Materials Test Engineer
Research Areas: Materials Properties and Performance
Biography: Timothy Yoder is a materials research engineer with 25 years of experience at the Idaho National Laboratory. He is involved with accelerated corrosion testing of materials using slow-strain rate testing (SSRT) and creep-fatigue load frames, salt fog corrosion chambers, ultra-violet light chamber, environmental chambers, and electro-chemical testing equipment. He has over 15 years of experience conducting ASTM laboratory materials testing, including immersion, crevice, U-bend, environmental chamber, electrochemical, and slow-strain rate testing methods. In addition, he designs and fabricates custom testing equipment to support the multiple tests programs he supports. He holds a bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering from Montana State University. He is a member of the National Association of Corrosion Engineers, holding Senior Corrosion Technologist certification since 2008.
B.S., Chemical Enginering - Montana State University
National Association of Corrosison Engineers (NACE)