Evaluating In-service Welding Hydrogen Cracking Risk
October 13, 2020
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Matt Boring will present a 2-hour live webinar titled, Evaluating In-service Welding Hydrogen Cracking Risk on October 13, 2020.
This training has the minimum required to hold the class. Further information to be provided upon registration.
This 2-hour webinar provides an overview of one of the primary safety concerns with in-service welding which is hydrogen cracking. The discussion will include a review of all factors that affect the risk of hydrogen cracking as well as ways to mitigate the risk.
This session is part of a four-part series included in our popular 1.5-day, “In-Service Welding-Concerns, Design Implementation, Inspection & Testing, Regulation and Compliance for Engineers, Project Managers, Construction Managers, and Welders.”
There are four webinars available:
Evaluating In-service Welding Burnthrough Risk – October 13 – 9 a.m.-10:30 a.m. Central Time
Evaluating In-service Welding Hydrogen Cracking Risk – October 13 – 2 p.m. – 4 p.m. – Central Time
API 1104 – In-service Welding Qualifications – October 20 – 9 a.m.- 10:30 a.m. Central Time
PRCI Thermal Analysis for Hot Tap Welding – October 20 – 2 p.m.- 3:30 pm Central Time
Each webinar priced at $250.
Discount pricing for this series:
2 webinars – $400 – Use promo code 2WCODE
3 webinars – $500 – Use promo code 3WCODE
4 webinars – $675 – Use Promo code 4WCODE
Evaluating In-service welding Hydrogen Cracking Risk
- SMAW Overview
- Background on Weld Defects
- Recent Significant Incidents
- Hydrogen Cracking Requirements
- Tensile Stress
- Crack Susceptible Microstructure
- Welding Metallurgy 101
- Hydrogen Demonstration
- Prevention of Hydrogen Cracking
2 PDHs available with Certificate of Completion
This webinar receives a 4.8 out of 5 star rating!
“He did a very good job explaining the subject. You can tell he has vast knowledge on the subject and knows how to describe it in a way that all can understand.”
“Great content. Learned a lot and was able to confirm or enhance knowledge I already had.”
“Matt is clear and concise. He is a great presenter.”
“Handouts were very useful. Provided valuable information.”
“The videos were great!”
“Very knowledgeable and engaging instructor.”
Mr. Boring is a pipeline welding engineer who works primarily in new pipeline construction, including engineering critical assessments (ECA), pipeline rehabilitation, and in-service or hot-tap welding. Mr. Boring started his career with EWI, where he was responsible for a wide range of welding research projects for the pipeline, offshore structure, pressure vessel, and nuclear industries.
In 2012 Matt joined Kiefner and Associates, where he continued his focus on welding research while expanding into the areas of code compliance and failure investigations of pipeline and associated components. More recently he joined the Incident Investigation Group at DNV GL, where he continues to support the pipeline industry by providing a range of consulting services including new construction, fitness for service, pipeline rehabilitation, and integrity.
Throughout his career, Mr. Boring has been heavily involved in oil and gas industry code development, including being a member and office holder for several industry welding qualification codes. He has been a member of the API 1104 Committee, the ASME Section IX Committee, the ASME Section IX subgroup on welding qualifications, the ASME PCC-2 Committee, and the ASME PCC-2 Repair and Testing Subcommittee.
Mr. Boring is currently the co-chair of the API 1104 Annex B subcommittee, which oversees the API 1104 in-service welding requirements, and the chair of the ASME PCC-2 Welded Repair Subgroup.
Mr. Boring is a registered Professional Welding Engineer in the State of Ohio, as well as an AWS Certified Welding Engineer and AWS Certified Welding Inspector.
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