About this event
The challenge: Vibration in process piping systems is a significant integrity issue. Fatigue failures have resulted in serious safety incidents, fires, spills and legal implications for operators and designers. Studies show that more than 20% of hydrocarbon releases are caused by vibration-induced fatigue failures on small-bore branch connections, but also on main piping.
The solution: Correct management of this risk at both design and operational stages can result in a substantial improvement in the integrity of process plants. Increased understanding of these issues as well as defined strategies and tools are now available to mitigate and manage this risk.
This session focuses on main process piping and complements our previous webinar on small-bore connections.
You'll learn how to:
We present best practices, recent technical developments and practical approaches for managing piping vibration, including case studies and lessons learned.
Who should attend: Process, piping, machinery, and integrity engineers and managers responsible for piping, integrity and reliability activities with EPCs and operating companies.
Duration: This session takes approximately 1 hour.
Wood is a global leader in consulting and engineering, helping to unlock solutions to critical challenges in energy and materials markets. We provide consulting, projects and operations solutions in 60 countries, employing around 35,000 people.
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