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A 5 day Master class that elaborates ASME Section VIII, Division 2 in great detail and boosts your technical

capability in design, fabrication, Inspection, Maintenance, Repairs and Alterations of Pressure Equipments

21st 25th April 2014, Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Main learning objectives and benefits:


Understand the background of the Code rules with a major focus on ASME Section VIII, Division 2 Apply the Code rules to more common design and fabrication situations Perform calculations for some of the loadings and situations pertaining
to alternative rules and those not addresses by the Code

Mr. Kamran Mokhtarian, P.E.


Worlds renowned consulting engineer with 50 years of extensive experience in lifecycle integrity management of pressure vessels, equipments and other heavy steel structures Fellow of ASME since 2001 Instructor for all ASME courses on Section VIII, Division 1 and Division 2, National Board Inspection Code, API-579 and API-510 Co-author of the book Companion Guide to the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Published by the ASME Press, 2007 Former Associate Editor of the ASME Journal on Pressure Vessel Technology ASME-API Joint Committee on Fitness-for-Service (API-579) Former chairman and member of the Committee on Piping, Nozzles and Vessels of PVRC Former Chairman of the Subgroup on Design, Fabrication and Inspection of B&P V VIII of the ASME Code Committee

Prepare design specifications, design reports, Data Reports, and other


documentation

NOTE:
This Master Class has a primary focus on ASME Section

VIII, Division 2
This Master Class is conducted by an ASME-API Guru who is member of all the Committees and teaches all the pressure vessel related courses for the ASME. Our unique Code Cases and Code Interpretations results in more economical designs As a long time Committee member, Mr. Kamran have been involved with developing these rules and can explain the background of the rules and the recent (and future) changes to these Codes The courses are up to date and will cover the latest and some future developments in these Codes.

All participants will receive a certificate of attendance issued by Mr. Kamran Mokhtarian

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Agenda

Advanced Pressure Vessels and other Pressure Equipments 21st 25th April 2014, Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Course Description
Day 1 will provide a quick overview on ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE: Section VIII, Division 1, Design and Fabrication of Pressure Vessels including background, organization, design, materials, fabrication, inspection, testing and documentation of pressure vessels. The more commonly used subsections and paragraphs will be covered, and a discussion of individual problems or situations will be included. This half day session is intended for refreshment. Day 2 and day 3 as well as day 4 (3 days in total) will focus on a very detailed elaboration on ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE: Section VIII, Division 2, Design and Fabrication of Pressure Vessels, ALTERNATIVE RULES FOR DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF PRESSURE VESSELS. This comprehensive module on Division 2 covers the 2007 Edition of the ASME Code, Section VIII, Division 2. With this Edition, this Code was totally re-written and updated to the latest technology. Some of the design and fabrication rules are totally new and state-of-the-art. Having more refined and more accurate rules, the design margins have been reduced. The use of this new Code could result in considerable savings in materials costs and, in most cases the overall vessel costs. There is a great deal of interest in this international Code and ASME would be promoting its use, worldwide. This course compares the new rules with the old rules of Division 2 and with some other international Codes. The design margins and their effect on required thickness will be explained. The basis and background for the new rules will be discussed. Although the emphasis is on design and analysis rules, all aspects of construction will be covered. Day 5 will familiarize the participants with several post-construction codes and standards, for pressure equipment. It will also provide the background of these documents and hands-on instructions on the use and application. This will provide the participants with adequate background to evaluate any flaws discovered during service of any pressure equipment, and to perform remediation measures. The knowledge may be applied to pressure vessels, boilers, piping, tanks or other pressure equipment. At the conclusion of this course, the participants will be familiar with the requirements of the NBIC and API-510, regarding the inspection and repair/alteration of pressure vessels and other pressure equipment. They will also recognize various degradation mechanisms and their associated failure modes. They will have the background for effective inspection planning, flaw evaluation, application of remediation methods, and cost effective repairs.

Who Should Attend this Course?

