Issue 5 - Fall 2011

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What’s New

A Message from the Senior Vice President of Standards & Certification

ASME Standards & Certification Senior Vice President Kenneth Balkey

Dear Colleagues,

My three-year term as Senior Vice President of Standards & Certification began this past June, and I am deeply honored and humbled to now lead an organization that has a long history of bringing diverse interests together in order to address significant – and often complex – technical challenges facing mankind.

As an enterprise, ASME has identified three strategic areas - energy, global impact, and workforce development. Completing initiatives in these areas will require a sustained, long-term focus, and the development and implementation of standards, conformity assessment programs, and related training courses will surely play an important role.

These areas were quite relevant during the most recent ASME Council on Standards and Certification meeting, which was held in Brussels, Belgium on October 12, 2011. While various S&C boards and committees periodically meet outside of North America, it marked a first for the Council. At the margins of the Council meeting, volunteers and staff met with representatives from the U.S. Mission to the EU, officials from the European Commission, and staff and consultants from the European Committee on Standardization (CEN). These meetings helped S&C leaders gain a better understanding of the needs and priorities of key markets, raise awareness of common standardization issues, and explore new ways of potential collaboration, including topics related to energy efficiency and workforce challenges. At the same time, other S&C groups were conducting codes and standards meetings and workshops in Korea and China, and some ASME members were getting ready to travel to Japan to address post-Fukushima efforts. It is apparent that there is increasing interest in ASME standards activities around the world, and more and more ASME standards meetings and workshops are being conducted in locations that best serve the needs of our stakeholders.

Scaling products, services, and resources to facilitate global relevance is not a small undertaking for any organization. Fortunately, ASME Standards & Certification has been very successful to date in meeting this challenge. ASME's core principles of openness and inclusion are well recognized and well respected; our volunteer membership has grown to include over 4,800 members, with the fastest growing demographic being from outside the United States. Within the past decade, ASME has opened offices in Brussels, Belgium; Delhi, India and Beijing, China; electronic tools have been developed to provide information to certificate holders and to enable participation in the standards development process 24/7/365 regardless of geographic location; and flexible membership structures have been created in order to maximize stakeholder participation.

It is truly an honor and privilege to work with all of you in providing standards and certification programs for the benefit of humanity. Please read the articles in the ASME Standards and Certification Update to learn of our collective and united progress, and please feel free to forward this newsletter to your colleagues who may wish to become more engaged with our activities.

A heartfelt thank you to all for your continued dedicated and devoted efforts!

Most Sincerely,

Kenneth R. Balkey, P.E.
Senior Vice President, ASME Standards & Certification (2011-2014)
November 2011

Revised ISO Standard on Pipe Flanges Includes Normative References to ASME

ISO 7005-1, Pipe Flanges- Part 1-Steel Flanges for Industrial and General Service Piping Systems, establishes requirements for pipe flanges suitable for general purpose and industrial applications including chemical process industries, electric power generating industries, petroleum and natural gas industries and is applicable to flanges within facilities engaged in the processing or handling of a wide variety of fluids, including steam, pressurized water and chemical, petroleum, natural gas or related products.

Revised in July, 2011, the latest edition of ISO 7005-1 recognizes the growing global usage of ASME standards by including normative references to the latest editions of ASME B16.5 Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings and B16.47 Large Diameter Steel Flanges. Other references to ASME standards within ISO 7005-1 include B36.10M for class series flange design, PCC-1 for general installation and maintenance guidance, and B16.20 and B16.21 for gaskets for pipe flanges.

ASME's Executive Director Supports ANSI's Standards Boost Business Initiative

With businesses continually searching for ways to increase their competitiveness, ANSI has undertaken a new initiative aimed at highlighting the value of standards to industry, government, and consumers. Dubbed “Standards Boost Business”, the initiative includes numerous case studies that describe how companies, organizations, and government agencies are relying upon strategic standardization to meet their goals by streamline processes, trim costs, earn and maintain market access, and boost their bottom line.

Thomas Loughlin, executive director of ASME, was one of several key individuals interviewed by ANSI and invited to offer his perspective. A preview of the interviews - which will be posted on the Standards Boost Business website - was presented at the U.S. celebration of World Standards Day on October 13 in Washington, D.C.
To learn more about the value of standards, visit www.standardsboostbusiness.org.

