Joseph Bednarz, E.I.T.

Staff Engineer I
Years of Experience:
Education & Licenses:

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering, 2018, The University of Akron, Akron, OH
Engineer-in-Training (E.I.T.), State of Ohio

Areas of Specialization:

Fitness-for-Service Evaluations in Accordance with API 579-1/ASME FFS-1
ASME Code Compliance Calculations for Pressure Vessels & Piping
Finite Element Stress Analysis


Mr. Bednarz joined E2G | The Equity Engineering Group, Inc. in 2018 as a mechanical engineer and currently works as a software developer.  As an engineering consultant, his work included performing re-rate calculations, finite element analyses with mapped damage, piping flexibility analysis, and transient piping pressure surge analysis.  As a developer of the SagePlus™ software, Mr. Bednarz’s responsibilities include implementation and validation of the software’s Codes and Standards analysis capability.

Mr. Bednarz first worked with E2G in 2016 as a software development intern, where his duties included developing detailed calculation reporting outputs for PlantManager™.  Later that year, he returned to work as a corrosion engineering intern, where his duties included developing software tools for HTHA and creep assessments as well as assisting with a fleetwide HTHA risk assessment.  Mr. Bednarz previously worked for Nordson.


  1. Osage, D.A., Janelle J.L., Bednarz, J., Kowalski, P., Mekker, J.G., Orosz, K.T., Sutton, N.G., “Compendium of Temperature-Dependent Physical Properties for Pressure Vessels, Piping and Tankage Materials,” WRC Bulletin 503, The Welding Research Council, New York, NY, 2019.
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