Structural integrity evaluations serve to judge the acceptability of detected or assumed defects. This method relies on the actual performance of the material as used in the structure and has proven on numerous occasions to give the best performance at minimum cost.
Soete Laboratory of Ghent University, the Belgian Welding Institute (BIL-IBS) and OCAS have a proven track record in applied fracture mechanics, which is an essential aspect of structural integrity assessment. They have joined forces within the Metal Structures Centre (MSC) consortium and participate jointly in both R&D projects and in executing projects for direct industry use.
The MSC is now organising its third seminar on industrial examples of structural integrity of metal structures. The previous sessions in 2016 and 2017 revealed strong interest and an interactive participation from different sectors, ranging from the oil & gas and petrochemical sectors, as well as offshore wind, infrastructure and pressure vessel markets. Based on the feedback from the previous seminars, it has been decided to continue with a repeat edition.
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