Wolfgang Blach

Wolfgang Blach, Eng., Ph.D.

Specialist in:
Process Equipement
Pressure Vessels
Heat Exchangers
Stress Analysis

Wolfgang Blach, engineer, is a recognized specialist in process equipment.  He is an expert in the application of the following codes:
ASME BPV code, section VIII, divisions 1 & 2,
ASME BPV code, section I and section IV,
API-650,  API-620,  AWWA D100,
TEMA standards

His activities include design, calculations, and approval of pressure vessels as well as atmospheric tanks & reservoirs, thermal calculations, and the design of heat exchangers.  In this context, he resorts to traditional stress analysis calculations, as well as finite element calculations, and supervises the production of drawings.

Wolfgang Blach also has twenty-some years of experience in related fields, such as mechanical design, stress analysis, industrial automation and process control, as well as in development projects, several of which were related to the pulp & paper industry.

With a strong interest in the applications underlying theory, he also spent a few years in the academic field, as professor in mechanical engineering.

Wolfgang blach has a strong multidisciplinary technical education, with a bachelor in mechanical engineering from Concordia University in Montreal in 1977, followed by a master in engineering, including studies in lightweight structures, from the Swiss federal polytechnical institute, in Zurich in 1980.

After several years of professional practice, he then got a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, in applied mechanics and stress analysis, from the Technical school of the University of Montreal in 1989.

He is a member of the Order of Engineers of Quebec, as well as of  Professional Engineers of Ontario.

 

Wolfgang Blach, Eng., Ph.D.

Specialist in:
Process Equipement
Pressure Vessels
Heat Exchangers
Stress Analysis

Wolfgang Blach, engineer, is a recognized specialist in process equipment.  He is an expert in the application of the following codes:
ASME BPV code, section VIII, divisions 1 & 2,
ASME BPV code, section I and section IV,
API-650,  API-620,  AWWA D100,
TEMA standards

His activities include design, calculations, and approval of pressure vessels as well as atmospheric tanks & reservoirs, thermal calculations, and the design of heat exchangers.  In this context, he resorts to traditional stress analysis calculations, as well as finite element calculations, and supervises the production of drawings.

Wolfgang Blach also has twenty-some years of experience in related fields, such as mechanical design, stress analysis, industrial automation and process control, as well as in development projects, several of which were related to the pulp & paper industry.

With a strong interest in the applications underlying theory, he also spent a few years in the academic field, as professor in mechanical engineering.

Wolfgang blach has a strong multidisciplinary technical education, with a bachelor in mechanical engineering from Concordia University in Montreal in 1977, followed by a master in engineering, including studies in lightweight structures, from the Swiss federal polytechnical institute, in Zurich in 1980.

After several years of professional practice, he then got a Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, in applied mechanics and stress analysis, from the Technical school of the University of Montreal in 1989.

He is a member of the Order of Engineers of Quebec, as well as of  Professional Engineers of Ontario.

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Eco Expo Asia 2015

Press Release, 22 Oct 2015

DDI Heat Exchangers Inc., and Energy Recovery Solution

are proud to announce:

DDI will be heading to Hong Kong to participate as an exhibitor and participant in the Environment and Green Building Trade Mission to Eco Expo Asia 2015.

DDI will also join the trade delegation of Mr. Denis Coderre, the Mayor of the City of Montreal mission to Shanghai China.

http://www.hktdc.com/fair/web/search/exhibitor_search.htm?bookmark=true&advanced=false&code=ecoexpoasia&language=en&query=ddi

A brief (2 pages) file is on our web, with a quick summary of the Benefits and ways that the DDI very wide gap Heat Exchangers can Recover Energy in 3 different applications.  In 1-Building’s Grey Water, 2- City Sewage, 3- WWTP.

http://ddi-heatexchangers.com/technical-summary/

Some of the References for the Sewage project are at bottom of the page.

http://ddi-heatexchangers.com/city-sewage-energy/

Regards Erwin Schwartz / B. Eng. / Management. President DDI-Heat Exchangers Inc Tel: 514-696-7961

Cell: 514-531-3794 Fax: 514-696-8344 Email:   WebPages:

www.ddiheatexchangers.com     

www.energyrecoverysolution.com

 

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