Becht Engineering is excited to partner with Codeware, Inc. to present this ASME Section VIII, Division 1 Pressure Vessel Design course with COMPRESS software training. Enhance your understanding of ASME Section VIII, Division 1 design rules through five days of intensive training with hands-on problem solving using COMPRESS.
Who Should Attend? Individuals involved with the design or inspection of pressure vessels who are looking to gain hands-on experience using COMPRESS. This course is intended for beginners, as well as experienced vessel designers and inspectors who would like to update their knowledge of the Code. 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.
Becht Engineering is excited to be partnering with Codeware, Inc. to present this 4-day COMPRESS software training. This course provides comprehensive instruction on the COMPRESS Heat Exchanger Wizard dialog windows for the mechanical design of shell and tube heat exchangers. Through the hands-on approach used by the instructor in a computer lab setting, there is ample opportunity to practice designing shell and tube exchangers using the software. Our instructor, Don Kurle, PE, has been working with Section VIII, Division 1 for over 35 years and worked several years for Codeware, Inc. as a technical support engineer assisting clients with technical issues related to application of the COMPRESS program. He also developed and presented training classes in the use of the program.
Who Should Attend? Individuals involved with the design of heat exchangers who are looking to gain hands-on experience using COMPRESS. This course is intended for beginners, as well as experienced designers who are wanting to reinforce their COMPRESS design skills.
Becht Engineering's 4 day Design-By-Analysis course will introduce participants to the Design-By-Analysis portion of the ASME code Section VIII, Division 2, Part 5. Based on the rules and guidance provided in Part 5, this course is a comprehensive introduction to the requirements of performing Design-By-Analysis to the ASME Code. This course provides detailed instruction on performing finite element analysis in compliance with the Code. Examples problems are presented and discussed for many of the common rules. This course is intended for engineers who are familiar with pressure vessel and piping design, and need additional guidance on applying Design-By-Analysis concepts.
Who Should Attend? This course is intended for engineers who are familiar with pressure vessel and piping design, and need additional guidance on applying Design-By-Analysis concepts. It is also intended for engineers who specify and review Design-By-Analysis work by others. Experience in using finite element analysis will be helpful, but is not necessary.
Becht Engineering's 5 day API-579/ASME FFS-1 Fitness for Service course provides theory and practical application of API-579/ASME FFS-1 methods for assessing the acceptability of equipment with various kinds of flaws. The Fitness-for-Service training provides direction for performing FFS assessments using procedures specifically prepared for pressurized equipment. For the topics covered in the training, example problems will be solved using hand calculations supplemented with BechtFFS software and Codeware Inc.'s INSPECT software.
Who Should Attend? Individuals involved in performing assessment of petrochemical equipments with flaws will benefit from this course.
Becht Engineering's 4 day Process Piping Course is designed to provide participants with a complete and up-to-date overview of the area of Piping Technology with an emphasis on process piping. The course covers design, fabrication, examination and testing requirements of ASME B31.3. It covers Code requirements from design through start-up of new piping systems, as well as requirements for inspection and repair of piping systems that have been in service, as provided in API 570, Piping Inspection Code. This course provides a foundation of knowledge necessary for those responsible for assuring the mechanical integrity of existing piping systems, as well as those responsible for designing and constructing new piping systems.
Who Should Attend? Engineers, senior designers, maintenance, quality assurance, inspection and manufacturing personnel who work with process piping (e.g., in the chemical, petroleum, plastic processing, pulp and paper, and bioprocessing fields) will find it a time-saving means to broaden and update their knowledge of piping.
Becht Engineering is excited to be offering this new two-part course. The first one and a half days address the ASME B31.3 code with focus on the application of B31.3 to safety-related systems, such as Department of Energy facilities. The second day and a half addressess the evaluation of degraded conditions in tanks, vessels and piping, using API 579-1/ASME FFS-1, which is the state-of-the-art reference standard on fitness-for-service. This course addresses not only the code requirements, but their origin and technical basis.
Becht Engineering's 3 day Introduction to Welded Steel Tanks course is essential for engineers and inspection and maintenance personnel involved in the design, purchasing, fabrication, repair, alteration, reconstruction, or maintenance of new atmospheric and low-pressure steel tanks to meet API Code requirements. This course discusses Maintenance, Repair and Design of Tanks based on API-653 and API-650. The following topics are covered in this course.
Who Should Attend? Engineers and Inspectors who are responsible for evaluating the condition of Tanks in refineries, chemical plants and terminals. Also Project Engineers who are dealing with installation and repairs of existing and new tanks.