Welding with Structural Integrity Experts: A Six-Webinar Series
Welding is integral in the construction, maintenance, repair, and compliance of power plants everywhere.
Your understanding of welding processes and programs is essential as you interact with these activities throughout the site. Our webinar series is your opportunity to gain a broader understanding of welding and to increase effective communication among site welding and non-welding personnel. Nuclear welding, defined as a special processes under federal law, is also key to plant compliance.
Structural Integrity's Welding series starts with the fundamentals, building a solid foundation to move through the variety of weld types, processes and techniques.
Who should attend this series: Design, program and component engineers, maintenance and system engineers, as well as anyone interested in a fundamental, practical understanding of nuclear welding.
Welding Six-Webinar Series with Dr. Richard Smith & David SegletesEarn a Certificate of Attendance for each Webinar You Attend.
Welding of Dissimilar Metal Joints and Castings
Thursday, March 2, 2017 at 2-3:00pm ETPurpose:
Learn about the challenges of joining different types of metals and alloys to each other. Hear about the challenges of welding castings and the differences between cast and wrought products.
What you will learn:
- Typical dissimilar metal combinations
- Dilution effects
- Thermal expansion differences
- Galvanic couples
- Post weld heat treatments, requirements and issues
- Weldability of cast materials: Cast irons, carbon, low alloy steels and austenitic stainless steels.
- Chemical Composure
- Defect density distribution
Registration is easy.
- Click on the title to the right to learn more about each webinar.
- Register for remaining 3 webinars at one time, or choose the topic of your interest.
- Login by 2PM ET the day of the webinar.
Dr. Richard Smith PhD, FAWs
Dr. Smith's 50-year career has focused on electric power industry issues involving metallurgy, corrosion, and welding. Dick has worked with utility and industrial clients on materials selection and design, welding and welded repairs, corrosion, root cause evaluations, licensing support, and training.
Mr. Segletes is experienced in failure investigations, manufacturing, and rotor weld repair technology. His most recent efforts with Structural Integrity Associates have been dedicated to the development of educational programs and materials based on his expertise in metallurgy and fabrication.
Welding Fundamentals I
Welding Fundamentals II
Joint Design, Weld Specs,
Symbols & Drawings
January 17th, 2017
Welding of Carbon & Low Alloy Steels
February 8th, 2017
Austenitic Stainless Steels & Nickel-based Alloys
March 2nd, 2017
Dissimilar Metal Joints & Castings