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PVP 2015

2015 Pressure Vessels & Piping Conference


Final Program
New Frontiers in Pressure Vessels
and Piping

July 1923, 2015


Boston Park Plaza
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Welcome to PVP 2015
Welcome to Boston, Massachusetts for the 2015 ASME Pressure Vessels & Piping Conference. The PVP Conference is known to be the outstanding international
technical forum for participants to further their knowledge-base through exposure to diverse engineering topics and dissemination of cutting-edge technology related to
pressure vessel and piping technologies for the power and process industries. We look forward to fruitful technical exchanges between participants from Europe, Africa,
the Middle East, Asia, the Americas and the Oceania islands. Our Conference continues to shape the technology in the pressure vessel industry on a truly global basis.
The ASME Pressure Vessels & Piping Division is sponsoring this Conference. The ASME Nondestructive Evaluation, Diagnosis and Prognosis Division (NDPD) is also
participating. This year, the Conference Technical Program contains approximately 700 technical papers and presentations organized into approximately 190 technical
and panel discussion sessions, four technical tutorials, two special tutorials, and our outstanding Rudy Scavuzzo Student Paper Competition & Symposium. The NDE
and Software Demonstration forums are also organized as part of our technical program.
Technical papers presented in this Conference are separated into tracks, according to their technical areas, and are available online following the Conference.
A key component of every PVP Conference is the opportunity to socialize and make new friendsthis years Conference offers several great possibilities. Enjoy the
Boston City Tour on Mondaythis tour will show you numerous famous locations in Boston including the Old South Meeting House, where planning for the Tea Party
coup took place and the Old State House where the Declaration of Independence was recited to Boston residents. Monday evening we all meet at the Conference-
Wide Reception which will be held in the Imperial Ballroom. The Duck Tour on Tuesday is a sightseeing journey aboard a DUCK, a W.W.II style amphibious landing
vehicle, highlighting all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom and a city of firsts. The Wednesday evening social event will be a Thompson Island
Clam Bake, which is one of the largest and most ecologically diverse islands in the Boston Harbor Islands National Park area.
PVP 2015 Program Layout
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
July 19, 2015 July 20, 2015 July 21, 2015 July 22, 2015 July 23, 2015
Arrival Authors Breakfast/Briefing Authors Breakfast/Briefing Authors Breakfast/Briefing Authors Breakfast/Briefing
7:30 am
Registration Opens Registration Open Registration Open Registration Open Registration Open
8:15 am
(8:00 am 6:00 pm) (7:30 am 4:00 pm) (7:30 am 4:00 pm) (7:30 am noon) (7:30 am 3:00 pm)
Block 2.1
Block 1.1 Block 3.1
8:30 am Technical Sessions Block 4.1
Open Technical Sessions Technical Sessions
10:15 am Technical Tutorial Technical Sessions
NDE Demo Technical Tutorial
Software Demo
Block 2.2
Block 1.2 Block 3.2
10:30 am Technical Sessions Block 4.2
Open Plenary Session Technical Sessions
12:15 pm Technical Tutorial Technical Sessions
NDE Demo Technical Tutorial
Software Demo
Lunch Lunch
12:15 pm Honors & Awards Luncheon
Open Technical Committee Technical Committee Lunch
1:45 pm (12:30 pm 2:15 pm)
Meetings Meetings
Block 1.3 Block 2.3
2:00 pm Special Tutorial Technical Sessions Technical Sessions Block 3.3 Block 4.3
3:45 pm (1:00 pm 3:30 pm) Technical Tutorial Technical Tutorial Open Technical Sessions
NDE Demo Software Demo
Block 1.4 Block 2.4
Block 4.4
4:00 pm Special Tutorial Technical Sessions Technical Sessions Block 3.4
Technical Sessions
5:45 pm (4:00 pm 6:00 pm) Technical Tutorial Technical Tutorial Open
Conference Evaluation
NDE Demo Software Demo
Conference-Wide Reception Conference Social Event
Evening Open Open Open
(6:15 pm 8:00 pm) (6:00 pm 10:00 pm)

Index to Program
ASME Post Construction Standards Workshop . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Opening Ceremony & Plenary Session (PVP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Authors Breakfast/Briefing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Professional Development Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Call for Papers (PVP-2016) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11, 67 Registration Hours, Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Committee Meetings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Session Listing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1653
Conference Publications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Session Titles by Session Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1215
Cooperating Societies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Social Programs & Tours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Disabled Registrants . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Society & Division Officers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Guest/Family Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89 Software Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Honors and Awards Luncheon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .45 Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . back cover
Hotel Floor Plans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66 Student Paper Symposium & Competition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Index of Authors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5764 Tax Deductibility . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Index of Session Chairs & Co-Chairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5456 Tutorials . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
NDE Forum . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6

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The American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Pressure Vessels & Piping Division
PVP 2015 Conference Committees PVP Division Executive Committee (20142015)
Daniel T. Peters Chair
Marina B. Ruggles-Wrenn Vice Chair
Douglas A. Scarth Honors and Awards Chair
Maher Y. A. Younan Professional Development Chair
Pierre Mertiny Programs Chair
Hakim Bouzid Communications Chair
PVP Senate of Past Division Chairs
Michael E. Nitzel, Historian (201415) 201214
Ronald S. Hafner, President (201415) 201112
Young W. Kwon 201011
Luc H. Geraets* 200910
Marina B. Ruggles-Wrenn Douglas A. Scarth
Artin A. Dermenjian 200809
Conference Chair Technical Program Chair
James F. Cory, Jr., 200708
Judith A. Todd 200607
M. K. Au-Yang 200506
Ismail T. Kisisel 200405
William J. Bees 200304
Howard H. Chung 200203
Joseph Sinnappan 200102
A. G. (Jack) Ware 200001
Robert F. Sammataro* 199900
Thou-Han Liu 199899
William E. Short, II 199798
Richard C. Gwaltney 199697
Sam Y. Zamrik
Shoei-Sheng Chen* 199596
Conference Advisor
Greg L. Hollinger 199495
PVP Technical Program Representatives Carl E. Jaske 199394
Codes & Standards Steven X. Xu Rudy J. Scavuzzo 199293
Kiminobu Hojo Sam Y. Zamrik 199192
Computer Technology & Bolted Joints Takashi Kobayashi G. E. Otto Widera 199091
Manfred Schaaf Robert H. Mallett 198990
Design & Analysis Mingxin Zhao Robert W. Swindeman 198889
Sean McGuffie Alexander H. C. Marr 198788
Fluid-Structure Interaction Jihui Geng Jeffrey T. Fong 198687
Toshiaki Watanabe Don B. Van Fossen 198586
High-Pressure Technology David Gross James R. Farr* 198485
Karl Simpson Charles F. Nash 198384
Materials & Fabrication Matthew Kerr Donald S. Griffin 198283
Operations, Applications & Components Georges Bezdikian Richard H. Gallagher* 198182
Ayman Cheta L. Eugene Hulbert 198081
Seismic Engineering Chong-Shien Tsai Robert E. Nickell* 197980
Student Paper Competition Ronald S. Hafner Roger F. Reedy 197879
ASME NDPD Division Shiv Joshi David H. C. Pai 197778
NDE Demonstration Forum Carl E. Jaske Pedro V. Marcal 197677
Software Demonstration Forum James F. Cory, Jr. Harold H. Waite* 197576
Robert L. Cloud 197475
Student Paper Competition Session Developers
Charles V. Moore 197374
Codes & Standards Peter James
Irvin Berman* 197273
Andrew Wasylyk
Danos Kallas* 197172
Computer Technology & Bolted Joints Yasumasa Shoji
Robert J. Cepluch* 197071
Design & Analysis San Iyer
Charles F. Larson 196970
Fluid-Structure Interaction Victor Janzen,
Gunther P. Eschenbrenner 196869
Christina Giannopapa
Vito Salerno* 196768
High-Pressure Technology Mahesh Aggarwal
Dana Young* 196667
Darren Stang
*Deceased
Materials & Fabrication Noel ODowd, Sean Leen, Haiyang Qian, Carl Jaske
Operations, Applications & Components Yasumasa Shoji, PVP Division Technical Committee Chairs
Steve Hensel Codes & Standards Russell C. Cipolla
Seismic Engineering Chong-Shien Tsai, Computer Technology & Bolted Joints Wolf Reinhardt
Tasmin Hassan Design & Analysis Trevor Seipp
ASME NDPD Division William T. Springer Fluid-Structure Interaction Christina Giannopapa
PVP Senate Ronald S. Hafner High-Pressure Technology Darren Stang
Michael E. Nitzel Materials & Fabrication David Rudland
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Operations, Applications & Components Matthew R. Feldman Dr. Brown served on the National Nuclear Accreditation Board and the Engineering
Seismic Engineering Tomoyo Taniguchi Accreditation Commission and Board of Directors of ABET where he has accred-
ited both utility training and engineering and technology programs. He is a Fellow
PVP Division Administrative Committee Chairs
of the American Nuclear Society and served on the Board of Directors and Chair
Membership Chair Darren Stang
of the Education Division.
Website & PVPD Newsletter Editor Hakim Bouzid
International Coordination Michiel Brongers Dr. Brown earned his Ph.D. in Nuclear Engineering from the Massachusetts In-
stitute of Technology and B.S. in Engineering Physics from Cornell University.
ASME Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology
Editor Young W. Kwon Plenary Speaker
ASME President
Julio Guerrero 20152016
ASME Staff
Executive Director Thomas G. Loughlin
Program Manager Jamie Hart
OPENING CEREMONY and PLENARY SESSION
New Frontiers in Pressure Vessels and Piping
The Conference opens on Monday, July 20, at 10:30 am, in the Imperial Ballroom.
Representatives of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers will welcome
the attendees. The first presentation will be delivered by Dr. Gilbert J. Brown, Co- Dr. Paul Spekkens
Ontario Power Generation
ordinator of the Nuclear Engineering Program at the University of Massachusetts
Lowell. The second presentation will be delivered by Dr. Paul Spekkens, the Vice The Evolution of Electricity Supply at Ontario Power Generation
President of the Science and Technology Development Division at Ontario Power Access to safe, reliable, clean electricity at an affordable cost is critical for social
Generation (OPG). well-being and industrial growth in modern societies. This presentation will discuss
Plenary Speaker the approach used by Ontario Power Generation, the largest utility on the Province
of Ontario, Canada, to meeting this challenge. The approach is based upon main-
taining diverse energy supply sources, including major nuclear, hydraulic and ther-
mal generating stations. To meet the future energy need, it will be necessary to
optimizing each element of the mix. This involves three main elements:
maximizing the current life of the existing facilities through advanced Ageing
Management Programs,
investing in renewing facilities to provide extended life, for example through
major refurbishments of nuclear facilities, and re-powering some formerly
coal-fired stations
adding new generating assets to the fleet.
The presentation will describe Ontario Power Generations programs in each of
Dr. Gilbert J. Brown these areas.
University of Massachusetts Lowell
Dr. Paul Spekkens is Vice President, Science & Technology Development at On-
Nuclear Energy: Now and in the Future tario Power Generation Inc. (OPG). Dr. Spekkens was appointed to his current
There is clear correlation between energy utilization and quality of life. But in so- position in Canadian Nuclear Partners (CNP) in July 2014. In this role he is re-
ciety today there are billions of people who lack adequate energy and the atten- sponsible for the engineering aspects of products and services being provided to
dant clean water and electricity that reduces disease and infant mortality and leads external customers by OPGs subsidiary CNP. He is also responsible for the lead-
to increased life span and quality of life. Notwithstanding the utilization of energy ership of OPGs nuclear Research and Development Program. Prior to his current
in the near term, is the challenge placed on the environment, in particular, with role, he was responsible for the management of all components and component
respect to increasing levels of CO2. engineering programs in OPG nuclear, including major component programs on
Nuclear energy generates approximately 20% of the electricity used in the United fuel channels, feeders, steam generators and reactor components. He has previ-
States and is the largest source of emission free energy producing about twice ously held several other roles in the Nuclear support organization of OPG.
the amount produced by hydro, wind and solar collectively. Last year in the United Dr. Spekkens began his career with Ontario Hydro (the predecessor company of
States about two-thirds of the electricity generated came from combustion, one- OPG) in 1977 with the Research Division. He worked 17 years on R&D in the
fifth from fission and one-tenth from renewables. It is in this more holistic under- areas of primary system chemistry and activity transport; secondary system chem-
standing of energy that the role of nuclear in the present and in the future will be istry and steam generator corrosion; chemical cleaning and decontamination.
presented. Dr. Spekkens has a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Chemistry from the
Dr. Gilbert J. Brown is Director of the Nuclear Engineering Program at the Uni- University of Ottawa (1972) and a PhD in Chemistry from McMaster University in
versity of Massachusetts Lowell where he has been since 1973. He has national Hamilton (1977).
and international experiences in government and industry.
HONORS and AWARDS LUNCHEON
Dr. Brown served as a Foster Fellow in the US Department of State, in the Bureau The ASME PVP Division Honors and Awards Luncheon, during which all Division
of International Security and Nonproliferation. He helped develop and was a men- and selected ASME Society awards are presented, will be held on Wednesday,
tor at the World Nuclear Universitys Summer Institute. He worked at the IAEA in July 22, at 12:30 pm, in the Imperial Ballroom. The top PVP Division award, the
safeguards training and now serves as a technical consultant. He has worked at ASME S. Y. Zamrik PVP Medal, will be presented to Dr. Ike Ezekoye.
national laboratories and in industry and has one patent and over 50 technical
publications in the areas of nuclear safety, advanced reactors, economics, mate-
rials, cogeneration, and in the interdisciplinary area of technology and values.

