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Before I begin a quick but important clarification: Im not your lawyer/migration agent and theses
answers/advices doesnt establish a lawyer(migration agent) - client relationship. Im giving a
generic answers/advices to a generic question to educate the users of this site. The information
below is general in nature and should not be understood as a substitute for personal migration
agent advice. The following list of documents required (certified copies) when you apply for
Engineers Australia Qualification Assessment:
1. Passport bio data pages
2. National ID card (if have any)
3. Qualification Certificate
4. Transcripts
5. Registration Certificate from Professional body from your own country (if have any)
6. Experience Letter from line manager of your present company
7. Experience Letter/ Employment Letter from your past company, those experiences you
documented in your Competency Demonstration Report (CDR).
8. Competency Demonstration Report (CDR) with 3 Career Episodes (CE).
9. IELTS Test Report (should be sent directly from test centre)
10. Payment Receipt (Money Order/ Demand Draft/ Credit Card Payment info)

Once you submit your CDR along with the documents mentioned above then your will certainly
get your positive outcome within the standard timeframe set by the Institution of Engineers
Australia. I have summarised those document list from my own assessment process along with
some of my friends whom I helped and also who got the positive outcome as well. So you can use
this list as a document Check List guide.
Good luck!
Kristen

CAREER EPISODE 3
Introduction:
Introduction:
1. This episode describes a position that I currently occupy. After completion of 4
years course in B.Sc. in Mechanical Engineering in 1996 I have been working for
VooDoo People International Ltd. (Australia) in its representative office in
Khabarovsk, Russia, since May 1997. I currently hold a position of a Senior Sales
Engineer. Together with two sales Engineers (both professional Mechanical
Engineers) reporting directly to me I perform slurry-pumping systems design for
mining and mineral processing enterprises.
Background
Background:
ground:
2. My overall job purpose as a Senior Sales Engineer is to run, control and develop
Representative Office activity. I am responsible in the first instance to the
Regional Manager for Russian Far East and Mongolia and ultimately reporting to
the Marketing Manager of the Company. Companys mission is to provide the
customers with technical expertise and solutions supported with superior service
in the area of pumping systems. The above required to insure that VooDoo People
International Ltd. (VDPIL) is recognised amongst our clients as the only
International Company, which can provide to its Customers the Service they can
rely on. And of course we also look forward for the further expands in the local
market. Our mission is To be a preferable pump supplier for mining enterprises
in Russia.
3. As a Senior Sales Engineer I am responsible for pumping systems design of
mining and mineral processing enterprises. These enterprises are either new
ones under construction or those being rebuilt. They are situated in the eastern
part of Russia. Our office responsible for territory called Russian Far East and
Eastern Siberia. It includes Irkutsk and Chita areas, Republics of Sakha and
Buryatia, Amur and Sakhalin Oblasts, Khabarovsk and Primorsky Territories,
Magadan, Chucotka and Kamchatka Regions. Total territory served by our office is
equal to 7,776,600 square kilometres (the territory of Australia is 7,687,000sq
km). Mines development has increased substantially in the past years in the
region thanks to good price for gold and other minerals and low cost of mining.
4. I prepare calculations and equipment selection based on technical data provided
by the client and produce final results in the form of quotation. I also check the
completed quotations made by my subordinates, make necessary corrections,
remarks and review on equipment selection, and coordinate the material
selection aspects. I regularly communicate with the engineers of other specialities
who take part in the overall design of a facility. I analyse mistakes and
inaccuracies made in the quotations. I also investigate their causes. After

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completion of every quotation I conduct a session of critical analysis of the


present work with all the group members. I point out the most interesting
solutions that we can apply in other applications later on.

