STANLEY B. MALANOSKI
- Dynamic Analysis of Practical Rotor-Bearing Systems
- Squeeze-Film Damper Design, Analysis, and Application
- Development of Efficient Computer-Based Algorithms for Design and Analysis of Externally Pressurized and Self-Acting Fluid-Film Bearings and Bearing Systems Including Process Fluid (Gas and Liquid) Lubrication
- Lecturer in Rotordynamics and Fluid-Film Bearing Design
- Management of Engineering Personnel and Projects
MAJOR PROJECTS & ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Mechanical Technology Incorporated - Manager, Technical Services
Mechanical Technology Incorporated -
Supervisor, Engineering Analysis
- Supervised engineering personnel providing designs and analyses in mechanical engineering with particular emphasis in the disciplines of machine design, rotor-bearing dynamics and vibration, stress, heat transfer, gearing, bearings, and materials.
- Broad mechanical engineering experience in design, analysis, and project/personnel management with particular emphasis in the disciplines of machine design, shaft-bearing dynamics, bearing and seal design, vibration, stress, heat transfer, gearing, and materials.
- Performed numerous independent design reviews and troubleshooting projects for both government and commercial customers.
- Served as technical consultant to U.S. Army, Ft. Belvoir, to review design and failures on bearings, rotor, and rotor supports of Allison IGT-404 gas turbine engines.
- Managed project to reverse engineer critical parts of U.S. Navy steam turbine-driven feedwater pump, including disassembly, inspection, Level III drawing preparation, and parts fabrication with subsequent inspection.
- Managed task force to design and analyze modifications to existing Navy dynamometer and to design and analyze a new seismic-mass dynamometer for improved measurements of low-level unsteady forces from rotating and non-rotating components on 1/20 scale model.
- Contributed to Air Force program to design a prototype machine to automatically remove turbine blades from disks.
Mechanical Technology Incorporated -
Fluid Mechanics Engineer
- Provided engineering solutions to basic design or actual field application problems in the area of machinery dynamics while providing line supervision to a group of engineers providing technical support to MTI’s turbomachinery development.
- Served as technical consultant and review board panelist for failure, redesign, and dynamics analysis of a toluene-lubricated and cooled turbine alternator and pump system.
- Contributed to design and analysis of gas bearing and rotor-bearing components for helium circulators.
- Supervised and contributed to program with Rockwell International involving bearing design, rotordynamics, and nonlinear bearing and seismic analyses of a scale-model sodium pump for Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Reactor Program.
United States Army
- Performed basic and applied research in fluid-film bearing technology, rotordynamics, and vibration analysis.
Franklin Institute Laboratories - Research Engineer
- Corps of Engineers, First Lieutenant.
- Performed basic and applied research in fluid-film bearing technology.
CREDENTIALS AND ACADEMIC HONORS
- B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Drexel Institute of Technology
- Machine Design Handbook Award: Drexel Institute of Technology
- Distinguished Military Graduate: Drexel Institute of Technology
- Pi Tau Sigma
PATENTS AND PUBLICATIONS
- Two patents pending
- Author or coauthor of over forty technical society or trade journal publications, published both nationally
and internationally, and more than 200 MTI technical reports
- Author of chapter in Sawyer’s Gas Turbine Engineering Handbook on "Rotor-Bearing Dynamics," published by Turbomachinery International, 1985.
- Lecturer, MTI Machinery Vibration Seminar
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