Length: 1 days
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This one-day MasterClass provides the engineer with an in-depth overview of various strategies and considerations for repairs of pressure equipment and piping and how this fits in the overall life cycle management of equipment. This course includes a review of the applicable ASME Codes, API Standards, NBIC Standards, and other applicable documents that can be drawn upon for repairs; some examples of repair strategies; considerations how additional analysis can be used to make effective repairs; and additional considerations for when equipment should be replaced. An overall method for approaching repairs and assessments is presented.
You Will Learn To
- Select repair methods based on the equipment and situation
- Describe how the different Codes, Standards, and Regulations can be employed to assess damage conditions and make cost-effective repair-or-replace decisions
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Who Should Attend
This course is intended for Owner-User engineers or contractors responsible for the Life Cycle Management of pressure vessel, piping, and tanks. Engineers and inspectors responsible for evaluating damage and determining repair strategies will also benefit.
Prior to the event, attendees will be given the opportunity to submit questions, or examples of real-life scenarios they have faced, to be discussed with the group
This Master Class is structured on the assumption that participants have a basic understanding of ASME Design Codes and equipment terminology.