5. According to the customers requirements, all the work has to be done on a


computer, so the good command of PC-user skills is essential for me. Computer
skills are necessary not only to check-up the work done by my subordinates, but
also, to carry out the work fast and with high quality. That is why I completed the
following courses: "MS Office Applications for Microsoft Windows" and Electronic
Tools of Communication. I have good skills in "MS Excel" as well. I have
developed a number of spreadsheets for routine pumping engineering
calculations. On everyday base I also use software designed specifically for
VooDoo People engineers, which includes pump selection programs, programs
for calculating slurry characteristics and pipeline details, etc.
6. Regularly (once a month) I have a so-called library day" when I attend the
technical department of the public State Scientific and Research Library or the
library at the institute I graduated from. Thus I constantly have an opportunity to
become familiar with new special technical literature in a field of Pumping and
Wear Resistance. Besides, I constantly enhance my English language skills in
order to be acquainted with the recent publications and get information about
new engineering achievements related to my work activity (from the foreign
publications and from the Internet).
7. When my group receives an order for design of slurry-pumping system of an
industrial enterprise, I study the data received from the site, make calculations
necessary for the correct engineering choice of the equipment and materials,
coordinate the taken decisions with the customer. I elaborate the design taking
into consideration the cost, the service life and the requirements for the operation
expenses. Then I prepare and submit to the client a set of technical
documentation.
8. I always have a schedule of my work, because I have to work with several projects
at the same time. In this situation my schedule helps to prepare calculations and
explanations for the engineers reporting to me in time. It helps to distribute orders
to engineers of other specialities, prepare all the necessary supporting
documentation and give the completed solution to a customer in time.

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Personal workplace activity:


activity:
9. My direct day to day duties are as follows:





Analysing data to carry out a solution, clarifying data with a customer by phone
and e-mail or travelling to a site to collect data if it is necessary.
Carrying out all the necessary calculations.
Selecting equipment and materials and preparing specifications.
Elaborating a final solution and fulfilling an explanatory note with
supplementary equipment characteristics, pump performance curves, and
components diagrams and outline dimensions drawings.

10. Now I shall describe every part of my work in detail. Firstly I analyse data carefully.
It allows me to define the following:
Matches or disparities in the data of the designed enterprise. To clarify
initial data it is enough sometimes simply to call to site, but in other
times it requires me to visit the site myself.
The necessity to fit pumps with power units (i.e. electric motors or
diesel engines).
The necessity to fit pumps with electronic variable speed drives.
The necessity to install additional knife-gate slurry valves on the intake
and discharge pipelines.
11. The next stage of my work is to carry out all the necessary calculations as follows:
Calculations of the friction losses in the pipelines, slurry velocities and
settling velocities using Cave and Durand formulas.
Calculations of the optimum diameter for intake and discharge
pipelines.
Calculations of the total dynamic head (by slurry and by water), head
ratio, and efficiency ratio.
Calculation of the absorbed power based on selected appropriate
pump configuration and pump efficiency at the duty point.
Estimation of required gland water sealing flow and pressure for
different types of pumps and installations.
12. According to my calculations I choose appropriate equipment and materials. For
my selection I take into consideration the characteristics of both solids and slurry,
presence of chemical reagents in a slurry, and slurry pH. As we normally select
and supply pumps for highly abrasive applications, I also take into account the
location of the site being aware to include into the quotation necessary volume of
spare parts. I also compare costs of equipment supplied by sub-contractors. I

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select the most convenient method of transportation of the equipment (ocean


freight, airfreight, rail and track delivery).
13. After selecting the equipment I estimate the pricing of each unit and a total
package cost. Then I put all the selected equipment into the database on a
computer, where I point out the equipment grade, its weight, its manufacturer, the
equipment cost, and other details. Afterwards such base makes it easier to select
the equipment or to make changes in the selection if the initial data has been
amended. Then I work out the explanatory note for my customer, in which I
describe all the taken decisions. There are drawings with principal specifications,
components diagrams, and outline dimensions, tables with predicted pumps
characteristics, pump performance curves. During the equipment selection
process I pay great attention to ensure the equipment selected will meet the
safety standards requirements according to the Russian legislation. I also take
care of environmental issues. All our decisions necessarily meet the
environmental standards.
14. When equipment is selected, I submit all supporting documents (an explanatory
note and drawings) to a customer for approval. If necessary, I employ the authors
supervision to carry out all the decisions, taken in the design.
15. I offer my customer different ways of environmental protection. I estimate which
equipment is to be reconstructed, and which is to be replaced by the new one. I
am aware about the pumps wearlife and quality, as sometimes, they have to
transfer dangerous and poisonous liquids like cyanides for example.
16. Fulfilling my duties I usually work with the teams of other specialists. Developing
the solution I work as a team member. I carry out all the primary project
development. Thanks to my professional activity I have achieved trust and respect
among my colleagues. I am known as an experienced specialist, always ready to
answer the questions, which are in my competence. I often consult with other
engineers in the fields outside of my competency. I cooperate with electrical
engineers, mining engineers, metallurgic specialists, and other professionals. I
give tasks to relative specialists for selecting appropriate motors and drives for
pumps. I also cooperate with environmental engineers to ensure safe exploitation
of equipment selected.
17. To be able to work with different technical environment, to communicate with the
different level authorities, and to follow quickly changing local law and
regulations, I devote quite a lot of time for my own competence development. As
any VooDoo People Intl employee, I take part in corporate Performance
Appraisal (PA) program. Every half a year I have a structured conversation with
my manager. These conversations observe my performance, motivation and
development. On the base of such review I set up my objectives for the next

