Bill Boggia

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Bill Boggia

Locality: Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Summary: I graduated in 1989 with an honours Degree in Mechanical Engineering. 1990 to 1997 I was Senior design engineer for Sheffield Forgemasters carrying out design and finite element analysis (FEA) of offshore structural castings (jacket, topside & sub-sea applications) and establishing in house FEA capability becoming a fully chartered Engineer in 1995. Moved to Schlumberger rps for 3 months in 1997 working as a reliability engineer carrying out tests and evaluation of petrol pumps. This was followed by 5 years working for Lloyds Register of Shipping in Aberdeen where I carried out both linear & non-linear FEA for the assessment of offshore structures / ships and related equipment. In 2001 I set up my own consultancy business http://www.lupus-engineering.com providing structural engineering and naval architecture services for offshore, marine, & renewable energy industries.
Past: Consultant at SeaRoc Group Ltd. Structural Specialist at Lloyds Register of Shipping
Education:  The University of Sheffield Structural Engineering & Metallurgy (1990-1991) 
 University of Plymouth Mechanical / Offshore Engineering (1985-1989) 

Industry: Renewables & Environment
Skills: Structural Engineering, Naval Architecture, Advanced non linear finite element analysis (FEA), stability assessment, ship motion loads, Marine and Offshore Engineering, Planning Lift and Installation Engineering. Expert witness. Please do not consider me for roles in oil and gas (unless its decommissioning work), 'defense', nor nuclear
Experience: Lupus Engineering Services Ltd (Renewables & Environment industry): Principal Structural Engineer / Naval Architect,  (October 2001-Present) I'm a free lance consultant specialising in marine renewable energy applications, marine engineering, and the use of advanced finite element analysis tools. I am a fully chartered engineer with 20 years experience in offshore engineeri...
Interests: offshore wind, wave energy, tidal energy, design, installation, maintenance, advanced finite element analysis, naval architecture
Interests: consulting offers, new ventures, expertise requests, reference requests, getting back in touch
Groups: B'Eng, C'Eng, MIMechE

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