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Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA)

This is a systematic process of identifying the factors that caused a failure and the actions that can be taken to prevent or mitigate future failures. RCFA can help you improve the reliability and performance of your equipment, reduce maintenance costs, and enhance safety.

Replica Metallography

This is a non-destructive technique of obtaining the microstructure of a metal or alloy without damaging the original specimen. Replica metallography can be used to evaluate the condition of in-service components, such as welds, heat-affected zones, coatings, and corrosion products.

Corrosion Damage Assessment

This is a comprehensive evaluation of the extent and severity of corrosion damage on a material or structure. Corrosion damage assessment can help you determine the root cause of corrosion, the remaining life of the component, the risk of failure, and the best remedial actions.

Reverse Engineering

This is a process of analyzing the design and functionality of a product or system by taking it apart and examining its components. Reverse engineering can help you understand how something works, improve its performance, or create a new product based on an existing one.

Remaining Life Assessment (RLA)

This is a method of estimating the remaining useful life of a component or system based on its current condition, operating history, and expected future conditions. RLA can help you optimize the maintenance and replacement schedules, extend the service life, and reduce the risk of failure.

Fatigue Life Estimation

This is a technique of predicting the number of cycles or hours that a component or system can withstand before it fails due to fatigue. Fatigue life estimation can help you design and select materials that can resist fatigue, evaluate the effect of loading and environmental conditions, and prevent premature failures.

Fitness for Service (FFS)

This is an assessment of the ability of a component or system to continue to operate safely and reliably in its current or intended service. FFS can help you evaluate the impact of defects, damage, or degradation on the structural integrity, functionality, and performance of the component or system.

Creep Damage Assessment

This is an evaluation of the degree and distribution of creep damage on a material or structure. Creep damage assessment can help you identify the factors that influence creep, measure the creep strain and rupture life, and determine the best repair or replacement options.

Structural Integrity Assessment (SIA)

This is a process of ensuring that a structure can withstand the applied loads and environmental conditions without failure or excessive deformation. SIA can help you verify the design and construction of the structure, monitor its condition and performance, and detect and prevent potential failures.

Trainings in Specialized Areas

These are customized courses and workshops that provide you with the knowledge and skills to perform various services related to materials engineering, failure analysis, and structural integrity. Specialized trainings can help you enhance your technical competence, professional development, and career advancement.

Material Advisory

This is a service that provides you with expert advice and guidance on the selection, testing, and application of materials for your specific needs and requirements. Material advisory can help you choose the best materials for your project, optimize their properties and performance, and solve any material-related problems.