Management of Circumferential Cracks

Shreyas Rajashekhara · July 13, 2023

Join us for an insightful live webinar on managing circumferential cracks (CC) in pipelines, focusing specifically on circumferential stress corrosion cracks (C-SCC) and girth weld anomalies for different vintage of pipelines. Discuss the unique challenges associated with their management. Explore the differences between C-SCC and axially-oriented SCC (A-SCC), including distinct sources and magnitudes of stresses involved. Enhance your understanding of risk reduction strategies and effective approaches to manage circumferential cracks in accordance with industry regulations and best practices. Don’t miss this opportunity to gain valuable insights and improve your skills in circumferential crack management. Register now!

*Webinar offered by CRES and PSI Jointly

Schedule

October 26, 2023 | 2 – 3 PM, CST

Instructors

  • Mr. Yong-Yi Wang, Ph.D.
    Mr. Yong-Yi Wang, Ph.D.
  • Mr. Dave Warman
    Mr. Dave Warman

About Instructor

Shreyas Rajashekhara

RCP Inc.

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Mr. Yong-Yi Wang, Ph.D.

Dr. Yong-Yi Wang is a highly experienced technology developer and consultant with over 30 years of expertise in the pipeline industry. He is renowned for his extensive knowledge of energy pipelines and piping systems, particularly welds and joints. Dr. Wang is a global leader in developing and implementing fitness-for-service (FFS) assessment procedures and strain-based design and assessment (SBDA) technology. He has received numerous accolades, including being honored as a Distinguished Lecture Series speaker at the International Pipeline Conference and being recognized as an “Outstanding Researcher” by PRCI. Dr. Wang has led various initiatives related to crack and anomaly management, geohazard mitigation, and weld integrity. He has played key roles in multiple industry publications and standards, authored numerous papers, and edited significant volumes on pipeline integrity. Dr. Wang holds an M.S. and Ph.D. in Mechanics and Materials from MIT, specializing in constraint-sensitive fracture mechanics.

Mr. Dave Warman

Mr. Dave Warman is a highly experienced professional with 40 years of expertise in the pipeline industry. He has a diverse background in pipeline operations, maintenance, integrity, risk analysis, project management, permitting, design, construction, and environmental compliance. He has successfully managed the Pipeline Integrity Engineering and ILI Analysis Group for a vast network of hazardous liquid and natural gas pipelines. Mr. Warman’s areas of specialization include developing and implementing integrity management plans for various types of pipeline issues such as SCC, fatigue cracking, gouges, deformation, metal loss, and bend strain. He has played a significant role in developing methodologies and utilizing advanced assessment techniques for crack-like features, including SCC. With his extensive knowledge, he has assessed thousands of miles of pipelines using various inspection methods. Additionally, Mr. Warman has been involved in industry committees and played a pivotal role in the initial development of EMAT technology.