World Pipelines’ Senior Editor, Elizabeth Corner, talks to Chris Holliday, ROSEN Canada, about assessing coincident anomalies in pipeline assets.
Chris Holliday holds the position of Integrity Engineering Lead at ROSEN Canada. Chris is a registered Professional Engineer in British Columbia, Alberta and Saskatchewan. He moved to Calgary from the UK, where he is a Chartered Engineer with the Institute of Mechanical Engineers.
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In today’s spotlight session, we are reviewing ROSEN’s recent article for World Pipelines, entitled ‘Understanding complex anomalies’, which was written by Chris Holliday, Andrew Wilde and Alasdair Clyne.
The article is published in the February 2022 issue of World Pipelines and it describes the assessment of coincident anomalies in pipelines.
The article answers questions such as: How do I know if different anomaly types are actually interacting? And What is the likely effect on failure pressure if, say, a dent interacts with a gouge?
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