Pipe stress analysis and design engineer with more than eight years of office and field experience in power plant projects (gas and steam turbines, boiler plants), process piping (blast furnace, direct reduction plants, slurry transportation, cryogenic piping, etc.) and oil & gas projects (refineries, oil fields). Developed competences in most important piping codes (including ASME B31.1, ASME B31.3, EN-13480, etc.), and acquired proficiency in all aspects of static and dynamic pipe stress analyses (seismic, PSV transients, water hammer, harmonic vibrations, high-frequency vibrations, etc.) including generating critical line list, preliminary route studies and equipment arrangements, building load cases to satisfy code requirements, support design and analysis and fatigue assessments. In-depth knowledge of piping layout design using 3D software.
In addition to pipe stress analysis and piping design, which is the primary field of expertise, during the work at the University of Belgrade (as PhD candidate), developed skills in pressure vessel analysis (ASME VIII-1, ASME VIII-2 and EN-13445), process equipment sizing, process design and optimization, heat and mass transfer calculations, fluid flow calculations (steady state and transient, including interaction with the stress analysis), CFD calculations, programming as well as advanced measurement and research techniques which has all proven extremely valuable in the practice. First author and co-author of several engineering and scientific research papers.


  • University of Belgrade PhD, Mechanical Engineering 2014 graduation