February 3, 2021
8:30 am - 11:30 am
Mike Rosenfeld will present “Elements of the New ECA Requirements in Part 192” as a webinar on February 3, 2021
This training has the minimum required to hold the class. Further information to be provided upon registration.
What is an ECA?
- Overview of 192.632
- Overview of 192.712
- Data needed for an ECA
- Accounting for ILI error
- Accounting for HT error
- Dealing with data gaps
Calculating the Failure Pressure and Remaining Life
- Accounting for assessment model error
- Requirements on estimating remaining life
- Effects of uncertainty
- MAOP from the failure pressure
- Expected revisions for response time
- Failure pressure of other conditions
Certificate of completion awarding 3 PDHs.
“Mike does an exceptional job of explaining a difficult subject.”
“Excellent presentation, appropriate level of technical detail!”
Mike Rosenfeld, Chief Engineer, RSI Pipeline Solutions, LLC
Mr. Rosenfeld is an experienced consultant in pipeline fitness for service, pipeline integrity, pipeline design and construction, causes of pipeline failures, pipeline regulations and standards, and related matters. He has performed numerous pipeline failure investigations and root cause failure analyses; research funded by the pipeline industry on the effects of mechanical damage, fatigue, pipeline integrity threat interactions, and methods to determine the probable grade of undocumented pipe materials; engineering analyses of a broad range of design, operations, or integrity matters for numerous pipeline operators; and provided expert support in litigation. He chairs the Subgroup on Design, Materials, and Construction of the ASME B31.8 Gas Transmission and Distribution Piping Committee and serves on other ASME piping standards development committees. Mr. Rosenfeld has authored or co-authored over 90 published articles or public presentations dating to 1988, is an ASME Fellow, and is a Professional Engineer registered in the State of Ohio. He previously worked with Kiefner & Associates (27 years), Battelle (6 years), and Impell Corporation (4 years). He earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of Michigan (1979) and a Master of Engineering from Carnegie-Mellon University (1981). Mike is the Chief Engineer at RSI Pipeline Solutions, LLC and past President of Kiefner.
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