I debuted my career at the age of 20 at the Ministry of Machinery Industry in Beijing, China. Afterwards I have also served a number of leading multinationals in the power industry such as Siemens, Alstom and Deutsche Babcock (bankrupt in 2003?). I was also qualified as quality assurance engineer and lead auditor for the nuclear power plan. My career brought my multilingual skills and industry expertise to people of many races and nations and I was considered at that time period one of the brightest persons of my circles.
I’ve provided consulting, design and thermophysical services to multinational and Chinese corporations, organizations and institutions in the solar, renewable and conventional power and other industries since 2000.
I’ve involved in a number of key national projects, joined business networks of the multinational companies in China and helped boost the technology exchange and upgrading of the Chinese industries of various fields with different positions at different functions between 1983 -2000. Details see below.
1997 - 1999 Power Industry, Global Procurement Manager or Purchasing Manager, Deutsche Babcock China (Beijing, China)
Handled an US 160 million purchasing project
My secondary role was the technical design and modifications to preset utilities boiler design and participation in the thermal and fluiddynamic tests and experiments to new models under development onsite.
Special attention was given to burner and fluidized bed boiler aerodynamics where multi-phase flow and turbulent flow mechanics were intensively explored.
1996 - 1997 Power Industry, Senior Electrical Engineer and Marketing Manager, ALSTOM East China (Shanghai, China)
Explored marketing with values of over US$ 13 billion
Technology support, marketing and coordinating of sales in the Southeastern China area for
with a market value of over US$ 13 billion.
1994 - 1996 Project Engineer at TÜV Rheinland (Shanghai, China)
Quality Assurance Certification for exporters and major manufactures in China, e.g.
A pioneer in the ISO 9000 certification industry for TÜV Rheinland China and a pioneer in this industry as well. Opened the door of success for the German certification body by acquiring the Volkswagen contract.
1993 - 1994 Period of Chaos
During this period I have changed my jobs fairly frequently duo to my unstable situations:
1992 - 1993 Opto-electronics Industry, Quality Dept Manager, Siemens Heimann Optoelectronics (Shenzhen, China)
Manager of the Quality Department of the then Siemens subsidiary, a leader in the production of flash lights, opto-sensitive cells for cameras and radioactive detectors for customs offices and aeroplanes.
My other assignment:
1990 - 1992 Nuclear Power Industry, Quality Assurance Engineer, GNPJVC (EDF+Framatome+Bechtel+Alstom+CPL+CNNIC) ( Shenzhen, China)
Reported a major failure of generator stator moisture problem
Special attention was paid to the installation, test and commissioning
Found a major defect of the generator in the installation and maintenance process.
Evaluated and conducted onsite tests, experiments of thermodynamic systems and features of various systems, equipment, and components (steam turbines, condensers, separators, heaters, pumps and other fluid machineries) and during the construction, installation, start up and commissioning of the nuclear and conventional islands.
GNPJVC (Guangdong Nuclear Power Joint Venture Company) was a joint venture between EDF, Bechtel, China Light & Power and China National Nuclear Power Corp., with consultancy provided by GEC Alstom (now ALstom), Framatome (now AREVA) and others.
1989 - 1990 Power Industry, Design Engineer, Guangdong Electric Power Design Institute (Guangzhou, China)
Designed the main workshop of the first 300MW power plant at Shajiao Phase II with CAD technology.
As the first engineer in this institute to design the main workshop of the 2x300MW power plants in Guangdong province with CAD software in VAX.
Performed CFD simulation of various ducts, flows, rotary machines and condensers, as well as thermodynamic simulation of the entire plant for estimation of thermal efficiency and power optimization.
Took a parttime job at Lo’s Trade (U.S.A) Co, Guangzhou Representative Office as a businessman.
1983 - 1986 Power Industry, Assist Engineer, China General Electric Company and China National Electric Equipment Company under the Ministry of Machinery of China (Beijing, China)
Coordination for power plant equipment technology licensing (from Westinghouse, ABB, KWU etc) nationwide, particularly the turbines and boiler technologies with indepth researches of technologies according to thermal sciences.
Took part in the coordination for national power equipment manufacturing technology, and negotiation with ABB, Westinghouse, EBASCO etc.
Trained at Shanghai Turbine Works, Shanghai Boiler Works and Shanghai Power Generation Equipment Research Institute for two years. Familiarized with manufacturing technologies of steam turbines, boilers and the thermodynamic system of large power plants.
Acquired full knowledge and experiences with the Chinese central government system;
Proposed reform plan to the Minister, not just for the Ministry of Machinery but for the overall Chinese government system as well, which were step by step realized over the next 20 years or so.
Attended major planning and coordination meetings with the Minister every month (The Monthly Minister Meeting).
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