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period and my individual development plan. PA Discussion is very useful tool for a
gap analysis on personnel and unit level (working under employees development
in my department I use the same tool). It helps to do a gap analysis, to initiate and
coordinate activities to reduce gaps, to follow-up process and results. To be ready
to cope with technical and management areas of my job, I start from organisation
of myself. To manage my time and processes in effective way, I participate in a
number of non-technical courses in Australian Institute of Management and other
training centres. Amongst them are there: Positive Negotiation Skills and Time
Power. To improve and develop my management abilities, I attend SelfPresentation skills and Strategic Planning training. A detailed description of the
courses and conferences, attended by me, can be found in Continuing
Professional Development part of my application.
18. Performing my duty, I ensure that a long-term, strategic business perspective is
always present in the project, and that the project and its outcome are aligned
with the company's business direction. I control flexibility of strategic business
decisions in projects and life-cycle perspective on the project outcome, and
ensure that: - the project is initiated and procured in a business-oriented manner;
- the benefits for the customer as well as for the company are considered; - scarce
resources are steered into the most desirable business direction.

Summary:
19. My routine work requires from me wide knowledge and skill in different areas. I
need engineering experience and knowledge to understand customers technical
requests, to design proper technical solution, to verify the solution against basic
requirements; to check plans, drawing and specifications conformity with existing
Russian regulations, lows and safety standards. My management experience and
skills give me possibility to work successfully in project organisation, covering
management and control of: - interfaces integration to the project's internal and
external participant; - the requirements of the project and what should be
included in the project; - the project performance and the quality of the project
outcome; - the project's lead-time and time-schedule; - project budget, including
costs for the use of resources and other expenditures, - leadership in projects and
management and control of the project organisation; - the information flow at all
levels of the project; - risks and opportunities of the project; - relations with
internal and external suppliers of resources and results of the project.

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CAREER EPISODE 2
Introduction:
Introduction:
1. In this narrative, I would like to describe the project I have worked on since August
1999 until April 2002. That time I was working in VooDoo People International
Ltd. (Australia), Khabarovsk Representative Office, on the position of Senior Sales
Engineer. The purpose of the project was to select and supply the package of
mineral processing equipment (pumps, hydraulic cyclones, knife-gate slurry
valves) for the Serebro Territorii company (the subsidiary of Polymetall holding,
St. Petersburg). The Head Quarter is located in Magadan city, Magadan Region,
Russian Far East.
Background:
Background:
2. Magadan Region is a large area in the Russian Far East (RFE) with very low
population density and very undeveloped infrastructure. In the first half of the
20th century, the huge amount of gold (both alluvial and hard-rock) and silver
deposits were found in this area. The former Soviet Union started slow region and
deposits development, mainly in alluvial gold mining sector.
3. At the end of the 20th century when the resources of alluvial deposits came to an
end, the miners started to show more interest to hard-rock deposits. Additionally,
after the default in August 1998, the mining became more profitable in Russia,
because the end product was priced in hard currency, while the costs of mining
(i.e. energy cost, wages, transportation costs, etc.) remained at the similar low
level in local currency.
4. Serebro Territorii owned the license for the development of one of the biggest
gold-silver deposits in the area. The estimated reserves were about 20 tonnes of
gold and more than 2000 tonnes of silver. In the year of 1996 there was
absolutely nothing on site except some earlier geologist foot-prints. When in the
early 1999 the final geological examination was approved and the reserves were
confirmed, the company owner Polymetall Holding made a decision to build a
brand new plant fitted with the superior equipment to mine the metals.
5. Due to the specific location and road conditions (the site is available in winter by
ice-road, and only 6x6 driven vehicles can be of use during the rest of the year)
the Customer vitally needs a long serving pumping and mineral processing
equipment. Those must guarantee the reliable performance, be easy to maintain,
and require as minimum inventory as possible.
6. I was responsible for technical data clarification, solution verification, material
specification, equipment selection, delivery control, implementation,

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documentation, certification and commissioning process. Also it was my duty to


monitor that the project goal is reached and that the customer's requirements are
fulfilled.

