Event|Webinar

Tips in mechanical design of hydrogen piping and pipeline

5.00pm — 6.00pm AEST, 28 July 2022

Overview

About the event 

There are key aspects that need to be considered and incorporated into the mechanical design of the hydrogen service, particularly when it comes to high-pressure industrial scale within piping or pipeline systems. 
 
ASME B 31.12 (Hydrogen Piping & Pipeline) has been the global leading reference for a decade and provides principle requirements and safety provisions in design of Hydrogen service. 
 
This presentation will explore some of these key aspects to ensure the mechanical design of hydrogen system is safe, reliable and operable. 

About the speaker 

Amir Esmaeili  

FIEAust CPEng NER APEC Engineer IntPE(Aus) 

Technical Authority – APA Group 

Amir has more than 22 years of professional experience in the oil, gas and energy industry, including Engineering Design, Construction and Integrity within the Refineries, Petrochemical Plants, Hydrogen units and Transmission Pipelines in accordance with ASME & AS & API standards. 

He is a Technical Committee Member of ASME B31 Codes, such as ASME B31.3, ASME B 31.4, ASME B31.8, ASME B31.8S, ASME B 31.12, ASME A13.1; Meanwhile, he is the IRG Vice-chair of ASME B 31.8 & 8S and the Vice-chair for Australia ASME SLT (Section Leadership Team). 

Facilitator 

Danni Roberts 

RPEQ, CPEng., NER 

Mechanical Practice Lead, QLD 

Aurecon 

Details

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Technical Society Member: $30.00
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Non-Member: $30.00
Registration close
28 July 2022
06.00pm AEST
Maximum CPD Hours
1