Engineering Structural Integrity

A collection of activities developed in association with FESI to highlight the importance of structural integrity

Engineering structural integrity brings together the fields of materials science, structural engineering and many other disciplines to analyse whether a structure is fit for purpose.  This could be anything that experiences loading during use, from a complex, multi-component structure like a bridge to a single component such as a bolt. 

IOM3 is pleased to be collaborating with FESI (Forum in Engineering Structural Integrity) on a number of initiatives which highlight some of the latest developments and demonstrate the importance of structural integrity.


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Critical Structural Integrity Challenges for Wind Energy in the UK

Exploring the materials and structural integrity challenges facing this growing industry

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Who are the lectures aimed at?

These lectures for anyone working in science and engineering with an interest in how structures and components behave during operation.

How can I view the lectures?

To view a lecture, simply click on the relevant link below.  This will allow you to register to watch the lecture at a time to suit you.

Is there a charge to watch the lectures?

Members of IOM3 or FESI and subscribers to module 2 of our Business Partner Programme can watch these lectures for free.  For non-members, there is a nominal charge of £20 (+VAT at 20% where applicable) for each lecture.