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Pejman Malekinejad

Adress: 2nd Floor, No. 42, Golbahar 2, Shahrak Golha, Ghaffari Street, Birjand, Khorasan Jonoobi, Iran.
Cell Phone: +989386282405
Email: pejmanmalekinejad2@gmail.com






Desire a Challenging Position as Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer in the Construction and Maintenance of Oil, Gas and Petrochemical Industries.


A highly talented and result-oriented technical inspection/corrosion engineer with a great deal of experience (over 10 years) in the offshore and onshore technical inspection/corrosion engineering. Worked as technical inspection/corrosion engineer in the construction projects of oil, gas and petrochemical industries, CNG high pressure cylinders and steel structures industries. Worked as technical inspection/corrosion engineer in the maintenance of facilities in oil, gas, petrochemical and petroleum drilling industries.

Summary of Qualifications

• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of the main, the governing, the most complete, the most important and in many areas the only references of ALL AWS (AMERICAN WELDING SOCIETY) PUBLICATIONS which are categorized by AWS according to the subject as: AEROSPACE, ALUMINIUM, AUTOMOTIVE, BRAZING AND BRAZE WELDING, BRIDGES, CARBON STEEL, CAST IRON, CERTIFICATION, CHARTS, COMPUTERIZATION, CORROSION RESISTANCE, CUTTING, DESIGN, EDUCATION AND TRAINING, ELECTRODS, ELECTROGAS AND ELECTROSLAG WELDING, ELECTRON BEAM WELDING, FILLER METALS AND FLUXES, FLUX CORED ARC WELDING, FLUXES, FOOD PROCESSING SYSTEMS, FRICTION WELDING, GAS METAL ARC WELDING, GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING, GOUGING, HEALTH, INSPECTION, LASER BEAM WELDING, MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT, MANAGEMENT AND ECONOMICS, MARINE, METALLURGY, NICKEL, OXYFUEL WELDING AND CUTTING, PIPING AND TUBING, PLASTICS, QUALIFICATION: PROCEDURES AND PERSONNEL, RADIOGRAPHY, RAILROADS, REFERENCE, RESISTANCE WELDING, ROBOTIC WELDING, HEALTH & SAFETY, SHEET METAL, SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING, SHIELDING GASES, SOLDERING, STAINLESS STEEL, STEEL, STRUCTURAL WELDING, STUD WELDING, SURFACING, SYMBOLS, TERMINOLOGY, TESTING, THERMAL SPRAYING, THERMITE WELDING, TITANIUM, UNDERWATER WELDING, WELDING CURTAINS AND SCREENS, ZINC COATING, ZIRCONIUM. I have and read all these AWS publications.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of the main, the governing, the most complete, the most important and in many areas the only reference in WELDING as AWS WELDING HANDBOOKS: Volume 1 (WELDING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY), Volume 2 (WELDING PROCESSES, PART 1), Volume 3 (WELDING PROCESSES, PART 2), and Volume 4 (MATERIALS AND APPLICATIONS, PART 1), (Ninth Edition). I have and read these handbooks. They include : JOINING, CUTTING, AND ALLIED PROCESSES, PHYSICS OF WELDING AND CUTTING, HEAT FLOW IN WELDING, WELDING METALLURGY, DESIGN FOR WELDING, TEST METHODS FOR EVALUATING WELDED JOINTS, RESIDUAL STRESS AND DISTORTION, SYMBOLS FOR JOINING AND INSPECTION, WELDMENT TOOLING AND POSITIONING, MONITORING AND CONTROL OF WELDING AND JOINING PROCESSES, MECHANIZED, AUTOMATED, AND ROBOTIC WELDING, ECONOMICS OF WELDING AND CUTTING, WELD QUALITY, WELDING INSPECTION AND NONDESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION, QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION, CODES AND OTHER STANDARDS, SAFE PRACTICES, ARC POWER SOURCES, SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING, GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING, GAS METAL ARC WELDING, FLUX CORED ARC WELDING, SUBMERGED ARC WELDING, PLASMA ARC WELDING, ELECTROGAS WELDING, ARC STUD WELDING, ELECTROSLAG WELDING, OXYFUEL GAS WELDING, BRAZING, SOLDERING, OXYGEN CUTTING, ARC CUTTING AND GOUGING, RESISTANCE SPOT AND SEAM WELDING, PROJECTION WELDING, FLASH AND UPSET WELDING, RESISTANCE WELDING EQUIPMENT, HIGH-FREQUENCY WELDING, FRICTION WELDING, FRICTION STIR WELDING, ULTRASONIC WELDING, EXPLOSION WELDING, ADHESIVE BONDING, THERMAL SPRAYING AND COLD SPRAYING, DIFFUSION WELDING AND DIFFUSION BRAZING, ELECTRON BEAM WELDING, LASER BEAM WELDING, CUTTING AND ASSOCIATED PROCESSES, OTHER WELDING AND CUTTING PROCESSES, CARBON AND LOW-ALLOY STEELS, HIGH-ALLOY STEELS, COATED STEELS, TOOL AND DIE STEELS, STAINLESS AND HEAT-RESISTANT STEELS, CLAD AND DISSIMILAR METALS, SURFACING MATERIALS, CAST IRONS, MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR WELDING, UNDERWATER WELDING AND CUTTING.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of WELDING INSPECTION AND NONDESTRUCTIVE
EXAMINATION according to Chapter 14 of AWS WELDING HANDBOOK: Volume 1 (Ninth Edition) which includes: PERSONNEL QUALIFICATIONS, PHYSICAL, SOCIAL, AND INTELLECTUAL ABILITIES, JOB RESPONSIBILITIES, THE INSPECTION PLAN, SAMPLING METHODS (Partial Sampling, Specified Partial Sampling, Random Partial Sampling, Progressive Examination, Statistical Sampling), Selection of a Plan, NONDESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION (VISUAL EXAMINATION (Applications and Limitations, Required Equipment, Inspection Activities and Procedures (Prewelding Inspection, Inspection during Welding, Postweld Inspection), RADIOGRAPHIC EXAMINATION (Radiographer Qualifications, Procedures, Selecting a Source of Radiation, Test Object, Recording and Viewing Methods, Exposure Techniques, Ensuring Radiographic Image Quality, Film Processing, Interpreting the Radiograph., Identification of Weld Discontinuities( Slag and Tungsten Inclusions, Porosity., Cracks, Incomplete Fusion., Incomplete Joint Penetration, Undercut, Root Underfill.), Safe Practices in Radiographic Examination (Radiation Monitoring, Access Control), Advantages and Limitations ), ULTRASONIC EXAMINATION (Applications), Theory, Wave Forms, Wave Frequencies, Operator Qualifications, Equipment, Procedures, Coupling, Calibration, Evaluation of Weld Discontinuities, Reporting Process, Advantages and Limitations), MAGNETIC PARTICLE EXAMINATION (Applications, Limitations, Orientation of the Magnetic Field, Circular Magnetization, Longitudinal Magnetization, Localized Magnetization, Examination Procedures (Magnetizing Current, Selection of Inspection Media and Method, Sequence of Operation, Recording Results, Demagnetization) Relevant Discontinuity Indications (Surface Cracks, Subsurface Cracks, Incomplete Fusion, Slag Inclusions and Porosity, Incomplete