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Residual Stresses: When do they matter?


Overview

This is a follow-on of two previous events which were successfully held on the same subject (in 2010 and 2008). It will cover measurement and calculation of residual stresses and their influence on structural integrity.    

Attending this event will help you:

Develop your knowledge of measurement by neutron diffraction methods  
Learn about different modelling techniques 
Understand the methods of stress relief cracking  
Obtain updates on these topics from experts on the state of the technology for structural integrity assessment 
Share experience with practitioners and experts in the field 
Improve performance in safety and integrity assessments 
Choose the perfect materials at the design stage – save time and money later 
Make designs more tolerant to damage 
Prioritise equipment for upgrade 
Learn from the lessons in Europe in the last ten years 
Meet, greet and network with key industry players


Technical Advantages

Develop your knowledge of measurement by neutron diffraction methods 
Increase robustness of residual stress assessment techniques
  • Fully comprehend damage processes below the creep range
  • Hear case studies featuring the latest tools and techniques
  • How residual stress fields are characterised
  • learn about different modelling techniques - including finite element modelling
  • Appreciate residual stresses’ influence on fast fracture, creep formation and rupture processes
  • Understand the methods of stress relief cracking
  • Incorporation into Computer Programmes
  • Incorporation into Assessment Procedures
  • Application of the above in pressurised water reactors (PWR) environmentally assisted cracking (EAC)


Who should attend

  • nuclear power
  • conventional power
  • off-shore
  • marine
  • aerospace


Register here

Details

Event Type: Seminar
Location: Manchester UK
Date: January 31, 2013