Standards Technology LLC Initiates Four New Energy-Related Projects

ASME’s Standards Technology LLC, which conducts research projects essential to developers of technical standards, has initiated new projects including development of creep-fatigue and “design by analysis” rules for Section I (Power Boilers) of the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code; development of common rules for Section VIII (Pressure Vessels) of the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code; conducting a gap analysis for concentrating solar power standards; and establishing non-destructive examination criteria for nuclear concrete containments .

For more information, contact Gita Sheth at +1.212.591.7865.

Thomas Pastor, Mahendra Rana, to be Recognized at International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition

Thomas Pastor

Thomas P. Pastor, P.E., vice president at HSB Global Standards (Hartford, Conn.), and Mahendra D. Rana, P.E., engineering fellow at Praxair (Tonawanda, NY) will be honored by ASME at the International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition (IMECHE) on November 14 in Denver, Colorado.

Pastor will be receiving the 2012 Melvin R. Green Codes and Standards Medal - Standards & Certification's most prestigious award - in recognition of his extraordinary leadership and tireless efforts in the development of market relevant standards products, the implementation of effective organizational and process enhancements, and in advancing the acceptance of ASME codes and standards and conformity assessment programs worldwide.

An ASME Fellow, Pastor has over 30 years of experience working in the areas of stress analysis and pressure vessel design and is a highly regarded instructor. He has authored numerous technical papers on the subject of stress analysis and ASME code development and currently serves on the Council on Standards and Certification, the Board on Pressure Technology Codes and Standards, and the Committee on Pressure Vessels. Pastor received a PTCS Dedicated Service Award in 2002 and ASME's J. Hall Taylor Medal in 2006.

Rana, also an ASME Fellow, will be receiving the 2011 J. Hall Taylor Medal in recognition of his professionalism and leadership in consensus building of codes and standards for pressure equipment and for technical excellence in investigation, understanding and advancement of codes and standards for pressure vessel technology. His ASME standards committee activities include service as a member of the Board on Pressure Technology Codes and Standards, the Committee on Pressure Vessels, the Committee on Transport Tanks, the ASME/API Joint Committee on Fitness for Service, the Boiler and Pressure Vessel Project Team on Hydrogen Tanks, the B31.12 Committee on Hydrogen Piping and Pipelines, and numerous subcommittees.

Committee on Cranes and Related Equipment Announces Several Awards

B30 Chair Larry Means (Means Engineering and Consulting), left, presents Daniel Wolff (National Crane/Manitowoc Crane Group) with ASME's Board on Safety Codes and Standards Safety Medal.
Brad Closson (CRAFT Forensic Services) poses with his 2012 Dedicated Service Award. Pictured with Closson (l-r) are B30 Vice Chair Michael Parnell (Industrial Training International), B30 Member Eric Fidler (Manitowoc Crane Group), and B30 Member Ted Blanton (North American Crane Bureau).

Dan Wolff, a staff engineer for National Crane/Manitowoc Crane Group (Waverley, NE), was awarded the ASME Safety Codes and Standards Safety Medal, the highest award given by the Board on Safety Codes and Standards, during the September 2011 B30 meetings in Minneapolis, MN. Wolff was recognized for his many years of dedicated and active service on the B30 Committee and subcommittees; most notably, Mr. Wolff led a recent effort to completely revise ASME B30.22 Articulating Boom Cranes.

Also in Minneapolis, Brad Closson, principal of CRAFT Forensic Services (Bonita, CA), was presented with the 2012 ASME Standards & Certification Dedicated Service Award. Selected by the Chair of the Council on Standards & Certification, Closson was recognized for his dedicated voluntary service to the Society, marked by outstanding performance, demonstrated effective leadership, prolonged and committed service, devotion, enthusiasm, and faithfulness. 

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New and Revised Publications

A112.18.9-2011 Protectors/Insulators for Exposed Waste and Supplies on Accessible Fixtures 9/30/11

A first edition standard, A112.18.9 provides material and performance specifications and criteria for use of protectors/insulators for exposed waste and supplies for public/commercial and private/residential buildings.