Joint Penetration, Laminations, Seams, Undercut), Nonrelevant Indications (Surface Finish, Magnetic Characteristics, Banding, Residual Magnetism, Cold Working), LIQUID PENETRANT EXAMINATION (Applications, Required Equipment and Materials (Penetrants, Emulsifiers), Procedures (Precleaning., Drying After Cleaning, Penetrant Application, Removal of Excess Penetrant, Drying of Workpieces, Developing Indications, Examination., Postcleaning, Interpretation of Indications)), ELECTROMAGNETIC EXAMINATION (Theory and Procedures, Calibration and Quality Standards, Eddy Current Examination (Theory and Procedures, Advantages and Limitations), ACOUSTIC EMISSION TESTING (Applications, Procedure (Position of Acoustic Sources, Monitoring During Continuous Welding, Monitoring During Proof Testing), Recording of Results, Advantages and Limitations), PROOF TESTING, Load Testing, Hydrostatic Testing, Pneumatic Testing, Spin Testing, Leak Testing, Vacuum Box Testing, Mechanical Stress Relief, Hardness Testing (Brinell Hardness Test, Rockwell Hardness Test, Vickers Hardness Test)). METALLOGRAPHIC EXAMINATION METHODS (Macroscopic Examination, Microscopic Examination), INSPECTION OF BRAZED AND SOLDERED JOINTS).
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of the main, the governing, the most complete, the most important and in many areas the only references of AMERICAN STANDARDS from AWS, ASME, API, NACE, AWWA, NFPA, ASTM, TEMA, SSPC (SPC), ABS, AAR, AASHTO, AISC, AREA, NBBPVI UBPVLS, FED, PFI, SAE, UL, MSS SP, ASNT and …. (I have and read these standards and am familiar with the websites of these American professional and scientific organizations and their publications). These standards and codes are for different products as: Base metals, Bridges, Buildings, Construction equipment, Cranes, Hoists, Elavators, Escalators, Fillermetals, Food and drug equipments, Machine tools, Military equipment, Power-geberation equipment, Piping, Presses, Pressure vessels and boilers, Railway equipment, Sheet metal fabrication, Ships, Storage tanks, Structures-general and Vehicles. Chapter 16 of AWS WELDING HANDBOOK: Volume 1 (Ninth Edition) is CODES AND OTHER STANDARDS which gives a thorough undersanding of the different codes and standards.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of the main, the governing, the most complete, the most important and in many areas the only references of ASNT NDT HANDBOOKS (VOLUMES 1 TO 10). I have and read these Handbooks.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of the main, the governing, the most complete, the most important and in many areas the only references of ASM HANDBOOKS (VOLUMES 1 TO 23). I have and read these Handbooks.
• Eccellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of AWS WELDING INSPECTION HANDBOOK (FOURTH EDITION, 2015), AWS WELDING INSPECTION TECHNOLOGY TEXTBOOK and WORKBOOK (FIFTH EDITION, 2008), NACE CORROSION ENGINEER’S REFERENCE BOOK (THIRD EDITION) and PEABODY’S CONTROL OF PIPELINE CORROSION (SECOND EDITION). I have and read all these books and many other books in the fields of welding and corrosion.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of WELDING PROCESSES according to AWS WELDING HANDBOOK, VOLUME 1, NINTH EDITION, CHAPTER 1: SURVEY OF JOINING, CUTTING, AND ALLIED PROCESSES as Arc Welding, Resistance Welding, Flash Welding, Solid-State Welding, Oxyfuel Gas Welding ….
• Over 10 years of technical inspection/corrosion engineering experience in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries.
• Thorough training, education, experience and knowledge of technical inspection/corrosion engineering fundamentals.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of FILLER METALS according to AWS USER'S GUIDE TO FILLER METALS (SECOND EDITION, 2010) which contains information on the many different types of filler materials available to industry and welding considerations and intended applications for the various materials as: GENERAL INFORMATION, CARBON AND LOW ALLOY STEELS, STAINLESS STEEL, ALLUMINIUM AND ALLUMINIUM ALLOY, COPPER AND COPPER ALLOY, NICKEL AND NICKEL ALLOY, CAST IRON, TITANIUM AND TITANIUM ALLOY, MAGNEZIUM AND MAGNESIUM ALLOY, ZIRCINIUM AND ZIRCONIUM ALLOYS, SURFACING, BRAZING AND BRAZE WELDING, TUNGSTEN ELECTRODES. Other references for filler metals are AWS A5.02 (SPECIFICATION FOR FILLER METAL STANDARD SIZES, PACKAGING, AND PHYSICAL ATTRIBUTES, 1ST EDITION, 2007), AWS A5.1, AWS A5.2, AWS A5.3, AWS A5.4, AWS A5.5, AWS A5.6, AWS A5.7, AWS A5.8, AWS A5.9, AWS A5.10, AWS A5.11, AWS A5.12, AWS A5.13, AWS A5.14, AWS A 5.15, AWS A5.16, AWS A 5.17, AWS A 5.18, AWS A5.19, AWS A5.20, AWS A5.21, AWS A5.22, AWS A5.23, AWS A5.24, AWS A5.25, AWS A5.26, AWS A5.27, AWS A5.28, AWS A5.29, AWS A5.30.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of AWS A3.0 (STANDARD WELDING TERMS AND DEFINITIONS- Including Terms for Adhesive Bonding, Brazing, Soldering, Thermal Cutting, and Thermal Spraying, 2010) and AWS A2.4 (STANDARD SYMBOLS FOR WELDING, BRAZING, AND NONESTRUCTIVE EAMINATION, 2012).
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of AWS WELDING METALLURGY (CARBON AND ALLOY STEELS) Volume I Fundamentals, FOURTH EDITION. It includes: Background to Welding Metallurgy, The Structure so Metals, The Properties of Metals, Effects of Alloying Elements, Types of Steel and Their Manufacture, Welding Methods and Processes, Temperature Changes in Welding, Fluxes. Slags. and Gases for Shielding, Simple Welds in Iron and Steel. Another refrence for welding metallurgy is AWS PRGWM (THE PRACTICAL REFERENCE GUIDE TO WELDING METALLURGY-KEY CONCEPTS FOR WELDABILITY). I have and read these books.