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Composite Repairs for Tanks: An Update from API 653
This TEC talk will go into the special design and needs of repairing tanks with composite materials, as well as give an update on the latest addendum to the API 653 standard which was just release this past May 2020. Design and installation considerations will be reviewed as well as some relevant industry case studies on successful usage. Join us as we discuss how this changes the game for composites used to repair tank from an industry standard allowance.

Aug 18, 2020 09:00 AM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Casey Whalen
Global Engineering Manager @CSNRI
Graduated with a BS & MS in Aerospace Engineering, Casey has been serving the Oil & Gas Industry since 2012 through composite design engineering. As an active member of the ASME PCC-2 subcommittee, he has been working on expanding the use and acceptance of composite repairs with programs such as crack repairs in transmission pipelines. He currently sits as the Global Engineering Manager for CSNRI enhancing our Engineering capabilities across the world.
Tim Mally
Sales Manager- Pipeline @CSNRI
Tim Mally, CSNRI Sales Manager- Pipeline, has worked in engineering and sales roles in the composite repair industry for 9 years. He has worked to advance composite repair testing, validation, education, and awareness within the oil and gas industry, and has authored 15 conference and journal papers and articles to date. Tim holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering and is a member of the ASME Mid-Continent Chapter, Tulsa Pipeliners Club, and the Composite Repair Users Group.