How to Prevent Weld Failures Based on CSA W59-13
After Participating in this course, you will be able to:
- Produce an engineering specification to repair, modify or make a welded structure
- Understand global comprehension of steel and welding metallurgy
- Understand and specify fundamental rules to avoid weld failures
- Learn about conventional and advanced inspection methods PAUT, DR,CR
- Understand the responsibilities of the owner’s engineer to the CSA W59-13 code requirements
Welding is a complex process and is often misunderstood. Most universities do not teach welding engineering to their engineers, however, engineers are required to assume responsibility for welded structures and bridges per the requirements of CSA W59-13.
This course will provide you with an occasion to understand welding and related processes and their application. This course will also teach you the notion of how to avoid faulty welds in structures by correctly specifying welding and inspection requirements in your contract documents.
This is an interactive course. You are encouraged to bring to the class your welding questions, problems and projects. Remember, there are no stupid questions!
- Case histories of weld failures
- Understanding why the welds failed
- Welding metallurgy for steel
- HAZ & its characteristics
- Welding processes & inspection
- Welding requirements of CSA W59-13
- Welding certification per CSA W47.1 code
- Engineer’s responsibility per CSA W59-13 code
- Advanced inspection techniques
- Writing welding requirements for a contract
Who Should Attend:
Senior and Junior Mechanical & Civil Engineers • Technicians • Plant & Facility Managers • Supervisors • Operations & Maintenance Personnel • Design Engineers • Consultants & Contractors • Inspection Agencies • Lawyers & Insurance Agents
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