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of AWS D10.12 (GUIDE FOR WELDING MILD STEEL PIPE, 2000), AWS D10.4 (RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR WELDING AUSTENITIC CHROMIUM-NICKEL STAINLESS STEEL PIPING, 2000), AWS D10.11 (GUIDE FOR ROOT PASS WELDING OF PIPE WITHOUT BACKING, 2007), AWS D10.18 (GUIDE FOR WELDING FERRITIC/AUSTENITIC DUPLEX STAINLESS STEEL PIPING AND TUBING, 2008), AWS D10.8 (RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR WELDING OF CHROMIUM-MOLYBDENUM STEEL PIPING AND TUBING,1996), API 1104 (WELDING OF PIPELINES AND RELATED FACILITIES), ASME B31.4 (PIPELINE TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS FOR LIQUID HYDROCARBONS AND OTHER LIQUIDS), ASME B31.3 (PROCESS PIPING), ASME B31.8 (GAS TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION PIPING SYSTEMS), API 650 (WELDED STEEL TANKS FOR OIL STORAGE), API 653 (TANK INSPECTION, REPAIR, ALTERATION, AND RECONSTRUCTION), API 510 (PRESSURE VESSEL INSPECTION CODE: MAINTENANCE INSPECTION, RATING, REPAIR, AND ALTERATION), API 570 (PIPING INSPECTION CODE: INSPECTION REPAIR, ALTERATION, AND RERATING OF IN-SERVICE PIPING SYSTEMS), ASME SECTION VIII (RULES FOR CONSTRUCTION OF PRESSURE VESSELS), ASME SECTION IX (WELDING AND BRAZING QUALIFICATIONS), ASME SECTION II (MATERIALS), ASME SECTION V (NONDESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION), NACE RP 0169 (CONTROL OF EXTERNAL CORROSION ON UNDERGROUND OR SUBMERGED METALLIC PIPING SYSTEMS), API 579 (FITNESS FOR SERVICE), API RP 580 (RISK BASED INSPECTION), API 5L (SPECIFICATION FOR LINE PIPE), API 6D (PIPELINE VALVES), API 6A (SPECIFICATION FOR WELLHEAD AND CHRISTMAS TREE EQUIPMENT), API RP 571 (DAMAGE MECHANISMS AFFECTING FIXED EQUIPMENT IN THE REFINING INDUSTRY), NACE MR 0175 (SULFIDE STRESS CRACKING RESISTANT METALLIC MATERIALS FOR OILFIELD EQUIPMENT), ASME B16.5 (PIPE FLANGES AND FLANGED FITTINGS: NPS 1/2 THROUGH NPS 24), ASME B16.9 (FACTORY MADE WROUGHT BUTTWELDING FITTINGS), AWS D1.1 (STRUCTURAL WELDING CODE-STEEL), API RP 2201 (PROCEDURES FOR WELDING OR HOT TAPPING ON EQUIPMENT IN SERVICE), API 598 (VALVE INSPECTION AND TESTING), AWS GTW (GUIDE TO WELDABILITY: CARBON AND LOW-ALLOY STEELS) …
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of WELDING QUALIFICATION, CERTIFICATION AND INSPECTION according to AWS WELDING INSPECTION HANDBOOK (FOURTH EDITION, 2015), AWS WELDING INSPECTION TECHNOLOGY TEXTBOOK and WORKBOOK (FIFTH EDITION, 2008), THE EVERYDAY POCKET HANDBOOK FOR VISUAL INSPECTION AND WELD DISCONTINUITIES—CAUSES AND REMEDIES, THE EVERYDAY POCKET HANDBOOK FOR VISUAL INSPECTION OF AWS D1.1 STRUCTURAL WELDING CODE'S FABRICATION AND WELDING REQUIREMENT which include: WPS (Welding Procedure Specifiction) and PQR (Procedure Qualification Record), Welders Qualification, Welding Symbols, Nondestructive, Examination Symbols, Master Chart of Welding, Allied Processes, and Thermal Cutting, Requirements for the Welding Inspector (Inspector Classifications, Attributes of the Welding Inspector, Technical Abiiity, Interpretation of Drawings and Specifications, Inspection Experience, Knowledge of Welding, Knowledge of Examination Methods, Ethicai, Integrity, Responsibility to the Public, Public Statements, Conflict of Interest, Solicitation of Employment, Professional Attitude, Learning Potential, Completing and Maintaining Inspection Records, Certification of Qualification), Welding Inspection Operations (Review of Drawings, Specifications, and Manufacturing Instructions, Review of the Manufacturer’s Approved Quality Assurance/ Quality Control Program, Verification of Welding Procedure and Personnel Qualifications, Verification of Approved Procedures for Qualifying Welding and Inspection Personnel, Selection and Examination of Production Test Samples, Evaluation of Test Results, Preparation of Test Reports and Maintenance of Records, Observance and Monitoring of Recommended Safety, Guidelines), Inspection Safety Considerations (Visual Testing (VT), Liquid Penetrant Testhg (PT), Mametic Particle Teshg (MT), Radiographic Testing (RT), Electromagnetic Testing (ET), Ultrasonic Testing (UT) and Acoustic Emission Testing (AET), Electrical Hazard, General Safety Information), Quality Assurance (Quality Assurance Program), Ferrous Welding Metallurgy (Carbon Steel, Low-Alloy Steels, Delayed Cracking, Prevention, Austenitic Stainless Steel, Lamellar Tearing, Other Metallurgical Considerations), Preheating and Postweld Heat Treating (Preheating, Postweld Heat Treating (PWHT)), Weld and Weld Related Discontinuities (Procedure/Process, Metallurgical, BaseMetal), Qualification of Welding Procedure Specifications (Prequalified and Standard Welding Procedure Specifications (WPSs), Qualification of Welding Procedure Specifications), Qualification of Welders and Welding Operators (Performance Qualification Requirements, The Test Specimen, Testing of Qualification Welds, Qualification Records, Standardization of Tests, Relation of Qualification Tests to Welder or Welding Operator Training), Essential Variables, Nonessential Variables, Supplementary Essential Variables, Computerization of Welding Inspection and Quality (Control Data), Destructive Testing of Welds (Chemical Tests, Metallographic Tests, Mechanicd Tests, Tests of Welded Joints), Proof Tests (Nondestructive Examination, Hardness Test), Nondestructive Examination Methods (Inspection by Visual Examination, Visual Examination Practice, Inspection By Radiographic Examination, Ultrasonic Examination of Welds and Weld Related, Magnetic-Particle Examination, Penetrant Examination, Eddy Current (Electromagnetic) Examination, Acoustic Emission Examination, Leak Examhation, Ferrite Content Examination, Nondestructive Examination Procedures, Qualification of Nondestructive Examination Personnel (Level I, Level II, Level III), Codes and Other Standards, Materiais and ….
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of CHAPTERT 15Rof AWS WELDING HANDBOOK: Volume 1 (Ninth Edition), QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION which gives a thorough understanding of WPS, PQR, Welders Qualification and other certifications and qualifications. Another reference for qualification is AWS B2.1 (SPECIFICATION FOR WELDING PROCEDURE AND PERFORMANCE QUALIFICATION, 6TH EDITION, 2014). It includes: Procedure Qualification (standard welding procedure specification, welding procedures qualified by employer, evaluation of test weldments, qualification thickness limitations, special test weldment acceptance criteria, pipe and plate groove test weldments and acceptance criteria, fillet test weldments and acceptance criteria, cladding test weldments and acceptance criteria, cladding test weldment and acceptance criteria, hardfacing test weldment and acceptance criteria, stud weld and acceptance criteria, test weldments less than 1/16 in [1.5 mm] acceptance criteria. Welding procedure specification data, procedure qualification variables.) and Performance Qualification (qualification by standard test, qualification by workmanship test, test weldments, examination procedures and acceptance criteria, performance qualification variables.). I know, read and have AWS Standard Welding Procedure