Personal Workplace Activity:


Activity:
7. I started working on project in August 1999 from collecting data on the pumps
duties. The main purpose of that activity was to pick up all possible Customers
requirements and needs and translating them to technical words and
specification. At that stage, I worked in a close cooperation with the technical
specialists of three different departments of the clients organisation:
technologists and designers of the mining company and purchasing department
of the parent - company. During a couple of weeks I had the meetings or phone
conferences with all the key people and got all the required information. I
structured information into the table with the following positions: Duty name,
Internal equipment No., Number of pumps required, Solids Characteristics, Slurry
Characteristics, Flowrate, Intake and Discharge Pipeline details, Presence of
Fittings, etc. This table, so called Pump Initial Data, was signed by both sides
and verified. It was one of the essential points for all further project process.
8. The collected data was used as a base for my calculations. In the short period of
time I made the calculations for 17 different pump applications. I calculated the
friction losses in the pipelines, slurry velocities and limited settling velocities (both
by Cave and Durand methods) and worked out proposals on the optimum pipeline
diameter for each position.

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9. I worked on the pump selection in close cooperation with the Customers


specialists and authorities repeatedly catching, analysing and verifying the
existing customers needs. The most challenging part of this job was that the
client planned to commission the mill at the 50% of its capacity, then increase
the mill through put up to design capacity. Client also wanted to be able to
increase the mill capacity in the future by another 20%. To ensure full
understanding of the above requirements I lead a set of the workshops with the
Customers authorities.
10. After I made the calculations of pipelines, I organised the results in the form of a
table with the following positions: Flowrate, Slurry Velocity, Settling Velocity,
Friction Losses, and Total Dynamic Head (by slurry and by water). All the above
information allowed me to start the process of pump selection.
11. I used my engineering background and knowledge in slurry pumping and material
application. During the calculation and pump selection process, I took into
account different client specific data or demands, such as ore (rock) hardness,
the concentration of solids in a slurry by weight, the presence of liquid
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hydrocarbons in a slurry, etc . As a result, the selected pumps were sometimes


fitted with the combination of materials (i.e. for example, the combination of
metal impeller with rubber lined volute and back liner and polyurethane
throatbush was selected for Ball Mill Discharge/Screen Feed Duty), which should
provide the better wearlife for current application.
12. One of the most interesting selections was the Thickener Underflow Pump. The
product to be pumped was quite heavy (Concentration of solids was equal to
60%), but at the same time the particles of solids were very fine (about 80% of 74
microns), and the Total Dynamic Head was relatively low. It was obvious for me
from the Head/Flow chart that 2 pump types were suitable for this application.
One was a Standard AH-type pump of A series, and the other one was GP-range
pump, a reasonably new product with slightly better performance for low to
medium duties.
13. From the point of view of the performance GP-type pump suited the position
better. The efficiency was 2% higher, it absorbed less power, and finally the pump,
itself, cost cheaper. But, from the other hand, only 2 impeller designs were
available for this pump type. The first one was closed type with 5 vanes, the
second one was open type with 4 vanes. The alternative AH-pump could be fitted
with more than 5 different impellers. That allowed running the pump with one
impeller at the commissioning stage, than to change it to another one, when the
mill would operate at full load. I considered the last reason as a crucial one and
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14. After I had calculated the total dynamic head I was able to select the appropriate
Pump Type, Size and Impeller Type. To meet the clients requirements regarding
steadily increasing pumps capacity I decided to fit pumps with the different types
of impellers for each stage of operation. Thus, I suggested that at commissioning
stage most of pumps are to be fitted with specially designed so-called reducedeye impellers to work with low slurry flows. Later on, when the mill will operate at
full load those impellers must be change to different type. Particularly for
standard rubber-lined impellers for some duties, and for metal high efficiency
impellers for the others. The Pump Performance Curves gave me the pump
efficiency, rotation speed and absorbed power for each position and allowed
finally to select the appropriate pump configuration (Impeller type/ impeller
material/ volute and side liners material/ seal type/ pump frame size/ drive type/
V-belt size and components/ and motor size).
15. In the middle of December 1999 the Final Quotation including Bid Summary
Report, Pump Details and Material Specification, Set of Drawings and Pump
Performance Curves (about 150 pages) was ready and I submitted the document
to the client. With some minor changes, client had accepted the Quotation, and
the equipment manufacturing started.
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16. But my job wasnt finished at that stage. The client required the pumps fitted with
electric motors and for some positions fitted with variable speed drives. The
principle of speed drives operation is in changing the Current Frequency, which
affects the Voltage Output and finally affects the motor speed.
17. After comparing products, provided by different vendors, I decided to use TECOmade motors as a cost-effective product. And at the same time I selected the
ABB-made frequency controllers to be included into the project. This
manufacturers product was slightly more expensive than the one made by TECO,
but the manufacturer could provide both Maintenance and Programming Manuals
in Russian, and also had service facilities in Russia through local representative
and distributor network.
18. After a couple of meetings and phone conferences with the customer, and
technical discussions with my colleagues and experts from VooDoo People
International Ltd. (VDPIL), Australia my solution on sub-contractors equipment
selection was approved.