B31.8S-2010 Gestión de Integridad de Sistemas de Gasoductos 6/25/11

Este Código se aplica a los sistemas de tuberías en tierra (costa adentro) construidos con materiales ferrosos y que transportan gas, incluyendo la tubería, válvulas, unidades compresoras, accesorios, bridas (incluyendo pernos y empaquetaduras), reguladores, aberturas fijadas a los tubos, estaciones de medición, estaciones de regulación de presión y otras estructuras ensambladas al igual que otros artefactos unidos a la tubería. Los principios y procesos plasmados en la gestión de integridad son aplicables a todos los sistemas de tubería. Este Código se diseñó específicamente para proporcionarle al operador (según lo definido en la sección 13) la información necesaria para desarrollar e implementar un programa eficaz de gestión de integridad, utilizando prácticas y procedimientos reconocidos de la industria. Los procesos y consideraciones dentro de este Código son aplicables a todo el sistema de tuberías.

MFC-26-2011 Measurement of Gas Flow by Bellmouth Inlet Flowmeters 8/1/11

A first edition standard, MFC-26 outlines the general geometry and methods of use of bellmouth inlet flowmeters to determine the mass or volumetric flow rate of the gas or gas mixture flowing through the device. It also gives necessary information for calculating the flow rate and its associated uncertainty.

A17.3-2011 Safety Code for Existing Elevators and Escalators 8/26/11

A17.3 serves as a basis for state and local jurisdictional authorities in adopting retroactive requirements for existing elevators and escalators.

CSA B44.1-11/A17.5-2011 Elevator and Escalator Electrical Equipment 8/17/11

Developed jointly with the Canadian Standards Association, this standard applies to the electrical equipment for elevators, escalators, moving walks, dumbwaiters, and material lifts, including elevating devices for persons with physical disabilities.

B16.3-2011 Malleable Iron Threaded Fittings: Classes 150 and 300 10/10/11

Covers malleable iron threaded fittings, Classes 150 and 300. It also contains provisions for using steel for caps and couplings in Class 150 for NPS 3/8 and smaller. This standard includes: (a) pressure-temperature ratings (b) size and method of designating openings of reducing fittings (c) marking (d) material (e) dimensions and tolerances (f) threading (g) coatings.

B16.4-2011 Gray Iron Threaded Fittings: Classes 125 and 250 9/15/11

Standard for gray iron threaded fittings, Classes 125 and 250 covers: (a) pressure-temperature ratings (b) size and method of designating openings of reducing fittings (c) marking (d) material (e) dimensions and tolerances (f) threading, and (g) coatings.

B16.15-2011 Cast Copper Alloy Threaded Fittings: Classes 125 and 250 9/14/11

Covers cast Class 125 and 250 copper alloy threaded pipe fittings with provisions for substituting wrought copper alloys for plugs, bushings, caps, and couplings in small sized sizes. This Standard includes: (a) pressure-temperature ratings (b) size and method of designating openings of reducing pipe fittings (c) marking requirements (d) minimum requirements for casting quality and materials (e) dimensions and tolerances in SI (metric) and U.S. Customary units (f) threading requirements (g) pressure test requirements.

B16.26-2011 Cast Copper Alloy Fittings for Flared Copper Tubes 10/7/11

Establishes specifications for cast copper alloy fittings and nuts used with flared seamless copper tube conforming to ASTM B 88 (water and general plumbing systems), including requirements for: (a) pressure rating;(b) size; (c) marking; (d) material; (e) dimensions; (f) threading and (g) hydrostatic testing.

B16.47-2011 Large Diameter Steel Flanges: NPS 26 through NPS 60 Metric/Inch Standard 10/20/11

Covers pressure-temperature ratings, materials, dimensions, tolerances, marking, and testing for pipe flanges in sizes NPS 26 through NPS 60 and in ratings Classes 75, 150, 300, 400, 600, and 900. Flanges may be cast, forged, or plate (for blind flanges only) materials, as listed in Table 1A. Requirements and recommendations regarding bolting and gaskets are also included.

B18.13.1M-2011 Screw and Washer Assemblies: SEMS (Metric Series) 10/21/11

Published in metric units, this standard covers general and dimensional data pertinent to various types of screw and captive washer assemblies, otherwise known as sems.

B30.7-2011 Winches (Formerly Titled Base-Mounted Drum Hoists) 8/5/11

Formerly titled Base-Mounted Drum Hoists, B30.7 applies to the construction, installation, operation, inspection, testing and maintenance of winches arranged for mounting on a foundation or other supporting structure for moving loads and includes those typically used in industrial, construction and maritime applications.  The requirements included in this volume apply to winches that are powered by internal combustion engines, electric motors, compressed air or hydraulics and that utilize drums and rope.

