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Symposium on Elevated Temperature Applications of Materials for Fossil,
Nuclear, and Petrochemical Industries

Crowne Plaza Seattle / Seattle, WA

SYMPOSIUM
April 3-5, 2018

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The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) is sponsoring the Symposium on Elevated Temperature Applications of Materials for Fossil, Nuclear, and Petrochemical Industries April 3-5, 2018 in Seattle, Washington, at the Crowne Plaza Seattle.

This symposium will provide a unique opportunity for those involved in the fossil, nuclear, and petrochemical industries, standards development organizations and government, and those interested members of the public to come together for a professional exchange of information. The focus will be on how best to develop new and/or revise and upgrade current design, fabrication and construction practices of pressure equipment such as boilers, pressure vessels and piping components that will operate at elevated temperatures where materials will be subject to creep, creep-fatigue, embrittlement, and environmental effects..

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Professional Development Hours

Registered attendees may receive a Certificate from ASME following the workshop that awards Professional Development Hours for attendance at all sessions over the course of the event. Those receiving Certificates will need to confer with their individual state licensing agencies to determine whether or not they accept these units as meeting their requirements for licensed Professional Engineers.

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