Tech Talk: MAOP Re-confirmation and Engineering Critical Assessment – Part 2
An ECA is an analysis of whether or not an anomaly existing in a pipe is tolerable under specific loading conditions. There are three main components to the ECA process: defining the threats that must be considered, determining what defects exist in the pipeline most likely using in-line inspection, and analysis of those anomalies to calculate predicted burst pressure, in accordance with 192.712, or other appropriate failure criteria. The aim of this webinar is to walk through the ECA process, discussing the pertinent decision points and individual tasks required.
Learn more and join our regional session, which will be presented on July 15, 2020 at 12 pm (CST).
This session is part of our series “TECH TALKS - Regional sessions on technical topics” with weekly discussions on a diverse range of topics on asset integrity management and regulatory ramifications for the oil and gas industry.
- July 15, 20202020-07-15T12:00:00 - July 15, 2020 2020-07-15T03:02:27
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