Structural Integrity Technical Group Meeting 2021: Overview

30 Mar 2021 8:48 AM | Anonymous

Our first Structural Integrity Technical Group Meeting of this year will be looking at 'Latest Developments in Fitness for Service Procedures in BS7910, R6 and ASME/API579,' and will be hosted online on the 15 April.

This online afternoon event will look into the application of fitness-for-service procedures within multiple industries, globally, being dominated by three key codes and standards:

  • BS7910
  • R6
  • ASME/ API579

Each of these codes/standards have recently or are currently in the process of being revised and The Welding Institute’s Structural Integrity Technical Group has organised for experts with detailed experience and knowledge of the developments of each of these codes/standards to deliver presentations at this technical event, highlighting the most significant changes. Our speakers are highly experienced engineers who chair or are Members of one or more of the committees overlooking the development of these codes/standards.


Outline of presentations and speakers:

The R6 Assessment Procedure: Recent Developments in Revision 4 Amendment 12 and Beyond - Cory Hamelin, Materials Engineer at EDF Energy

BS 7910:2019 - What's New?Isabel Hadley, Technology Fellow at TWI Ltd

Transporting Carbon Dioxide / Hydrogen in Pipelines. What are the Implications for Structural Integrity?Andrew Cosham, CEO of Ninth Planet Engineering Limited

Recent Developments in Fracture Mechanics Aimed at Reducing Conservatisms in Defect Assessment MethodologiesJohn Sharples, Senior Consultant in Materials Science and Structural Integrity at Jacobs

ASME/ API579: 2021 and Beyond - Benjamin Hantz, ASME Fellow Technology Advisor Mechanical Reliability at Valero

Group Discussion and Q&Aall speakers


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This event is run jointly with FESI

FESI provides a forum for the development and enhancement of best practice for engineering structural integrity practitioners, for academics and across all industry sectors in the UK and overseas. 


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