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19. Further steps in project realisation like placing an order, sub-contractors


equipment procurement and delivery control, etc. are parts of pure managers job.
All that activity and document turnover are well defined and described in the
Marketing Policy and Procedure Manual of VooDoo People International Ltd. As
VooDoo People employee I must follow predefined procedures and I ensure, that
all the supported documentation is complete, accurate and clear. This work is not
so much creative but require accuracy, organisation and persistence.
20. While the equipment was in the process of manufacturing I supplied to the
Customer a set of Drive Arrangements drawings, Components Diagrams and
Outline Dimensions drawings, that allowed him to start prepare foundations for
pumps installation.
21. To reduce installation and further maintenance cost and to give to Customers
technicians some knowledge in modern process equipment, it was agreed that I
organise training for the technicians prior to the equipment installation and
commissioning. I also equipped them with software that could help in monitoring
over pump performance and maintenance. I developed the computer program in
Excel format using which the client by entering only the dates of worn pump parts
replacement, would calculate an average wearlife of parts, a required number of
parts per year, and drew the diagrams accordingly to the results. I also provided to
the client the maintenance manuals for all the product range and specific video
materials both on the tape and in digital format.

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22. At the end of the year 2001 I took part in the mill commissioning. The overall
pump performance met clients requirements at the commissioning stage. To
insure the pump performance and wearlife were at expected level I organised
weekly reporting from the site supervisors by fax or e-mail and conducted weekly
phone conferences with the Customer. On the phone conferences we discussed
issues of pumps performance, appeared and potential problems, define and
check action points for problem solving. I prepared and sent monthly reports to
my and Customers headquarters with the detailed description of the executed
job, reported problems, needed resources and budget figures.
23. Working with the Customer as a joint team, we created a unique, tailor-made
solution. Now, when warranty period for delivered equipment has been finished, I
continue to work in close contact with Customer, reviewing solution outcome in
daily operation. With the aid of Site Supervisors I get monthly performance
statistics and discuss with technicians, if there should be done any corrections in
pump configuration to improve network performance.

Summary:
Summary:

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24. In designing stage, I analysed great number of possible alternatives for selected
pumps configurations. Chosen solution was optimised from both technical as well
as commercial sides and completely met Customer requirements. I provided
specifications and documentation required by Russian laws and regulation and
worked in permanent contact with designers, research and manufacturing
managers about engineering aspects of whole package and package elements.
For the job on this project VooDoo People International awarded me with the
companys Achievement Award in year 2000.

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CAREER EPISODE 1
Introduction:
Introduction:
1. In this narrative, Id like to describe my currently occupied position. Ive been
working on this position since May 1997. My employing organisation is VooDoo
People International Ltd (Australia), Khabarovsk Representative Office. The title of
position occupied by me is Senior Sales Engineer. Events described in this
narrative took place mainly in Dalnegorsk city, Primorsky Territory, Russia.

