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Rethinking the core principles of pipe-stress and flexibility analysis

The seminar covers piping problems, stress analysis, common mistakes, failure analysis, and industry significance. It emphasizes proper methodologies, proactive engineering, and computational analysis to ensure safety, reliability, and project profitability through practical examples and global perspectives.


LENGTH: 2 months

PRICE: 1500 €

About this course


This seminar addresses typical piping problems, pipe stress and flexibility analysis, common analysis mistakes, and failure analysis. Key topics include the role of piping in industry, causes of project-related accidents, and the importance of proper analysis methodologies. The program highlights global project perspectives, practical examples, and the integration of proactive engineering methodologies. Emphasis is placed on computational analysis benefits and the necessity for thorough stress and flexibility evaluations to enhance safety and reliability.



Pipe stress background


10 hours / week



What you will learn

  • Typical piping problems
  • Briefly about pipe stress analysis
  • Typical pipe stress and flexibility analysis mistakes
  • Examples of how to properly analyze
  • Mistakes, errors, and disasters
  • Introduction to failure analysis
  • Possible causes of accidents due to project-related issues
  • Pipe stress analysis from a global project perspective
  • Piping systems from pipe stress analysts’ point of view
  • Overview of some practical examples with discussions

Frequent questions

When can I start the course?

You can start the course at any time during the year.

What type of certificate will I get?

You will receive a certificate issued by InIPED

What kind of study material will I have?

You will have some pre-recorded lectures, pdf files, self-assessment multiple-choice tests and a hands-on, practical assignments.

Will there be live lectures?

Yes. The student will meet with the instructor twice: once halfway through the course and another one at the end.



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