Wednesday, 8 May Three time slots available
Limited number of spots available Reserve yours now!
In static piping analysis, vibration is often overlooked because codes do not address vibration risks in sufficient detail. Many piping designers are not aware of possible piping vibration issues and how to avoid them.
In this free webinar, we will discuss:
Apply relevant codes and factors to avoid overly conservative conditions
Model the right support types, stiffness, support spacing and loads
Balance vibration and flexibility requirements to ensure a safe and reliable design
This webinar is relevant to designers, engineers and pipe stress analysts working with rotating and reciprocating equipment design.
A certificate of completion that may be submitted for professional development hour (PDH) credits* will be provided upon request at the end of the session (see feedback survey).
*This webinar is intended to assist participants in retaining and expanding their knowledge base. Wood will provide a certificate for attending the webinar. Acceptance as professional development hours is at the discretion of the organisation that receives the submittal.
Jaehee Chae, MSc, PEng, senior piping engineer
Jaehee leads Wood's piping stress analysis group.
He has 15 years’ experience in mechanical and civil engineering consulting, including piping vibration, pulsation and structural dynamic analysis and troubleshooting.
Dan Mullally, BSc, EIT, pipe stress analyst
Dan is a project analyst in Wood's piping stress group.
He has been with Wood's vibration, dynamics and noise team for two years and specialises in flexibility analysis for rotating equipment applications.
Our vibration analysis solutions are designed by engineers for engineers, fuelled by our deep understanding of design, operational and maintenance challenges.
This webinar is offered three times to cover all time zones. Please register for your preferred time slot: