Crack the Code: Stress Corrosion Cracking Demystified
October 4, 2023
Corrosion is an issue that affects myriad industries, perhaps most notably, energy, manufacturing, mining and transportation. The Association for Materials Protection and Performance (AMPP) released their 2021 IMPACT study which estimated an annual cost of $63 Billion for corrosion-related failures, the origin of which can be traced back to errors in design, construction, operation, and maintenance. This is a major concern for insurers, and it is critical to understand it to effectively assess and manage risk in these industries, reduce liability and pursue subrogation.
In this webinar, we will delve into the world of Stress Corrosion Cracking (SSC). We will be looking at causes, consequences, common locations and situations, while also reviewing case studies as we undertake to demystify SCC.
All Attendees Will Receive a Completion Certificate
Accredited in Manitoba. Alberta and Saskatchewan Pending. Eligible for CE Credits in British Columbia.
- Insurance Adjusters
- Risk Managers
Paul Emadi, Ph.d., P.Eng.
Paul is a Materials and Mechanical Engineer specializing in forensic failure analysis. He is well-versed in methods used for materials testing and analysis and has in-depth knowledge of metallurgical sample preparation and microstructure characterization techniques. His experience also includes automotive product design, testing, and failure analysis. Paul has an extensive research background and publication record in the areas of physical metallurgy, metalcasting, and advanced processing of light metals, and has made several research and development contributions to the materials science and engineering field.