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Educating the Next Generation – Training SMEs

Educating the Next Generation – Training SMEs

Authors: Mark Harmody; Joel Andreani

With baby boomers making up the largest portion of today’s workforce, it’s time to implement a corporate knowledge-sharing program. E2G has developed a training program for our engineers and clients that is devoted to mechanical integrity programs and centered around our life-cycle management philosophy. In this article, Mark Harmody discusses the curriculum and how we apply the program at E2G.

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Let E2G’s SMEs Train Your Future SMEs!

Let E2G’s SMEs Train Your Future SMEs!

Knowing the fundamentals of industry programs, codes and standards, and technology will prepare new engineers for long-term success. At E2G, we have developed a new training course that supports knowledge transfer between industry experts and junior engineers, plus fills the gap for those companies without a formal training program. This article expands upon the June 16th webinar in which Mark Harmody introduced the curriculum for the Fundamentals of Asset Lifecycle Management course (FALCM).

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Special Emphasis Areas in a Mechanical Integrity Program

Author: Joel Andreani

Implementing a mechanical integrity (MI) program at a processing facility is essential for maintaining safe and reliable operations. In this article, Joel Andreani investigates an important subset of an MI program: special emphasis mechanical integrity (SEMI) programs.

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Evaluating a Tank Fixed Roof Structural Failure

Author: Derek Slovenec

Aboveground storage tanks are susceptible to damage from many factors, including environmental loads, process upset conditions, strength reduction due to metal loss, tank settlement, or some combination thereof. This damage often manifests as buckling of the tank shell, which is thin relative to its large surface area.

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Q&A: Structural Integrity Programs

Authors: Derek Slovenec; Joel Andreani

Aging or deteriorating structures, foundations, and other infrastructure cost U.S. businesses billions of dollars each year. Problems with structures and foundations are often a result of design flaws, construction defects, deteriorating conditions, extreme environmental events, and/or changes in applied loads.

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