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CEI Training Session

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What to expect

OneCIS will present a seminar and workshop on ASME Section VIII, Div. 1 covering design, MDMT and some fabrication requirements. CEI will conduct a DesignCalcs fundamental training.


CompessDiscover new capabilities for DesignCalcs Pressure Vessel and Heat Exchanger design software.

CommentsParticipate in an open forum to discuss the industry's ever changing code landscape.

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Date: Nov 11 – 13th
TIME: 8am - 5pm
Cost:  $1,975 per person
Place: Courtyard by Marriott, Blue Springs, MO, 1500 NE Coronado Dr, Blue Springs, MO 64014

*The Courtyard by Marriot is giving a discounted rate if you mention the conference when you book a room. 



DAY 1 - Section VIII, Div. 1 Introduction
DAY 2 - Materials, Fabrication and Design Overview with CEI Software
DAY 3 - Design with CEI Software and Q&A with Industry Experts






the speakers



Paul T Shanks
As a Technical Consultant Mr. Shanks is responsible for checking the technical content of customer PED applications as well as the supporting ASME calculations.
Mr. Shanks as a PED Level 3 has responsibility for reviewing technical documentation for level 2’s as well as providing authorization signature for PED certificates.
William D. Tillman
Mr. Tillman has 40 years of experience in ASME Codes as an Authorized Inspector, Authorized Nuclear Inspector, Authorized Inspector Supervisor and Authorized Nuclear Inspector Supervisor.  He has worked as a Third Party Inspector and was certified as an API-510 Inspector. Mr. Tillman has been teaching ASME Codes for 36 years.

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Mike Clark
Mike earned his BSME in 2003 and received his license in 2008.  He has had a seat on the Subgroup Heat Transfer Equipment since 2004 and is now the Secretary of the group.  Mike's other involvements in the code community include peer review on ASME PTB-3 and PTB-4 and validation of the design by rule (part 4) method for Division 2 when it was rewritten for the 2007 publication.  Michael has authored multiple code revisions including changes to the tubesheet shear stress method and the kettle shell method.  Mike has been with CEI since 2002.

Tiradej earned his BSME and EIT in 2014 and is pursuing his license currently. He has been involved with ASME BPV code since starting as a full time employee in 2015. He is the junior engineer at CEI and works directly with Mike Clark on DesignCalcs. He currently sits on the Subgroup on Heat Transfer Equipment and actively writes and reviews changes to the ASME BPV code.
Tiradej handles the bulk of the technical questions that come to CEI so if you have asked a question he has more than likely been the person to answer it.

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