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ASME S. Y. Zamrik PVP Medal Recipient Technical Tutorials: These tutorials are approximately four hours in length. Tech-
nical Tutorials fill two consecutive conference session blocks, and are integrated
into the conference session schedule. The Technical Tutorial notes will be avail-
able in either printed or electronic format.
Each attendee will receive a Certificate of Attendance, as proof that the attendee
has participated in the two-hour Special Tutorial, or the four-hour Technical Tutorial.
The PVP Division will not assign Continuing Education Units (CEUs) on these
certificates. However, attendees may negotiate CEU credits with their respective
licensing boards.
An outline of the tutorial sessions for the 2015 PVP Conference is presented
below.
Dr. Ike Ezekoye SPECIAL TUTORIALS
Consulting Engineer Sunday, July 19, 1:00 pm 3:30 pm
This years recipient of the ASME S. Y. Zamrik Pressure Vessels & Piping Medal Georgian Room, Mezzanine
is Dr. Ike Ezekoye. Dr. Ike Ezekoye is a recognized authority on valves and related Capturing Creativity in Engineering
components. He began his engineering career at Rockwell Manufacturing Com-
pany in Barberton, Ohio. There he rose quickly from a valve Design Engineer for Hoda Mostafa, The American University in Cairo
the power industry to a Project Engineer on valve applications before advancing This special tutorial exposes participants to a variety of approaches and tools that
to the position of a Research Engineer within the Valve Engineering Research encourage creativity and creative problem solving as a life skill. Simple activities
(VER) department. Rockwell International subsequently moved him to the corpo- that serve to increase idea fluency, making connections, effective ideation and
rate headquarters research center in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. At VER, Dr. other approaches will be introduced with hands-on activities for each technique.
Ezekoye explored innovative valve design concepts and performed flow testing Participants will explore the relationship between critical thinking and creative
to determine their performance characteristics. His research also included simu- thinking through examples and activities.
lating the behavior of check valves in postulated pipe break events in sodium re- Sunday, July 19, 4:00 pm 6:00 pm
actors. His work caught the attention of his Westinghouse collaborators which Georgian Room, Mezzanine
resulted in him joining the Westinghouse Water Reactor Division, where he spent
the vast majority of his professional career that spanned more than 30 years ad- Process and Benefits of ASME Pressure Technology Codes & Standards
vancing the design and application of valves in nuclear power plants and the eval- Development
uation of valve failures. Bill Bees, Consulting Engineer, and Mahendra Rana, Praxair, Inc.
In retirement from Westinghouse, Dr. Ezekoye has been providing valve consulting Have you ever wondered how all of the Codes & Standards stuff that ASME pro-
services to Westinghouse Electric Company in valve design and applications as- duces happens? In addition to the advantages and benefits that ASME members
sociated with launching of AP1000 nuclear power plants worldwide, supporting gain from membership in the PVP Division and attendance and participation in
existing commercial nuclear power plant upgrades and supporting the resolution the ASME Pressure Vessel & Piping Conference, ASME can also offer additional
of equipment reliability issues. In this context, Dr. Ezekoye has supported the benefits to folks with these interests in the area of Codes & Standards develop-
Pressurized Water Reactor Owners Group (PWROG) projects in the resolution of ment. In this special tutorial, we will:
several Nuclear Regulatory Commission Generic Letters (GLs) such as GL 96- Explain the overall process used in development of ASME Codes & Stan-
05, covering age related degradation of safety related motor operated valves, GL dards, and specifically those in the area of Pressure Technology Codes &
95-07, covering pressure locking and thermal binding of safety related gate valves, Standards;
Generic Safety Issue (GSI) 191, covering downstream effects of safety related Describe the consensus process used in the Codes & Standards develop-
components ingesting debris following postulated pipe break in nuclear power ment process and the ANSI approval process;
plants, and GL 08-01, covering gas intrusion in safety related piping. Explore the benefits to participants in ASME Codes & Standards develop-
A longtime member of the ASME, Dr. Ezekoye has served as Secretary, Vice Chair ment activities;
and Chair of the Operations, Applications and Components (OAC) committee of Discuss the various types of participation in the Codes & Standards Com-
the ASME Pressure Vessels & Piping Division (PVPD). He has organized, chaired mittees, qualifications, and the expectations of the participants;
and co-chaired many technical sessions, and conducted a PVPD tutorial. He was Explore the relationship between the ASME Pressure Vessels & Piping Di-
a member of the PVPD Honors and Awards Committee. He was an Associate Ed- vision and ASME Codes & Standards;
itor of the Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology. Currently, Dr. Ezekoye is a Explain the overall Committee Structure under the Board on Pressure Tech-
member of PVPD Professional Development Committee. A licensed professional nology Codes & Standards and their areas of responsibilities; and
engineer, Dr. Ezekoye has been an ASME Fellow since 2000 and became an Discuss some of the emerging areas in Pressure Technology and the ones
ASME Life Fellow in 2007. He has been recognized by the ASME with several currently seeking participants.
awards for his contribution to the organization including the ASME Dedicated Serv- One of ASMEs most valuable assets is our relationships with the volunteer mem-
ice Award (2004). He has published over 100 technical papers and one book chap- bers who serve on our Codes & Standards committees. It is ASMEs policy to af-
ter and conducted seminars nationally and internationally. Dr. Ezekoye has over ford all persons with direct and material interest, without regard to country of
11 US patents and numerous invention disclosures. citizenship or residency, the opportunity to participate in the ASME Codes & Stan-
TUTORIALS dards development process. Membership on a committee normally represents
you as an individual, rather than as a representative of your employer or another
Tutorials offer both the experienced and early career engineers excellent oppor-
organization.
tunities to refresh their knowledge and to venture into specific technical areas out-
side their expertise. Admission to the tutorials and workshops is free for The last part of the Special Tutorial will be an open question and answer session
Conference Registrants. to discuss any questions you may have. So come and ask the experts about an-
other way to get involved with ASME.
Special Tutorial: This is a two-hour conference session, held on Sunday afternoon.
The session leader will make available the necessary presentation material.

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TECHNICAL TUTORIALS pairs, lost production and safety. This tutorial covers the following topics; typical
vibration problems, flow considerations; flow regime, flow calculations, hydrody-
Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 5:45 pm
namic mass, natural frequencies, and damping in two-phase flows. It also covers
Georgian Room, Mezzanine
vibration response calculations, piping systems, nuclear steam generator
Piping Probabilistic Fracture MechanicsApproaches and Applications U-bends, damage prediction, and design guidelines.
Xinjian Duan, Candu Energy Inc.; Dilip Dedhia, Structural Integrity Associ- NDE and SOFTWARE FORUMS
ates, Inc.; David Rudland, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission; Remi Din-
greville, Sandia National Laboratory NDE Demonstration Forum
Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 5:45 pm
This technical tutorial provides an overview of the fundamental probabilistic frac- Mezzanine
ture mechanics (PFM) concepts. Probabilistic fracture mechanics has been in-
creasingly used in Fitness-for-Service assessment of aging piping, reactor The NDE Demonstration Forum will be held on Monday, July 20th. NDE Vendors
vessels, and steam generator tubing in recent years. Probabilistic fracture me- will present and discuss their capabilities, equipment, and services in the Mezza-
chanics has also been used to provide the technical justification for the perform- nine. For additional information, please contact Dr. Carl E. Jaske, Det Norske Ver-
ance demonstration of Non Destructive Examination (NDE) systems, to rank the itas (USA), Inc., at Carl.Jaske@dnvgl.com.
locations for Risk Informed In-Service Inspection (RI-ISI), and to enhance the Software Demonstration Forum
technical basis of Probabilistic Risk Assessment (PRA). A number of PFM codes Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 5:45 pm
have been developed since the early 1980s, such as: PRAISE, PRO-LOCA, Mezzanine
SRRA, xLPR and PRAISE-CANDU. The Software Demonstration Forum will be held on Tuesday, July 21st. Software
Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 12:15 pm Vendors will present and discuss their capabilities, equipment, and services in the
Georgian Room, Mezzanine Mezzanine. For additional Information, please contact James F. Cory, Jr., Siemens
Overview of ASME Post Construction Standards PCC2,3: Repair of Pres- PLMS Software, at james.cory@siemens.com.
sure Equipment and Piping ASME POST CONSTRUCTION STANDARDS WORKSHOP
John L. Arnold, Niantic Bay Engineering, LLC; Jaan Taagepera, Chevron En- Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 5:45 pm
ergy Technology Co.; Steven Roberts, Shell Oil Co.
Presented by ASME Post Construction Standards Committee
This technical tutorial provides an overview of each of the five Parts in the stan- John L. Arnold, PCC Workshop Chair
dard, with some specific Articles receiving more focused attention. Originally pub-
Admission to the workshop is free for Conference Registrants. This workshop will
lished in 2007 as a 2006 edition, PCC-2 is still a relatively young and rapidly
include a seminar/tutorial in the morning followed by panel discussions in the af-
developing standard. Engineers working in facilities which incorporate vessels
ternoon. The workshop addresses current topics related to Post Construction
and piping inevitably must repair these sooner or later. This standard provides
Standards such as:
guidance on how to accomplish such repairs. By the end of the tutorial, the audi-
ence will have an in depth understanding of the scope and coverage of PCC-2, Overview of ASME Post Construction Standards,
as well as some insight into particular Articles. PCC-1Guideline for Pressure Boundary Bolted Flange Joint Assembly,
PCC-2Repair of Pressure Equipment and Piping,
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 5:45 pm
PCC-3Inspection Planning Using Risk Based Methods,
Georgian Room, Mezzanine
CRTD 41Risk-Based Methods for Equipment Life Management, and
Assessment/Design of Petrochemical Piping Systems and Components Lo- PTB-2Guide to Life Cycle Management of Pressure Equipment Integrity.
cated in Earthquake-Prone Zones
The afternoon sessions will be moderated interactive discussions on the current
Oreste S. Bursi, University of Trento, Italy; Fabrizio Paolacci, University of topics and future directions of ASME Post Construction Standards. Discussion
Rome, Italy topics will include:
Seismic assessment/evaluation has become an imperative for the proper design Bolted Flange Credentialing Processes,
of structures to safeguard them against earthquakes. This tutorial provides an in- Future direction of Post Construction Standards including Fitness for Service,
sight into the seismic design/assessment of industrial piping systems and com- Case studies on application of Risk Based Inspection Planning, and
ponents typical of petrochemical plants. In particular, the current code-based Real life applications of Repair and Testing techniques.
approach defined by American and European standardse.g., ASME, ASCE and
The workshop consists of the following sessions:
Euro codeswill be illustrated along with more modern approaches derived from
Technical Tutorial 2: Overview of ASME Post Construction Standards PCC
Nuclear Power Plants codes. Case studies focusing on support structures, piping
2,3: Repair of Pressure Equipment and Piping
networks and componentsi.e., elbows, flange joints and Tee jointswill be an-
8:30 am 12:15 pm, Georgian Room, Mezzanine
alyzed and the results will be illustrated and commented in the light of the above
CS-7-2Examples and Issues in PCC StandardsRoundtable Panel Dis-
framework.
cussion
Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 12:15 pm 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Whittier Room, 4th Floor
Georgian Room, Mezzanine CS-7-3Future Direction of PCC StandardsRoundtable Panel Discussion
Flow-Induced Vibration of Process System Components in Two-Phase Flows 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Whittier Room, 4th Floor
Michel J. Pettigrew, Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Canada SOCIAL PROGRAMS and TOURS
Some fifty percent of process system components operate in two-phase flows. Conference-Wide ReceptionImperial Ballroom
Failures due to two-phase flow-induced vibration are very costly in terms of re- Monday, July 20, 6:15 pm 8:00 pm
All who registered are invited to attend the Reception. Meet with your colleagues,
many of whom you may not have seen for a while. Join with the registrants and
Coffee Breaks and Refreshments guests for a relaxing evening.
Coffee and refreshments are available throughout the week in the Mez-
We will have displays of student paper posters at the Conference Wide Reception.
zanine. This hub of activity features the forums, coffee breaks, guest ac-
All student authors who participate in the 23rd Rudy Scavuzzo Student Paper
tivity information area, and registration.
Symposium and Competition are invited to present their posters.
No charge for registered conference participants and guests.
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Boston Revealed
Guided Tour
Monday, July 20, 9:00
am 1:00 pm
Referred to as the
Athens of America and
known universally for its
role in the shaping of
America, Boston repre-
sents a colonial cornu-
copia of sights, sounds
and historical signifi-
cance in its contributions
to our nation.
The tour will travel
through Copley Square and the Back Bay, home of the Boston Public Library and
Trinity Church. Atop Beacon Hill, guests will disembark for a stroll with an en-
chanting view of the Boston Common and Public Garden, the State House, and
the 54th Regiment Memorial. The tour will be guided past Kings Chapel and the
Thompson Island Clam Bake
Old Granary Burying Grounds, the final resting place for several original Patriots.
Wednesday, July 22, 6:00 pm 10:00 pm
Guests will view the Old South Meeting House, where planning for the Tea Party
coup took place, and the Old State House where the Declaration of Independ- Located just one mile from downtown Boston, Thompson Island is one of the
ence was recited to Boston residents. largest and most ecologically diverse islands in the Boston Harbor Islands National
Park area. Guests will be transported aboard a ferry for a 30-minute cruise to the
The tour will continue to the heart of the Italian community, the North End, then
island. Once at the island, guests will be led to the Pavilion for a clambake. Fol-
on to Faneuil Hall, known as the cradle of liberty for over 240 years. This walking
lowing the clambake and evening of fun and fellowship, guests will be transported
portion includes a unique experience in Bostons famous Haymarket Square with
back to the hotel.
live vendors.
Tickets: $70 per person/$35 Children 10 and under
Tickets: $48 per person
CONFERENCE INFORMATION
Technical Sessions and Programs
All technical sessions will be held in the Hotel. Each room will be equipped with
an LCD projector that can be connected to a personal computer for electronic pre-
sentations (e.g., Microsoft PowerPoint). Please note that ASME will not provide
personal computers, 35-mm slide projectors, VCRs, or overhead projectors. Per-
sonal computers are the responsibility of the session developer, or presenter. It is
strongly recommended that authors provide their materials to the session devel-
oper at, or before, the Authors Breakfast, so that all the papers in a session can
be loaded onto a single computer. Authors are recommended to have their pre-
sentations on a flash (pen) drive, in the event that compatibility problems occur
between their computers and the LCD.
The location of the session rooms is shown in the Hotel Floor Plan on the back
cover of this program.
Rudy Scavuzzo Student Paper Symposium and 23rd Annual Student Paper
Competition
Boston Duck Tour BS/MS Level: Mon., July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm
Tuesday, July 21, 9:30 am 11:00 am PhD Level: Tues., July 21, 8:30 am 12:15 pm & 2:00 pm 3:45 pm
Tour Boston aboard a DUCK, a W.W.II style amphibious landing vehicle with one Franklin Room, 4th Floor
of the legendary tour ConDUCKtors, narrating the sightseeing. Guests will cruise The 2015 Rudy Scavuzzo Student Paper Symposium and 23rd Annual Student
by all the places that make Boston the birthplace of freedom and a city of firsts, Paper Competition is sponsored by the PVPD Senate. Ronald S. Hafner, PVPD
from the golden-domed State House to Bunker Hill and the TD Banknorth Garden, Senate President, and Michael E. Nitzel, PVPD Senate Vice-President and His-
Boston Common and Copley Square to the Big Dig, Government Center to fash- torian, will conduct the sessions, together with the Student Symposium and Com-
ionable Newbury Street, Quincy Market to the Prudential Tower, and more. Then it petition representatives from each PVP Technical Committee. The Senate Review
is time for "Splashdown" as the ConDUCKtor splashes the DUCK right into the Committee will identify the outstanding Finalist undergraduate and graduate stu-
Charles River for a breathtaking view of the Boston and Cambridge skylines. dent papers in two categories: the BS/MS level and the Ph.D. level. Finalist papers
Tickets: $35 per person will be judged on written technical content (70%) and presentation effectiveness
(30%). A $1,500 award will be made to each of the presenting Student Competition
Finalist authors during the Honors and Awards Luncheon, on Wednesday, July
Badge Required for all Events 22nd. In addition, in each category (i.e., BS/MS and Ph.D.), $1,200 will be awarded
to the presenting author of the Outstanding Student Paper; $1000 will be awarded
Please wear your badge for admission to all Conference activities. to the presenting author of the First Runner-Up Student Paper, and $800 will be
Your badge also provides a helpful introduction to other Confer- awarded to the presenting author of the Second Runner-Up Student Paper. Stu-
ence attendees. dents must attend the Conference, and must present their papers to be eligible
for an award. The winners will be announced at the Honors and Awards Luncheon.