Specifications (SWPSs) according to AWS B2.1-1-001, AWS B2.1-1-002, AWS B2.1-1-003, AWS B2.1-1-004, AWS B2.1-8-005, AWS B2.1-1/8-006, AWS B2.1-1-007, AWS B2.1-1-008, AWS B2.1-8-009, AWS B2.1-1/8-010, AWS B2.1-1-011, AWS B2.1-1-012, AWS B2.1-8-013, AWS B2.1-1/8-014, AWS B2.1-22-015, AWS B2.1-1-016, AWS B2.1-1-017, AWS B2.1-1-018, AWS B2.1-1-019, AWS B2.1-1-020, AWS B2.1-1-021, AWS B2.1-1-022, AWS B2.1-8-023, AWS B2.1-8-024, AWS B2.1-8-025, AWS B2.1-1-026, AWS B2.1-1-027, AWS B2.1-1-201, AWS B2.1-1-202, AWS B2.1-1-203, AWS B2.1-1-204, AWS B2.1-1-205, AWS B2.1-1-206, AWS B2.1-1-207, AWS B2.1-1-208, AWS B2.1-1-209, AWS B2.1-1-210, AWS B2.1-1-211, AWS B2.1-8-212, AWS B2.1-8-213, AWS B2.1-8-214, AWS B2.1-8-215, AWS B2.1-8-216, AWS B2.1-4-217, AWS B2.1-4-218, AWS B2.1-4-219, AWS B2.1-4-220, AWS B2.1-4-221, AWS B2.1-5A-222, AWS B2.1-5A-223, AWS B2.1-5A-224, AWS B2.1-5A-225, AWS B2.1-5A-226, AWS B2.1-1/8-227, AWS B2.1-1/8-228, AWS B2.1-1/8-229, AWS B2.1-1/8-230, AWS B2.1-1/8-231, AWS B2.1-1-232, AWS B2.1-1-233, AWS B2.1-1-234, AWS B2.1-1-235.
• In general, I have and read these AWS publications and the AWS publication catalogue which introduces all AWS publications including handbooks, standards and ….
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of WELDING DESIGN according to: AWS DPW (DESIGN AND PLANNING MANUAL FOR COST-EFFECTIVE WELDING) and AWS FWSH (DESIGN HANDBOOK FOR CALCULATING FILLET WELD SIZES).
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of WELDING MANAGEMENT according to AWS TWM (TOTAL WELDING MANAGEMENT) and AWS TIH-H (THE INDUSTRIAL HOBARTS).
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of PREHEAT and POST WELD HEAT TREATMENT (PWHT) according to AWS D10.10 (RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR LOCAL HEATING OF WELDS IN PIPING AND TUBING, 3RD EDITION, 2009). This recommended practice describes several methods of applying controlled heat to weld joints and a limited volume of base metal adjacent to the joints, as opposed to heating the complete weldment in a furnace or oven.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of WELDING INSPECTION according to AWS CMWI (AWS CERTIFICATION MANUAL FOR WELDING INSPECTORS, FORTH EDITION) which includes: (The Welding Inspector, Welding Inspector Responsibilities, Safety, Standards Including Codes and Specifications, Weld Geometry and Welding Terminology, Weldimg and Nondestructive Examination Symbols, Weldability, Welding Metallurgy, and Welding Chemistry, Destructive Testing, Welding Procedure and Welder Qualification, Welding, Brazing, and Cutting Processes, Weld and Base Metal Discontinuities, Nondestructive Examination (NDE) Processes, Inspection Reports.), AWS QC1 (SPECIFICATION FOR AWS CERTIFICATION OF WELDING INSPECTORS, 2016), AWS B5.1 (SPECIFICATION FOR THE QUALIFICATION OF WELDING INSPECTORS, 2013) and CERTIFIED WELDING INSPECTOR (CWI) PART B PRACTICAL EXAMINATION BOOK OF SPECIFICATIONS (2016). I have and read these publications.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of SAFETY IN WELDING, CUTTING, AND ALLIED PROCESSES according to ANSI Z49.1 and AWS EFFECTS OF WELDING ON HEALTH: EWH-I, EWH-II, EWH-III, EWH-IV, EWH-V, EWH-VI, EWH-VII, EWH-VIII, EWH-IX, EWH-X, EWH-XI, EWH-XII, EWH-XIII, EWH-XIV.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of JEFFERSON’S WELDING ENCYCLOPEDIA by AWS (18TH EDITION). I have and read this handbook.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of AWS PASS (THE PROFESSIONAL’S ADVISOR ON WELDING OF STAINLESS STEELS) and AWS WELDING STAINLESS STEEL—QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. I have and read these books.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of WELD DISCONTINUITIES like porosity, crack, slag inclusion, lack of fusion, lack of penetration, overlap, high-low, shrinkage groove, root concavity, undercut, …
• Extensive onshore, seashore and offshore oil, gas and petrochemical industries technical inspection/corrosion engineering training, education, experience and knowledge.
• Excellent training, education, experience and knowledge of communication skills-written, verbal and presentation skills.
• Unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge for compliance and applying appropriate standards for the case of inspection/corrosion.
• Excellent training, education, experience and knowledge for interpersonal skills.
• Excellent training, education, experience and knowledge for skills in computer (Internet, Microsoft Office, Adobe Photoshop, AutoCAD, PVELITE, PDMS, TANK, HYSIS, CAESAR II, Ansys …).
• Remarkable training, education, experience and knowledge of English language in all skills (I have the IELTS certificate).
• Strong training, education, experience and knowledge background in economic analysis.
• Extensive training, education, experience and knowledge in petroleum drilling industries technical inspection/corrosion engineering and familiar with all phases of the fabrication activities that apply to their product line, including a working knowledge of applicable codes, specifications, and laws governing the quality of specific components.
• Extensive training, education, experience and knowledge in CNG high pressure cylinders industries technical inspection/corrosion engineering and familiar with all phases of the fabrication activities that apply to their product line, including a working knowledge of applicable codes, specifications, and laws governing the quality of specific components.
• Extensive training, education, experience and knowledge in steel structures industries technical inspection/corrosion engineering and familiar with all phases of the fabrication activities that apply to their product line, including a working knowledge of applicable codes, specifications, and laws governing the quality of specific components.
• Extensive training, education, experience and knowledge in the construction technical inspection/corrosion engineering of projects in oil, gas and petrochemical industries and familiar with all phases of the fabrication activities that apply to their product line, including a working knowledge of applicable codes, specifications, and laws governing the quality of specific components.
• Extensive training, education, experience and knowledge in the maintenance technical inspection/corrosion engineering of facilities in oil, gas and petrochemical industries and familiar with all phases of the fabrication activities that apply to their product line, including a working knowledge of applicable codes, specifications, and laws governing the quality of specific components.
