Nuclear | London
PD644 | Advanced Design and Construction of Nuclear Facility Components per BPV Code, Section III
- London: 11-14 June 2018
- Length: 4 days
- CEUs: 3.00
- PDHs: 30.00
From suppliers’ shops to construction sites, this advanced course details Code requirements for the design, fabrication, construction and life extension of nuclear power plants. Covering all aspects of the nuclear pressure boundary as well as the application of methods for fabrication of nuclear pressure boundary components, it provides the required skills for applying Code requirements for Nondestructive Examination (NDE) techniques for radiography, ultrasonic techniques and other forms of NDE. It also outlines the requirements for performing hydro testing and leak testing. Case studies examine real scenarios encountered in the nuclear industry.
This advanced course explores the requirements of Section III of the ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel (BPV code). Through a combination of information and case studies based on real-world problems, it provides the required knowledge and skills for the professionals who are involved in the design, fabrication, construction and life extension of nuclear power plant (NPP) components.
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You Will Learn To
- Explain advanced concepts related to design by analysis and design by rule
- Compare ASME B&PV Code with other international codes.
- Identify welding and heat treatment requirements
- Describe what is required for non-destructive examination and testing
Who Should Attend
Nuclear power plant designers, stress analysts, QA and inspection personnel, regulators, and reactor, welding, operations, and utility engineers
- Course Type: Public Course
- Course Number: PD644
- Language: English