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Technical Committee Meetings Registration under this category includes access to all technical sessions,
Monday & Tuesday, July 20 & 21, 12:15 pm 1:45 pm and admission to the Plenary Session and Conference-Wide Reception. Life
The Pressure Vessels & Piping Division Technical Committees will meet during registrants will be required to purchase a ticket to attend the Honors and
the noon break on Monday, July 20th, and Tuesday, July 21st. Visitors are en- Awards Luncheon, if desired.
couraged to attend and take an active part in PVP committee activities. All com- Student Author Full Registration Fee includes admission to all technical ses-
mittee meetings, schedules, and rooms are listed on Page 10. sions, coffee breaks, opening reception, and one (1) ticket for the Honors
and Awards Luncheon.
Honors and Awards Luncheon Student Non-Author Full Registration Fees include admission to all technical
Wednesday, July 22, 12:30 pm 2:15 pm sessions, coffee breaks, and opening reception, only. Students not in the
Imperial Ballroom Student Paper Competition will be required to purchase a ticket to attend
The Honors and Awards Luncheon, honoring all Division Award Recipients and the Honors and Awards Luncheon, if desired.
the 2015 ASME S. Y. Zamrik PVP Medalist, Dr. Ike Ezekoye, will be held on Guest registration includes entrance to the opening reception, and a daily
Wednesday, July 22nd, from 12:30 pm, until approximately 2:15 pm, in the Imperial guest breakfast. Guests wishing to attend the Honors and Awards Luncheon
Ballroom. One ticket is included in the Full Conference registration fee. Additional will be required to purchase a ticket.
tickets may be purchased at the Conference Registration desk. Cooperating Societies
Authors Breakfast/Briefing If you are a member of a Cooperating Society, you may register at the ASME
Monday, July 20 Thursday, July 23, 7:30 am 8:15 am member rate.
Imperial Ballroom
Conference Publications
Authors, Panelists, Session Developers, Chairs, and Vice-Chairs are requested Mezzanine
to attend a breakfast briefing in the Imperial Ballroom on Monday through Thurs-
day, at 7:30 am, on the morning of their sessions. Session protocol will be dis- Information on paper titles and authors accepted for presentation and publication
cussed, and the participants will have the opportunity to become better acquainted at the ASME 2015 PVP Conference are included in the Final Program.
with one another before their scheduled sessions. Authors are encouraged to Papers accepted for publication will be available online on the first day of the con-
place all the presentations for their session on a single computer either before or ference to fully paid conference registrants. These attendees will receive an email
at the Authors Breakfast. with a link and instructions on how to access the papers prior to the conference
Registration Hours or upon registration.
Mezzanine Papers presented at the conference will be available post-conference in printed
Located in the Mezzanine, the ASME registration desk will be open during the fol- bound volumes of the Official Conference Proceedings. Printed proceedings can
lowing hours, to provide advance registrants with their materials, to process on be ordered through ASME Customer service approximately two to three months
site registrations, and to provide additional Conference information: after the conference. A complete set of the volumes may be purchased as a pack-
age at a 10% discount. The Official Conference Proceedings will also be pub-
Sunday, July 19 8:00 am 6:00 pm lished post-conference as part of the ASME Digital Collection at
Monday, July 20 7:30 am 4:00 pm http://asmedigitalcollection.asme.org. All ASME conferences are submitted for
Tuesday, July 21 7:30 am 4:00 pm abstracting and indexing to Scopus, Compendex, ISI Conference Proceedings
Wednesday, July 22 7:30 am noon Citations Index, and to multiple other indexing publishers.
Thursday, July 23 7:30 am 3:00 pm
Select publications, Codes and Standards, Transactions, Journals and free liter-
On-Site Registration Fees ature regarding ASME publications will be on display at the conference in the Pub-
For those not registered in advance, the On-Site Registration Fees are as follows: lications Sales area. Purchases can be made online through ASME.org.
Full Registration* One Day Registration** ASME.org accepts VISA, MasterCard, American Express, Diners Club and Dis-
ASME Member $790 $550 cover (all credit card charges in USD).
Author/Panelist $790 $550 The Publication Sales area, located in the Mezzanine will be open during the fol-
Session Chair $790 $550 lowing hours:
Session Vice Chair $790 $550 Sunday, July 19 3:00 pm 6:00 pm
Coop. Soc. Member*** $790 $550 Monday, July 20 8:00 am 4:00 pm
Non-Member**** $940 $700 Tuesday, July 21 8:00 am 4:00 pm
ASME Life Member $100 $100 Wednesday, July 22 8:00 am Noon
ASME Member Student Thursday, July 23 8:00 am 3:00 pm
(Non-Author) $250 $200 Disabled Registrants
ASME Member Student
(Author) $250 $200 Whenever possible, arrangements can be made for disabled registrants, if ad-
Student Non-Member vance notice is given. Please indicate any special needs on the registration form,
(Author) $250 $200 or contact Jamie Hart at HartJE@asme.org with your request.
Student Non-Member Tax Deductibility
(Non-Author) $400 $250 Expenses of attending professional meetings have been held to be tax deductible
Guest/Spouse N/C N/C as ordinary business expenses for U.S. citizens. Please verify the tax regulations
* Full Registration fees include admission to all technical sessions, coffee in your country to determine whether Conference expenses are deductible.
breaks, and one (1) ticket for the Honors and Awards Luncheon.
** One Day Registration fees include and admission to technical sessions for Guest/Family Programs
one-day. Guests and family members of registrants are welcome at the Guest Programs
*** To qualify for discounted registration fees, you must be a member of ASME, that include: Boston Revealed Guided Tour (Monday), the Conference Wide Re-
or one of the cooperating societies. Please fill in your society affiliation and ception at the Boston Park Plaza hotel (Monday evening), the Boston Duck Tour
membership number on the registration form. (Tuesday), and A Clambake on Thompson Island (Wednesday evening). Badges
**** Anyone paying the non-member fee is eligible to receive one years mem- are required for admission to all events.
bership to ASME as part of their registration fee.

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A guest program activities packet is also included. Please indicate how many
guests you will be bringing on your registration form, so that the necessary ac-
commodations can be arranged.
Please also note that the tours have an associated fee for participants, as is shown
on the registration form, and in this booklet. Early registration is strongly recom-
mended for the events that require fees, as they are available only on a first-come,
first-served basis.
Professional Development Hours Available
Professional Development Hours are available for your attendance at the PVP
Conference. Simply stop by the registration desk and fill out a certificate request
form with the sessions that you have attended. The certificates can then be picked
up on Thursday at the registration desk.
Publishing Conference Papers in the ASME Journal of Pressure Vessel Tech-
nology
Technical papers presented at the ASME PVP 2015 Conference are published in
the Archival Proceedings, which are registered with the Library of Congress, and
are abstracted and indexed. Publication of papers in these proceedings does not
preclude authors from publishing their papers in ASME archival journals, such as
the ASME Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology (i.e., the Journal), which is the
technical voice of the Pressure Vessels & Piping Division.
Authors are encouraged to submit their papers to the Journal. The Journal is ed-
ited by Dr. Young W. Kwon, and manuscripts should be submitted to the address
below. Manuscripts should be prepared according to the Journal guidelines, which
can be found at the ASME web site at:
http://journaltool.asme.org/Content/index.cfm.
Dr. Young W. Kwon, Editor
Journal of Pressure Vessel Technology
Dept. of Mechanical & Astronautical Engineering
700 Dyer Road
Naval Postgraduate School
Monterey, CA 93943
Ph/Fax: 831-656-3468 / 2238
E-mail: ywkwon@nps.edu

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PVP 2015 COMMITTEE MEETINGS
Date/Time Meeting Room Responsible Person
Sunday, July 19, 2015
8:30 am 12:30 pm PVPD Executive Committee Statler Room D. Peters
1:30 pm 2:30 pm PVP Senate Statler Room R. Hafner

Monday, July 20, 2015


8:30 am 10:15 am PVPD Professional Development Statler Room M. Younan
12:15 pm 1:45 pm PVPD Codes and Standards Technical Committee Georgian Room R. Cipolla
12:15 pm 1:45 pm PVPD Fluid-Structure Interaction Technical Committee Hancock Room C. Giannopapa
12:15 pm 1:45 pm PVPD Operations, Applications and Components Technical Committee Statler Room M. Feldman
12:15 pm 1:45 pm PVPD Design and Analysis Technical Committee Plaza Ballroom T. Seipp
2:00 pm 3:15 pm PVPD International Coordination Committee Statler Room M. Brongers
3:00 pm 5:00 pm PCC Task Group on High Pressure Systems Hancock Room D. Peters/M. Edel

Tuesday, July 21, 2015


10:30 am 12:15 pm PVPD Communications Committee Statler Room H. Bouzid
12:15 pm 1:45 pm PVPD Materials and Fabrication Technical Committee Georgian Room D. Rudland
12:15 pm 1:45 pm PVPD Seismic Engineering Technical Committee Hancock Room T. Taniguchi
12:15 pm 1:45 pm PVPD High Pressure Technology Technical Committee Plaza Ballroom D. Stang
12:15 pm 1:45 pm PVPD Computer Technology and Bolted Joints Technical Committee Statler Room W. Reinhardt
2:00 pm 3:45 pm PVPD Honors and Awards Committee Statler Room D. Scarth
4:00 pm 5:45 pm PVP2016 Program Committee Statler Room D. Scarth

Wednesday, July 22, 2015


8:30 am 10:15 am JPVT Editors Statler Room Y. Kwon
2:00 pm 5:45 pm NDPD EC Statler Room S. Joshi/W. Springer
2:00 pm 5:45 pm ASME PCC-2 Welded Repairs Subgroup Georgian Room M. Boring/S. Rossi
8:30 am 5:00 pm ASME Section VIII Division 3 Working Group on Design Hancock Room D. Peters/A. Maslowski
2:00 pm 5:00 pm ASME Section VIII Division 3 Taskgroup on Subsea Applications Constitution Room D. Peters/A. Maslowski

Thursday, July 23, 2015


8:30 am 12:15 pm PVPD Executive Committee Statler Room M. Ruggles-Wrenn
12:30 pm 3:45 pm PVPD General Committee Plaza Ballroom M. Ruggles-Wrenn
4:00 pm 5:45 pm PVPD Conference Evaluation Plaza Ballroom P. Mertiny
8:30 am 5:00 pm ASME Section VIII Division 3 Subgroup on High Pressure Vessels Georgian Room D. Peters/A. Maslowski

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PVP 2016
Vancouver
Hyatt Regency Vancouver
July 1721, 2016

2016 ASME Pressure Vessels & Piping Conference


Celebrating 50 Years of Service to the Pressure Vessels and Piping Industry
PVP-2016: Join us in Vancouver, British Columbia for the 50th Anniversary of the ASME Pressure Vessels & Piping Conference! More than 180 paper and panel
sessions are planned, as well as tutorials, a Technology Demonstration Forum, and the 24th Rudy Scavuzzo Student Paper Symposium and Competition. The PVP
Conference is a great place to present your ideas and to meet colleagues as we work to create and advance Pressure Vessels and Piping technologies for our global
community of practice. The PVP Conference is a recognized forum for fruitful exchange of ideas with participants from over 40 countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle
East, Asia, the Americas, and the Oceania islands. The ASME Pressure Vessels & Piping Division will sponsor the PVP-2016 Conference with participation by the
ASME NDPD Division.
GENERAL TOPICS: (1) Codes & Standards; (2) Computer Technology & Bolted Joints; (3) Design & Analysis; (4) Fluid-Structure Interaction; (5) High Pressure Tech-
nology; (6) Materials & Fabrication; (7) Operations, Applications & Components; (8) Seismic Engineering; (9) Non-Destructive Examination; and (10) 24th Rudy Scavuzzo
Student Paper Symposium and Competition. Technical areas will include developments in Codes and Standards, design methodologies including elastic-plastic analysis,
non-destructive examination, fitness-for-service, operation and maintenance, fatigue including environmental fatigue, stress corrosion cracking, residual stresses,
fracture toughness, elevated temperature components, non-metallic components, dynamically-loaded structures, flow-induced vibration and risk-based assessments.
SCHEDULE: Abstracts are due by November 9, 2015. Authors will be notified of abstract acceptance by November 30, 2015. Draft papers are due by February 8,
2016. Paper peer review comments will be returned by March 7, 2016. A Copyright Agreement Form for each paper must be submitted by April 1, 2016. The final man-
uscripts in the standard ASME format for publication must be received by April 6, 2016. All presented technical papers will be published as referenceable documents
available post-Conference.
INFORMATION: The conference website URL is: http://www.asmeconferences.org/PVP2016/. Technical paper abstracts must be submitted electronically through the
website. Please visit the website for additional information.
PVP Conference Chair PVP Technical Program Chair
Douglas A. Scarth Maher Y. A. Younan
Kinectrics Inc. The American University in Cairo
800 Kipling Ave. School of Sciences and Engineering
Toronto, Ontario, Canada P.O. 74, New Cairo, 11835, Cairo, Egypt
Phone/Fax: 416-207-6000 / 416-207-6094 Phone/Fax: +20.2.2615.2583/ +20.2.2795.7565
E-mail: doug.scarth@kinectrics.com E-mail: myounan@aucegypt.edu
Sponsorship Chair
Carl E. Jaske
Det Norske Veritas (USA), Inc.
5777 Frantz Road
Dublin, OH 43017-1386, USA
Phone/Fax: 614-761-6916 / 614-761-1633
E-mail: Carl.Jaske@dnvgl.com

