Wilde Analysis Expands its Technical Safety Team

Wilde Analysis Expands its Technical Safety Team

January 16th, 2017

With growing demand for our Technical Safety and Reliability services, Wilde Analysis is delighted to welcome Ali Salimi as Associate.

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Dr Ali Salimi brings to Wilde more than 26 years’ work experience in developing, managing and delivering safety case projects and programs, supporting regulatory licensing and certification requirements.

 

He has worked in many roles as systems dynamic modelling and simulation engineer, systems safety and reliability (RAMS) assurance engineer, project engineer and manager within highly-regulated, safety and mission-critical sectors such as nuclear and non-nuclear energy, power and process, aerospace, onshore and offshore oil and gas production development projects.

In his most recent roles, he has accomplished the objectives of several Reliability, Availability & Maintainability (RAM) modelling and simulation studies, reliability prediction and improvement concerning on-shore gas processing plants and off-shore subsea gas production development projects.

In addition, he has developed guidelines and streamlined client corporate RAMS studies policies, processes, practices and procedures. He has worked on projects for International Oil Companies (BP, BG, BH, Sasol) and International Oil & Gas Consultants (ABB, Genesis, Intecsea, APSYS) where he was responsible for conducting RAM, RCA and safety studies for several on-shore and off-shore projects.

Dr Ali Salimi first started his career as a systems modelling and simulation engineer in 1989 with ABB-CE Impel Corporation, UK office. He was involved for a couple of years in this capacity on Sizewell-B (the UK’s first PWR nuclear power reactor) full scope operator training simulator project, a joint venture between ABB-CE Impel and Marconi Industrial Simulation Systems in the early 1990s.

For more information about our Technical Safety and Reliability services, please contact us.

 

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