Adam R. Storm

Consultant / P.E. / Syracuse

Background

Mr. Storm is a engineering graduate of Clarkson University with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and with extensive industry experience in commercial power generation, including nuclear power and related areas of the energy/industrial sector. His experience and industry knowledge covers over 9 years in areas of design, system engineering, project management, scheduling, contract management, and development of capital projects in the energy business while adhering to strict regulatory requirements.

Mr. Storm’s areas of expertise include the troubleshooting and causal analysis of mechanical, electrical and instrument and controls failures within commercial power plants as well as leading teams completing complex maintenance projects on main steam turbine systems. Mr. Storm has been responsible for executing failure modes analyses on various components including pumps, valves, breakers, heat exchangers, piping systems, and mechanical, pneumatic and instrument control systems.

Mr. Storm investigates failures and accidents resulting from a wide range of mechanical systems, such as vehicles (including engines, transmissions, tires, suspensions, brakes, and air bags), plumbing (including pipe freezes), HVAC, fire sprinkler systems, consumer products, appliances, door systems, ladders, forklifts, aerial lifts, industrial equipment, and heavy machinery.

Representative Engagements

  • Motor vehicle accidents
  • Consumer product failures
  • Commercial / Municipal cooling and heating system failures
  • Mechanical equipment failures
  • Industrial equipment failures
  • Nuclear power plant equipment failures

Education and Registrations

  • B.S. Mechanical Engineering – Clarkson University
  • Registered Professional Engineer – New York