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Was ist der ASME Code

An overview of the complete seminar program:

Seminar Title Date
F1 The ASME Boiler & Pressure Vessel Code: An Introduction 13 November 2023
F2 ASME BPV Code, Section VIII, Division 1: Pressure Vessels 14-15 November 2023
F3 ASME BPV Code, Section IX: Welding 16-17 November 2023
F4 ASME BPV Code Section VIII, Division 1: Workshop Design Calculation 20-22 November 2023
F5 ASME BPV Code and PED Requirements 23 November 2023
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Q5: Material Requirements of the ASME BPV Code


Wednesday, 7 June 2023 / 9 am to 5 pm (Online, CET)

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How to avoid the most common mistakes when using ASME Code material! You will concisely learn the basics of Section II for ASME material. This course will also focus on the specific requirements from the construction codes for pressure vessels and boilers. Further important topics are material testing (impact, tensile, etc.), the use of non-ASME material and recertification, filler materials, correct material certificates and marking, yield/tensile/creep strength as a basis of allowable stress values, ASME Code compliant wording for material purchase orders.

The seminar language is English.

Key points of the seminar:

  • Content and structure of ASME Code Section II

    • Part A: Ferrous Materials

    • Part B: Nonferrous Materials

    • Part C: Filler metals

    • Part D: Material Properties

  • Certification of material - What do ASME compliant certificates look like?

  • Difference between ASME and ASTM material

  • When is supplemental testing required? How is it to be performed?

  • How to order material in an ASME Code compliant way?

  • Permissible materials for the construction of boilers and pressure vessels

  • Material requirements for non-pressure retaining items

  • Recertification of material

  • Which requirements have to be followed for the marking of material?

  • Which options exist regarding the use of EN or "Non ASME Material" in general?

Seminar Instructor:

Dr. Daniel Hüggenberg | Phone: +49 201 74 72 75-17 | E-Mail:

Dr. Daniel HüggenbergDr. Daniel Hüggenberg's professional background is closely related to material science. He is experienced in various subjects such as high temperature material applications, fatigue as well as creep behavior and in providing specific solutions for state-of-the- art power plants. Daniel is the author of several publications in his field and has shared his experience at many conferences and contributed to the development of Codes and Standards. Since joining CIS GmbH he has additionally qualified as an ASME Authorized Inspector and now passes on his know-how through his inspection and consulting activities. In his customer-oriented seminars Daniel addresses user-related issues faced by the plant engineering industry when it comes to meeting ASME Code requirements. 

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