Meet Our Metallurgy and Applied Mechanics Team
WJE’s Metallurgy and Applied Mechanics unit is a team of industry-leading experts with extensive experience providing engineering solutions related to design optimization and evaluation of in-service damage and forensic investigation of failures. We routinely leverage our extensive knowledge of materials behavior, degradation, and failure modes in conjunction with advanced analysis techniques to assess structural response due to complex mechanical, thermal-structural, or fluid-structural interaction scenarios. We provide dedicated engineering support and specialized testing services for all sectors across the energy market to ensure mechanical integrity, extend the service life of equipment, and protect life and the environment.
SOLUTIONS FOR THE PRESSURIZED WORLD
- Metallurgical consulting and testing
- Fracture mechanics assessment and fitness for service
- Nonlinear finite element analysis
- Materials and analytical modeling
- Metallurgical failure analysis
- Downstream and process industries
- Upstream oil and gas
Developed in-house, WJE CrackCalc™ is a software package that provides users the ability to perform fracture mechanics calculations using the methods described in API 579 / ASME FFS-1 Part 9 at much higher speeds and with more customizable options than previously available commercially.
Our Janney Technical Center’s 70,000-square-foot testing and applied research facility includes a full array of chemistry, petrography, metallurgy, concrete and mortar, corrosion, and structural testing laboratories as well as environmental exposure chambers.
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