Mr. Schreiman has over 25 years of experience in materials selection, metallurgical processing, and forensic analysis. His areas of technical expertise include nondestructive inspection techniques; evaluation and mitigation of corrosion; welding and fabrication, thermal and chemical processing; casting and forging; laboratory test methods, and forensic failure analysis.
Mr. Schreiman joined CTLGroup in March 2016. Prior to joining CTLGroup, Mr. Schreiman held positions as a Research Associate for Failure Analysis Associates, Materials and Processes Engineer for Parker Aerospace, Technical Manager for ATI, and Vice President of Quality for Elgiloy Specialty Metals.
B.S. in Physics (Nuclear Physics and Reactor Theory), California State University, 1987
- Certified Lead Auditor, ASME NQA-1
- Certified NDT Auditor, MPI, LPI, and Radiographic
Schreiman, R.A. and Bolton, W. “Estimation of Prior Austenite Grain Size in Heat-Treated Martensitic Carbon and Low Alloy Steels”, Buehler Ltd. Research and Development Laboratory and Gulf Coast Laboratory Services
Stefansson, N. and Schreiman, R. “Low Fracture Toughness and Reduced Ductility in 3” ATI-415 Titanium Plate due to Unhealed Porosity and Excessive Inclusion Content”, ATI Fabricated Components Research and Development Laboratory
Stefansson, N. and Schreiman, R. “Delayed Post-Weld Cracking in 1” ATI-500 Specialty Armor Steel Plate due to Continuous Centerline Retained Austenite”, ATI Fabricated Components Research and Development Laboratory