Please note these offerings are not being hosted by IPEIA
|June 27 – 30, 2022
4 Days – 1:30-5:30pm (EST)
|Special Session: CSA B51:19 Process Piping Essentials referencing ASME B31.3
(PAID COURSE, discounted for IPEIA members, limited seats)
Trainer: Brian Krasiun, P. Eng.
Having obtained degrees in both Engineering and Administration from the University of Regina, Brian had served over 19 years within the Province of Saskatchewan’s pressure equipment safety programs. During this period he had held a number of technical, managerial, and executive capacities including spending a number of years developing, implementing, and providing public education on integrity management requirements for the design, construction, installation and inspection of pressure equipment. Since 2005 he has been actively participating on CSA’s B51 (pressure equipment) and B52 (refrigeration) technical committees, as well as a number of ASME quality assurance standard and accreditation committees. Recognized as an authority on pressure equipment safety and integrity management, Brian is currently the Principal Engineer for ASFALEIA Inspection & Management Services Ltd, a Saskatchewan based corporation that provides inspection and integrity management services to a number of provincial government and private sector clients.
|This course provides an in-depth review of the requirements for process piping systems, including overviews and applications of both the CSA B51:19 Boiler, Pressure Vessel and Pressure Piping Code and the ASME B31.3-2016 (*referenced edition in CSA B51:19). It includes content on several new CSA B51 requirements and covers topics on both codes from initial design to in-service management. Participants will explore how the two codes are related and will learn best practices on pressure systems to help ensure safety and compliance with regulatory requirements.|
|NOVEMBER 17, 2022
9:00AM – 4:00PM (MST)
|Special Session: Introduction to Examining Fractures
(PAID COURSE, discounted for IPEIA members)
Trainer: Shane Turcott
|Different equipment failure modes require different solutions. Diagnosing how a part failed is a critical step towards preventing repeat failures. For mechanical failures, diagnosis can only be completed by examining the fracture itself – a skill which can be learned.
This one-day course introduces how to recognize and interpret ductile, brittle and fatigue fracture features on steel parts. It then discusses how such diagnoses direct the ongoing investigation towards the root cause. Once core skills have been established, additional discussion includes failures specific to shafts and bolts.