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Bergey

Bergey

One of the engineers who developed the BWC Excel turbine, Ken Craig worked with BWC from 1980 to 1985. He has a Ph.D in Organic Chemistry from the University of Delaware and a Masters of Mechanical Engineering degree from the University of Oklahoma. From 1972 to 1979, Ken served as Professor of Chemistry at Edinboro State University in Pennsylvania.In 1977 he co-founded Indiana Analytical Laboratories, a company that provided chemistry and engineering services for the coal industry. The company grew to 34 employees by 1980, when he left to pursue an engineering career at BWC. In 1986 he returned to teaching as a member of the Mechanical Engineering Department at Norwich University , in Vermont, where he served as Department Head from 1991 to 1996.His areas of expertise in engineering are Fluid Mechanics, Manufacturing, and Computer and Instrumentation Systems. He is the only engineering faculty member who has earned the highest teaching honor awarded by Norwich University. Ken used a sabbatical leave to work with BWC in 1993-94, and returned to full time status with the company in 1997. He is a registered Professional Engineer.

 

 

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