B30.23-2011 Personnel Lifting Systems 10/6/11

B30.23 applies to hoisting and accessory equipment that is used to lift, lower, or transport personnel in a platform, by wire rope or chain, from hoist equipment, or by a platform that is mounted on a boom of hoist equipment.

PTC 6.2-2011 Steam Turbines in Combined Cycles 10/21/11

A performance test code for steam turbines in combined cycles, PTC 6.2 contains rules and procedures for the conduct and reporting of steam turbine testing, including requirements for pretest arrangements, testing techniques, instrumentation, methods of measurement, and methods for calculating test results and uncertainty. The code has been updated to amplify the section on degradation; provides more guidance on correlated and uncorrelated uncertainty; addresses stability criteria – such as off-design limits of pressure and temperature; provides an expanded appendix on determining packing leakage flow; and strengthens many of its guiding principles.

Y14.43-2011 Dimensioning and Tolerancing Principles for Gages and Fixtures 8/22/11

Y14.43 presents design practices for dimensioning and tolerancing of gages and fixtures used for the verification of Maximum Material Condition (MMC) size envelopes and Virtual Condition boundaries generated by Geometric Tolerances controlled at Maximum Material Condition (MMC) and datum features controlled at Maximum Material Boundary (MMB).  These practices represent examples of product definitions allowed by ASME Y14.5. Y14.43 shows the practical embodiment of the theory displayed in Y14.5 by illustrating how workpieces can be fixtured and gaged for tolerance verification.

See full listing of recently published standards

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Global Outreach

Council on Standards & Certification Conducts Meeting, Outreach, in Europe

Council on Standards and Certification Member and Vice President of New Development Donald Frikken poses outside the European Commission's Office of Energy.
Council on Standards and Certification Members Lou Bialy (Otis Elevator), Ken Balkey (Westinghouse/University of Pittsburgh), Donald Frikken (Becht Engineering), and Richard Swayne (Reedy Engineering) following meetings with the European Committee for Standardization.

ASME's Council on Standards and Certification held a meeting in Brussels, Belgium on October 12, 2011, marking the first time the Council has met outside North America. The meeting was held in Brussels - the political epicenter of the European Union - in order to raise awareness of ASME's activities in a vital market, as well as to engage strategic stakeholders and potential collaborators.

During the Council meeting, speakers were brought in from organizations including the U.S. Mission to the European Union, the World Trade Organization, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the World Nuclear Association, the European Committee for Standardization (CEN), and the U.S. Commercial Service.

On the margins of the Council meeting, Standards & Certification volunteers and staff conducted meetings with key offices within the European Commission and CEN to discuss policy and standardization issues in order to help ensure that ASME's standards and conformity assessment programs are technically aligned with, and accepted as equivalent to, other relevant standards within the European Union and elsewhere around the globe.

ASME Standard on Bioprocessing Equipment (BPE) Makes Inroads in China

As a testament to its growing acceptance in the global pharmaceutical industry – specifically in China -- ASME's standard on Bioprocessing Equipment (BPE) was the subject of a special workshop held during the China International Pharmaceutical Industry Exhibition (ChinaPharm) which took place October 25-28 at the New International Expo Center China in Shanghai.

Now in its sixteenth year, ChinaPharm attracts more than 20,000 attendees and 550 exhibitors. The BPE Standard workshop, held on Oct. 27 was led by Jay Ankers, chair of the BPE Committee, and Marc Pelletier, vice-chair of the committee.

The BPE Committee expects that the workshop at ChinaPharm will lead to other activities and opportunities for ASME to disseminate information about the standard in China. China now holds an ASME BPE Delegate Position, with voting responsibilities on the ASME BPE's Standard committee. This BPE delegation goal is to meet with industry leaders and regulatory agencies throughout China and develop cooperative activities between these groups and ASME.

To find out more about ASME's bioprocessing equipment committee and certification activities, visit www.go.asme.org/BPE.

