Length: 1 days
This one-day MasterClass provides a foundation of knowledge necessary for those responsible for assuring the mechanical integrity of existing piping systems, as well as those responsible for designing and constructing new piping systems. The program presents background on fundamental causes of piping failures and describes how the failures could have been prevented. A wide variety of failures are explored, and include mechanisms such as fatigue, overload, corrosion and others. Mistakes made during design, construction, operation, maintenance and inspection are discussed in detail.
You will learn to
- Identify the probable causes of piping failures, and
- Recommend methods to correct future similar failures
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Who Should Attend
Engineers, senior designers, maintenance, quality assurance, inspection and manufacturing personnel who work with process piping (e.g., in the chemical, petroleum, plastic processing, pulp and paper fields), will find this MasterClass an essential resource and time-saving means to gain an understanding of piping failures and remedies.
Participants are encouraged to bring examples of troublesome failures they have experienced or are experiencing for class discussion.
This Master Class is structured on the assumption that participants have a basic understanding of at least one of the ASME B31 piping codes
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