Engineer II

Years of Experience: 2

Education & Licenses:

  • Bachelor of Science, Chemical Engineering, 2018, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN

Areas of Specialization:

  • Systemization and Circuitization per API 570/574
  • Tube Rupture Credibility Analyses
  • Pressure Relief Device Calculations
  • Unfired Heat Exchanger Practices
  • Fired Heaters
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Piping Database

Overview:

Mr. Klemme joined E2G | The Equity Engineering Group, Inc. in 2018 in the Process Technologies Team and now belongs to the Applied Research & Development Team.  His work with E2G includes projects spanning Risk-Based Inspection (RBI), corrosion analysis, mechanical integrity, and webtool development.  He has developed systems and circuits for RBI analysis in complex systems.  Additionally, Mr. Klemme has worked to develop a model for hydrogen diffusion in wet H2S environment for implementation in a webtool for hydrogen bake-out methodology.  Further, he has developed a Fired Heater Audit Tool.

Mr. Klemme is a member of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and has attended API Refining and Equipment Standards meetings in the Subcommittee on Heat Transfer Equipment.  He has internship experience in both manufacturing and laboratory settings.  His projects at Swagelok Company related to upgrading manufacturing equipment and machining processes, as well as documentation of the processes.  At Sherwin-Williams, he formulated and tested material properties of thermoplastic for road applications.