Members Sought for Committee on Spanish Translation of A17 Elevator and Escalator Code

Incorpórate al Nuevo Comité de Traducción de las normas ASME A17 – Elevadores y Escaleras Eléctricas Actualmente ASME está en el proceso de incorporar un comité para la traducción de las normas A17 - Elevadores y Escaleras Eléctricas. Si eres un profesional capacitado y usas las normas ASME A17, participa en este comité y forma parte de un grupo exclusivo de expertos mundiales que trabajan en las traducciones de normas ASME al español. Los beneficios incluyen

El proceso de participación es fácil, completa los formularios requeridos y provee un Currículo Vitae (CV), el formulario de membresía general es el PF-1 y se encuentra en esta página web  http://cstools.asme.org/csconnect/public/NewProspect.cfm incluye el nombre de “ASME Committee on A17 Standards in Spanish” en la área de “Applicable Committee” y escoje al señor Umberto D’Urso dentro del área de "ASME Staff Contact(s)”.

  • Reconocimiento a ti y a tu empresa cuando la normas son emitidas
  • Ayudaras a difundir los beneficios del use de normas internacionales en tu país y el mundo
  • Contribuirás a la seguridad de trabajadores y usuarios
  • Facilitaras la incorporación de normas internacionales en países de habla hispana
  • Abrirás mercados de exportación para tu empresa
  • Facilitaras el uso de normas internacionales a estudiantes universitarios o técnicos
  • Puedes contribuir desde tu oficina u hogar
  • Reuniones en persona se llevan a cabo en diferentes países de América Latina y Estados Unidos. Si no puedes atender las reuniones en persona, puedes participar vía internet o teleconferencias
  • Participación es gratuita

Para más información contacta al Eng. Jim Ramirez, ramirezj@asme.org y el té proveerán toda la información que necesitas.

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Turkey Hosts Series of Meetings Focused on ASME Standards & Certification Programs

From September 7-9, Standards & Certification Development staff, with the assistance of the Trade Office of the United States Embassy, held meetings with the Turkish Standards Institution (TSE), the Turkish Atomic Energy Authority (TAEK), the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology and the Turkish Machinery Promotion Group in Ankara and Istanbul. Cooperation in standards development including ASME standards committee participation, potential reference of ASME standards, conformity assessment, standards-related training and collaboration in a standards related workshop were set as goals of future cooperation.

For more information, contact Robert Lettieri (+1.212.591.8573).

ASME Holds Joint Meeting and Workshop on Nuclear Standards with the Korea Agency for Technology and Standards

On October 11, 2011, the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Standards Committee on Nuclear Components held meetings in Busan, Korea.  The meetings were followed by a joint workshop with the Korea Agency for Technology and Standards October 12, 2011.  This is the second time these ASME Committees have conducted such activities outside of North America.  In October 2009, the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers hosted the same committees – along with the ASME Board on Nuclear Codes and Standards (BNCS) - in Kobe, Japan.  Through these events, ASME code committees are building important connections with partner organizations and highly active code users in key global regions.

For more information, contact Christian Sanna (+1.212.591.8513).

Mr. Ho-Hyun Ahn, National Standards Coordinator for Nuclear Energy, Korea Electric Association (left, addresses the joint Workshop of the Korea Agency for Technology and Standards (KATS) and the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Section III (BPV III) Standards Committee and Executive Committee.  Standing center, Mr. Richard Barnes, Chairman of the BPV III Standards Committee, poses a question.

ASME Conducts Joint Pipeline Conference in Langfang, China

The 2011 China International Pipeline Conference (CIPC) jointly organized by ASME, the Petroleum Storage and Transportation Committee of the Chinese Petroleum Society (PSTC), PetroChina Pipeline Company (PPC) and the China Petroleum Pipeline Bureau, as guided by a Memorandum of Understanding between ASME and PSTC/PPC, was held on September 6, 2011 in Langfang. This was the second CIPC event co-organized by ASME and the first to include training courses presented by the International Petroleum Institute (IPTI).

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Energy Spotlight

ASME to Update Standard for Waste Combustors with Energy Recovery

First published in 2007, ASME PTC 34 Waste Combustors with Energy Recovery contains instructions for testing waste fuel combustion systems with energy recovery, and is used to determine the thermal capacity and thermal efficiency of waste fuel combustor systems as well as the higher heating value (HHV) of waste fuels. The standard may also be used for comparing actual performance with guaranteed performance, evaluating performance with different fuels, and determining optimum methods of operation.

It is anticipated the effort to update the standard will incorporate advancements in technology as well as knowledge gained from real-world application of the standard.

