This course will provide you with an understanding of how to produce a crack management plan for a pipeline and how you can implement the plan safely.
You will be able to explain the different types of cracks and crack-like defects in pipelines. You will also be able to identify methods to detect the differing cracks and to discuss the assessment methods.
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Live, online session
Satisfies the learning requirements for
Crack Management CS050F
Certificate of completion, plus
Continued Professional Development hours
This course runs over two days and includes breaks and question and answer sessions (30 minutes per day). Additionally, you will have access to the following selected Tier 1 E-Learns prior the program start date: Crack Management (CS050A), Fracture Mechanics (CS032A), Pipeline Defects Assessment Assessment (CS020A).
Introduction to How to Manage Cracking
Managing the Threat
Stress Analysis Considerations
Bruce Nestleroth has more than 35 years of nondestructive testing experience with a primary concentration on inspection technology to assess pipelines for potential defects. After earning his Ph.D. at Drexel University, he worked at Battelle for 26 years and then Kiefner for 7 years. He joined ROSEN as an Expert in 2021 with a primary on customer education; he is based in Columbus Ohio USA. Dr. Nestleroth has studied the capability and advanced the application of magnetic flux leakage, eddy current, ultrasonic, and electromagnetic acoustic transducer in-line inspection technology. Dr. Nestleroth has taught training courses and workshops on pipeline inspection technology and defect assessment since 1995. He serves on many committees developing technical standards for the pipeline industry.