PRCI WEBINAR (RECORDING): Assessment of Fitness-for-Service for Crack-within-Corrosion Anomalies

Tue, August 04, 2020

Click here to view the webinar recording.  Webinar runtime: 61 minutes. 

Please join the PRCI Corrosion Technical Committee as they present research results related to the development of a step-by-step approach to predicting failure pressure for cracks-in-corrosion (CIC) affected pipes. The researchers used finite element analyses (FEA) and full-scale burst testing to develop a predictive model for CIC defects.  

Presenter: Reza Mostofi, Kiefner & Associates
Host: Gary Vervake, Enbridge
Moderator: Laurie Perry, PRCI

Benefits of attending:
*  Overview of the process (and formulation) to predicting failure pressure for CIC-affected pipes
*  Review of the dynamic methodology that allows for the prediction of failure pressure using partial and/or incomplete data from various sources with different  
    information content, quality and cost.

Make the most of your time by reviewing the research report prior to attending.
PR-218-173602-R01 Assessment of Fitness-for-Service for Crack-within-Corrosion Anomalies

 

 

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