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Design engineer

Mark Francis Andrew Warchol, American design engineer. Achievements include patents relating to the detection of soluable hydrogen in molten aluminum; development of automated ultrasonic inspection systems for flat rolled aerospace aluminum plate; co-development of first power line carrier communications system to integrate watt-hour meters, reverse vending machine to recycle aluminum cans, trademarked Telegas II instrument.

Background

Warchol, Mark Francis Andrew was born on April 11, 1954 in New Kensington, Pennsylvania, United States. Son of Frank and Patricia Marie (Snyder) Warchol.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering Technology, Pennsylvania State University, 1976; Master in Material Science, University of Virginia, 1990.

Career

Designer, Estey Organ Company, New Kensington, Pennsylvania, 1974; designer, Essex Group, Kittanning, Pennsylvania, 1976-1977; designer, Compuguard, Pittsburgh, 1977-1979; senior non-destructive evaluation engineer, Alcoa, Alcoa Center, Pennsylvania, since 1979. Member readers county Laser Focus World, Westford, Massachusetts, 1988-1989.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents relating to the detection of soluable hydrogen in molten aluminum. Development of automated ultrasonic inspection systems for flat rolled aerospace aluminum plate. Co-development of first power line carrier communications system to integrate watt-hour meters, reverse vending machine to recycle aluminum cans, trademarked Telegas II instrument.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author: Field Demonstrations of Communication Systems for Disturbed Automation, Volume 2, 1980.

Membership

Member American Society for Nondestructive Test (certified).

Connections

Married Stephanie Marie Synder, December 30, 1982. Children: Erin, Rachel.

father:
Frank Warchol

mother:
Patricia Marie (Snyder) Warchol

spouse:
Stephanie Marie Synder

children:
Erin Warchol

Rachel Warchol