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SESSION TITLES BY SESSION BLOCK
Sessions are arranged in Session Blocks in the format X.YZ, where: X indicates the Day, Y indicates the Session Block, and Z indicates the Conference Session Room.
Conference Session Rooms are as follows: A = Arlington (Mezzanine); B = Back Bay (4th Floor); C = White Hill (4th Floor); D = Whittier (4th Floor); E = Beacon Hill (4th
Floor); F = Cambridge (4th Floor); G = Tremont (4th Floor); H = Stuart (4th Floor); I = Berkeley (Mezzanine); J = Clarendon (Mezzanine); K = St. James (4th Floor); L =
Franklin (4th Floor); M = Newbury (4th Floor); N = Exeter (Mezzanine); O = Cabot (4th Floor); P = Not Used; Q = Georgian (Mezzanine); R = Not Used; S = Imperial
Foyer (Mezzanine); T = Not Used. The parenthetical designations are the Technical Committee session references.
Block 1.3: Monday, July 20, 2015 (2:00 pm 3:45 pm)
The Technical Committee acronyms used are shown below: 1.3A (HT-1-3) DESIGN AND FATIGUE ASSESSMENT OF HIGH PRESSURE
CS = Codes & Standards VESSELS
CT = Computer Technology & Bolted Joints 1.3B (SE-3-2) SEISMIC ISOLATIONII
DA = Design & Analysis 1.3C (CT-2-2) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BOLTED FLANGE JOINTSII
FSI = FluidStructure Interaction 1.3D (FSI-3-4) NOISE AND ACOUSTICSI
HT = High Pressure Technology 1.3E (DA-4-2) NONLINEAR, FAILURE AND CYCLIC ANALYSIS
MF = Materials & Fabrication 1.3F (MF-6-1) FITNESS FOR SERVICE AND FAILURE ASSESSMENTI
NDE = ASME NDE, Diagnosis and Prognosis Division 1.3G (CS-2-2) FATIGUE AND RATCHETING ISSUES IN PRESSURE VES-
OAC = Operations Applications, & Components SEL AND PIPING DESIGNII
SE = Seismic Engineering 1.3H (DA-13-2) FRACTUREII
SPC = Rudy Scavuzzo Student Paper Symposium & Student Paper 1.3I (SE-10-1) SEISMIC EVALUATION OF SYSTEMS, STRUCTURES AND
Competition COMPONENTS
TW = Technical Tutorials 1.3J (OAC-1-2) POWER AND PROCESS SAFETY, RELIABILITY, AND RISK
MANAGEMENT
All sessions are sponsored by the indicated Technical Committee unless
1.3K (DA-1-2) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PRESSURE VESSELS, HEAT
specifically noted in the daily listing of individual sessions beginning on
EXCHANGER, AND COMPONENTSII
page 16.
1.3L (FSI-2-2) THERMAL HYDRAULICS AND FLUID TRANSIENTS
1.3M (MF-4-1) WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS VALIDATION
Sunday, July 19, 2015 1.3N (MF-16-1) PLASTIC PIPE AND COMPOSITE SYSTEMS
1.3O (MF-20-1) EFFECT OF SIZE, GEOMETRY AND DATA ANALYSIS ON
PREDICTION OF MATERIALS DEGRADATION AND FAILURE
Block 0.2: Sunday, July 19, 2015 (1:00 pm 3:30 pm)
1.3Q (TW-1-3) TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 1: PIPING PROBABILISTIC FRAC-
0.2Q (TW-1-1) SPECIAL TUTORIAL 1: CAPTURING CREATIVITY IN ENGI-
TURE MECHANICSAPPROACHES AND APPLICATIONS
NEERING
PART 1
Block 0.3: Sunday, July 19, 2015 (4:00 pm 6:00 pm) 1.3S (MF-28-3) NDE DEMONSTRATION FORUMIII
0.3Q (TW-1-2) SPECIAL TUTORIAL 2: PROCESS AND BENEFITS OF ASME
Block 1.4: Monday, July 20, 2015 (4:00 pm 5:45 pm)
PRESSURE TECHNOLOGY CODES AND STANDARDS DE-
1.4A (CS-3-1) ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE ISSUESI
VELOPMENT
1.4B (SE-3-3) SEISMIC ISOLATIONIII
1.4C (CT-4-1) TIGHTNESS AND FUGITIVE EMISSIONS OF BOLTED
Monday, July 20, 2015 FLANGE JOINTS
1.4D (FSI-3-7) AXIAL AND LEAKAGE FLOWS
Block 1.1: Monday, July 20, 2015 (8:30 am 10:15 am) 1.4E (CS-1-1) STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF PRESSURE COMPONENTSI
1.1A (HT-1-2) EFFECTS OF AUTOFRETTAGE AND FATIGUE ON LIFE OF 1.4F (MF-6-2) FITNESS FOR SERVICE AND FAILURE ASSESSMENTII
HIGH PRESSURE VESSELS 1.4G (CS-16-1) INTEGRITY ISSUES FOR PIPE INCLUDING BURIED PIPE
1.1B (SE-3-1) SEISMIC ISOLATIONI 1.4H (DA-13-3) FRACTUREIII
1.1C (CT-2-1) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BOLTED FLANGE JOINTSI 1.4I (SE-11-1) SEISMIC HAZARDS AND MARGINS
1.1D (FSI-3-1) FLOW INDUCED VIBRATIONTUBE BUNDLESI 1.4J (CS-31-1) FATIGUE ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENTA PROBA-
1.1E (DA-4-1) NONLINEAR, FAILURE AND LIMIT LOAD ANALYSIS BILISTIC PERSPECTIVEI
1.1F (CS-7-1) RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN ASME CODES AND STAN- 1.4K (DA-1-3) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PRESSURE VESSELS, HEAT
DARDSI EXCHANGER, AND COMPONENTSIII
1.1G (CS-2-1) FATIGUE AND RATCHETING ISSUES IN PRESSURE VES- 1.4L (SPC-2-1) STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION IBS/MS LEVEL
SEL AND PIPING DESIGNI 1.4M (MF-4-2) WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS PREDICTIONS AND MEAS-
1.1H (DA-13-1) FRACTUREI UREMENTSI
1.1I (MF-11-1) INTEGRITY ISSUES IN SCC AND CORROSION FATIGUE 1.4N (MF-7-1) MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR NUCLEAR POWER
MODELING AND EXPERIMENTAL PLANTSI
1.1J (OAC-1-1) NUCLEAR POWER SAFETY, RELIABILITY, AND RISK MAN- 1.4O (CT-13-1) EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT NONLINEAR FINITE ELEMENT
AGEMENT ANALYSIS
1.1K (DA-1-1) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PRESSURE VESSELS, HEAT 1.4Q (TW-1-7) TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 1: PIPING PROBABILISTIC FRAC-
EXCHANGER, AND COMPONENTSI TURE MECHANICSAPPROACHES AND APPLICATIONS
1.1L (FSI-2-1) FLUID TRANSIENTS IN PIPING SYSTEMS PART 2
1.1M (NDE-4-1) EMERGING/NON-TRADITIONAL NDE TECHNIQUES 1.4S (MF-28-4) NDE DEMONSTRATION FORUMIV
1.1N (DA-6-1) COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES
1.1O (SE-5-1) STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS
Tuesday, July 21, 2015
1.1S (MF-28-1) NDE DEMONSTRATION FORUMI
Block 1.2: Monday, July 20, 2015 (10:30 am 12:15 pm) Block 2.1: Tuesday, July 21, 2015 (8:30 am 10:15 am)
1.2BLRM (TW-1-11) OPENING CEREMONY AND PLENARY LECTURES 2.1A (FSI-8-1) PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM OF IAEA ACTIVITIES ON
1.2S (MF-28-2) NDE DEMONSTRATION FORUMII FLUID STRUCTURAL INTERACTION FOR NUCLEAR COM-
PONENTSOVERVIEW OF IAEA ACTIVITIES ON FLUID
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STRUCTURE INTERACTION DARDSI
2.1B (CS-3-2) ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE ISSUESII 2.3E (CS-12-1) RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPEAN CODES AND
2.1C (CT-5-1) ASSEMBLY OF BOLTED FLANGE JOINTS STANDARDS
2.1D (CS-7-4) PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM ON CHANGES AND FUTURE 2.3F (HT-4-1) NDE AND FITNESS FOR SERVICE FOR HIGH PRESSURE
DIRECTIONS TO THE ASME BOILER & PRESSURE VESSEL VESSELS
CODE: I 2.3G (MF-2-4) APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE AS-
2.1E (HT-3-1) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF HIGH PRESSURE COMPRES- SESSMENTIV
SION EQUIPMENT 2.3H (DA-2-3) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PIPING COMPONENTSIII
2.1F (DA-8-1) FITNESS FOR SERVICE EVALUATIONSI 2.3I (CS-19-1) INTEGRITY OF CAST STAINLESS STEEL PIPE
2.1G (MF-2-1) APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE AS- 2.3J (MF-17-1) PROBABILISTIC ASSESSMENT OF FAILURE
SESSMENTI 2.3K (MF-19-1) CREEP CRACK INITIATION AND GROWTH
2.1H (DA-2-1) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PIPING COMPONENTSI 2.3L (SPC-5-1) STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION IVPHD LEVEL
2.1I (SE-1-1) SEISMIC RELATED TOPICS 2.3M (MF-4-5) WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS PREDICTIONS AND MEAS-
2.1J (CS-15-1) RISK-INFORMED METHODS FOR STRUCTURAL IN- UREMENTSIII
TEGRITY ASSESSMENTI 2.3N (OAC-8-1) NUCLEAR PLANTSLICENSE RENEWAL IN USA
2.1K (DA-7-1) THERMAL STRESSES AND ELEVATED TEMPERATURE DE- 2.3O (SE-4-1) DAMPING AND VIBRATION CONTROL-1PASSIVE CON-
SIGN TROL
2.1L (SPC-3-1) STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION IIPHD LEVEL 2.3Q (TW-1-5) TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 3: ASSESSMENT/DESIGN OF
2.1M (MF-4-3) WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS PREDICTIONS AND MEAS- PETROCHEMICAL PIPING SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS
UREMENTSII LOCATED IN EARTHQUAKE-PRONE AREASPART 1
2.1N (MF-21-1) ADVANCED MANUFACTURING FOR NEW NUCLEAR 2.3S (CT-17-3) SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATION FORUMIII
BUILDS AND PVP APPLICATIONS Block 2.4: Tuesday, July 21, 2015 (4:00 pm 5:45 pm)
2.1O (MF-12-1) PIPELINE INTEGRITY1 2.4A (FSI-8-4) PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM OF IAEA ACTIVITIES ON
2.1Q (TW-1-4) TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 2: AN OVERVIEW OF ASME PCC- FLUID STRUCTURAL INTERACTION FOR NUCLEAR COM-
1,2,3 REPAIR OF PRESSURE EQUIPMENT AND PIPING PONENTSFLUID STRUCTURE INTERACTION ANALYTI-
PART 1 CAL AND COMPUTATIONAL METHODS
2.1S (CT-17-1) SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATION FORUMI 2.4B (CS-3-5) ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE ISSUESV
Block 2.2: Tuesday, July 21, 2015 (10:30 am 12:15 pm) 2.4C (DA-10-4) PANEL SESSION: DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BOLTED
2.2A (FSI-8-2) PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM OF IAEA ACTIVITIES ON JOINTSINTERNATIONAL LIAISON SESSION #2
FLUID STRUCTURAL INTERACTION FOR NUCLEAR COM- 2.4D (CS-7-3) PANEL SESSION: UPCOMING CHANGES IN PCC STAN-
PONENTSFLUID STRUCTURE INTERACTION DESIGN DARDSII
2.2B (CS-3-3) ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE ISSUESIII 2.4E (CT-15-1) COMPUTATIONAL TOPICS IN LIMIT ANALYSIS, ELASTIC-
2.2C (DA-10-1) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BOLTED JOINTSHIGH TEM- PLASTIC ANALYSIS AND CREEP
PERATURE AND EXTREME LOADING 2.4F (DA-8-3) FITNESS FOR SERVICE EVALUATIONSIII
2.2D (CS-7-5) PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM ON CHANGES AND FUTURE 2.4G (MF-2-5) APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE AS-
DIRECTIONS TO THE ASME BOILER & PRESSURE VESSEL SESSMENTV
CODE: II 2.4H (DA-2-4) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PIPING COMPONENTSIV
2.2E (HT-3-3) ANALYSIS AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF VERY 2.4I (CS-25-1) INTEGRITY OF REACTOR PRESSURE VESSELS AND IN-
HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSORS TERNALS FOR CODES
2.2F (DA-8-2) FITNESS FOR SERVICE EVALUATIONS II AND POST-CON- 2.4J (CS-4-1) INTERACTION AND FLAW MODELLING FOR MULTIPLE
STRUCTION ISSUES FLAWSI
2.2G (MF-2-3) APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE AS- 2.4K (MF-19-2) CREEP DEFORMATION AND FAILURE ANALYSES
SESSMENTIII 2.4L (MF-9-1) DEVELOPMENT OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTORS
2.2H (DA-2-2) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PIPING COMPONENTSII 2.4M (HT-3-2) PANEL SESSION: BEST PRACTICES FOR SAFETY AND RE-
2.2I (SE-2-1) EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE AND SEISMIC MARGIN LIABILITY OF HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSION EQUIP-
2.2J (CS-15-2) PANEL SESSION: RISK-INFORMED METHODS FOR STRUC- MENT
TURAL INTEGRITY ASSESSMENTII 2.4N (OAC-8-2) NUCLEAR PLANTS AGEING AND LIFE MANAGEMENT IN
2.2K (CS-13-1) HIGH TEMPERATURE CODES AND STANDARDSI USA AND EUROPE
2.2L (SPC-4-1) STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION IIIPHD LEVEL 2.4O (SE-4-2) DAMPING AND VIBRATION CONTROL-2PASSIVE AND SA
2.2M (MF-4-4) WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS ESTIMATION AND OPTIMIZA- CONTROL
TION 2.4Q (TW-1-9) TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 3: ASSESMENT/DESIGN OF PETRO-
2.2N (OAC-3-1) MONITORING, DIAGNOSTICS AND INSPECTIONI CHEMICAL PIPING SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS LO-
2.2O (MF-12-2) PIPELINE INTEGRITY2 CATED IN EARTHQUAKE-PRONE AREASPART 2
2.2Q (TW-1-8) TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 2: AN OVERVIEW OF ASME PCC- 2.4S (CT-17-4) SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATION FORUMIV
1,2,3 REPAIR OF PRESSURE EQUIPMENT AND PIPING
PART 2
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
2.2S (CT-17-2) SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATION FORUMII
Block 2.3: Tuesday, July 21, 2015 (2:00 pm 3:45 pm) Block 3.1: Wednesday, July 22, 2015 (8:30 am 10:15 am)
2.3A (FSI-8-3) PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM OF IAEA ACTIVITIES ON 3.1A (DA-3-1) FATIGUE BEHAVIOUR CHARACTERISATION
FLUID STRUCTURAL INTERACTION FOR NUCLEAR COM- 3.1B (SE-8-1) SEISMIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF PIPING SYSTEMSI
PONENTSFLUID STRUCTURE INTERACTION MAINTE- 3.1C (CS-9-1) ASME SECTION XI CODE ACTIVITIESPART 1
NANCE AND PLANT ISSUES 3.1D (FSI-3-2) FLOW INDUCED VIBRATIONTUBE BUNDLESII
2.3B (CS-3-4) ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE ISSUESIV 3.1E (MF-2-2) APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE AS-
2.3C (DA-10-3) PANEL SESSION: DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BOLTED SESSMENTII
JOINTSINTERNATIONAL LIAISON SESSION #1 3.1F (CS-6-1) API 579/ASME CODE FITNESS-FOR-SERVICE ACTIVITIESI
2.3D (CS-7-2) PANEL SESSION: UPCOMING CHANGES IN PCC STAN-
13
3.1G (MF-3-1) MATERIALS SELECTION FOR PIPING AND COMPONENTS 4.1J (CS-11-1) RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINESE CODES AND STAN-
IN HYDROGEN INFRASTRUCTURE DARDSEXTREME PRESSURE EQUIPMENT
3.1H (MF-5-1) EUROPEAN PROGRAMMES IN STRUCTURAL INTEGRITYI 4.1K (MF-10-1) MECHANISTIC MODELLING OF MATERIALSI
3.1I (OAC-4-1) TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATION 4.1L (CS-22-1) FRACTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTY PREDICTIONS
STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS BY SUB-SIZED SPECIMENS FOR STANDARDSI
3.1J (CS-10-1) RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN JAPANESE CODES AND 4.1M (CS-14-1) REPAIR, REPLACEMENT AND MITIGATION FOR FITNESS-
STANDARDSINTEGRITY EVALUATION OF RPV FOR-SERVICE RULESI
3.1K (MF-19-4) CREEP AND FATIGUE MODELLING AND ANALYSES 4.1N (CT-11-1) NEW AND EMERGING METHODS OF ANALYSIS AND APPLI-
3.1L (CS-30-1) MASTER CURVE METHOD FOR FRACTURE TOUGH- CATIONS
NESSI 4.1O (MF-23-1) ADVANCED SENSORS TECHNOLOGIES FOR MONITORING
3.1M (HT-2-1) STRUCTURES UNDER HIGHLY DYNAMIC LOADING CON- STRUCTURAL INTEGRITYI
DITIONSI Block 4.2: Thursday, July 23, 2015 (10:30 am 12:15 pm)
3.1N (FSI-4-1) 19TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON EMERGING TECH- 4.2A (OAC-6-1) PANEL SESSION: TROUBLESHOOTING OF GASKET
NOLOGY FOR FLUIDS, STRUCTURES, AND FLUID-STRUC- LEAKSCASE STUDIES AND FIELD EXPERIENCES
TURE INTERACTIONS1 4.2B (SE-7-2) SEISMIC DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND HEALTH MONITOR-
3.1O (OAC-5-1) VALVES, PUMPS AND COMPONENTS INGII
3.1Q (TW-1-6) TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 4: FLOW-INDUCED VIBRATION OF 4.2C (CT-9-1) THREADED FASTENERS AND JOINING OF MULTI-MATERI-
PROCESS SYSTEM COMPONENTS IN TWO-PHASE ALS
FLOWSPART 1 4.2D (FSI-3-10) FLOW INDUCED VIBRATIONPIPING VIBRATIONS
Block 3.2: Wednesday, July 22, 2015 (10:30 am 12:15 pm) 4.2E (OAC-8-3) AGEING MANAGEMENT IN INDUSTRYPIPELINE, OFF-
3.2A (DA-3-2) FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH ISSUES SHORE AND NUCLEAR
3.2B (SE-8-2) SEISMIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF PIPING SYSTEMSII 4.2F (OAC-2-1) QUALIFICATION TESTING IN NUCLEAR AND IN INDUSTRY
3.2C (CS-9-2) ASME SECTION XI CODE ACTIVITIESPART 2 4.2G (MF-14-1) LEAK BEFORE BREAK
3.2D (FSI-3-5) NOISE AND ACOUSTICSII 4.2H (CS-21-1) FATIGUE MONITORING AND RELATED ASSESSMENT
3.2E (MF-8-1) CODE FATIGUE DESIGN CRITERIA AND ENVIRONMENTAL METHODS
EFFECTS 4.2I (OAC-4-4) TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATION
3.2F (HT-5-2) PANEL SESSION: DISCUSSION OF API17TR8 REQUIRE- EFFECTS OF HYDRIDE ON HBU CLADDING MECHANICAL
MENTS AS RELATED TO ASME CODES AND STANDARDS PROPERTIES
3.2G (MF-3-2) HYDROGEN TRANSPORT AND MODELING OF HYDROGEN 4.2J (CS-11-3) RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINESE CODES AND STAN-
EFFECTS IN MATERIALS DARDSINTEGRITY MANAGEMENT USING ACOUSTIC
3.2H (MF-5-2) EUROPEAN PROGRAMMES IN STRUCTURAL INTEGRITYII EMISSION
3.2I (OAC-4-2) TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATION 4.2K (MF-10-2) MECHANISTIC MODELLING OF MATERIALSII
THERMAL ANALYSISI 4.2L (CS-22-2) FRACTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTY PREDICTIONS
3.2J (CS-10-2) RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN JAPANESE CODES AND BY SUB-SIZED SPECIMENS FOR STANDARDSII
STANDARDSSAFETY EVALUATION AND SAFETY MARGIN 4.2M (MF-24-1) MANUFACTURING AND MITIGATION PROCESS SIMULA-
3.2K (MF-29-1) TERTIARY-TYPE CREEP IN SETTING TIME-DEPENDENT AL- TION
LOWABLE STRESSES 4.2O (MF-23-2) ADVANCED SENSORS TECHNOLOGIES FOR MONITORING
3.2L (CS-30-2) MASTER CURVE METHOD FOR FRACTURE TOUGH- STRUCTURAL INTEGRITYII
NESSII Block 4.3: Thursday, July 23, 2015 (2:00 pm 3:45 pm)
3.2M (FSI-5-1) SHOCK AND BLAST PROPAGATION, CRACK PROPAGA- 4.3A (OAC-6-2) FITNESS FOR SERVICE & LIFE EXTENSION OF AGING
TION, ACOUSTICS AND INTERNAL WAVE PROPAGATION PRESSURE EQUIPMENT
3.2N (FSI-4-2) 19TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON EMERGING TECH- 4.3B (MF-18-1) FATIGUE AND FRACTURE OF WELDS AND HEAT AF-
NOLOGY FOR FLUIDS, STRUCTURES, AND FLUID-STRUC- FECTED ZONES
TURE INTERACTIONS2 4.3C (DA-5-1) STRESS CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGN BY ANALYSIS
3.2O (DA-12-1) CFD IN DESIGN AND ANALYSIS METHODOLOGIES
3.2Q (TW-1-10) TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 4: FLOW-INDUCED VIBRATION OF 4.3D (FSI-3-11) FLOW INDUCED VIBRATIONREACTOR INTERNALS
PROCESS SYSTEM COMPONENTS IN TWO-PHASE 4.3E (FSI-3-3) FLOW INDUCED VIBRATIONTUBE BUNDLESIII
FLOWSPART 2 4.3F (CS-26-1) DEVELOPMENT OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTORS FOR
CODESI
4.3G (MF-3-3) EFFECTS OF GASEOUS HYDROGEN ON PRESSURE VES-
Thursday, July 23, 2015
SEL STEELS
4.3I (OAC-4-5) TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATION
Block 4.1: Thursday, July 23, 2015 (8:30 am 10:15 am)
MAINTENANCE, AGING EFFECTS AND MANAGEMENT
4.1A (DA-3-3) FATIGUE LIFE ASSESSMENT
4.3J (CS-11-4) RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINESE CODES AND STAN-
4.1B (SE-7-1) SEISMIC DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND HEALTH MONITOR-
DARDSSTRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF CHINESE PRES-
INGI
SURE EQUIPMENT
4.1C (CT-6-1) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PACKINGS AND VALVES
4.3K (MF-10-3) MECHANISTIC MODELLING OF MATERIALSIII
4.1D (FSI-3-8) BLUFF BODIES AND VIV
4.3L (CS-22-3) FRACTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTY PREDICTIONS
4.1E (OAC-3-2) MONITORING, DIAGNOSTICS AND INSPECTIONII
BY SUB-SIZED SPECIMENS FOR STANDARDSIII
4.1F (MF-25-1) ASIAN PROGRAMS IN STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY
Block 4.4: Thursday, July 23, 2015 (4:00 pm 5:45 pm)
4.1G (MF-2-6) APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE AS-
4.4A (OAC-6-3) REPAIR TECHNOLOGYWELD REPAIRS, USE OF COM-
SESSMENTVI
POSITE MATERIALS, DESIGN OF CLAMPS AND TEMPO-
4.1H (CS-17-1) COMBINATION OF MULTI-AXIAL LOADS IN DESIGN AND
RARY REPAIRS
FITNESS-FOR-SERVICE
4.4D (FSI-3-13) SELECTED TOPICS IN FSI
4.1I (OAC-4-3) TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATION
4.4E (FSI-3-6) NOISE AND ACOUSTICSIII
THERMAL ANALYSISII
4.4F (CS-26-2) DEVELOPMENT OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTORS FOR
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CODESII
4.4G (MF-3-4) HYDROGEN INFRASTRUCTURE
4.4I (OAC-4-6) TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATION
GENERAL TOPICS OF STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION

