Eduardo Hernandez, M.Sc., P.E. - Project X Corrosion Engineering
This presentation is geared towards geotechnical engineers and how they should collect soil samples, at what depths, the dangers of mixing zero to 10 ft soil samples, and what tests should be ordered to determine the corrosivity of a site.
Eduardo Hernandez, PE is the Principal Engineer at Project X Corrosion Engineering. He graduated from California State Polytechnic University of Pomona as a Mechanical Engineer and earned a Masters in Materials Science at Tampere University of Technology in Finland. He has worked as a 3D CAD designer, foundry intern, university researcher, land development and water resources design engineer at RBF Consulting, a corrosion engineer at Schiff Associates, and as a forensic engineer at Vollmer-Gray Engineering Labs. His experience has provided the opportunity to learn from many people's mistakes and to provide advice on avoiding and mitigating future mistakes and being thrown under the bus. Ed also served on the NACE LA Section board from 2006-2013 ending as Trustee. and is the current chairman of the Western States Corrosion Seminar.