Many industry experts believe that small-bore connection failures represent a high risk for the integrity of facility piping and need more attention during design and when conducting field vibration surveys.
In this free webinar, we discuss how to:
Evaluate the integrity of
small-bore piping connections
Reduce small-bore piping vibration risks during design
Avoid small-bore connection failures during operations
This webinar is relevant to process, piping, machinery and integrity engineers and project managers responsible for piping, integrity and reliability activities with EPCs and operating companies.
Chris Harper, BSc, PEng Principal consultant, static equipment and structures
Chris has 22 years’ experience in the field of vibration, stress and failure analysis.
He has been with Wood for over 18 years, gaining extensive experience in piping vibration, stress and failure analysis, finite element modeling, pulsation simulation, FIV/AIV, rotating equipment vibration and dynamic structural analysis. In his current role as principal consultant, Chris oversees and provides specialist advice on high-profile customer projects.
Chris has led several research initiatives on piping vibration. He has been an instructor at the GMRC course Compressor Station Vibration since 2011 and has co-authored numerous papers and presentations.
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