Length: 2 days
Save up to $750 by enrolling in PD801, a four-day course combo, consisting of this course (PD800) and PD799, “Advanced Topics in Design of Nuclear Components.”
This is an advanced level course that is suitable for the quality assurance professionals, manufacturers and site installation engineers, involved in Nuclear Power Plant construction and modification. A detailed treatment of material selection, design-fabrication link using Inspection Test Plans, case studies regarding site installations are included. References to Section II, V and IX are made in the course where appropriate, so that the participants can have a ready reference when needed, for writing technical specifications. The course also involves a working session in developing a detailed Inspection and Test Plan for fabrication and site installation.
You will learn to:
- Select appropriate welding consumables in compliance as per Sections IX / III / II for weld procedure qualification prior to welding nuclear pressure boundary.
- Develop WPS, PQR and WPQ for welding meeting Section III requirements for local jurisdiction registration prior to welding nuclear pressure boundary
- Generate Inspection Test Plan (route sheets) for complex manufacturing and installation processes in nuclear power plant construction and refurbishments.
- Develop QA plans for specific project oriented processes in nuclear pressure boundary fabrication, installation, support installations and inspection.
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Who Should Attend
Senior Engineers, Regulatory officials and manufacturing and welding experts who are using advanced concepts in Section III will greatly benefit in attending the course. Professionals who have at least 5-10 years of design experience in the nuclear field for the QA, fabrication and installation of nuclear facility components, items, appurtenances, and assemblies.