Anthony J. Feller

Staff Engineer II
Years of Experience:
7
Education & Licenses:

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, 2014, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH
Vibration Analyst: ISO Category III in compliance with ISO 18436-2
Vibration Analyst I: ANST Level 2A as stipulated in SNT-TC-1A

Areas of Specialization:

Fitness-For-Service Evaluations in Accordance with API 579-1/ASME FFS-1
ASME Code Calculations for Pressure Vessels & Piping
Advance Stress Analysis Including Nonlinear Finite Element Techniques
Vibration Data Collection on Piping, Structure, and Machinery
Specification of Bulks Solids Handling Equipment

Overview:

Mr. Feller is a member of the Mechanical & Structural Engineering Team at E2G.  As a member of this team, he performs FFS assessments in accordance with API 579, including Level 3 assessments involving advanced FEA techniques.  He also performs piping flexibility analysis and ASME Pressure Vessel Code calculations to determine compliance of fixed equipment assets in accordance with ASME codes.

Mr. Feller also supports the Engineering Practices Team by supporting the development of the Engineering Best Practices for bulk solids handling equipment.  The practices specify assets such as feeders, conveyors, and silos.

Publications:

  1. Gassama E., Bifano, M., Feller, A., Spring, D., “Updating the Master S-N Curve to Account for Run-Out Data: Application to Piping Vibrations,” Procedia Structural Integrity, Volume 19, 2019.
  2. Bifano, M.F.P., Breaux, L., Feller, A., Brodzinski, R., “New Fatigue Screening Criteria for the Fitness-For-Service Assessment of In-Service Process Piping Vibrations,” PVP2018-84847, Proceedings of the ASME 2018 Pressure Vessels and Piping Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, July 15-20, 2018.
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