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John H. Hamilton, MSME PE

John H. Hamilton, MSME PE

17252 North Highway 215
Mountainburg, Arkansas 72946

Phone(479) 790-6782
Fax (479) 369-0326

Website www.jhengineer.com
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John H. Hamilton is an Assistant Professor in the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville Mechanical Engineering Department. Previously, worked as a full-time consulting engineer assisting professionals in both industry and the legal community. Has worked in industry as a manufacturing and plant engineer and been responsible for the safety of an industrial plant with over 300 employees.

Services

Mr. John Hamilton provides consulting to industries, individuals, and attorneys in a wide range of safety and machine design issues. Examples include agricultural and industrial machine guarding cases, and agricultural and industrial safety systems.


Litigation Support Services

Mr. Hamilton provides services on a limited basis to industries, individuals, and attorneys who need assistance in Industrial safety and machine design.

Areas of Expertise

Consulting Practice

All States

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Professional Experience

Work Experience:

Senior Engineer, Ryan Engineering, Inc.
Instructor, John Brown University
Instructor, University of Arkansas
Independent Consultant
Plant Engineer and Manufacturing Engineer, FM Corporation

Engineering & Design Experience:

Developed process sheets for molding, assembly, and finishing of plastic parts
Designed and oversaw completion of a chilled water system
Upgraded structural foam (injection molding) machines to use PLCs and modern hydraulic technology
Designed guarding for molding and machine tools
Designed mezzanine
Designed stairs
Designed guard rails
Assisted in performing thermal analysis of wood-burning furnace
Developed testing procedure to establish efficiency of infrared heaters
Designed and built machines to rework plastic parts
Designed various jigs and fixtures to aid in production of plastic parts, which included drilling, cutting,
welding, inserting, etc.
Implemented OSHA standards in an industrial facility
Designed elutriator for cyclone dust collector
Designed guards


Licenses

Licensed Professional Engineer registered in Arkansas


Affiliations

Member, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)


Publications

“Two-Phase Effervescent Atomization Via a Liquid-Liquid Chemical Reaction,” University of Arkansas Press, 1997

“Hazard Analysis,” Plant Engineering, December 2002


Education

MSME 1997, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Study in Thermal Systems

BSME 1990, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville





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