Each time LPI, Inc. has an interesting article written about its work and employees, we feature it here in our News Listing for all of our site visitors and clients to view. Enjoy!
Fatigue Usage Life and Gradient Factors for ASME Class 1 Piping Fatigue Analyses
Long-term Evaluation Findings of In-Pavement Runway Light Fixture Assemblies
LPI’s Tom Esselman co-authors article on data-centric configuration management in the April 2015 issue of Nuclear News.
Cortec Group Announces the Acquisition of Vidaris and LPI, Inc.
LPI's Australia Office Moves to New Facility
Scott Lieberman joins LPI's New York office
Adriaan DeVilliers joins LPI's new Florida office
LPI, Inc. opens Sydney, Australia Office
LPI is pleased to announce that Joseph Amorosi has joined our firm's New York office as a Senior Mechanical Engineer
LPI is pleased to announce that Alfred Chock has joined our firm's Massachusetts office in Amesbury as a Principal Engineer.
LPI engineers recently completed deterministic and probabilistic fitness-for-service analyses of buried high pressure piping containing weld flaws.
LPI, in support of Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) recently completed a technical causal analysis associated with the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in Japan, following the earthquake and resulting tsunami of March 11, 2011 .
LPI engineers, Cara Winter and Andrew Smyth, presented the results of mass transit 3rd rail support bracket evaluation at the 5th annual ASME Rail Transportation Division Fall Technical Conference (FTC) in Minneapolis in September
LPI is pleased to announce that we have opened an office in Richland, Washington.
LPI is performing work with EPRI, the DOE, and Constellation Energy Nuclear Group (CENG) on the long term performance of containment structures.
LPI recently completed a design modification for a buried piping replacement project for a drain line previously found to have leaked trace amounts of tritium
John Mills joined the New York office in January. Originally from Pittsburgh, he studied at Cornell University as an undergraduate and MIT for his Ph.D., both in Materials Science and Engineering. His research background focuses on mechanical properties,
LPI updates our website - it hasn't been 125 years since we released our first website, but an update has been long overdue.
Sri K. Sinha, LPI's Director, Plant Improvements and Asset Management was elected an ASME Fellow, as recognition of his long and outstanding career.
Dave Baxter, a structural engineer is currently providing support to the design and construction team for the Port Authority Transportation Hub structures at the World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan.
At LPI, we use a variety of such programs to tackle a diverse group of client projects that may involve failure investigations, anomalous operational conditions, or new design.
Erosion–corrosion is a complex material degradation mechanism involving mechanical erosion and electrochemical corrosion.
LPI's reputation for providing reliable fitness-for-service skills to clients is well known. Perhaps less well known, however, but equally a core service it offers to clients, is LPI's ability to enter a product's design cycle early on and provide expert
Integrated Life Cycle Management model developed by LPI, Inc.
LPI was requested to perform an engineering evaluation of a fractured expander wheel to determine the root cause of failure and corrective actions required to prevent future failures.
LPI Principal Joseph Crosson, P.E. was included in a profile of the original classes of Certified Welding Inspectors (CWI) featured in the February 2016 issue of Inspection Trends, a magazine published by the American Welding Society (AWS).
Sri K. Sam Sinha, P.E., Managing Director of LPI Inc., has been appointed as a member of ASME Board on Pressure Technology Codes and Standards for a term effective January 2016 through June of 2020.