Mr. Tomski is a Staff Researcher for the Applied Research & Development Team at E2G. Prior to E2G, he was a Graduate Research Student at The University of Texas at Austin applying machine learning algorithms in aid of exploration geophysics and petroleum engineering-related problems. Mr. Tomski also worked a summer internship as an Earth Scientist doing a Data Science project for Chevron within the Mid-Continent Busines Unit (MCBU).
Damage Mechanisms in the Chemical and Petrochemical Industry
This course provides an overview of the primary damage mechanisms (DMs) applicable to fixed equipment in the chemical and petrochemical industry and included in API RP 571. The course associates some of these DMs with major process units at chemical and petrochemical facilities, highlighting where these DMs are usually observed. For other DMs, the course presents the process environments or equipment in which the DMs manifest themselves.