Pipeline Geohazard Evaluation (previously recorded live training)

  • Author: Technical
  • Level: Advanced
  • Study time: 6 hrs.
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Course overview
**This is a previously recorded virtual training.**

(Video Only. No PDH available)

This course will focus on various types of geohazard that can affect a pipeline and assessment of the effect of geohazard on pipeline integrity.

Assessment of pipeline subjected to geohazard, mitigation, and monitoring will be briefly discussed.
  • Video time: 6 hours

Dr. Benjamin Zand, PhD, P.E.

Scientific Computation and Engineering Consulting, Instructor at Technical Toolboxes.
ABOUT Dr. Benjamin Zand, PhD, P.E.
Dr. Zand has 20 years of experience in geotechnical engineering, geohazard assessment, stress analysis, pipeline integrity assessment, mechanics of composite material, and mathematical modeling. His experience includes stress and vibration analysis and monitoring for oil and gas transport pipelines and facility piping. Dr. Zand has assisted pipeline operators with geohazard problems such as longwall mining subsidence, ground movement, sinkholes, earthquakes, and fault crossings.
Dr. Zand has developed mitigation and monitoring programs for pipelines subjected to various geohazard conditions. He has assessed numerous pipelines subjected to vibration and cyclic loading from blast and construction. After working with Kiefner & Associates, Inc. from 2012 to 2019, he began a position at RSI Pipeline Solutions, LLC. He has also served as an instructor for the Rock Mechanics course at Ohio State University.