Mon, 31 January, 2022
A selection of six of the best bits from our MSc in Structural Integrity (Asset Reliability Management) that set it apart.
There are 6 key features of our MSc in Structural Integrity (Asset Reliability Management) with Brunel University London that enhance the programme when compared with similar courses.
Postgraduate study opportunities with the National Structural Integrity Research Centre (NSIRC) and Brunel University at TWI in Cambridge are unlike more traditional MSc programmes offered in the United Kingdom or worldwide.
Together, NSIRC, Brunel and TWI have created a full-time masters degrees that focus on industrial need for urgent research, and the ambitions of academia for novel research.
UK and international students are traditionally attracted to Structural Integrity MSc degrees through the knowledge students gain on subjects around structural failure, fracture mechanics, inspection and maintenance. But alongside these traditional aspects, this masters of science degree is able to offer much more...
Accreditation from Renowned Organisations
IMechE, IOM3 (Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining) and The Welding Institute accredited programme provides flexibility to support your career development via CEng registration.
Career Enhancing Certification Opportunities
Study for professional qualifications in parallel with your degree (CSWIP - Certification Scheme for Personnel option to meet partial registration requirements for Plant Inspection and NDT).
Real World Conditions
Practical training for in-field ultrasonic thickness (UT) measurements on a full-scale pipe loop with various defects.
Industry-Focus Training and Software Access
Training in industry standard software, including Simulia, ABAQUS, MATLAB and industry standard codes developed by TWI, CrackWise (fracture and fatigue assessment) and IntegrWise (fitness for service assessment for ageing equipment).
Research Facilities of Global Significance
Access to joint testing facilities across Brunel University in Cambridge and NSIRC, which includes mechanical and fatigue testing under different environmental conditions, robotic welding, additive manufacturing, NDT inspection and material evaluation (through 4D tomography and microscopy facilities).
Industry Standard Computing Capabilities
On-site High Performance Computing (HPC) facilities to support experimental testing.
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