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Joint Industry Projects

See Also: Research & Development, Technology Development

Joint Industry Projects (JIPs) are one of the most successful formats for guiding research projects. The input of the end-users involved and the practical nature of the projects means that, when performed by the right people, the outcomes shape industry behaviour in years to come.

If you have a topic that is causing your company problems (costing you $) and have little or no money set aside to resolve it, then a JIP may be the best chance of getting a solution.

With previous experience in putting together and completing JIPs, we are more than happy to listen to your needs, develop the workscope with you, establish the project protocol and cost estimate and then actively seek global industry partners to bring the project into reality.

We work with leading universities in various fields worldwide, if required, to ensure the best solutions are obtained with the minimum amount of expenditure.

Current JIP opportunities in the active sponsor recruitment phase are:

  • Bolt / nut corrosion limit project (Stage #2), defining the levels of acceptable corrosion for standard flanges (see full description)
  • Tensioner load loss factor project (Stage #2), defining the load loss factors required for tensioning joints in 2 and 3 passes, including different gasket types and materials (see full description)

If you have a topic of interest and would like to organize a JIP, please submit a brief description of your JIP proposal below and we will contact you to discuss further.

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