• Solid training, education, experience and knowledge in the technical inspection/corrosion engineering of different welding processes.
• Extensive training, education, experience and knowledge in the corrosion/technical inspection engineering for maintenance and construction in oil, gas and petrochemical industries and familiar with all phases of the fabrication activities that apply to their product line, including a working knowledge of applicable codes, specifications, and laws governing the quality of specific components.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of RADIOGRAPHIC TEST INTERPRETATION according to AWS QC15 (SPECIFICATION FOR THE CERTIFICATION OF RADIOGRAPHIC INTERPRETERS) and AWS B5.15 (SPECIFICATION FOR THE CERTIFICATION OF RADIOGRAPHIC INTERPRETERS). I have and read these publications.
• Excellent training, education, experience and knowledge for WELDING INSPECTION, VISUAL TESTING AND OTHER NDT METHODS OF WELDS according to AWS B1.11 (GUIDE FOR THE VISUAL EXAMINATION OF WELDS, 2015, THIRD EDITION) which includes: an introduction to visual examination of welding. These examinations fall into 3 categories based on the time they performed, as follows: (1) prior to welding, (2) during welding, and (3) after welding. An extensive treatment is provided on weld surface conditions, including reference to frequently used terminologies associated with preferred and non preferred conditions. Visual examination may be performed by different people or organizations. Other references in this subject are ASNT-SNT-TC-1A (PERSONNEL QUALIFICATION AND CERTIFICATION IN NONDESTRUCTIVE TESTING, 2016) and AWS B1.10 (GUIDE FOR THE NON DESTRUCTIVE EXAMINATION OF WELDS). This standard provides a reference guide for the kinds of nondestructive examination methods that are used to verify that welds meet the requirements of a code or specification. The nondestructive examination methods described are: (1) Visual (VT), (2) Liquid Penetrant (PT), (3) Magnetic Particle (MT), (4) Radiographic (RT), (5) Ultrasonic (UT), (6) Electromagnetic (Eddy Current) (ET), (7) Leak (LT). The types of discontinuities detected with each method and their causes are discussed. Acceptance criteria are not addressed in this standard. Requirements for nondestructive examination and acceptance criteria should be specified in procurement documents prior to the award of contracts. Principal factors to consider when choosing an examination method are the advantages and limitations of the method, anticipated type and size of discontinuity, acceptance standards, and cost. Annex A is a guide to process selection. Another reference is AWS B4.0 (STANDARD METHODS FOR MECHANICAL TESTING OF WELDS, 8TH EDITION, 2016). It includes Tension Tests, Shear Tests, Bend Tests, Fracture and Notch Toughness Tests, Hardness Tests, Break Tests (Nick and Fillet Weld), Weldability Testing and Process Specific Tests. I have and read these publications.
• Extensive training, education, experience and knowledge in ASNT levels of NDT.
• Extensive training, education, experience and knowledge in materials, welding, steel structures, piping, cranes and lifting equipments, coating, painting and hot and cold insulation, mechanical and corrosion technical inspection engineering.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of pipeline integrity management, pipeline risk management, fittness for service, high tech examination methods (magnetic flux leakage and ultrasonic intelligent pig, TOFD and phased array ultrasonic), properties and selection of materials: irons, steels, and high performance alloys, properties and selection: non ferrous alloys and special-purpose materials, material selection, alloy phase diagrams, heat treating, surface engineering, welding, brazing and soldering, powder metal technologies and applications, mechanical testing and evaluation, materials characterization, failure analysis and prevention, fractography, corrosion, corrosion fundamentals, corrosion testing and protection, forming and forging, casting, machining processes, nondestructive evaluation (visual testing, radiographic testing, ultrasonic testing for welds, ultrasonic testing for materials, acoustic emission testing of metallic vessels during pressure testing, continuous acoustic emission monitoring, leak testing, liquid penetrant testing, magnetic particle testing, eddy current testing of tubular products, electromagnetic testing), X-Ray diffraction testing (XRD), X-Ray fluorescent testing (XRF), EDX, SEM (scanning electron microscope), AFM (atomic force microscope), TEM (transmission electron microscope), potentiostat, friction, lubrication and wear technology, fatigue and fracture, materials selection and design, composites and risk based inspection.
• Extensive training, education, experience and knowledge in the design, installation, operation and maintenance of cathodic protection systems for pipelines, storage tanks, well casings …
• Extensive training, education, experience and knowledge in application and inspection of different types of coatings and linings. Familiar with different types of coating failures like adhesion failure, chalking, crocodilizing and …
• Extensive training, education, experience and knowledge in the application of different types of corrosion inhibitors.
• Solid training, education, experience and knowledge in the technical inspection/corrosion engineering of earth pressure balance tunnel boring machine and associated equipments.
• Strong educational and international research and work background.
• Worked with well-known international companies like SGS, SAI, and TUVNORD...
• Excessive training, education, experience and knowledge in the occupational and public safety and in the occupational and public health.
• Excessive training, education, experience and knowledge in the environmental engineering.
• Excessive training, education, experience and knowledge in professional social networks of Linkedin, Facebook, AWS Welding Forum, Engineering Tips Forums, Researchgate, …
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of CIPS (Close Interval Potential Survey) and DCVG (Direct Current Voltage Gradient).