Individuals involved with the purchase, design, fabrication, or inspection of pressure vessels. Some degree of technical background will be helpful, but such individuals are not required to have an Engineering degree or previous work experience in the subject matter. Those involved with maintenance, stress analysis, repairs/alterations of vessels and piping will also benefit.

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Agenda
Day 1
Day 1 ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE: Section VIII, Division 1, Design and Fabrication of Pressure Vessels Outline: background, organization, design, materials, fabrication, inspection, testing and documentation of pressure vessels

Advanced Pressure Vessels and other Pressure Equipments 21st 25th April 2014, Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Which method of analysis to use and how to apply the new analysis rules How to categorize stresses into various classifications and how to linearize stress distributions through thickness The various modes of failure and what causes them How to exempt a vessel from fatigue analysis and, if required, how to perform fatigue analysis. How to interpret and apply the fabrication, PWHT, testing and tolerance rules

Day 2, Day 3 & Day 4

The documentation and record keeping requirements

Day 2, Day 3 & day 4 ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE VESSEL CODE: Section VIII, Division 2, Design and Fabrication of Pressure Vessels, Alternative rules for design and fabrication of pressure vessels. Learning objectives:
The background of various Codes and how they compare How to prepare User Design Specification How to select materials What is involved with constructing a Code stamped vessel and who is responsible for what How to apply the design rules of the new Division 2 The background of the new rules How to design for piping loads and other external loading and the use of various WRC Bulletins related to the subject How to design the most cost effective way When to use design by analysis

What is the latest at the ASME Code Committees and what PVRC is working on

Outline:
Introduction to the ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code Comparison of Divisions 1 and 2 of Section VIII Theories of failure and design margins of various Codes General requirements of the new Division 2 Responsibilities of various parties Materials requirements Supplemental Requirements for Carbon and Alloy Steels Material Test Requirements Safety factors for design load combinations Material toughness and impact testing requirements Design rules for internal pressure Design for buckling Design of formed and flat head New method for design of openings

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Advanced Pressure Vessels and other Pressure Equipments

Agenda
Design for external loadings Stress analysis methods Design by Rule requirements Design of Pressure parts: Shells and heads Design Fatigue Curves Additional Requirements for Very High Pressure Vessels Acceptance criteria for design by analysis Stress classification and stress linearization Fatigue analysis exemption rules Fatigue analysis Simplified elastic-plastic analysis Fabrication requirements Fitting and Alignment o Welding Fabrication Requirements Preheating and Heat Treatment of Weldments Inspection and Examination Requirements Examination groups for pressure vessels Examination Method and Acceptance Criteria Evaluation and Retest of Pressure Testing Requirements PWHT requirements Tolerances NDE requirements Pressure testing Documentation and stamping Pressure relief requirements Example problems Discussion

21st 25th April 2014, Hotel Istana Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

ASME Post Construction Standards


Introduction to PCC-1 Assembly of Bolted Flanges Introduction to PCC-2 Standard Repair Procedures Introduction to PCC-3 Inspection Planning and RBI Various Repair Procedures for Piping

Research Work Going On Related to Post-Construction Issues


Latest ASME Committee activities Latest API activities Latest PVRC activities

Question and Answer Session including case studies.


Attendees are encouraged to bring examples from their work for group discussion.

PROGRAMME SCHEDULE Day 1, 2, 3, 4& 5

08H30 09H00 10H40 11H00 12H45 14H00 15H30 15H50 17H00

Registration Session 1 Refreshments & Networking Break Session 2 Lunch Session 3 Refreshments and Networking Break Session 4 Course Ends

Day 5 | 25th April 2014

PRE-COURSE QUESTIONNAIRE:

Day 5 Introduction to Post Construction Documents, ASME Code, Section VIII, Design Formulas, Introduction to National Board Inspection Code Introduction to API-510 API-579 Fitness-for-Service

To ensure that you gain maximum value from this course, a detailed questionnaire will be forwarded to you upon registration to establish your exact training needs and issues of concerns. Your completed questionnaire will be analyzed by the course trainer prior to the event and addressed during the event. You will receive a comprehensive set of course documentation to enable you to digest the subject matter in your own time.

