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Engineering Integrity of Structures & Components Subjected to Degradation Mechanisms

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11 September 2018

This is a joint seminar between the Engineering Integrity Society and the Forum for Engineering Structural Integrity (FESI). The degradation mechanisms being considered are primarily fatigue, creep and corrosion. Presentations will be delivered by experts in the field of these technical areas from both industry and academia. The event will provide a state-of-the-art review as well as outlining the future challenges and ongoing development work. The seminar aims to give a cross-industry perspective and is primarily aimed at structural integrity engineers, researchers and students looking to gain an up-to-date understanding and appreciation of the aspects associated with these technical areas.

Reducing the Level of Conservatism in Structural Integrity Assessment of Off shore Wind Turbine Monopile Foundations” – Ali Mehmanparast, Cranfield University

State of the Art Testing Methods for Fatigue and Corrosion – Stuart Medway, Wood

Development of Fatigue Design Rules for Structures and Equipment – John Wintle, TWI

PWR Environmental Fatigue – Developments & Future Challenges – Keith Wright, Rolls Royce

Creep-fatigue deformation and damage in 316 Stainless Steel – David Knowles, Atkins

The interaction of oxidation and carburisation with creep-fatigue – Marc Chevalier, EDF

The effect of residual stress on fatigue and other failure mechanisms – Jeferson Oliveira, Open University

Predicting fatigue degradation in an age of big data – Phil Irving, Cranfield University

BS7910 Guidance Relating to Fatigue, Creep and Corrosion – Isabel Hadley, TWI

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