2011 SPED TECHNICAL BRIEFS, OCTOBER 27-28, 2011, HOUSTON MARRIOTT ENERGY CORRIDOR

Join us for the SPED Technical Briefs on October 27-28, 2011.  This All-Events ticket is transferrable; if you cannot attend both days, you can share it with an associate.  The Briefs are eight tutorials and one panel spanning two days, October 27-28, 2011 in Houston, Texas.  Early Bird price of $200 has been extended.  Purchase tickets.

 

10/27 AM

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Mike Huereca

INSTRUMENTATION FOR PIPERS Mike Huereca, Rawson Inc.

A rare overview of Instrumentation from industry expert Mike Huereca. Learn what technology is used to measure pressure, temperature, level and flow and how it should be incorporated into pipe runs and equipment.

10/27 AM

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Jim Mohrfield

VALVES FOR PIPERS Jim Mohrfield, Premium Solutions

A design oriented review of valves and their role in blocking, switching and moderating fluids. Valve expert Jim Mohrfeld will explain how valves are designed to perform in most types of piping systems.  About Jim Mohrfield.

10/27 AM

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David Diehl, P.E.

PIPE STRESS FOR PIPERS David Diehl, P.E., Intergraph Process, Power & Marine

Pipe Stress is one of the most popular topics for designers and engineers alike. Stress Expert David Diehl will introduce pipe stress concepts from quick screening situations to load considerations found in most design codes. About David Diehl.

10/27 PM

Patrick Campbell

P&IDS FOR PIPERS Patrick Campbell, AMEC Paragon Natural Resources Oil & Gas

P&ID Interpretation is one the highest concern areas among piping mangers and clients. Process expert Patrick Campbell will discuss the best and most effective use of P&IDs on projects by pipers and other disciplines.

10/27 PM

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Ned Hawkins

PIPE FABRICATION Ned Hawkins, Soule & Company

Proper pipe layout and dimensioning can save a lot in fabrication. Professional Fabricator Ned Hawkins will explain what fabricators need from pipers and how standard design techniques will cut spool cost and schedule.

10/28 AM

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HANGERS AND SUPPORTS Jerry Godina, Lead Springs Designer, Piping Technology & Products Hangers and supports remain a key part of every pipe layout. PTP's support expert will explain pipe layout approaches that minimize support costs and installation issues. About Jerry Godina.

10/28 AM

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Roy E. Yates

PRESSURE VESSELS Roy E. Yates, Freeport Welding & Fabricating, Inc.

Fixed equipment are filled with details and appurtenances that impact placement and piping. Vessels fabricator Roy Yates will explain how to design vessels and piping to benefit most from modern vessel fabrication techniques and keep costs down.  About Roy Yates.

10/28 PM

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Ray Hardee P.E.

CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS Ray Hardee P.E., Engineered Software, Inc.

Pumps remain a major design task where pumps and piping are matched to each other with great care. Pump expert Ray Hardee will explain the tips and techniques of pump selection and proper piping for lowest operational and maintenance costs.

10/28 PM

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John Nyholt

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Mark Carte

PANEL: INSPECTABILITY FOR PIPERS

Ray Konet, Valero

John Nyholt, BP America

Mark Carte, Olympus NDT

Joe Frey P.E., Stress Engineering Services, Inc.

Fixed Equipment Inspection is an ongoing operational cost for owners with impacts on safety, maintenance and availability. In a special outreach to EPCs, this panel of industry experts will discuss how to lower inspection costs and increase effectiveness by better piping and equipment design.

About John Nyholt.

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