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About The Course Facilitator

AFFILIATIONS:

Mr. Kamran Mokhtarian, P.E.


Former Chairman of the Subgroup on Design, Fabrication and Inspection of B&P V VIII of the ASME Code Committee Kamran Mokhtarian, a registered Professional Engineer, has 50 years of experience in the fabrication and inspection of pressure equipments. The early part of his dedicated career was his employment with Chicago Bridge & Iron Company from 1964 through 2000. He has worked in a number of supervisory, managerial, and consulting positions, having responsibility on a variety of assignments related to design, analysis, fabrication, construction, and repair of tanks and pressure vessels and other heavy steel structures, such as nuclear structures, wind tunnels, and penstocks. Mr. Mokhtarian has extensive experience with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code (ASME BPVC), and many other U.S. and international Codes and Standards related to tanks and pressure vessels. Since 1977, he has been a member of ASME Code Committee, and he has contributed to the ASME BPV Code by participating in several other committees. As vice chairman of Subcommittee VIII, he has been responsible for some of the recent improvements to this Code. He has chaired the Special Group on Interpretations of Subcommittee VIII and the Pressure Vessel Research Council (PVRC). Furthermore, it is noteworthy that he was in the ASME-API Joint Committee on Fitness-for-Service (API-579) and very familiar with API Standards, particularly with API 620, API 650, API 510, and API 579. Additionally, his experiences, with the use of the National Board Inspection Code (NBIC) for performance of repairs and alterations, are remarkable. He has also contributed to the safety of nuclear containment vessels by participating in US Nuclear Regulatory Commissions (NRC) Peer Review. Mr. Mokhtarian relentlessly performs consulting services related to all aspects of pressure vessel and tank construction worldwide. His design and analysis methods are widely used in the industry. He has numerous publications, including: Design Considerations for Steel Containment Vessels, Proceedings of Joint ASME-ANS Conference, 1982 Evaluation of Operating Margins for In-service pressure Equipment, Welding Research Council Bulletin 446 PVRC white paper for the re-write of ASME Code Section VIII, Division 2 Companion Guide to the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code, Co-author, Published by the ASME Press, 2007 Co-author of Nuclear Code Case N-284 and many of Code rules on buckling, fatigue and fracture
Member and former Vice Chairman of Subcommittee VIII of the ASME Code Committee Member and former Chairman of the Subgroup on Design of Subcommittee VIII of the ASME Code Committee Former Vice Chairman of the Subgroup on Fabrication and Inspection of Subcommittee VIII of the ASME Code Committee Member of Subgroup on Toughness of Subcommittee VIII of the ASME Code Committee Member of the Special Committee on Interpretations of Subcommittee VIII Member of the ASME Post Construction Main Committee Member of ASME-API Joint Committee on Fitness-for-Service (API-579) Member and former Chairman of the Pressure Vessel Research Council (PVRC) Chairman of several past Pressure Vessel and Piping Division sessions Former Associate Editor of the ASME Journal on Pressure Vessel Technology A Fellow of the ASME

PUBLICATIONS:
Welding Research Council Bulletin 297, Local Stresses in Cylindrical Shells Due to External Loadings on Nozzles Sensitivity of the Flexibility of Cylinder- Cylinder Junctions, Proceedings of Pressure Vessel and Piping Conference, July 1986 Welding Research Council Bulletin 368, Stresses in Intersecting Cylinders Subjected to Pressure Welding Research Council Bulletin 406, Proposed Rules for Determining Allowable Compressive Stresses for Cylinders, Cones,Spheres, and Formed Heads Welding Research Council Bulletin 446, Evaluation of Operating Margins for In-service pressure Equipment Welding Research Council Bulletin 453, Minimum Weld Spacing requirements for API ASME publication on Pressure Vessel Manufacturers Guide to the use of European Pressure Equipment Directive (PED)

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