ABOUT CRENGER OWNER
Victor Dvornikov, PhD, email@example.com
Full-Stack Programmer & Architect
Results-driven programmer and algorithms developer with extensive experience in OOD and math backgrounds.
Able to translate engineer's needs into coding - cost-effective, scalable and user-friendly solutions.
Leads Crenger from concept through the release process.
Languages/Programming: Java, J2EE, HTML, Servlet/JSP, HTML5/CSS3, JS, VUE, JQuery
Networking: TCP/IP, UDP, FTP
Databases: SQL, JDBC, Hibernate, Oracle XE, Derby, MySQL, MS Access, H2
Tools: Ant, JUnit, Maven
Servers: Oracle OC4J
Experience in C++ & OOD: e-certified (2000)
Strong Points & Accomplishments
- Java geek
- Wrote over 1,178,100 LOC
- Created cool math Curve Processor Pack
- Created sophisticated Visual Graph Pack
- Really good at J2EE network debugging
- Created alternative to Web Google Analytics
- Far above average in web graphics design
- First things first (Stephen Covey)
- Trifles make perfection, and perfection is no trifle (Michelangelo)
- A change is as good as a rest
- Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow (Anthony J. D'Angelo)
Vast experience and personal stock of PFDs and P&IDs (desalination and water treatment)
Process modeling, cost evaluation, control development, and commissioning experience.
Huge personal knowledge base of international standards, equipment specifications,
datasheets, engineering procedures, and rotating equipment.
Compiled requirements and supervised engineering and testing of brand-new pumps of 6 MW.
Engineered from scratch big shell-and-tube condenser for desalination plant.
Troubleshooted the gas turbine driven by solar energy by math modeling of its operation.
Developed novel start/stop sequences for the reverse osmosis plant having no analogs in the world practice.
Experience (2007 - 2015)
Desalination expert and chief rotating equipment specialist, IDE Technologies
Was responsible for the process development (P&ID, PFD), selection and sizing piping and valves,
specifications preparation, checking the materials and fluids compatibility, rotating equipment selection
for 7 desalination projects worth of $US1450 millions: Palmachim (2003), Hadera (2007),
Cape Preston (Australia, 2008), Vasilikos (Cyprus, 2010), Sorek (2011), Carlsbad (USA, 2013),
Jamnagar (2013, India).
For the last 3 years was responsible for rotating equipment QAC: QAC procedures preparation,
equipment manufacturing inspections, factory & site acceptance testing (FAT & SAT),
and documentation control.