Matthias Huschenbett of HOERBIGER Service, Inc. Promoted to Head Operations and Engineering

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HOERBIGER, a global market leader in compressor, engine and turbo-machine technology, is pleased to have a highly regarded subject matter expert head operations and engineering.

Matthias Huschenbett, a German Engineer with no less than two Masters Degrees in Engineering, has been promoted to Head of Operations and Engineering at Hoerbiger Service, Inc., a global market leader in the design, engineering, and production of key components for reciprocating compressions for the oil and natural gas industry.

HOERBIGER sets standards for the economical, safe and clean operation of compressors, engines and turbo-machines. The worldwide HOERBIGER Group has 6,700 employees and revenue of $1,366 Billion.

“We are privileged to have a subject matter expert to head our operations and engineering,” says Mitchel T. Menlove, the North American HR Manager. “Mr. Huschenbett has not only proven himself to be a very capable manager in the technical area of compression technology, he is also a subject matter expert known throughout the industry. Because of his technical expertise, he stands out as a leader in operations and engineering and has the respect of the staff at HOERBIGER.”

At the Annual Gas Machinery Conference organized by GMRC in October 2010, Mr. Huschenbett gave two expert presentations on the Field Demonstration of Integrated ERLE Technologies and Field Demonstration of Advanced NSCR Control Using Integrated Technologies. In 2007, Mr. Huschenbett appeared at the European Forum for Reciprocating Compressors, where he gave a presentation on “Model Based Diagnostics of Reciprocating Compressors.”

Mr. Huschenbett began his career with HOERBIGER at the Austrian valve manufacturer Hoerbiger Ventilwerke, where he lead the Research Team for Piston Compressors. Beginning in July 2006, Mr. Huschenbett served as the Manager Innovation & Technology at Hoerbiger Service, Inc. in the U.S., where he was in charge of all new technology developments in North America.

Mr. Huschenbett’s technical publications include:

"MIMO Model Predictive Control for Integral Gas Engines under Switching Disturbances," in 17th IEEE International Conference on Control Applications. San Antonio, Texas, USA, 2008.
Combustion Sensing in Pre-Combustion Chambers Using Ion Sense, GAS MACHINERY CONFERENCE 2008, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Analysis & Application of Advanced Balancing Techniques for PCC Fitted Pipeline Engines, GAS MACHINERY CONFERENCE 2008, Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Emission Reduction of Large Bore Gas Engines by Model Based Predictive Control, 12. Tagung "DER ARBEITSPROZESS DES VERBRENNUNGSMOTORS" 2009, Graz, Austria.
Continued Application of Advanced Balancing Techniques for the Main & Pre-Combustion Chamber of Pipeline Engines, GAS MACHINERY CONFERENCE 2009.

MIMO Model Predictive Control for Integral Gas Engines. In Models, Methods and Applications, Workshop on Automotive Model Predictive Control, Feldkirchen, Austria, February 2009.
Fault Detection for a Reciprocating Compressor by combining Vibration Analysis and Transformation Techniques, CM2010 / MFPT2010 CONFERENCE, Stratford-upon-Avon, England.

State Classification of Reciprocating Compressor Valves using Event per Cycle Measurements, CM2010 / MFPT2010 CONFERENCE, Stratford-upon-Avon, England.

FIELD DEMONSTRATION OF ADVANCED NSCR CONTROL USING INTEGRATED TECHNOLOGIES, GAS MACHINERY CONFERENCE 2010, Phoenix, Arizona.
FIELD DEMONSTRATION TEST OF INTEGRATED ERLE TECHNOLOGIES, GAS MACHINERY CONFERENCE 2010, Phoenix, Arizona.

Mr. Huschenbett holds a Masters Degree in Mechanical Engineering and a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering, both from the University of Dresden, Germany.

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