11 a.m., July 26, 2020
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This online Forum will be on the topic of:
“Darn! Why’d Dat Break Down?”
Things break. Sometimes, especially in industry, we need to know the WHY, HOW, WHEN, RATE, etc. of those failures. George Licina will describe the why, how, and some details of how he thinks failure analyses should be approached, along with examples of failures from over the years.
George has worked in the power industry since 1972. He is a recognized expert in the area of microbiologically influenced corrosion, is the author of the two Sourcebooks for MIC in Nuclear Power Plants, and an inventor of the BI○GEORGE™ electrochemical system for on-line monitoring of biofilm formation. He has authored more than seventy five publications in the open literature and four patents.
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