Central Daylight Time
October 25, 2022
9:00 am - 12:15 pm
Gregory Thomas Quickel will present “ERW Pipe: History, Metallurgy and Integrity Management Issues” as a webinar on October 25, 2022
If your pipeline system includes significant mileage of ERW pipe or you have any role in the procurement, inspection and/or integrity management of ERW pipe this is the webinar you need. The covered topics will include the following:
- How is ERW made? Historical and modern processes
- Identifying ERW in the field (seamless v. ERW, finding the fusion line, unique visible features)
- Measuring the properties of ERW seams in the lab (destructively) and in the field (nondestructively). Evaluating MTRs for ERW.
- ERW manufacturing flaws; How to find them and assessing the significance of detected flaws. Historical safety performance of ERW.
- Repair options for ERW seams
- Comparing manufacturing standards applicable to ERW (API PSL 1, and PSL 2, ASTM)
- What the federal pipeline safety regs say specifically about ERW
- Reports and other resources for understanding ERW pipe integrity issues and typical ERW properties
Certificate of Completion Awarding 3 PDHs
“This was a great webinar, packed with both historical and modern information.”
“Great job, you were well informed but easy to follow as well.”
“Bill was great.”
“Great job. You were well informed but easy to follow as well.”
“Bill did a wonderful job today presenting the material and answering every question that I had!
“I think the topics covered were good. I like the graphic that showed what other courses this material interacts with. Well Done!”
“Very informative course, extremely related to a current project dealing with vintage LF ERW Pipe.”
“Great presentation. Easy to follow.”
“Very nice, knowledgeable, and enthusiastic about topics he’s presenting and about getting answers to all questions asked.”
“Bill was very knowledgeable and provided great insight and training!”
“I enjoy attending TTI Training courses. I always learn something new, and I appreciate hearing the feedback and questions of others who attend – and that TTI sends out follow up emails for questions left unanswered by the end of the online session.”
Principal Engineer, DNV
Mr. Quickel is a Principal Engineer with DNV and is Head of Section – Investigation with DNV. He has worked on over 100 failure analysis projects in the oil and gas, utilities, and aerospace industry. Some of the causes of failure he has worked on include stress corrosion cracking (SCC), caustic cracking, oxygen corrosion, carbonic acid corrosion, microbially influenced corrosion (MIC), selective seam corrosion, various seam weld defect failures, hydrogen cracking of girth welds, fatigue, corrosion fatigue, creep, and mechanical damage. Mr. Quickel is a Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) in the state of Ohio and graduated from The Ohio State University with a B.S and M.S. in Materials Science & Engineering.
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