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Best Practices for Avoidance of Vibration Induced Pipework Fatigue

Simon Hirst | Asset Integrity Division Manager, AVT Reliability
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WEBINAR DESCRIPTION:

In this webinar, we will discuss why it is important to assess pipework vibration, regulations, and best practices, which pipework most at risk, and perform a pipework vibration assessment while highlighting some good and bad examples.

Learning Takeaways:

1. Why is it important to assess pipework vibration?
2. Regulations and best practices to identify pipework most at risk?
3. Ways to reduce pipework vibration with good and bad examples.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Simon is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer with over 30 years’ experience in engineering. Started working for AVT approximately 14 years ago in what was called the Special Projects division before it was renamed more recently the Asset Integrity Division.

Working in a small team we undertake a wide range of engineering projects and investigations relating to static equipment and structures to include testing, data analysis, and design. Although, now managing the division he inspires those who he has met me with the satisfaction of solving engineering problems and the fulfillment of being an Engineer.

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About the Author

Simon Hirst Asset Integrity Division Manager, AVT Reliability

Simon is a Chartered Mechanical Engineer with over 30 years’ experience in engineering. Started working for AVT approximately 14 years ago in what was called the Special Projects division before it was renamed more recently the Asset Integrity Division.

Working in a small team we undertake a wide range of engineering projects and investigations relating to static equipment and structures to include testing, data analysis and design. Although, now managing the division he inspires those who he has meet me with the satisfaction of solving engineering problems and the fulfilment of being an Engineer.