• Familiar with different types of materials degredations and corrosions like SCC, HIC, hydrogen blistering, general corrosion, pitting, crevice corrosion, galvanic corrosion, hydrogen embrittlement, fatigue, high temperature corrosion, CUI, mechanical damages like dents, …
• Eccellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of CATHODIC PROTECTION according to the main, the governing, the most complete, the most important and in many areas the only references of NACE CP 1 (CATHODIC PROTECTION TESTER), NACE CP 2 (CATHODIC PROTECTION TECHNICIAN), NACE CP 3 (CATHODIC PROTECTION TECHNOLOGIST) and NACE CP 4 (CATHODIC PROTECTION SPECIALIST) Course Manuals. I have and read these Course Manuals. They include: the basics of electricity, electrical laws, electrochemistry, corrosion, and CP theory, how polarity is related to current flow and metal corrosion activity, tests to identify shorts and continuity tests in CP systems, test instruments to perform a variety of field tests such as structure-to-soil potentials, voltage and current measurements, soil resistivity, pipe/cable locating, and rectifier readings, CP components including impressed current systems, galvanic anodes, and test stations, shunts and recognize their use in rectifiers, bonds, and anodes, periodic surveys to confirm the effectiveness of a CP system, the use, maintenance and precautions for reference cells, basic location mapping, report preparation, and recordkeeping, safety issues specific to CP, code requirements related to CP, advanced field tests (including current requirement test, shorted casing test, IR drop test, soil resistivity, and interference tests) and evaluate the results, tests to verify the presence of stray current interference and recommend method(s) to mitigate the interference, the importance of periodic surveys, including IR-Free readings, polarization decay tests, and current measurements, documentation and records, including data plotting and analysis, AC voltage and the methods of mitigation, Test and troubleshoot rectifier component parts, the purpose and uses of corrosion coupon test stations, the code requirements related to CP, activation, concentration, and resistance polarization, and the mathematical expressions of these concepts, the factors that affect polarization (area, temperature, relative movement, ion concentration, oxygen concentration), NACE criteria for CP and make necessary adjustments, errors in data collection/CP measurements including contact resistance errors, voltage drop errors, and reference electrode errors where the technologist is employed, ideal current distribution for a CP system taking into account the factors affecting current distribution, advanced cathodic protection testing using correct measurement techniques to monitor CP system performance, accurately interpret the data collected to ensure optimum CP system performance and determine the correction action to the system if necessary, interference tests to determine if interference exists, and identify the source of the interference and implement a method of control to mitigate the effects of stray current, Design and install simplistic forms of galvanic and impressed current cathodic protection facilities and preform the necessary mathematical calculations, Design complete CP systems in a variety of industry applications including water tanks, aboveground and underground storage tanks, and pipelines, knowledge of rectifier and ground bed installation, along with source code calculations and protective coatings Perform corrosion analysis on the job site, field tests, new technologies to existing CP programs, formal training to understudies on basic and advanced CP concepts, codes, regulations, reporting procedures, and standard practices.
• Excellent, thorough and unquestionable training, education, experience and knowledge of COATING INSPECTION according to the main, the governing, the most complete, the most important and in many areas the only references of NACE CIP LEVEL 1 and NACE CIP LEVEL 2 Student Manuals. I have and read these Student Manuals. They include: corrosion fundamentals such as properties of a coating, coating classification and modes of protection, coating types and curing mechanisms, coating specifications including service environments and coating life cycle, surface preparation equipment, methods, and standards for abrasive blasting, solvent cleaning, and power and manual tool cleaning, coating application by type, including brush, roller, mitt, and conventional and airless spray, inspection procedures, role of the inspector –as it applies to safety, ethics, conflict prevention, and decision making, est for environmental or ambient conditions and nonvisible contaminants, non-destructive test instruments such as wet-film and dry-film thickness gauges and low and high voltage holiday detectors, Measure surface profile using replica tape and anvil micrometers, surface profile comparators, and digital surface profile gauges, Identify quality control issues, recognizing design and fabrication defects and coating failure modes, Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and product technical data sheets, Demonstrate the purpose and content of Logbook and report documentation, advanced corrosion theory as it applies to the role of cathodic protection when used with coatings, types of environmental controls, and inspection concerns associated with the use of digital electronic hygrometers, data loggers and wind speed monitors, standards, methods of use, and inspection concerns for centrifugal blast cleaning and water-jetting equipment, the importance of surface preparation, application, and inspection of liquid-applied and thick barrier linings, destructive coating inspection equipment, such as adhesion and hardness testers, pH meters and ultrasonic thickness and eddy-current dry film thickness gauges, the methods of use, standards and inspection concerns for specialized application equipment including plural-component, electrostatic and centrifugal, and hot spray systems, concrete coating techniques, concerns and test instruments used for inspection, specialized coating techniques and application of non-liquid coatings including powdered coatings, spray metalizing, hot-dip galvanizing and automated coatings application, different coating survey techniques, procedures and common coating failure modes, maintenance coating operations, as well as health and safety concerns in relations to the inspector’s work conditions.

