Mark R. Fleming, P.E.
Since joining DEI in the fall of 1990, Mark Fleming has worked in areas which include finite element analysis, industry support on corrosion issues (e.g., Alloy 600 PWSCC and reactor vessel head wastage), database design consulting, evaluation of SG visual and NDE data, plant-outage support, and laboratory research in vibrations and acoustics.
In addition to his
technical work, Mr. Fleming
manages DEI's nuclear safety-related and laboratory quality assurance programs, and also supports the development of specialized quality programs to meet unique customer requirements.
Prior to joining DEI, Mr. Fleming completed his B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mechanical Engineering at Virginia Tech in 1988 and 1990, respectively.
graduate research focused on experimental verification of closed-form solutions for structural responses to piezo-induced harmonic excitation.
graduate work and an extension of it were awarded the 1994 Adaptive Structures and Material Systems Best Paper Award by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
He also worked in the area of manufacturing process/design improvement as an undergraduate intern in the Emissions Control Products group at General Motors.
Mr. Fleming is a registered Professional Engineer in the Commonwealth of Virginia.