Bobby Wright, P.E.: About the Author
Principal, Stress Engineering Services
Bobby Wright, P.E is 34 year mechanical engineering veteran with both refinery maintenance and consulting experience with Tosco, DNV, ERA Technology and the last 15 years at Stress Engineering Services, where he works in the Plant Services Practice. His background and experience includes familiarity with most plant engineering related applications and problems. He has a BSME from the University of Arkansas and is a licensed professional engineer in Texas.
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March/April 2014 Inspectioneering Journal
By Bobby Wright, P.E. at Stress Engineering Services, and Ralph E. King P.E. at Stress Engineering Services, Inc.
Recently, Inspectioneering Journal sat down with Stress Engineering’s Bobby Wright and Ralph King to discuss how companies can better transfer and preserve industry knowledge.
May/June 1997 Inspectioneering Journal
By John Brear at ERA Technology Ltd., John Williamson at ERA Technology Ltd., and Bobby Wright, P.E. at Stress Engineering Services
Reformer catalyst tubes are commonly manufactured from high strength, creep and corrosion resistant alloys. They are relatively thick walled and are usually produced by centrifugal casting. Their lives are limited by creep, driven by a combination of internal pressure and through-wall thermal stresses generated by operational transients. The typical composition for alloys for reforming service is 25/20 Cr/Ni with the generic reference HK40.