Professional Experience

National Iranian Drilling Company, Fath Rig No. 57, Iran. 2003-2005
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of the drilling rigs.

SGS, Khangiran, Iran. 2006-2008
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of gas fields (East Oil and Gas Production Company).

Simin Sokna Jonooni Company, Birjand, Iran. 2008
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of gas distribution systems.

S. A. I. Inspection Co, Tehran Metro East/West Tunnel, Iran. 2008
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of earth pressure balance tunnel boring machines and associated equipments (Sahel-Hara Company).

SGS, Naftshahr, Iran. 2008-2009
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of oil fields (Iranian Central Oil Fields Company).

S. A. I. Inspection Co, Ardabil, Iran. August-October 2009
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of steel structures (Arya Foolad Sabalan Company).

S. A. I. Inspection Co, Shahid Bahonar Oil Transportation Wharf, Bandar Abbas, Iran. October – November 2009
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of oil transportation wharves (Karan Darya Company).

S. A. I. Inspection Co, Chongqing City, China. November-December 2009
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of CNG high pressure cylinders (Yifeng Factory).

TUV NORD, Assaluyeh, Iran. 2010
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of petrochemical complexes (Pars Petrochemical Complex).

SGS, Persian Gulf, Iran. 2010
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of offshore gas platforms (Salman Offshore Gas Platform, Iranian Offshore Oil Company).

Falat Pejvak Inspection Company, Assaluyeh, Iran. 2010
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of petrochemical products transportation wharfes (Pars Petrochemical Transportation Company).

S. A. I. Inspection Co, Saveh, Iran. Summer 2011
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of pipes (Saveh Pipe and Mills Company).

S. A. I. Inspection Co, Dehloran, Iran. 2011
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of oil fields (Iranian Central Oil Fields Company).

