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Yaroslav Chudnovsky Recognized as 2014 ASME Fellow

GTI’s Yaroslav Chudnovsky Recognized as 2014 ASME Fellow

12/03/14 Des Plaines, IL

Yaroslav Chudnovsky, PhD and Institute Engineer at Gas Technology Institute (GTI), has been recognized for his outstanding engineering achievements by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). With almost 20 years of active practice and membership in ASME—a not-for-profit professional organization that enables collaboration, knowledge sharing and skill development across all engineering disciplines—he was nominated for this honor by his peers.Yaroslav Chudnovsky institute engineering in the Energy Delivery and Utilization sector

Dr. Chudnovsky has made significant contributions to the mechanical engineering profession as a technical leader and applied researcher. He has distinguished himself by leading innovative research programs based on the needs of emerging industrial markets. Most of his work has involved successful collaboration with a wide spectrum of industrial and academic partners.

As a member of both Heat Transfer and Process Industries Divisions, he has served on several technical and executive ASME committees. He is currently an editor for the Heat Exchanger Design Handbook, International Journal of Energy for a Clean Environment, and Journal of Enhanced Heat Transfer.

As a senior staff member at GTI, Dr. Chudnovsky has over 30 years of experience in engineering, design, laboratory/field evaluation and deployment of advanced energy exchange and combustion systems and technologies, as well as project/program management experience. Throughout his career, he has conducted basic and applied research and development of advanced, low-emission, high efficiency, and high heat transfer systems and technologies for industrial applications.

GTI is making significant contributions to the strong market position of natural gas in the industrial sector, developing a portfolio of industrial technologies that include waste-heat recovery as an integral part of energy savings. Current projects address the process heating needs of steel, paper, plastics, metal finishing, aluminum, glass, food processing, heat treating, petroleum, forging and cement industries.

About Gas Technology Institute (GTI)
GTI is a leading research, development and training organization that has been addressing global energy and environmental challenges by developing technology-based solutions for consumers, industry, and government for more than 70 years.

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