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DAILY SESSION LISTING
Sessions are arranged in Session Blocks in the format X.YZ, where: X indicates the Day, Y indicates the Session Block, and Z indicates the Conference Session Room.
Conference Session Rooms are as follows: A = Arlington (Mezzanine); B = Back Bay (4th Floor); C = White Hill (4th Floor); D = Whittier (4th Floor); E = Beacon Hill (4th
Floor); F = Cambridge (4th Floor); G = Tremont (4th Floor); H = Stuart (4th Floor); I = Berkeley (Mezzanine); J = Clarendon (Mezzanine); K = St. James (4th Floor); L =
Franklin (4th Floor); M = Newbury (4th Floor); N = Exeter (Mezzanine); O = Cabot (4th Floor); P = Not Used; Q = Georgian (Mezzanine); R = Not Used; S = Imperial
Foyer (Mezzanine); T = Not Used. The parenthetical designations are the Technical Committee session references.
Chair: K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, USA
Co-Chair: K. Karpanan, FMC Technologies, Houston, TX, USA
The Technical Committee acronyms used are shown below:
PVP2015-45491: GUN BARREL REFURBISHING USING A SHRINK-FITTED
CS = Codes & Standards AUTOFRETTAGED LINER
CT = Computer Technology & Bolted Joints J. Perry, M. Perl, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Israel
DA = Design & Analysis PVP2015-45402: REPERCUSSION OF AUTOFRETTAGE ON THE FATIGUE
FSI = FluidStructure Interaction CRACK GROWTH IN THE VICINITY OF CATALYST ENTRY OPENING FOR
HT = High Pressure Technology POLYETHYLENE AUTOCLAVE REACTOR
MF = Materials & Fabrication N. Haeri, B. Cornah, Simon Carves Engineering Limited, Manchester, United King-
NDE = ASME NDE, Diagnosis and Prognosis Division dom
OAC = Operations Applications, & Components PVP2015-45111: 3-D STRESS INTENSITY FACTORS DUE TO AUTOFRET-
SE = Seismic Engineering TAGE FOR AN INNER RADIAL LUNULAR OR CRESCENTIC CRACK IN A
SPC = Rudy Scavuzzo Student Paper Symposium & Student Paper SPHERICAL PRESSURE VESSEL
Competition M. Perl, M. Steiner, J. Perry, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Beer Sheva, Is-
TW = Technical Tutorials rael
Note: Unless specifically listed in the individual sessions below, all sessions SESSION 1.1B (SE-3-1)
are sponsored by the indicated Technical Committee. Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Back Bay
SEISMIC ISOLATIONI
Developed by: S. Fujita, Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo, Japan; T. Matsuoka,
SUNDAY, JULY 19, 2014 Meiji University, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan; O. Furuya, Tokyo
City University, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan; A. Sone, Kyoto In-
No text stitute of Technology, Kyoto, Japan
Block 0.2: Sunday, July 19 (1:00 pm 3:30 pm) Chair: S. Fujita, Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo, Japan
No text Co-Chair: T. Matsuoka, Meiji University, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan
PVP2015-45042: SEISMIC FRAGILITY EVALUATION OF INTERFACE PIPES
SESSION 0.2Q (TW-1)
IN SEISMICALLY ISOLATED NPPS BY USING SCALE MODEL TEST
Sunday, July 19, 1:00 pm 3:30 pm, Mezzanine, Georgian
D. Hahm, I.-K. Choi, M.-K. Kim, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon,
SPECIAL TUTORIAL 1: CAPTURING CREATIVITY IN ENGINEERING
Korea (Republic); B. G. Jeon, H. S. Choi, Pusan National University, Yangsan-si,
Developed by: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt Korea (Republic)
Chair: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt PVP2015-45165: PARAMETRIC DESIGN STUDY ABOUT SEISMIC ISOLATION
Presented by: H. Mostafa, The American University in Cairo, Egypt SYSTEM FOR FAST REACTOR JSFR
N. Kawasaki, T. Yamamoto, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki-ken, Japan; T.
No text Fukasawa, Mitsubishi FBR Systems, Tokyo, Japan; S. Okamura, Mitsubishi FBR
Block 0.3: Sunday, July 19 (4:00 pm 6:00 pm) Systems, Inc., Tokyo, Japan
No text PVP2015-45249: DEVELOPMENT ON RUBBER BEARINGS FOR SODIUM-
COOLED FAST REACTOR (PART-1) EXPERIMENTAL PLAN
SESSION 0.3Q (TW-2)
T. Yamamoto, N. Kawasaki, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki-ken, Japan; T.
Sunday, July 19, 4:00 pm 6:00 pm, Mezzanine, Georgian
Fukasawa, S. Okamura, Mitsubishi FBR Systems, Inc., Tokyo, Japan; T. Somaki,
SPECIAL TUTORIAL 2: PROCESS AND BENEFITS OF ASME PRESSURE
Obayashi Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
TECHNOLOGY CODES & STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT
PVP2015-45263: DEVELOPMENT ON RUBBER BEARINGS FOR SODIUM-
Developed by: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt COOLED FAST REACTOR (PART 2) FUNDAMENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF
Chair: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt HALF-SCALE RUBBER BEARINGS BASED ON STATIC TEST
Presented by: W. Bees, Consulting Engineer; M. Rana, Praxair, Inc. T. Fukasawa, S. Okamura, Mitsubishi FBR Systems, Inc., Tokyo, Japan; T. Ya-
mamoto, N. Kawasaki, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki-ken, Japan; T. So-
MONDAY, JULY 20 maki, Obayashi Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
SESSION 1.1C (CT-2-1)
No text Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, White Hill
Block 1.1: Monday, July 20 (8:30 am 10:15 am) DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BOLTED FLANGE JOINTSI
No text Symposium on Bolted JointsCo-Sponsored by Computer Technology and
SESSION 1.1A (HT-1-2) Bolted Joints, and Design & Analysis Technical Committees
Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Arlington Developed by: T. Sawa, Hiroshima University, Tokyo, Japan; H. Bouzid, cole
EFFECTS OF AUTOFRETTAGE AND FATIGUE ON LIFE OF HIGH PRESSURE de technologie suprieure, Montreal, QC, Canada
VESSELS Chair: T. Sawa, Hiroshima University, Tokyo, Japan
Symposium on Fatigue IssuesCo-Sponsored by Codes & Standards, De- Co-Chair: H. Bouzid, cole de technologie suprieure, Montreal, QC,
sign & Analysis, High Pressure Technology, and Materials & Fabrication Canada
Technical Committees PVP2015-45268: FEM STRESS ANALYSIS AND SEALING PERFORMANCE
Developed by: K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, OF BOLTED FLANGED CONNECTIONS USING PTFE BLENDED GASKETS
USA; K. Karpanan, FMC Technologies, Houston, TX, USA UNDER INTERNAL PRESSURE
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K. Sato, A. Muramatsu, Nippon Valqua Industries, Ltd., Gojo, Japan; T. Kobayashi, RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN ASME CODES AND STANDARDSI
National Institute of Technology, Numazu College, Numazu, Japan; T. Sawa, Hi- Developed by: R. Barnes, ANRIC, Etobicoke, ON, Canada
roshima University, Tokyo, Japan Chair: R. Barnes, ANRIC, Etobicoke, ON, Canada
PVP2015-45952: CREEP RELAXATION CHARACTERISTICS IN EUROPEAN Co-Chair: T. Sham, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
STANDARDS PVP2015-45023: EXTERNAL PRESSURE CHARTS FOR CARBON AND LOW
M. Schaaf, amtec Messtechnischer Service GmbH, Lauffen, Germany ALLOY STEELS IN THE CREEP RANGE
PVP2015-45163: A DETERMINATION METHOD OF BOLT PRELOAD FOR G. Kagita, B. Srinivasan, R. Banothu, G. G. S. Achary, S. V. R. Sripada, Engineers
BOLTED PIPE FLANGE CONNECTIONS WITH METAL GASKETS UNDER IN- India Limited, Gurgaon, Haryana, India
TERNAL PRESSURE PVP2015-45347: COMPARISON BETWEEN THE ASME-CODE NB-3600 PIP-
K. Kondo, Shinko Plantech Co Ltd, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan; T. Sawa, Hi- ING DESIGN BRANCH CONNECTION STRESS ANALYSES AND FINITE EL-
roshima University, Tokyo, Japan EMENT ANALYSES
PVP2015-45492: FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF FLANGE JOINT WITH SIN- U. Faraz, R. Gurdal, AREVA, Lynchburg, VA, USA
GLE AND TWIN GASKETS UNDER EXTERNAL BENDING LOAD PVP2015-45696: BASIS OF THE UPCOMING CHANGES TO THE PIPING IN-
N. R. Nelson, N. S. Prasad, A. S. Sekhar, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, ELASTIC FATIGUE DESIGN RULES IN THE ASME BOILER AND PRESSURE
Chennai, India VESSEL CODE SECTION III, DIVISION 1, ARTICLE NB-3600
SESSION 1.1D (FSI-3-1) T. Adams, Stevenson and Associates, Independence, OH, USA
Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Whittier PVP2015-45697: BASIS OF THE UPCOMING CHANGES TO PIPING SEISMIC
FLOW INDUCED VIBRATIONSTUBE BUNDLESI DESIGN RULES IN THE ASME BPVC SECTION III, DIVISION 1, ARTICLE NB-
3200
Developed by: D. S. Weaver, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada; M.
T. Adams, Stevenson and Associates, Independence, OH, USA
Hassan, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada; T. Naka-
mura, Osaka Sangyo University, Daito, Osaka, Japan SESSION 1.1G (CS-2-1)
Chair: D. S. Weaver, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Tremont
Co-Chair: T. Nakamura, Osaka Sangyo University, Daito, Osaka, Japan FATIGUE AND RATCHETING ISSUES IN PRESSURE VESSEL AND PIPING
PVP2015-45097: A NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF THE FLUIDELASTIC DESIGNI
COUPLING FOR A CELL OF FLEXIBLE TUBES IN A SQUARE-IN-LINE BUN- Developed by: W. Reinhardt, Candu Energy Inc., Mississauga, ON, Canada
DLE SUBJECT TO WATER CROSS-FLOW Chair: J. Goldak, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada
J. Berland, Lamsid - EDF R&D, Chatou, France; E. Deri, A. Adobes, Electricit Co-Chair: R. Adibi-Asl, AMEC NSS, Toronto, ON, Canada
de France, Chatou, France PVP2015-45198: NUCLEAR FATIGUE ANALYSIS CODIFIED DESIGN RULES-
PVP2015-45311: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF FLUID-STRUCTURE INTER- COMPARISON OF CYCLIC PLASTICITY EFFECTS
ACTION IN BASIC IN-LINE ARRANGEMENTS OF CYLINDERS C. Faidy, CF Integrity Engineering, TASSIN, France; A. Wasylyk, World Nuclear
J. Cardolaccia, F. Baj, Commissariat lEnergie Atomique et aux nergies alter- Association, London, United Kingdom
natives, Gif-sur-Yvette, France PVP2015-45326: LOW CYCLE FATIGUE EVALUATION USING CYCLIC LOAD-
PVP2015-45600: THE EFFECT OF STREAMWISE TUBE MOTION ON THE UN- ING TEST DATA
STEADY FLUID FORCES IN A NORMAL TRIANGLE TUBE ARRAY K. Hojo, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Kobe, Japan; S. Kawabata, Ryoyu Sys-
S. El Bouzidi, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada; M. Hassan, University tem Engineering Co., Ltd., Kobe, Japan
of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada PVP2015-45674: USING NONLINEAR KINEMATIC HARDENING MATERIAL
SESSION 1.1E (DA-4-1) MODELS FOR ELASTIC-PLASTIC RATCHETING ANALYSIS
Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill T. Gilman, W. Weitze, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA, USA; J.
NONLINEAR, FAILURE AND LIMIT LOAD ANALYSIS Rudolph, A. Willuweit, AREVA GmbH, Erlangen, Germany; A. Kalnins, Lehigh Uni-
Luc H. Geraets Memorial International Symposium on Structural Integrity versity, Bethlehem, PA, USA
Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, Codes & Standards, Computer Tech- SESSION 1.1H (DA-13-1)
nology and Bolted Joints, High Pressure Technology, Materials & Fabrication, Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Stuart
and Operations, Applications & Components Technical Committees FRACTUREI
Developed by: D. Vlaicu, Ontario Power Generation, Pickering, ON, Canada Developed by: S. Finneran, DNV GL, Dublin, OH, USA
Chair: T. Seipp, Becht Engineering Canada, Ltd., Calgary, AB, Canada Chair: S. Finneran, DNV GL, Dublin, OH, USA
Co-Chair: R. Baliga, Advent Engineering Svcs, San Ramon, CA, USA Co-Chair: D. Bosko, Intertek, Sunnyvale, CA, USA
PVP2015-45016: EFFECTS OF LOCAL WALL THINNING WITH CRACK ON LIMIT PVP2015-45071: APPLICABILITY OF A DETERMINISTIC APPROACH TO
LOADS FOR PIPES SUBJECT TO COMBINED PRESSURE AND BENDING TRANSFER THE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS Jc BETWEEN DIFFERENT SPEC-
J. Tao, EDF Energy Generation, Gloucester, United Kingdom; L. Zhu, Subsea 7, IMEN THICKNESSES
London, United Kingdom T.Meshii, University of Fukui, Fukui, Japan; K. Lu, Japan Atomic Energy Agency,
PVP2015-45208: FAILURE ASSESSMENT METHOD FOR HIGH-STRENGTH Tokai-mura, Japan
PIPELINE WITH LONGITUDINALLY ALIGNED INTERACTING CORROSION PVP2015-45143: EXPERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL STUDY OF DUCTILE
DEFECTS FRACTURE INITIATION IN ALUMINUM 6061-T6
Y. Chen, H. Zhang, X. Liu, W. Zheng, L. Liang, China University of Petroleum, W. Rekik, O. Ancelet, CEA, Gif sur Yvette, France; C. Gardin, ENSMA, Futuro-
Beijing, China scope-Chasseneuil, France
PVP2015-45430: STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY ANALYSES FOR REACTOR PVP2015-45547: AN ESTIMATION METHOD FOR EVALUATING ENERGY RE-
PRESSURE VESSEL UNDER IN-VESSEL RETENTION OF A CORE MELT LEASE RATE OF CIRCUMFERENTIAL THROUGH-WALL CRACKS IN DISSIM-
Y. Gao, Shanghai Nuclear Engineering Research & Design Institute, Shanghai, ILAR METAL WELDS
China; Y. Li, Zhejiang University of Technology, Hangzhou, China; Y. He, Shanghai J. S. Park, Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Daejeon, Korea (Republic); R. Olson,
Nuclear Engineering Research & Design Institute, Shanghai, China; S. Bao, Zhe- Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, OH, USA
jiang University of Technology, Hangzhou, China; M. Cao, Shanghai Nuclear En- PVP2015-45557: BRITTLE FRACTURE ANALYSIS IN THICK PERFORATED
gineering Research & Design Institute, Shanghai, China PLATES
SESSION 1.1F (CS-7-1) P. Duranton, Westinghouse, Orsay, France; H.-K. Ching, J. Burr, Westinghouse,
Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Cambridge Cranberry Township, PA, USA
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SESSION 1.1I (MF-11-1) Developed by: C. Rodery, BP p.l.c, League City, TX, USA; S. Song, University
Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Berkeley of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
INTEGRITY ISSUES IN SCC AND CORROSION FATIGUEMODELING AND Chair: C. Rodery, BP p.l.c, League City, TX, USA
EXPERIMENTAL Co-Chair: S. Song, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
PVP2015-45006: CRACK NON-CIRCULARITY AND FINITE EROSION EF-
Developed by: S. Polasik, DNV GL, Dublin, OH, USA; Z. Wei, Tenneco, Ann
FECTS ON THE 3D SIFS OF A BAUSCHINGER MODIFIED PRESSURIZED
Arbor, MI, USA; K. Nikbin, Imperial College London, London,
THICK-WALLED CYLINDER
United Kingdom
Q. Ma, Walla Walla University, College Place, WA, USA; C. Levy, Florida Interna-
Chair: K. Nikbin, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom
tional University, Miami, FL, USA; M. Perl, Ben Gurion University of the Negev,
Co-Chair: Z. Wei, Tenneco, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Beer Sheva, Israel
PVP2015-45093: EVALUATION OF ARBITRARY 3-D CRACK GROWTH BE-
PVP2015-45028: A RATIONAL METHODOLOGY FOR DETERMINATION OF
HAVIOR UNDER RESIDUAL STRESS IN BUTT-WELDED PIPE
SERVICE LIFE FOR A DELAYED COKER DRUM
F. Iwamatsu, Hitachi, Ltd., Ibaraki, Japan
J. Aumuller, J. Chen, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada; V. Carucci,
PVP2015-45323: DISPOSITION CURVES FOR IRRADIATION-ASSISTED
Carmagen Engineering Inc., Rockaway, NJ, USA
STRESS CORROSION CRACKING OF AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS IN
PVP2015-45090: THE EFFECT OF NOZZLES AND NOZZLE LOADINGS ON
LIGHT WATER REACTOR ENVIRONMENTS
SHELL BUCKLING
E. Eason, Modeling & Computing Services, LLC, Boulder, CO, USA; R. Pathania,
E. Clarke, R. Frith, FE Consultants, Newstead, QLD, Australia
Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA, USA
PVP2015-45273: BURST TEST ON THE STEAM GENERATOR TUBE WITH SESSION 1.1L (FSI-2-1)
PART-THROUGH-WALL MULTIPLE FLAWS Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Franklin
J.-W. Kim, K. H. Eom, Chosun University, Gwangju, Korea (Republic) FLUID TRANSIENTS IN PIPING SYSTEMS
PVP2015-45417: CRACK GROWTH RATE MEASUREMENT OF WARM- Developed by: J. C. Jo, Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Daejon, Korea (Re-
ROLLED F316L AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL IN PRIMARY WATER CON- public); F. Moody, Retired, Turlock, CA, USA
DITION Chair: C. S. Martin, Emeritus Professor Georgia Tech, South Dennis,
J. H. Kim, K. J. Choi, S. C. Yoo, T. Kim, Ulsan National Institute of Science and MA, USA
Technology, Ulsan, Korea (Republic); M. J. Choi, Korea Atomic Energy Research Co-Chair: F. Moody, Retired, Turlock, CA, USA
Institute, Daejeon, Korea (Republic) PVP2015-45155: FLUID COMPRESSIBILITY EFFECTS IN STEAM HAMMER
PVP2015-45759: EVALUATION OF SCC CRACK GROWTH RATE IN BWR ANALYSES
WATER BASED ON ELASTIC-PLASTIC FRACTURE MECHANICS PARAME- B. Rovagnati, J. Gray, Sargent & Lundy, Chicago, IL, USA
TER PVP2015-45184: ANALYTICAL EXPRESSIONS FOR LIQUID-SLUG VELOCI-
M. Takanashi, Y. Itabashi, T. Hirano, IHI Corporation, Yokohama, Kanagawa, TIES IN PIPELINES WITH ENTRAPPED GAS
Japan A. Tijsseling, TU Eindhoven, Eindhoven, Netherlands; Q. Hou, Tianjin University,
SESSION 1.1J (OAC-1-1) Tianjin, China; Z. Bozkus, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey
Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Clarendon PVP2015-45722: BENCHMARKING OF PRESSURIZED WATER REACTOR
NUCLEAR POWER SAFETY, RELIABILITY, AND RISK MANAGEMENT BLOWDOWN ANALYSIS USING RELAP5 AND ANSYS
Symposium on Probabilistic Assessments and Risk ManagementCo- O. Luke, H. Xu, T. Liszkai, NuScale Power, LLC, Corvallis, OR, USA
Sponsored by Codes & Standards, Materials & Fabrication, and Operations, SESSION 1.1M (NDE-4-1)
Applications & Components Technical Committees Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Newbury
Developed by: A. Reich, Streamline Automation, LLC, Huntsville, AL, USA; J. EMERGING/NON-TRADITIONAL NDE TECHNIQUES
Laurinat, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, SC, USA Developed by: S. Mohanty, Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL, USA; J.
Chair: A. Reich, Streamline Automation, LLC, Huntsville, AL, USA Rudolph, AREVA Gmbh, Erlangen, Germany
Co-Chair: J. Laurinat, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, SC, USA Chair: S. Mohanty, Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL, USA
PVP2015-45230: EFFECTS OF CHEMICAL CONTENT VARIATION ON THE Co-Chair: J. Rudolph, AREVA Gmbh, Erlangen, Germany
FRACTURE PROBABILITY OF PWR PRESSURE VESSEL SUBJECTED TO PVP2015-45484: FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS FOR THE EVALUATION OF
PTS EVENTS CRACKS AT A PIPE-FLANGE WELDED PART BY THE DIRECT-CURRENT
P.-C. Huang, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan; H.-W. Chou, Institute POTENTIAL DIFFERENCE METHOD
of Nuclear Energy Research, Taoyuan, Taiwan; Y.-M. Ferng, National Tsing Hua N. Tada, Okayama University, Okayama, Japan; M. Kosaka, Okayama University,
University, Hsinchu, Taiwan Okayama, Japan
PVP2015-45304: CARBON FIBER REINFORCED POLYMERS FOR STRUC- PVP2015-45781: ULTRASONIC INSPECTION AND ANALYSIS USING THE
TURAL & PRESSURE BOUNDARY REPAIRS (Presentation Only) SYNTHETIC APERTURE FOCUSING TECHNIQUE (SAFT) ON DISSIMILAR
J. Charest, Construction Solutions Inc., Amesbury, MA, USA METAL WELDS WITH INTER-GRANULAR STRESS CORROSION CRACKS
PVP2015-45166: PROBABILISTIC STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY EVALUATION S. Dugan, S. Wagner, Materialprfungsanstalt Universitaet Stuttgart, Stuttgart,
ON A PRESSURIZED WATER REACTOR PRESSURE VESSEL UNDER PRES- Germany; H. Rieder, M. Spies, Fraunhofer Institute for Non-destructive Testing,
SURETEMPERATURE LIMIT OPERATIONS Saarbrcken, Germany
H.-W. Chou, C.-C. Huang, Institute of Nuclear Energy Research, Taoyuan, Tai- PVP2015-45826: METAL MAGNETIC MEMORY TESTING TECHNIQUE FOR
wan TYPICAL DEFECTS IN PRESSURE VESSELS AND PIPELINES
PVP2015-45573: APPLICATION OF THE STRUCTURAL RELIABILITY METH- W. Guan, P. Guo, C. Xuedong, Hefei General Machinery Research Institute, Hefei,
ODS FOR JUSTIFICATION OF PRESSURE REDUCTION OF PERIODIC HY- China
DROSTATIC TEST FOR PRIMARY CIRCUIT OF NPP WWER-1000 PVP2015-45594: ULTRASONIC GUIDED WAVE TESTING OF FINNED TUB-
M. Borodii, I. Orynyak, M. Zarazovskii IPP-Centre Ltd, Kyiv, Ukraine; V. Kozlov, ING
Scientific and Technical Center, NNEGC Energoatom, Kyiv, Ukraine O. Malinowski, M. Lindsey, J. Van Velsor, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc.,
SESSION 1.1K (DA-1-1) State College, PA, USA
Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, St. James PVP2015-45849: ONLINE STRESS CORROSION CRACK MONITORING IN
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PRESSURE VESSELS, HEAT EXCHANGER, NUCLEAR REACTOR COMPONENTS USING ACTIVE ULTRASONIC SENSOR
AND COMPONENTSI NETWORKS AND NONLINEAR SYSTEM IDENTIFICATIONDATA FUSION
BASED BIG DATA ANALYTICS APPROACH
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S. Mohanty, Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL, USA; B. Jagielo, Oakland Developed by: M. Ruggles-Wrenn, Air Force Institute of Technology, WPAFB,
University, Rochester, MI, USA; C. B. Bahn, S. Majumdar, K. Natesan, Argonne OH, USA
National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA NUCLEAR ENERGY: NOW AND IN THE FUTURE
G. J. Brown, University of Massachusetts Lowell
SESSION 1.1N (DA-6-1)
THE EVOLUTION OF ELECTRICITY SUPPLY AT ONTARIO POWER GENER-
Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Exeter
ATION
COMPOSITE MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES
P. Spekkens, Ontario Power Generation
Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, High Pressure Technology, and Mate-
rials & Fabrication Technical Committees SESSION 1.2S (MF-28-2)
Developed by: P. Mertiny, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada Monday, July 20, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Imperial Foyer
Chair: P. Mertiny, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada NDE DEMONSTRATION FORUMII
Co-Chair: M. Uddin, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus, Developed by: C. Jaske, Det Norske Veritas (U.S.A.), Inc., Dublin, OH, USA; J.
Columbus, OH, USA Todd, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, USA
PVP2015-45727: LOW-VELOCITY IMPACT ANALYSIS OF A STIFFENED COM-
POSITE PANEL No text
V. Akula, Dassault Systemes Simulia Corp., Lewisville, TX, USA Block 1.3: Monday, July 20 (2:00 pm 3:45 pm)
PVP2015-45269: PROGRESSIVE DAMAGE ANALYSIS OF FULL-WRAPPED
No text
COMPOSITE GAS CYLINDER UNDER OVERLOAD CONDITION AND PRE-
DICTION OF ITS BURSTING PRESSURE SESSION 1.3A (HT-1-3)
Z. Wang, G. Zhang, P. Liu, L. Xia, Dalian University of Technology, Dalian, China Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Arlington
PVP2015-45819: OPTIMIZATION OF POLYMER COMPOSITE PIPE UNDER DESIGN AND FATIGUE ASSESSMENT OF HIGH PRESSURE VESSELS
CONSIDERATION OF HYBRIDIZATION Symposium on Fatigue IssuesCo-Sponsored by Codes & Standards, De-
M. Huler, M. Schatz, H. Baier, Technical University Munich, Garching, Germany; sign & Analysis, High Pressure Technology, and Materials & Fabrication
P. Mertiny, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada Technical Committees
PVP2015-45968: CHARACTERIZATION OF COMPOSITE THERMAL INSULA- Developed by: K. Karpanan, FMC Technologies, Houston, TX, USA; K. Subra-
TION FOR MARINE RISER STRUCTURES manian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, USA
P. Mertiny, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada; D. Therrien, Dow Chem- Chair: K. Karpanan, FMC Technologies, Houston, TX, USA
ical, Edmonton, AB, Canada Co-Chair: K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, USA
PVP2015-45310: DESIGN OF CROSS TIES IN STEEL PLATE CONCRETE PVP2015-45787: OVERVIEW OF REVISIONS TO ASME SECTION VIII DIVI-
STRUCTURES SION 3 FOR THE 2015 EDITION
S. Tan, J. Sawab, M. Li, Y. L. Mo, University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA; F. D. Peters, Structural Integrity Associates, Edinboro, PA, USA; A. Maslowski,
Qin, Harbin Institute of Technology, Harbin, Heilongjiang, China ASME, New York, NY, USA
SESSION 1.1O (SE-5-1) PVP2015-45327: PROPOSED CODE CASE OF CREEP-FATIGUE EVALUA-
Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Cabot TION OF 9Cr-1Mo-V STEELS FOR HIGH PRESSURE VESSELS IN ASME SEC-
STRUCTURAL DYNAMICS TION VIII DIVISION 2
S. Terada, M. Yamada, T. Nakanishi, Kobe Steel, Ltd., Takasago, Hyogo, Japan
Developed by: K. Fujita, Osaka City University, Osaka, Japan; C.-S. Tsai, Feng
PVP2015-45045: ASME SEC VIII DIV 3 FATIGUE LIFE PREDICTIONS USING
Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan
CRITICAL PLANE APPROACH
Chair: K. Fujita, Osaka City University, Osaka, Japan
K. Karpanan, W. Thomas, FMC Technologies, Houston, TX, USA
Co-Chair: A. Maekawa, Institute of Nuclear Safety System, INC., Fukui,
PVP2015-45549: SAFETY AND COST ANALYSIS OF 98 MPa MULTIFUNC-
Japan
TIONAL STEEL LAYERED VESSEL FOR STATIONARY HYDROGEN STORAGE
PVP2015-45334: FULL SCALE SIMULATION-BASED STUDY ON DYNAMIC
Z. Hua, J. Zheng, C. Gu, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
RESPONSE OF BWR FUEL ASSEMBLIES UNDER SEISMIC LOADING
S. Yoshimura, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; T. Yamada, The University SESSION 1.3B (SE-3-2)
of Tokyo, Chiba, Japan; Y. Koide, Hitachi, Ltd., Ibaraki, Japan; S. Onitsuka, T. Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Back Bay
Iijima, Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd., Ibaraki, Japan SEISMIC ISOLATIONII
PVP2015-45058: METHOD FOR ESTIMATING MAXIMUM RESPONSE FOR Developed by: O. Furuya, Tokyo City University, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan; S.
SEISMIC DESIGN OF MULTIPLE SUPPORTED ELASTIC-PLASTIC PIPING Fujita, Tokyo Denki University, Tokyo, Japan; T. Matsuoka, Meiji
SYSTEMS University, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan
A. Sone, T. Matsuda, A. Masuda, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto, Japan Chair: A. Sone, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto, Japan
PVP2015-45925: ROCKING BEHAVIOR OF RIGID BLOCK UNDER HORIZON- Co-Chair: C.-S. Tsai, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan
TAL HARMONIC EXCITATION WITH NOISE PVP2015-45301: PERIODIC MATERIAL BASED SEISMIC ISOLATION FOR
M. Y. Jeong, Numazu College, Numazu, Shizuoka, Japan SMALL MODULAR REACTORS
SESSION 1.1S (MF-28-1) Y. Yan, W. Witarto, University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA; S. J. Wang, National
Monday, July 20, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Imperial Foyer Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan; Y. L. Mo, Uni-
NDE DEMONSTRATION FORUMI versity of Houston, Houston, TX, USA; K.C. Chang, National Center for Research
on Earthquake Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan; Y. Tang, Argonne National Laboratory,
Developed by: C. Jaske, Det Norske Veritas (U.S.A.), Inc., Dublin, OH, USA; J.
Argonne, IL, USA;
