Taking place in Melbourne over the 20th and 21st October, KASA Redberg piping design courses will educate delegates in the specialised design of pressure vessels.
The design of pressure vessels requires a thorough understanding of topics such as strength of materials, stress analysis and relevant design codes.
Pressure vessel design also necessitates a logical, planned approach to the documentation of all relevant calculations as in many cases, these design calculations can be quite extensive.
KASA Redberg piping design courses provide engineers with an opportunity to formally receive instruction in the design of pressure vessels to the governing AS1210 Australian standard.
The purpose of this iteration of the piping design courses is to provide a two day seminar that instructs participants in the fundamental design principles of pressure vessels, as well as discussion of the commonly employed clauses of AS1210.
Delegates who would benefit from the seminar include:
- consulting engineers
- process engineers
- design engineers
- project engineers; and
- anyone who needs to design, inspect or sell pressure vessels compliant with AS1210 as part of their job function.
The seminar include numerous design calculations, so KASA Redberg recommends that each attendee is degree or diploma qualified in a relevant technical discipline such as mechanical, chemical or structural engineering.
No previous knowledge or exposure to pressure vessel design is required, although it would be beneficial to attendees if they have seen some examples of pressure vessels in applications at their place of work prior to attending. This will provide some context to better aid the learning process.