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PSM Basic Training: Introduction to Expansion Joints

This video will cover the following topics:

  • Understand the features and benefits of performance metal and rubber expansion joint design
  • Apply both restrained and unrestrained expansion joint arrangements effectively
  • Identify the sources of damaging pipe stresses/nozzle loads and the consequences of neglecting them
  •  Recognize system optimization with reductions in footprint and energy consumption
  • Learn how to minimize loads on piping, equipment and support structure
  • Understand how to reduce material and construction costs
  • Understand key elements of piping codes (ex. ASME B31.1, B31.3) and standards (ex. ANSI/HI 9.6.2, 9.6.6) for seamless integration
  • Identify a plant reliability and efficiency program that includes: a condition-based preventive maintenance program, an improved assessment of failure modes, and conducting plant surveys with traditional and advanced inspection methods

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PSM Basic Training: Introduction to Expansion Joints
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Open to view video. In this 1-Part webinar, participants will learn about the following: - Understand the features and benefits of performance metal and rubber expansion joint design - Apply both restrained and unrestrained expansion joint arrangements effectively - Identify the sources of damaging pipe stresses/nozzle loads and the consequences of neglecting them - Recognize system optimization with reductions in footprint and energy consumption - Learn how to minimize loads on piping, equipment and support structure - Understand how to reduce material and construction costs - Understand key elements of piping codes (ex. ASME B31.1, B31.3) and standards (ex. ANSI/HI 9.6.2, 9.6.6) for seamless integration. - Identify a plant reliability and efficiency program that includes: a condition-based preventive maintenance program, an improved assessment of failure modes, and conducting plant surveys with traditional and advanced inspection methods.
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