Todd, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, USA
PVP2015-45303: ANALYTICAL STUDY OF 1D PERIODIC FOUNDATIONS FOR
STRUCTURAL VIBRATION ISOLATION
No text W. Witarto, Y. Yan, University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA; S. J. Wang, National
Block 1.2: Monday, July 20 (10:30 am 12:15 pm) Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan; Y. L. Mo, Uni-
No text versity of Houston, Houston, TX, USA; K.C. Chang, National Center for Research
on Earthquake Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan; Y. Tang, Argonne National Laboratory,
SESSION 1.2X (TW-11)
Argonne, IL, USA;
Monday, July 20, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Imperial Ballroom
PVP2015-45366: STUDY ON SEISMIC SAFETY IMPROVEMENT OF HANGING
OPENING CEREMONY AND PLENARY LECTURES
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TYPE MECHANICAL STRUCTURE IN INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES DURING PVP2015-45771: FINITE ELEMENTS ANALYSIS OF CYCLICALLY-LOADED
LONG DURATION EARTHQUAKE STEEL PIPES DURING DEEP WATER REELING INSTALLATION
O. Furuya, K. Yoshida, S. Asaoka, Tokyo City University, Tokyo, Japan; K. Ogata, G. Chatzopoulou, S. Karamanos, University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece; G. E.
N. Niiyama, Yacmo Co., Ltd., Tokyo, Japan Varelis, PDL Solutions (Europe) Ltd, Hexham, United Kingdom
PVP2015-45724: A PROBABILITY-BASED LEAK-BEFORE-BREAK APPLICA-
SESSION 1.3C (CT-2-2)
TION FOR SMALL MODULAR REACTORS
Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, White Hill
H. Xu, T. Liszkai, NuScale Power, LLC, Corvallis, OR, USA
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BOLTED FLANGE JOINTSII
PVP2015-45739: INVERSE THERMAL ANALYSIS OF A COKE DRUM USING
Symposium on Bolted JointsCo-Sponsored by Computer Technology and
A BAYESIAN PROBABILISTIC APPROACH
Bolted Joints, and Design & Analysis Technical Committees
E. Gassama, C. Panzarella, J. Cochran, The Equity Engineering Group, Inc.,
Developed by: T. Sawa, Hiroshima University, Tokyo, Japan; H. Bouzid, cole Shaker Heights, OH, USA
de technologie suprieure, Montreal, QC, Canada PVP2015-45452: EFFECT OF BEND ANGLE ON GROSS PLASTIC DEFOR-
Chair: T. Sawa, Hiroshima University, Tokyo, Japan MATION OF PIPE BENDS: A FINITE ELEMENT BASED STUDY
Co-Chair: H. Bouzid, cole de technologie suprieure, Montreal, QC, A. Bhattacharya, S. Patel, H. Patel, S. Bapat, CB&I UK Ltd, London, United King-
Canada dom
PVP2015-45319: REVISITING GASKET SELECTION: A FLOWCHART AP-
PROACHUPDATES FOR THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY
SESSION 1.3F (MF-6-1)
A. Bausman, VSP Technologies, Kingspoint, TN, USA; A. F. Waterland, VSP Tech- Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Cambridge
nologies, Prince George, VA, USA FITNESS FOR SERVICE AND FAILURE ASSESSMENTI
PVP2015-45876: TIGHTNESS OF BOLTED JOINTSA COMPARISON OF Robert E. Nickell Memorial Symposium on Fitness-for-ServiceCo-
TIGHTNESS CLASSES WITH FIELD LEAK TESTING RATES (Presentation Sponsored by Materials & Fabrication, Codes & Standards, Design & Analy-
Only) sis, and High Pressure Technology Technical Committees
R. Noble, Asset55, Hebburn, South Tyneside, United Kingdom Developed by: M. Cohn, Intertek-Aptech, Sunnyvale, CA, USA; B. Wiersma, Sa-
PVP2015-45132: EFFECT OF BOLT CLAMPING FORCE AND CONSTRAINT vannah River National Laboratory, Savannah, GA, USA; C.
ARRANGEMENT ON STRUCTURAL STRENGTH OF BOLTED JOINT Jaske, Det Norske Veritas (USA), Inc., Dublin, OH, USA
J. Mao, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, China; S. Bao, Zhejiang Uni- Chair: M. Cohn, Intertek-Aptech, Sunnyvale, CA, USA
versity of Technology, Hangzhou, China Co-Chair: C. Jaske, Det Norske Veritas (USA), Inc., Dublin, OH, USA
PVP2015-45698: MULTIAXIAL FATIGUE OF PRELOADED THREADED FAS- PVP2015-45926: FACILITY INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT AND ASSESSMENT
TENERS OF ASSOCIATED RISK CONDITIONS
A. Kazemi, Z. Wu, S. Nassar, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA C. Jaske, M. Brongers, Det Norske Veritas (USA), Inc., Dublin, OH, USA
PVP2015-45733: STUDY ON GRADUAL CHANGE OF CORROSION BEHAV-
SESSION 1.3D (FSI-3-4)
IORS IN 13MnNiMoR STEEL WELD JOINT SERVICED IN EO REACTOR
Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Whittier
Z. Ge, L. Geng, J. Gong, Y. Jiang, J. Tang, Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing,
NOISE AND ACOUSTICSI
Jiangsu, China
Developed by: A. Mohany, University of Ontario institute of Technology, Whitby, PVP2015-45247: AN INNOVATIVE REPAIR OF A HOLED THROUGH PRES-
ON, Canada SURE VESSEL
Chair: A. Mohany, University of Ontario institute of Technology, Whitby, J. Taagepera, Chevron ETC, Richmond, CA, USA; R. N. Ostrikoff, Chevron, Duri,
ON, Canada Indonesia, B. C. Sparkman, Chevron, Midland, TX, USA
Co-Chair: S. Belfroid, TNO, Delft, Netherlands
PVP2015-45127: STUDY ON A COUNTERMEASURE USING WALLS MADE
SESSION 1.3G (CS-2-2)
OF PERFORATED PANEL FOR HIGH LEVEL SOUND GENERATED IN Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Tremont
BOILER AND HEAT EXCHANGER FATIGUE AND RATCHETING ISSUES IN PRESSURE VESSEL AND PIPING
K. Ishihara, Tokushima Bunri University, Sanuki City, Japan; M. Nakaoka, DESIGNII
Tokushima Prefectural Industrial Technology Center, Tokushima, Japan Developed by: R. Adibi-Asl, AMEC NSS, Toronto, ON, Canada
PVP2015-45205: EFFECT OF CAVITY VOLUME ON THE FLOW-EXCITED Chair: B. Azadi-Borujeni, Candu Energy Inc., Mississauga, ON, Canada
ACOUSTIC RESONANCE OF A SHALLOW CAVITY IN A PIPE-LINE Co-Chair: W. Reinhardt, Candu Energy Inc., Mississauga, ON, Canada
S. Mohamed, S. Ziada, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada PVP2015-45824: SHAKEDOWN AND RATCHETING IN ASME B&PV CODE
PVP2015-45259: RESONANCE OF TRAPPED ACOUSTIC MODES OF A R. Adibi-Asl, AMEC NSS, Toronto, ON, Canada; W. Reinhardt, Candu Energy Inc.,
DUCTED RECTANGULAR CAVITY Mississauga, ON, Canada
M. Bolduc, S. Ziada, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada; P. Lafon, LaM- PVP2015-45888: FATIGUE EVALUATION FOR SECTION III, CLASS 1 COM-
SID - EDF R&D, Clamart, France PONENTS USING FLAW TOLERANCE METHODS TO CONSIDER ENVIRON-
MENTAL EFFECTS
SESSION 1.3E (DA-4-2)
W. Reinhardt, Candu Energy Inc., Mississauga, ON, Canada; D. H. Roarty, West-
Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill
inghouse, Murrysville, PA, USA; D. Dewees, Babcock & Wilcox, Barberton, OH,
NONLINEAR, FAILURE AND CYCLIC ANALYSIS
USA
Luc H. Geraets Memorial International Symposium on Structural Integrity
PVP2015-45975: A METHODOLOGY FOR OPTIMIZING STARTUP-SHUT-
Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, Codes & Standards, Computer Tech-
DOWN TRANSIENTS FOR PRESSURE VESSEL INTEGRITY
nology and Bolted Joints, High Pressure Technology, Materials & Fabrication,
H. Nimrouzi, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada; M. Yetisir, AECL, Chalk
and Operations, Applications & Components Technical Committees
River, ON, Canada; J. Goldak, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada
Developed by: D. Vlaicu, Ontario Power Generation, Pickering, ON, Canada PVP2015-45720: CYCLIC DEFORMATION CHARACTERISTICS OF PRES-
Chair: R. Baliga, Advent Engineering Svcs, San Ramon, CA, USA SURIZED CARBON STEEL PIPE WITH LOCAL THIN AREA (Presentation
Co-Chair: T. Seipp, Becht Engineering Canada, Ltd., Calgary, AB, Canada Only)
PVP2015-45537: THE EFFECT OF THE SIZE AND ORIENTATION OF CORRO- R. Zhou, I. Kojima, Chiyoda Corporation, Yokohama, Japan; H. Tsuji, Tokyo Denki
SION DAMAGE ON THE RESIDUAL STRENGTH OF STEEL PIPES: ANALYT- University, Tokyo, Japan
ICAL VALIDATION OF A NUMERICAL MODEL
C. Abi Shdid, Lebanese American University, New York, NY, USA; M. Hajali, Pure
Technologies Ltd., Branchburg, NJ, USA
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SESSION 1.3H (DA-13-2) Co-Chair: J. Laurinat, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, SC, USA
Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Stuart PVP2015-45004: DESIGN OF SUBSEA OIL AND GAS PIPELINE REPAIR
FRACTUREII CLAMP
B. Zhao, H. Zhu, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China; S. Zhang, CNOOC
Developed by: S. Finneran, DNV GL, Dublin, OH, USA
Safety Technology Services Co., Ltd, Tianjin, China; J. Zhang, China University
Chair: S. Finneran, DNV GL, Dublin, OH, USA
of Petroleum, Beijing, China; D. Tang, CNPC Research Institute of Engineering
Co-Chair: D. Bosko, Intertek, Sunnyvale, CA, USA
Technology, Tianjin, China
PVP2015-45567: UNCERTAINTY CHARACTERIZATION OF THE TWC_FAIL
PVP2015-45427: A PROBABILISTIC APPROACH TO FIRED HEATER TUBE
THROUGH-WALL CIRCUMFERENTIAL CRACK STABILITY MODULE FOR
REMAINING LIFE
xLPR
J. Leta, T. R. Dirham, J. D. Dobis, R. Guo, The Equity Engineering Group, Inc.,
R. Olson, P. Scott, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, OH, USA
Shaker Heights, OH, USA; L. Roberts, Irving Oil Refinery, Saint Johns, NB,
PVP2015-45570: UNCERTAINTY CHARACTERIZATION OF THE CrCOD CIR-
Canada
CUMFERENTIAL CRACK OPENING DISPLACEMENT MODULE FOR xLPR
PVP2015-45439: RESEARCH ON THE TEST AND EVALUATION METHOD
R. Olson, P. Scott, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, OH, USA
FOR MAGNETIZATION CHARACTERISTICS OF STRAIN AGED 20 (G) STEEL
PVP2015-45571: SEMI-CLOSED FORM DISPLACEMENT EQUATIONS FOR
(Presentation Only)
CALCULATING J-R CURVES FROM PIPE FRACTURE EXPERIMENTS
X. Shang, H. Cao, M. Song, Shandong Special Equipment Inspection Institute,
R. Olson, B. Thornton, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, OH, USA
Jinan, China
PVP2015-45651: VALIDATION OF LINEAR ELASTIC FRACTURE MECHANICS
PVP2015-45391: DESIGN OF A TORNADO MISSILE RESISTANT SHIELD FOR
IN PREDICTING THE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF POLYETHYLENE PIPE
THE ANGRA NUCLEAR PLANT
MATERIALS
A. Reich, J. Moon, Streamline Automation, LLC, Huntsville, AL, USA
T. Ali El-Bagory, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt; H. E. M. Sallam, Jazan Univer-
sity, Jazan, Saudi Arabia; M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, SESSION 1.3K (DA-1-2)
Egypt Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, St. James
PVP2015-45657: CRACK GROWTH BEHAVIOR OF PIPES MADE FROM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PRESSURE VESSELS, HEAT EXCHANGERS,
POLYVINYL CHLORIDE PIPE MATERIAL AND COMPONENTSII
T. Ali El-Bagory, Helwan University, Cairo, Egypt; M. Younan, American University Developed by: C. Rodery, BP p.l.c, League City, TX, USA
in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt Chair: C. Rodery, BP p.l.c, League City, TX, USA
SESSION 1.3I (SE-10-1) Co-Chair: J. Taagepera, Chevron ETC, Richmond, CA, USA
Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Berkeley PVP2015-45223: STRESSES ON ALUMINUM BRAZED PLATE FIN HEAT EX-
SEISMIC EVALUATION OF SYSTEMS, STRUCTURES AND COMPONENTS CHANGERS IN A FLOATING ENVIRONMENT
R. Hlzl, A. Lehmacher, The Linde Group, Pullach, Bavaria, Germany
Developed by: S. Karamanos, University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece; T.
PVP2015-45298: LATERAL INFLUENCE COEFFICIENTS FOR THIN TRUN-
Taniguchi, Tottori University, Tottori, Japan; M. Nitzel, M.E. Nitzel
CATED CONICAL SHELLS
Engineering Services, Nampa, ID, USA
A. Liepins, J. Arnez, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, Inc., Waltham, MA, USA
Chair: T. Taniguchi, Tottori University, Tottori, Japan
PVP2015-45312: ASME PRESSURE VESSEL INTERNALS AND THEIR DE-
Co-Chair: T. Ito, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture,
SIGN CODE
Japan
B. Millet, G. Miller, K. Kirkpatrick, B. Mosher, R. Whipple, Fluor Enterprises, Hous-
PVP2015-45082: SIMPLIFIED ROCKING MODEL OF UNANCHORED CYLIN-
ton, TX, USA
DRICAL TANK INCLUDING BASEPLATE UPLIFT AND CROSS SECTIONAL
PVP2015-45313: THE EFFECT OF JACKET-SIDE LIQUID ON THE BURST
DEFORMATION OF TANK SHELL DUE TO SEISMIC LOAD
PRESSURE ESTIMATION OF A JACKETED VESSEL
N. Kobayashi, T. Tashita, S. Takizawa, Aoyama Gakuin University, Sagamihara,
Y. Xu, K.-J. Young, DuPont, Wilmington, DE, USA
Kanagawa, Japan; T. Taniguchi, Tottori University, Tottori, Japan
PVP2015-45316: MODIFIED SVENSSONS FORMULA FOR MORE ACCU-
PVP2015-45207: SEISMIC RESISTANCE CAPACITY ON PIPE BRACED SUP-
RATE BURST PRESSURE PREDICTIONS OF THIN CYLINDRICAL SHELLS
PORTING FRAME OF SPHERICAL TANK
WITH SMALL SHELL LENGTH TO DIAMETER RATIOS
T. Ohno, High Pressure Gas Safety Institute of Japan/Aoyama Gakuin University,
S.-G. Kang, K.-J. Young, DuPont, Wilmington, DE, USA
Machida-Shi, Tokyo, Japan; N. Kobayashi, Aoyama Gakuin University, Sagami-
hara, Japan; K. Oyamada, High Pressure Gas Safety Institute Japan, Tokyo, SESSION 1.3L (FSI-2-2)
Japan Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Franklin
PVP2015-45243: DEVELOPMENT OF TARGET POWER SPECTRAL DENSITY THERMAL HYDRAULICS AND FLUID TRANSIENTS
FUNCTIONS COMPATIBLE WITH DESIGN RESPONSE SPECTRA Developed by: A. Arastu, Unisont Engineering, Castro Valley, CA, USA; A. Tijs-
J. R. Nie, J. Xu, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Washington, DC, USA; J. seling, TU Eindhoven, Eindhoven, Netherlands
I. Braverman, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, NY, USA Chair: J. C. Jo, Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Daejon, Korea (Re-
PVP2015-45660: STRUCTURE RESPONSE AND CLIPPING FACTOR VARI- public)