Background:
Background:
2. In the beginning of this year I was contacted by specialists of Dalpolymetall
Company, Dalnegorsk city, Primorsky Territory, Russia. The reason was that they
faced the problem with the tailing pimps. Due to increased level of the tailing
dump by 5 meters existing pumps failed to develop the required head. I needed to
develop solution that will satisfy clients requirements.
3. I decided to visit client to collect all the necessary data myself. I reviewed the
background data submitted by the client. I also carefully studied the sketches of
the tailing pipeline and overlooked tailing dump itself. As usual I closely
collaborated with clients specialists mill supervisors, mechanical engineers,
electrical engineers, and metallurgical specialists.
4. For this project I carried out all the necessary calculations using my computer.
While I was working on the project I took part in the negotiations with the
customer, where we discussed the engineering and environmental problems.
After completing the work on technical issue I submitted the explanatory note to
the customer for consideration.
5. Working on this project I actively used and demonstrated my knowledge both in
the engineering and non-engineering fields. I applied all the obtained knowledge
and tried to get the new information about latest techniques, equipment and
mechanisms.

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Personal Workplace Activity:
Activity:
6. I calculated the friction losses, pipeline details and total dynamic head for this
application. The head that pump must develop was so high, that I decided to
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lined pump with high efficiency impeller; - two-stage system; In which I could
select rubber lined pumps, which provides a much better wearlife;
7. I found that one-stage system had a number of benefits, but also a number of
disadvantages. First benefit was that it required client to purchase one only
operating pump. Another advantage was that he would need to serve one pump
only. On the other hand this option had some weaknesses: firstly, it was
impossible to fit pump with rubber liner because high head required high speed
which may cause quick wear of rubber parts. Secondly, pump must be fitted with
the larger motor than in 2-stage system it may cause difficulties with pump
starting. Due to big motor pump will require bigger size base and bearing
assembly, which will affect on the total unit price.
8. For this application I studied a lot of materials which contained the information
about multi-stage pumping system. Being out of office I used the Internet
resources where I could get sufficient volume of information from. The careful
study of this information made it possible for me to offer the solution, which, I
consider would suit the client best.
9. First of all I realised that in 2-stage system each pump will have better efficiency
than running 1-stage. I calculated absorbed power and found that energy
consumption for both pumps in 2-stage system will be less that in one-stage
system. I noted it in my comments to the quotation. I also identified that
consumption of spare parts in two-stage system will be less for two pumps rather
than for single pump in one-stage system. These two main reasons could save to
my client about USD 50,000.00 annually. I always take into account the financial
situation of my customers.
10. I offered to the client two options for his consideration. I underlined the
advantages and disadvantages of each. The technical meeting was held at site in
order to consider my quotation. During the meeting I answered a variety of
technical and commercial questions.
11. I also made provision to calculate the total ownership cost (TOC) for three options:




Use of existing pumps arranged into two-stage system;


One-stage VooDoo People pump;
Two-stage system with VooDoo People pumps in operation.

To achieve the required figures I obtained a whole range of data working closely
with mechanical engineers, mill supervisors, and people from finance
department.

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12. Total Ownership Cost included the following components, per annum:
 Capital expenditures,
 Spare parts cost,
 Absorbed Power cost,
 Labour cost,
 Gland water supply cost,
 Parts inventory cost, and
 Plant downtime cost.
The calculation I made showed that two-stage system with VooDoo People pumps
was most cost-effective option among three considered.
13. Developing this solution, I managed to apply all my knowledge and skills of a
mechanical engineer. The solution proposed by me was approved and accepted
by the customer.

Summary:
Summary:

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14. Duties and tasks delegated to me are very diverse. So I have to demonstrate my
knowledge both in the engineering and non-engineering fields. I apply all the
obtained knowledge and try to get the new information about latest techniques,
equipment and mechanisms. Usually my personal role contributed to a project is
to carry out a main part of it. To the present time all the solutions carried out by
me solved all the tasks successfully. I got trust and respect of my colleagues and
customers. They rely on me as on experienced engineering professional and I
always ready to consult about issues, related to my competence.

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