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mechanical engineer

Aleksander Wladyslaw Bachorski, Polish, Australian mechanical engineer. Achievements include development of shrinkage volume method (SVM) for the prediction of post-weld distortion. Recipient Award for best technical presentation Australian Space Research Institute, 1995.

Background

Bachorski, Aleksander Wladyslaw was born on October 16, 1973 in Swidnica, Dolny Slas, Poland. Came to Australia, 1981. Son of Chester and Janina (Zawilo) Bachorski.

Education

Bachelor of Engineering, University Adelaide, Australia, 1995. Graduate Diploma in Mat. Welding, University Adelaide, Australia, 1997.

Career

Design engineer Aztec Analysis Proprietary Ltd., Adelaide, 1995-1996. Director CBME Consultant Engineers, since 1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of shrinkage volume method (SVM) for the prediction of post-weld distortion.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

President Young Engineers South Australia Committee, Adelaide, 2000. Chairman Young Engineers Australia Committee, Canberra, 2000. Member American Society of Mechanical Engineers (associate), Institution of Engineers of Australia (congress delegate 2000-2001, R.W. Parsons Medal for public speaking 1997), American Welding Society.

Connections

father:
Chester Bachorski

mother:
Janina (Zawilo) Bachorski