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The Engineering Applications of Pipe Vibration: Meeting the needs of Industry & Shaping Future Research Event

Origin: 
Engineering
Assessing the underworld
Date:
15 September 2015
Venue:
Chilworth Manor Hotel, Southampton, SO16 7PT UK

For more information regarding this event, please telephone Dr Jen Muggleton on +44 (0)2380592294 or email jmm@isvr.soton.ac.uk .

Event details

Assessing the Underworld is pleased to announce a 1-Day Workshop: The Engineering Applications of Pipe Vibration: Meeting the needs of Industry & Shaping Future Research

The workshop is aimed at all those concerned with pipe vibration, particularly academics and those working in affected industries.

The aims of the workshop are to:

  • Showcase current pipe vibration research being undertaken both nationally and internationally
  • Provide a forum for the exchange of ideas around the problems facing industry and other relevant organisations
  • Provide an environment where collaborations can be developed to meet the needs of industry and other key stakeholders
  • Plan out future programmes of work

It will be particularly relevant to those concerned with the problems of:

  • Leak detection and pipe condition assessment
  • Remote pipeline detection, location and identification
  • Vibration control and mitigation

 

Organised by:

Institute of Sound and Vibration Research,

University of Southampton,

United Kingdom

Supported by:

EPSRC
EPSRC
The Pipeline Industries Guild
The Pipeline Industries Guild

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