All commercial activities involve the interpretation of some data to make decisions that are beneficial to an organisation. However, traditional determinisitic methods for assessing the structural integrity and safety of engineering assets do not take into account of wider considerations that could lead to material failure.
Organised by the Institution's Structural Materials and Materials Group members, this latest seminar will bring together experts from a wide range of industries to address statistical methods for the design and assessment of safety-critical engineering structures.
Join to hear the latest and future developments of major structural integrity assessment codes covering probabilistic methods and their applications. Find out how to employ probabilistic approaches to carry out accurate assessments and make risk-informed decisions, supported by use cases from engineers in industry.
Understand the skills required to carry out structural integrity probabilistic assessments across nuclear power and oil & gas industries, and specific requirements for their implementations.
WHY YOU NEED TO JOIN:
- Gain awareness of the latest development of the major structural integrity assessment codes regarding probabilistic methods
Understand the application and development of these structural integrity codes in multiple industries, including nuclear power and oil & gas
Probabilistic structural integrity approaches can be applied to design of advanced nuclear reactors, failure assessments and non-destructive testing
Implement the latest technology to improve safety and reduce unnecessary costs
Learn how to support applications of risk-informed decision making to meet safety requirements
Identify the technical skill gaps and resources required for your company's strategy on structural integrity assessments
WHO SHOULD JOIN THIS SEMINAR?
All professionals involved with structural integrity will benefit from the knowledge sharing and networking opportunities, particularly those involved with the following:
- Structural integrity
- Safety integrity
- Residual stress
- Compliance and regulator
- Inspections and NDT
FEEDBACK FROM PREVIOUS STMG SEMINAR:
"Great event showcasing industry challenges and the ingenuity to solve them."
"The seminar presented both theoretical and practical background information on how measure and enhance structural integrity of systems and components in difficult environment like nuclear power plant, subsea environment and jet engines."
"The seminar was a very informative and interesting event with speakers targeting their presentations with the right level of detail without getting bogged down into the specifics."
SUPPORT YOUR CAREER DEVELOPMENT:
Attending this event supports your Professional Development; if you're an IMechE Member, this can be tracked in the Career Developer section of your online account.