Group Manager – Asset and Fracture Integrity Management
Years Professional Experience: 15 years
Shervin has worked at TWI, Cambridge since the beginning of 2008. Previously he worked at TWI offices in South East Asia and the Middle East as project lead engineer for two years working on risk‑based assessment, fitness‑for-service and failure investigations on different plants.
His current activities include managing the Asset and Fracture Integrity Management Group and leading structural integrity projects both for fitness-for-service and risk-based inspection assessment for pressure systems operating in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries, power plants, steel manufacturing and structures; responsible to deliver the projects at high level of technical quality within the desired time frame and budget. He has extensive experience in managing large scale and long-term integrity projects in energy sector.
He also carried out a wide range of research activities together with Imperial College London mainly on creep crack growth and creep-fatigue interaction crack growth in supercritical power plants.
Member of Institute of Mechanical Engineers
PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Imperial College London
Relevant Experience / Expertise:
Member of API 580/581 committee
Member of BS7910 committee
Structural Integrity of Pressure equipment
Risk Based Inspection
Engineering Critical Assessment
Design of pressure equipment
Fatigue and fracture assessments