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Design and Analysis of Piping Systems and Operability Assessment of Nuclear Power Plant Components (On Demand)

Understand the design and analysis of piping systems and operability assessment of Nuclear Power Plant components consistent with ASME BPV Code, Section III and B31.1 and Section XI.

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Design and Analysis of Piping Systems and Operability Assessment of Nuclear Power Plant Components (On Demand)
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This Learning Path consists of the following courses: 
 
Nuclear Piping Systems ASME BPV Code, Section III and ASME B31.1: Design, Integrity-Operability Assessment, and Repairs (On Demand): Apply ASME Section III Division 1, Subsections NB/NC/ND to the design, analysis, and qualification of nuclear power plant piping systems in this On Demand course.
 
ASME BPV Code, Section XI: Inservice Inspection of Nuclear Power Plant Components (On Demand): Understand ASME Section XI rules for in-service inspection, maintenance, testing, and the regulatory requirements of nuclear power plant components.

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