Engineering

NRI University - Engineering

 

ACES™ Events → The ACES events are a fully customizable, educational event conducted to be a non-commercial training on a variety of subjects. These can be held at client location, at NRI’s location, off-site at a conference center, or even online via a webinar all depending on what may be best or most convenient. Topics that can be covered are many and can be requested by the client or suggested by NRI based on the current knowledge of the audience as well as desired outcome of the course. These events are led by the technical experts at NRI from the Engineering and Training departments which are staffed with the industry’s most experienced and knowledgeable personnel.

Example Courses:

Engineered Composite Repair Design (ECRD) – Pipelines → Engineered Composite Repair (ECR) systems can be used for the repair of corrosion and mechanical damage for regulated pipelines as a viable method of returning structural integrity to defect areas and also may be used to establish MAOP for change in classification. The NRI University Engineered Composite Repair Design for Pipelines Course has been designed to teach the student the background of the design formulas and methodologies found within the ASME PCC-2 Article 4.1 standard. This course will discuss pipeline design background, defect assessment via ASME B31G, the ASME PCC-2 standard for non-metallic composite repairs, how to determine the appropriate equations for use, how to interpret the results, and other items relevant to ensuring the design meets the standard and regulatory requirements and will be successful for the intended purpose. The equations, methods, and processes discussed in this course will work with all ECR systems to ensure proper design regardless of the specific product used.

Engineered Composite Repair Design (ECRD) – Process Piping → This course has been designed to teach the student the background of the design formulas and methodologies found within the ASME PCC-2 Article 4.1 standard. This course will discuss piping design background, defect assessment via API 579, the ASME PCC-2 standard for non-metallic composite repairs, how to determine the appropriate equations for use, how to interpret the results, and other items relevant to ensuring the design meets the standard requirements and will be successful for the intended purpose. The equations, methods, and processes discussed in this course will work with all ECR systems to ensure proper design regardless of the specific product used.

Interested in learning more about NRI services, products and education programs?