Webinar on Innovative New PlantTrack™ Modules
Join Structural Integrity for a 45 minute webinar to learn about advances in technology that enable real-time tracking of high energy piping damage.
Damage due to creep and fatigue is constantly occurring to the piping systems at power generating plants. Knowing the accumulated damage and the rate at which damage is occurring provides engineers, operators, and analysts the ability to be proactive in planning replacements or to modify operating parameters.
Structural Integrity Associates, Inc. has added online damage tracking modules to the PlantTrack™ software to compliment the offline damage tracking that already existed. These online modules interact directly with your plant's data historian and allow users to see how damage is accumulating in real time, and view that information super-imposed on drawings along with historical inspection results and design information. This information will provide you the opportunity to automate location selections and plan more accurately for replacements or repairs.
During this webinar, users will learn about tracking modules for:
- Hanger displacement, and
Plus, we’ll provide a quick overview of offline data for:
- Hangar readings
- NDE inspection location prioritization
- Results and planning
Who should attend:
Plant Managers, Engineering Managers, Maintenance Managers, HEP Engineers, Boiler Engineers, Metallurgists, and Chemists.
Ulrich Woerz has 10 years of experience in the power industry. He is the Product Manager for the PlantTrack™ software. At Structural Integrity, Ulrich is responsible for identifying and delivering new technologies in support of the integrated asset health tracking approach.
Director, Business Development
Matt is responsible for product development, service expansion and strategic relationship management for Structural Integrity's Fossil and Combined Cycle Plant markets. With 25 years of experience in the power industry, Matt is a leader in root cause analysis, data/knowledge management, software development, simulation and risk assessment.