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How to Prevent Weld Failures Based on CSA W59-18

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Nov 25 - 26, 2021 /
Course Code: 12-1141-ONL21

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  • Overview
  • Syllabus
  • Instructor

Overview

Please note, This instructor-led course has specific dates and times:
This course is held online over 2 days on the following schedule (All times in Eastern Time Zone):
10:00 am to 6:00 pm Eastern (Will include the usual breaks and lunch)

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 W59-18 code requirements

Description:

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 W59-18.

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!

Course Outline:

  • Case histories of weld failures
  • Understanding why the welds failed
  • Welding metallurgy for steel
  • HAZ and its characteristics
  • Welding processes and inspection
  • Welding requirements of CSA W59, S-6 and S-16 and ASME
  • Welding certification per CSA W47.1 code
  • Engineer’s responsibility per CSA W59 code
  • Advanced inspection techniques
  • How COBOTs are changing the welding world
  • Applying Lean to welding operations to prevent failures

Who Should Attend:
Senior and Junior Mechanical and Civil Engineers • Technicians • Plant and Facility Managers • Supervisors • Operations and Maintenance Personnel • Design Engineers • Consultants and Contractors • Inspection Agencies • Lawyers and Insurance Agents

Required Resources:

Participants may want to send in any specific welding related questions ahead of time to EPIC, so that potential solutions to these issues can be addressed during the 2 day training session!

Special Features:

The CSA W59-18 code is a good source of welding knowledge for engineers and technicians working in the metal fabrication industry. Although this code is aimed at building large steel structures like sky scrapers, hydro electric gates, bridges, etc., the principles of metallurgy and welding engineering covered in the code can be applied to great variety of welded steel components. It is imperative to understand that making sound welds does not only depend on the welder, but it also depends on the welding specification calling for the welds, tracing back the responsibility to the Engineer who writes out the specification and designs the welds. Selection of base materials, welding process, choice of filler metals, welding parameters, sound execution of welds with process control, receiving inspection, in process inspection and post weld inspection are part and parcel of the whole package to create sound and reliable welds.

The participants will be required to read several weld failure case histories to understand why weld failures occur. This knowledge will permit the participants to understand principles of welding metallurgy elaborated during the course and then will further guide them to make pragmatic choices while specifying welding work in their professional practice.

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Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM Eastern Time


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Syllabus

Day 1

  • Introduction and needs analysis of participants
  • Review of weld failure case histories
  • Lessons learnt from case histories to minimize weld failures
  • Canadian codes and certification processes: CSA vs AWS standards.
  • Steel making, welding metallurgy and the HAZ
  • Introduction to Welding and welding processes and code requirements
  • Welding defects and their causes - acceptance criteria of Code requirements
  • Elaborating Inspection processes - limitations and inspectability of joints
  • Mandatory and non-mandatory inspection processes per Code requirements

Day 2

  • Scope of CSA welding standards CSA W59, CSA W47.1, CSA W48 and CSA 178.1 & CSA 178.2.
  • Canadian Welding Bureau and its mandate to ensure certification to CSA standards
  • CGSB qualification of qualified inspectors and CSA 178.1 and CSA 178.2 standards
  • Engineers, Supervisors, welders and Contractor certification to the requirements of CSA W47.1 and W47.2 standards and knowledge base
  • CSA W59-13 code, philosophy and make up, clauses 5, 7, 9, 10, 11 and 12
  • Engineer's responsibility clauses in CSA W59-18 standard and its implications
  • Advanced inspection techniques now permitted in the new CSA W59-18 standard and engineer's responsibility

Open period for questions and answers for specific questions related to welding problems and solutions

Instructor

Viwek Vaidya, B. Tech, M. Ing.

M. Vaidya est un ingénieur métallurgiste avec une vaste expérience dans le domaine de soudage, ayant œuvré dans la construction des ponts, les centrales hydroélectriques, thermiques et nucléaires.

Il a aussi œuvré dans la construction des vaisseaux sous pression, les alumineries et les équipements pour les usines à pâtes et papier. Viwek a été Expert Senior chez Air Liquide pour les Applications du Soudage et Services mondiaux.

Il est l’inventeur de la méthode Soudage Lean 101. Viwek et ses collègues ont évalué plus de 100 ateliers à travers le monde pour créer une méthodologie éprouvée d’optimisation des opérations de soudage pour améliorer la qualité et la productivité. Ses travaux sont dorénavant intégrés à la norme de la qualité de soudage ISO 3834, équivalent à la norme CSA W47.1. Viwek est un membre actif de la norme CSA W59 Constructions soudées en acier et la norme de sécurité CSA W117.2. Viwek est aussi un vice-président du Comité CSA (miroir) de la norme ISO TC44, qui englobe toutes les normes de soudage et d'inspection mondiale.

Viwek œuvre dans le domaine de la fabrication, offrant ses services d'expert conseil et enseigne à l'Université Concordia.



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$1295 + taxes

  • 1.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
  • 14 Professional Development Hours (PDHs)
  • ECAA Annual Professional Development Points
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