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Shaft Fatigue Failures – Part II

Note:  This blog is a continuation from the previous article from Becht Engineering, “Shaft Fatigue Failures – Part I”.  It is suggested that the reader review “Shaft Fatigue Failures – Part I” before proceeding with this article.  Click Here to view Part I. Before getting into the calculation methods, first a quick refresher on high […]

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New Method for Prioritizing Equipment for Inspection and Replacement in HTHA Service

Gerrit Buchheim, Manager of the Pono Division of Becht Engineering, has developed a practical and simple-to-use approach to prioritizing the inspection and replacement of equipment in High Temperature Hydrogen Attack (HTHA) service.  This approach utilizes the existing and accepted “Nelson Curve”, but adapts it to better fit the realized operating conditions at an individual facility, […]

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Inspection Planner Position Helps Lead to Turnaround Success

Providing “Best in Class” risk based fixed equipment turnaround inspection planning entails a four phase workflow process to scope, plan, execute and evergreen inspection plans to cost effectively mitigate a client’s regulatory and business risk. Becht Engineering has successfully completed piloting  the, “Inspection Planners Position” to bridge gaps inherent in developing and executing inspection plans […]

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