Length: 2 days CEUs: 1.20 PDHs: 12.00
A comprehensive, supplemental course to PD014 - "ASME B31.3 Process Piping Design;" this course is designed to illustrate the relationship of the Fabrication & Examination rules of the B31.3 Code to the Design and Materials rules. Examples of problems that occur as a result of not understanding the relationship of the ASME code to design rules and materials selection are featured. The primary goal of this course is to provide insight into the rules relating to the ASME B31.3 Fabrication and Examination code.
You Will Learn
- Describe the materials selection process and limitations
- Identify fabrication rules and their bases
- Describe the relationship between B31.3 design and the fabrication & examination requirements
- Explain the welding qualification requirements
- Identify the inspection, examination, and testing requirements
Please click HERE to view the course outline.
Who Should Attend
Piping engineers and designers, fabricators and erectors, QA/QC personnel, engineers and maintenance personnel who desire a more in depth understanding of the Fabrication and Examination rules of the B31.3 Code covering process plant piping systems.
Save up to $575 by enrolling in PD581 – a combo course consisting of this course (PD457) and PD014 “B31.3 Process Piping Design.”
For venue information, please click HERE.
Course Type: Public Course
Course Number: PD457
Final invoices will include applicable sales and use tax.
Philip D. Flenner, P.E., has spent more than 40 years in welding qualifications and training, engineering training, power plant maintenance, and performance assessment. He has developed several guidelines on material control, repair methods, and the usage of Codes and Standards for the power industry. Mr. Flenner participates significantly on several piping Codes, welding qualification Codes, and materials Codes for nearly 40 years, and has gained the honor of ASME Life Fellow during his career. He has taught multiple ASME Training & Development Courses for nearly 30 years. He has participated in industry research on the effects of PWHT on ASME materials. He has been instrumental in sponsoring changes in the Code requirements covering preheating and PWHT.