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An Introduction to Bolted Joint Integrity - The EIC

EIC TRAINING
TUESDAY, 14 JULY, 9:00AM - 5:00PM
1102 HALL COURT, DEER PARK, TX, 77536, USA
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An Introduction to Bolted Joint Integrity

The initial part of this one-day technical workshop is based on the ASME PCC-1-2013 (HT73) Training Fundamentals, (HT74) Power Equipment Supplemental Training, (HT75) Heat Exchanger Supplemental Training and (HT76) Joint Supplemental Training, providing a practical appreciation of bolting issues. This is followed by a hands-on demonstration of equipment and a factory tour.

The afternoon is split into two sessions. The first session concentrates on how design codes, such as the ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code and EN1591, handle flange-bolting calculations. The second session looks at systems to manage joint integrity and the software tools available to carry out bolt load calculations.

Participants may submit questions on engineering, technical and operational issues faced in their jobs in advance of the course. Attendees' understanding of the course will be assessed through question and answer periods (including preformatted questions throughout), and workshop assignments at the end of the course.

  Who should attend?  
 
Managers
Engineers
Graduates
Operators
Or any other personnel involved in the specification, design, operation, and maintenance of pressure containing plant, mechanical, or structural joints, rotating equipment, pipelines or piping systems
 
Course Objectives
Highlight the difference between torque & tension as methods of controlled bolt tightening

Identify the major gasket and flange types

Select the most appropriate bolt tightening tool and method for the application

Understand the principles behind bolt load calculations

Appreciate the importance of operator competency and training requirements

 
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INSTRUCTORS

Chris Tudor, Joint Integrity Technical Authority, Hydratight
Chris is responsible for developing technical standards and services related to bolted joints.

Jason Barnard, Global Technical Competency Leader, Hydratight Jason has worked within the industry for 28 years and recently led Hydratight's inititiative to achieve its goals as the world's first ASME PCC-1-2013 Qualifying Organization.


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When?

Tue, July 14, 2015
9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Where?

1102 Hall Court
Deer Park, TX 77536
United States