Progress Reports & Updates November 12, 2019
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1) When, under what circumstances are composite systems used?
    Primary repair system [9 votes]
    Secondary system used when primary can not be used [9 votes]
    Combination of the above [20 votes]
 
3) Estimate the total number of composite repairs that will be used in the next 12 months?
    None [3 votes]
    1 - 10 repairs [10 votes]
    11 - 25 repairs [7 votes]
    26 - 50 repairs [7 votes]
    51 - 75 repairs [1 vote]
    76 - 100 repairs [1 vote]
    More than 100 repairs [4 votes]
 
4) Do your composite repair procedures allow for the repair of the following pipe geometries?
    Straight pipe [31 votes]
    Elbows [20 votes]
    Tees [17 votes]
    Field bends [18 votes]
    Others [1 vote]
 
5) How many repairs, other than composites and cut out, have been performed in the last 12 months? (For example: steel sleeves)
    None [4 votes]
    1 - 10 repairs [12 votes]
    11 - 25 repairs [4 votes]
    26 - 50 repairs [2 votes]
    51 - 75 repairs [1 vote]
    76 - 100 repairs [2 votes]
    More than 100 repairs [8 votes]
 
6) Which of the following anomaly type repairs are not permitted by your company using composite materials?
    Corrosion [3 votes]
    Metal loss [3 votes]
    Dents [4 votes]
    Corrosion in dents [10 votes]
    Gouges [7 votes]
    Dents with gouges [10 votes]
    Longitudinal weld seams [14 votes]
    Girth weld seams [15 votes]
    Corrosion in girth or seam welds [13 votes]
    Wrinkle bends [11 votes]
    Hard spots [8 votes]
    Others [4 votes]
 
7) Does your company have a maintenance inspection protocol for composite repairs?
    Yes [11 votes]
    No [21 votes]
 
8) If you answered YES to the above question, how many composite repairs have been inspected in the last 12 months?
    1 - 5 repairs [28 votes]
    6 - 19 repairs [1 vote]
    11 - 25 repairs [1 vote]
    More than 25 repairs [3 votes]
 
10) How many total composite repairs have been removed by your company?
    None [17 votes]
    1 - 5 repairs [13 votes]
    6 - 19 repairs
    11 - 25 repairs [1 vote]
    More than 25 repairs [2 votes]
 
11) If you answered YES to the above question, why were the composite repairs removed?
    Considered temporary [12 votes]
    Failed in service for one of the following reasons: [3 votes]
Corrosion leak from under repair
Other leak from under repair
Rupture
Disbonding on composite material [3 votes]
    Others [4 votes]
 
07/12/2010
On Wednesday, June 23, 2010 Stress Engineering hosted a Composite Repair for Plants workshop. Click here for details and copies of the presentations.
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