TUV NORD, Assaluyeh, Iran. 2011-2013
Technical Inspection/Corrosion Engineer

• Technical inspection/corrosion engineer of gas refinery complexes (Gas Refinery Complex in South Pars Gas Company).




Education and Professional Certification

• Top Student by Standing on the First Ranking in National University Entrance Exam.
• Bachelor of Science in Health, Safety, Environmental and Technical Inspection Engineering from Ahwaz Faculty of Petroleum Engineering, Petroleum University of Technology, Ahwaz, Iran (2006).
• Master of Science in Materials Science and Engineering, Minor of Corrosion, Kerman Graduate University of Technology, Kerman, Iran, 2015.
• ASNT Level II in RTI-Radiographic Test Interpretation.
• ASNT Level II in VT-Visual Testing.
• Date of birth: 05/07/1983.

List of Publications


I. JOURNAL ARTICLES:

1. Pejman Malekinejad, “Effect of Localized Coating Damage on Stress Corrosion Cracking Resistance of API 5L Grade B Steel”, Advances in Materials, Open Access, Science Publishing Group (SPG), ISSN: 2327-2503 (Print); ISSN: 2327-252X (Online), Volume 6, Issue 4, 45-51, August 2017, DOI: 10.11648/j.am.20170604.13.
DOWNLOAD LINK: http://article.sciencepublishinggroup.com/pdf/10.11648.j.am.20170604.13.pdf
2. Pejman Malekinejad, “Criticism of the Current Science in the World”, Oil and Gas Research, Open Access, OMICS International, ISSN: 2472-0518, Volume 3, Issue 2, 100141, August 2017, DOI: 10.4172/2472-0518.1000141.
DOWNLOAD LINK (PDF): https://www.omicsonline.org/pdfdownload.php?download=open-access/criticism-of-the-current-science-in-the-world.pdf&aid=91807
JOURNAL WEBSITE (HTML): https://www.omicsonline.org/open-access/criticism-of-the-current-science-in-the-world.php?aid=91807
3. Ali Karambakhsh, Abdollah Afshar, Shahram Ghahramani, and Pejman Malekinejad, “Comparison of the Corrosion Resistance of Alkaline- and Acid-Anodized Titanium”, Materials Performance, NACE International, ISSN: 0094-1492, Volume 54, Number 1, 51 – 54, January 2015.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6394961/paper8.pdf
4. Ali Karambakhsh, Abdollah Afshar, and Pejman Malekinejad, “Corrosion Resistance and Color Properties of Anodized Ti-6Al-4V “, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, ASM International, ISSN: 1059-9495, Volume 21, Number 1, 121-127, January 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s11665-010-9791-1.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6394968/paper5.pdf
5. Ali Karambakhsh, Abdollah Afshar, Shahram Ghahramani, and Pejman Malekinejad, “Pure Commercial Titanium Color Anodizing and Corrosion Resistance”, Journal of Materials Engineering and Performance, ASM International, ISSN: 1059-9495, Volume 20, Number 9, 1690- 1696, December 2011, DOI: 10.1007/s11665-011-9860-0.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6394983/paper6.pdf

II. CONFERENCE ARTICLES:

6. Pejman Malekinejad, and Mojtaba Khorashadizadeh, "Studying the Performance of API 5CT-L80 Type 1 Steel in Tubings of Sour Gas Wells using HYSIS Software", NACE 13th Middle East Corrosion Conference & Exhibition, Manama, Bahrain, 2010.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6395016/paper2.pdf
7. Mansour Farzam, Pejman Malekinejad, and Mojtaba Khorashadizadeh,"Hydrogen Induced Cracking Analysis of a Pressure Vessel Made of SA 516 Grade 70 Steel by the Use of Phased Array Technology", 12th International Conference on Fracture, Ottawa, Canada, 2009.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6395068/paper1.pdf
8. Pejman Malekinejad, and Saeed Alavi, "Cathodic Protection of Oil and Gas Well Casings", 1st Iranian Drilling Industry Congress, Ahwaz, Iran. 2008.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6395098/paper3.pdf
9. Pejman Malekinejad, Mohammad Alimi, Hossein Honarvar, and Javad Mostofi, “Introduction to Electromagnetic Inspection of Steel Wire Ropes", 1st International Conference on Technical Inspection and NDT, Tehran, Iran. 2007.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6395115/paper4.pdf
10. Pejman Malekinejad, “Steel Wire Rope Condition Monitoring by Non-Destructive Investigation and Evaluation While on Installation/in Service”, 4th Studental Petroleum Engineering Conference, Ahwaz, Iran. 2006.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6395130/paper7.pdf


III. BACHELOR OF SCIENCE THISES:

11. Pejman Malekinejad, “Steel Wire Rope Inspection and Condition Monitoring of the Drilling Rigs", B.Sc. Project, Ahwaz Faculty of Petroleum Engineering, Petroleum University of Technology, Ahwaz, Iran, 2006.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6395149/book.doc

IV. MASTER OF SCIENCE THISES:

12. Pejman Malekinejad, “Effect of Localized Coating Damage on Stress Corrosion Cracking Resistance of API 5L Grade B Steel”, Master of Science Thises, Kerman Graduate University of Technology, Kerman, Iran, 2015.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6395169/nmh.pdf

V. POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS:

13. Pejman Malekinejad, “Introduction to ASME”, East Oil and Gas Production Company, Iran. 2007.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6395171/introduction-to-asme31.pdf
14. Pejman Malekinejad, “Introduction to Pipeline Integrity Management”, SAI Company, Iran. 2009.
15. Pejman Malekinejad, “Introduction to Pipeline Risk Management”, SAI Company, Iran. 2009.
DOWNLOAD LINK: https://static.secure.website/wscfus/9883580/6395172/risk-management.ppt



Requested Salary

Negotiable.


Website

http://pejmanmalekinejad.webstarts.com/

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