ETD Consulting is holding a two-day P91 / 92 course from 14-15 October, followed by a two-day industry seminar from 16-17 October, titled ‘Use and Abuse of P91 and P92’. Both are being held in London, UK, but can also be attended remotely by video conference from anywhere in the world.
The events are approved by IOM3, UK, for 14 professional development hours. Delegates can attend in person or by video conference, and programme and registration forms are available at www.etd-consulting.com.
Special rates are available for students, academics and (non-industry affiliated) researchers. Please email ETD for further information: email@example.com.
P91 and 92 steels training course
In this course, modules include topics on P91/ P92 fabrication, welding, heat treatment, purchase specifications, plant experience, damage mechanisms and integrity / life assessment.
The course presenters are leaders in the field, and include Prof Dr Masuyama from the Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan (inventor of grades 23, 122, HCM9M and HCM 12), Dr David Robertson (ETD) and Dr David Allen (Ex-E.ON).
The early registration course fee is £900+VAT per delegate.
International Seminar: ‘Use and Abuse of P91 and P92 Steels’
The training course will be followed by an international seminar, which presents real-life industry experiences of P91 and P92 steels, from across Europe and the world.
It involves senior academic and industry figures from organisations including:
- ETD Consulting (UK)
- GDF Suez (UK)
- CRIEPI (Japan),
- MPA Stuttgart (Germany)
- INAIL (Italy)
- Laborelec / Electrabel (Belgium)
- EDF (France)
- E.ON (Germany)
- ENEL (Italy)
- Nippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Corporation (Japan)
- Chung-Ang University (Korea)
- Tenaris (Italy)
- Kyushu Institute of Technology (Japan)
- Wuhan University (China)
- Tirreno Power (Italy)
- ALS (Australia)
- Tallawara Power Plant (Australia)
- Jiangsu Frontier Electric Technology Co (China), and more.
The early registration fee is £1,100+VAT.