For more information, contact Jack Karian at +1.212.591.8522.

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Training and Development

Content Developers and Instructors Sought for Live Classroom and e-Learning Courses

In order to complement ASME's portfolio of standards and conformity assessment programs.
Standards & Certification is seeking course developers and instructors from around the world for both live classroom and e-learning courses.

To view the existing course offerings, visit our Training & Development catalog.

For more information on developing content or becoming a course instructor, visit the course development webpage or contact Mike Dodge at +1.212.591.7120.

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Government Relations and Public Affairs

ASME Conducts Symposium on Small Modular Reactors

From September 26-28, ASME held a Symposium on Small Modular Reactors in Washington, D.C. Co-organized by the U.S. Department of Energy and U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the symposium attracted over 200 attendees from 14 countries with an interest in the advancement and deployment of designs that have the potential to offer improved safety and economics, shorter construction times, distributed generation capabilities, and availability for non-power generation applications.

Individuals interested in reviewing presentation materials are encouraged to check back at the symposium website at http://www.asmeconferences.org/smr2011/.

For more information, contact John Bendo at +1.212.591.7055.

Standards & Certification to Support Engineers Week 2012

ASME will once again be at the forefront of celebrating the engineering profession, as well as cultivating the next generation of engineers, during Engineers Week (EWeek) to be held February 19-25, 2012. This year, ASME will be serving as the lead society for EWeek and Standards & Certification's volunteers and staff are encouraged to participate in the numerous programs and events, which include Inspire Innovation workshops, Educator Recognition, a Future City competition, New Faces in Engineering, Women in Engineering and Technology, Discover Engineering, and Family Day.

For more information, visit the Engineers Week 2012 website.

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Calendar of Events

Pressure Vessels For Human Occupancy Committee
Nov 14 2011 10:00 AM - Nov 17 2011 06:00 PM   |   Sacramento, California, United States

A120 Standards Committee on Powered Platforms
Nov 17 2011 09:00 AM - Nov 18 2011 06:00 PM   |   Clearwater, Florida, United States

A17 Task Groups on Use of Elevators by Firefighters and Occupant Egress
Nov 30 2011 08:30 AM - Dec 02 2011 05:00 PM   |   Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Committee on Operation and Maintenance of Nuclear Power Plants/ISTOG
Dec 05 2011 08:00 AM - Dec 09 2011 01:00 PM   |   Clearwater, Florida, United States

A17 Elevator Committees
Jan 09 2012 08:00 AM - Jan 12 2012 07:00 PM   |   Clearwater Beach, Florida, United States

B30, CNF and BTH Committees
Jan 15 2012 08:00 AM - Jan 20 2012 02:00 PM   |   Phoenix, Arizona, United States

Bioprocessing Equipment (BPE) Committee
Jan 16 2012 08:00 AM - Jan 19 2012 03:00 PM   |   San Juan, Puerto Rico, United States

PTC 47 Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle Committee
Jan 18 2012 09:00 AM - Jan 20 2012 12:00 PM   |   Tampa, Florida, United States

B31.1 Power Piping Committee
Jan 23 2012 - Jan 25 2012   |   New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

A112 Plumbing Materials and Equipment Committee
Jan 30 2012 08:00 AM - Feb 03 2012 05:00 PM   |   New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

A17 TGs on Use of Elevators by Firefighters and Occupant Egress
Feb 07 2012 08:30 AM - Feb 09 2012 05:00 PM   |   Boston, Massachusetts, United States

A17 Hydraulic Committee
Feb 08 2012, 08:30 AM - 05:00 PM   |   Tallahassee, Florida, United States

Committee on Nuclear Risk Management (CNRM)
Feb 20 2012 08:00 AM - Feb 23 2012 05:00 PM   |   St. Petersburg, Florida

Board on Nuclear Codes and Standards
Feb 21 2012 01:00 PM - Feb 23 2012 04:00 PM   |   Safety Harbor, Florida

A17 Emergency Operations and Hoistway Committee
Mar 06 2012 08:30 AM - Mar 08 2012 05:00 PM   |   Clearwater Beach, Florida, United States

B18 Standards Committee on Fasteners and Subcommittees
Apr 17 2012 08:00 AM - Apr 18 2012 12:00 PM   |   San Antonio, Texas, United States

See full committee meeting calendar

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