Geoff Clarkson, CTO, presented his talk on Aligning Fitness for Service of Fiber Reinforced Polymers "For fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) assets, Fitness for Service has historically been determined from only the condition of the inner surface, known as the corrosion barrier. These assessments … [Read more...] about Geoff Clarkson presents at the 2019 API Summit
UTComp CEO Jo Anne Watton presented "Your Aging FRP Assets: Myths & Facts" Nov. 13 at the Managing Aging Plants USA Conference in Houston, Texas. The presentation covered: What is FRP? Damage Mechanisms and Failure Modes Fitness for Service Evaluation Non-intrusive Method … [Read more...] about Your Aging FRP Assets: Myths & Facts
Rigorous proof that UltraAnalytix™ works At UTComp, we’re guided by hard data, scientific precision and repeatable results. So before we brought our UltraAnalytix™ technology to market, we made sure we tested it, and tested it more, until we were thoroughly satisfied of its accuracy. Thoroughly … [Read more...] about Validation of UTComp’s UltraAnalytix inspection for composite materials
Geoff Clarkson, UTComp President and CEO, gave two talks at NACE International's CORROSION 2018, the world's largest corrosion conference and exposition April 15-19. Geoff presented Predicting FRP Remaining Service Life: What if you could know? in the Corrosion Solutions for the Chemical Process … [Read more...] about NACE 2018 Presentations
NACE International's CORROSION 2018 is the world's largest corrosion conference and exposition and UTComp is excited to a contributor. Opportunities to meet and talk with UTComp at CORROSION 2018: Booth 447 in the Composites Pavillion Geoff Clarkson will be speaking Sunday April 15 at … [Read more...] about See us at NACE CORROSION 2018 April 15-19!
Preventing failures and optimizing the service life of any structure is the result of a balance between the service loads applied and the actual capacity of the structure. This is the basis of Fitness for Service or Suitability for Service evaluation. Failure modes relate only to the way that … [Read more...] about Damage mechanisms in FRP