ABILITIES USING PROBABILISTIC IN-STRUCTURE RESPONSE SPECTRA Co-Chair: A. Tijsseling, TU Eindhoven, Eindhoven, Netherlands
FOR FUNCTIONAL SEISMIC FRAGILITY EVALUATION OF EQUIPMENT PVP2015-45482: CFD ANALYSIS OF THE NON-UNIFORM VELOCITY DISTRI-
C. Samuelson-Sanford, F. Grant, P. Hashimoto, Simpson Gumpertz & Heger, New- BUTION GENERATED BY A LARGE AXIAL FLOW FAN
port Beach, CA, USA; Y. Bayraktarli, BKW Energie AG, Mhleberg, Switzerland H. Lu, X. Xue, X. Tang, X. Geng, J. Yao, Shanghai Institute of Special Equipment
SESSION 1.3J (OAC-1-2) Inspection and Technical Research, Shanghai, China;
Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Clarendon PVP2015-45559: ASSESSMENT OF TWO PHASE CRITICAL FLOW MODELS
POWER AND PROCESS SAFETY, RELIABILITY, AND RISK MANAGEMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION IN FAST TRANSIENT FLUID DYNAMICS SOFTWARE
Symposium on Probabilistic Assessments and Risk ManagementCo- P. Lafon, M. Essadki, LaMSID - EDF R&D, Clamart, France; Y. Bartosiewicz, J.-
Sponsored by Codes & Standards, Materials & Fabrication, and Operations, M. Seynhaeve, Universit Catholique de Louvain, Louvain la Neuve, Belgium
Applications & Components Technical Committees PVP2015-45092: THERMAL-HYDRAULIC RESPONSE OF THE SECONDARY
SIDE OF A PWR STEAM GENERATOR WITH AN INTERNAL STRUCTURE TO
Developed by: A. Reich, Streamline Automation, LLC, Huntsville, AL, USA; J.
A MAIN STEAM LINE BREAK
Laurinat, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, SC, USA
J. C. Jo, Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Daejon, Korea (Republic)
Chair: A. Reich, Streamline Automation, LLC, Huntsville, AL, USA
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SESSION 1.3M (MF-4-1) PVP2015-45755: EFFECTS OF SEAT WIDTH ON DEVELOPMENT OF ADHE-
Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Newbury SIONS IN STAINLESS STEEL TRIM SPRING OPERATED PRESSURE RELIEF
WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS VALIDATION VALVES
J. Bukowski, Villanova University, Villanova, PA, USA; R. Gross, Savannah River
Developed by: F. Brust, Engineering Mechanics Corp of Columbus, Columbus,
National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA; W. Goble, exida, LLC, Sellersville, PA, USA;
OH, USA; E. Keim, AREVA, Erlangen, Germany
S. Harris, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
Chair: F. Brust, Engineering Mechanics Corp of Columbus, Columbus,
PVP2015-45373: INFLUENCE OF SPECIMEN GEOMETRY AND STRAIN RATE
OH, USA
ON DUCTILE-BRITTLE TRANSITION CHARACTERISATION OF REACTOR
Co-Chair: E. Keim, AREVA, Erlangen, Germany
PRESSURE VESSEL STEELS USING THE SMALL PUNCH TECHNIQUE
PVP2015-45636: PHASE 2B WELD RESIDUAL STRESS ROUND ROBIN:
J. Adams, R. Hurst, Swansea University, Swansea, United Kingdom; J. B. Bor-
MOCKUP DESIGN AND COMPARISONS OF MEASUREMENT AND SIMULA-
radaile, Rolls-Royce Plc, Derby, United Kingdom; M. Bache, Swansea University,
TION RESULTS
Swansea, United Kingdom
M. Benson, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA; M. Tran, M.
PVP2015-45438: CHOICE OF SPECIMEN TYPES AND CALCULATION OF
Hill, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA, USA
WEIBULL PARAMETERS OF SMALL PUNCH TEST BASED ON BEREMIN
PVP2015-45751: FURTHER COMMENTS ON VALIDATION APPROACHES
MODEL
FOR WELD RESIDUAL STRESS SIMULATION
K. Guan, G. Liu, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai,
M. Tran, M. Hill, M. Olson, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA, USA
China; T. Xu, China Special Equipment Inspection & Research Institute, Beijing,
PVP2015-45801: A REVIEW OF THE NeT TG4 INTERNATIONAL WELD RESID-
China; Y. Xu, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai, China
UAL STRESS BENCHMARK
M. Smith, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom; A. C. Smith, SESSION 1.3Q (TW-3)
AREVA NP SAS, Paris, France; C. Ohms, Joint Research Centre, Petten, Nether- Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Georgian
lands; R. Wimpory, Helmholtz-Zentrum fr Materialien und Energie, Berlin, Ger- TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 1: PIPING PROBABILISTIC FRACTURE MECHAN-
many ICSAPPROACHES AND APPLICATIONSPART 1
PVP2015-45950: STANDARDIZED THROUGH-WALL DISTRIBUTIONS OF DIS- Developed by: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt
SIMILAR METAL WELD RESIDUAL STRESS Chair: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt
J. Broussard, Dominion Engineering Inc., Reston, VA, USA Presented by: X. Duan, Candu Energy Inc.; D. Dedhia, Structural Integrity As-
SESSION 1.3N (MF-16-1) sociates, Inc.; D. Rudland, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission;
Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Exeter R. Dingreville, Sandia National Laboratory
PLASTIC PIPE AND COMPOSITE SYSTEMS SESSION 1.3S (MF-28-3)
Developed by: S. Kalyanam, D. J. Shim, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Imperial Foyer
Columbus, Columbus, OH, USA NDE DEMONSTRATION FORUMIII
Chair: M. Uddin, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus, Developed by: C. Jaske, Det Norske Veritas (U.S.A.), Inc., Dublin, OH, USA; J.
Columbus, OH, USA Todd, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, USA
Co-Chair: P. Mertiny, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada
PVP2015-45317: EFFECT OF LOADING HISTORY ON ELASTIC MODULUS
OF HDPE No text
B. Jar, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada Block 1.4: Monday, July 20 (4:00 pm 5:45 pm)
PVP2015-45680: ULTRASONIC EVALUATION OF HIGH DENSITY POLYETH- No text
YLENE (HDPE) BUTT FUSION AND MITERED JOINTS SESSION 1.4A (CS-3-1)
C. Searfass, Structural Integrity Associates, State College, PA, USA; J. Milligan, Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Arlington
Structural Integrity Associates, Charlotte, NC, USA; M. Lashley, Structural Integrity ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE ISSUESI
Associates, Huntersville, NC, USA Symposium on Fatigue IssuesCo-Sponsored by Codes & Standards, De-
PVP2015-45822: DEPENDENCE OF BONDING TEMPERATURE CONDITIONS sign & Analysis, High Pressure Technology, and Materials & Fabrication
ON METAL THICKNESS EFFECTS IN BONDED DISSIMILAR MATERIALS Technical Committees
M. Tateno, E. Yokoi, Kogakuin University, Haijioji, Tokyo, Japan
PVP2015-45318: MEASUREMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS CRACK- Developed by: G. Stevens, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville,
ING RESISTANCE (ESCR) USING NOTCH-FREE SPECIMENS MD, USA; S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe,
B. Jar, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada Japan; H. Mehta, GE Hitachi Nuclear Engineering, San Jose,
PVP2015-45488: MECHANISM OF SLOW CRACK GROWTH IN POLYETHYL- CA, USA
ENE: A FINITE ELEMENT APPROACH Chair: S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe, Japan
X. Luo, J. Shi, J. Zheng, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China Co-Chair: H. Mehta, GE Hitachi Nuclear Engineering, San Jose, CA, USA
PVP2015-45011: FATIGUE STRAINLIFE BEHAVIOR OF AUSTENITIC STAIN-
SESSION 1.3O (MF-20-1) LESS STEELS IN PRESSURIZED WATER REACTOR ENVIRONMENTS
Monday, July 20, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Cabot P. Wilhelm, Areva GmbH, Erlangen, Germany; P. Steinmann, University of Erlan-
EFFECT OF SIZE, GEOMETRY AND DATA ANALYSIS ON PREDICTION OF gen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany; J. Rudolph, AREVA Gmbh, Erlangen, Ger-
MATERIALS DEGRADATION AND FAILURE many
Developed by: S. Leen, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland; H. Wat- PVP2015-45020: NUMERICAL EVALUATION OF ENVIRONMENTALLY AS-
son, A. Duncan, S. Harris, Savannah River National Laboratory, SISTED FATIGUE (EAF) IN CONSIDERATION OF RECENT UPDATES OF THE
Aiken, SC, USA FORMULAS AND HOLD TIME EFFECTS
Chair: S. Leen, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland S. Reese, E.ON Kernkraft GmbH, Hannover, Germany; J. Seichter, Siempelkamp
Co-Chair: A. Duncan, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA Pruef- und Gutachter-Ges. mbH, Dresden, Germany; D. Klucke, H. E. Karabaki,
PVP2015-45135: STATISTICAL PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF SPRING E.ON Kernkraft GmbH, Hannover, Germany
OPERATED PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE RELIABILITY IMPROVEMENTS 2004 PVP2015-45027: QUANTITATIVE COMPARISON OF ENVIRONMENTAL FA-
TO 2014 TIGUE METHODS
H. Watson, R. Gross, S. Harris, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, F. H. E. de Haan - de Wilde, F. Blom, M. H. C. Hannink, NRG, Petten, Nether-
USA lands
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PVP2015-45029: EFFECT OF SURFACE CONDITION ON THE FATIGUE LIFE K. Fujita, A. Moriasa, Osaka City University, Osaka,, Japan
OF AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS IN HIGH TEMPERATURE WATER EN- PVP2015-45142: STABILITY OF AN AXIALLY MOVING FLEXIBLE CAN-
VIRONMENTS TILEVERED PLATE IN AN AXIAL FLOW
J. Stairmand, N. Platts, D. Tice, K. Mottershead, W. Zhang, Amec Foster Wheeler, K. Fujita, K. Matsumoto, Osaka City University, Osaka, Japan
Warrington, Cheshire, United Kingdom PVP2015-45061: FLUTTER ANALYSIS AND EXPERIMENTS OF A RECTAN-
GULAR SHEET SUPPORTED BY A WIRE
SESSION 1.4B (SE-3-3)
K. Hiroaki, M. Watanabe, R. Morita, Aoyama Gakuin University, Sagamihara,
Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Back Bay
Kanagawa, Japan
SEISMIC ISOLATIONIII
Developed by: C.-S. Tsai, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan; O. Furuya,
SESSION 1.4E (CS-1-1)
Tokyo City University, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan; A. Sone, Kyoto Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill
Institute of Technology, Kyoto, Japan STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF PRESSURE COMPONENTSI
Chair: O. Furuya, Tokyo City University, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan Luc H. Geraets Memorial International Symposium on Structural Integrity
Co-Chair: A. Sone, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto, Japan Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, Codes & Standards, Computer Tech-
PVP2015-45068: SEISMIC ISOLATION DEVICES: HISTORY AND RECENT DE- nology and Bolted Joints, High Pressure Technology, Materials &
VELOPMENTS Fabrication, and Operations, Applications & Components Technical Com-
C.-S. Tsai, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan mittees
PVP2015-45074: INERTIA DAMPER USING MR FLUID WITH SPIRALED BY- Developed by: Y. Hari, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC,
PASS PIPE USA
T. Matsuoka, S. Yamano, Meiji University, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan; K. Hi- Chair: Y. Hari, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC,
ramoto, Niigata University, Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture, Japan; K. Sunakoda, USA
Akita University, Saitama, Japan; N. Abe, Meiji University, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Co-Chair: R. Relangi, Power & Environmental Services North America,
Japan Charlotte, NC, USA
PVP2015-45122: SEISMIC DESIGN AND CHARACTERIZATION OF A NEW PVP2015-45002: PIPE SUPPORT INSPECTIONSREVIEW OF SELECT
ISOLATION SYSTEM FOR HIGH VOLTAGE CIRCUIT BREAKERS BASED ON CODES, STANDARDS AND RECOMMENDED PRACTICES
WIRE-ROPE DEVICES L. Kimball, B. Bettell, Stress Engineering Services, Inc., Houston, TX, USA
R. Giannini, S. Alessandri, F. Paolacci, M. Malena, Roma Tre University, Rome, PVP2015-45564: EFFECT OF NOZZLE DIMENSIONS ON THE STRESSES IN
Italy COMPENSATED OPENINGS IN CYLINDRICAL SHELLS
PVP2015-45426: STUDY ON LAMINATED TYPE BASE ISOLATION DEVICE D. Chandiramani, Lloyds Register Asia, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India; S. Gopalakr-
USING URETHANE ERASTOMER FOR PRACTICAL APPLICATION ishnan, A. Mathkar, Lloyds Register Asia, Thane-West, Maharashtra, India
K. Ishihana, Ohtsu Chemical Co., Ltd., Takaishi, Osaka, Japan; O. Furuya, Tokyo PVP2015-46006: DESIGN OF LATERAL TEE FOR STEAM PIPE IN POWER
City University, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, Japan; K. Goda, S. Omata, Ohtsu Chemical PLANTS
Co., Ltd., Takaishi, Osaka, Japan H. S. Kim, S. Jeong, D. J. Lee, H. K. Kim, S. B. Shin, Hyundai Heavy Industries
Co., Ltd, Ulsan, Korea (Republic)
SESSION 1.4C (CT-4-1)
PVP2015-46012: EFFECT OF TEMERATURE VARIATION ON THE SERVICE
Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, White Hill
LIFE OF A RIVETED JOINT
TIGHTNESS AND FUGITIVE EMISSIONS OF BOLTED FLANGE JOINTS
G. Brar, Guru Nanak Dev Engineering College, Ludhiana, India; Y. Hari, University
Symposium on Bolted JointsCo-Sponsored by Computer Technology and
of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC, USA; A. D. Ayri, Guru Nanak Dev
Bolted Joints, and Design & Analysis Technical Committees
Engineering College, Ludhiana, India
Developed by: T. Kobayashi, National Institute of Technology, Numazu College,
Numazu, Japan; S. Nagata, Toyo Engineering Corporation,
SESSION 1.4F (MF-6-2)
Chiba, Japan Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Cambridge
Chair: T. Kobayashi, National Institute of Technology, Numazu College, FITNESS FOR SERVICE AND FAILURE ASSESSMENTII
Numazu, Japan Robert E. Nickell Memorial Symposium on Fitness-for-ServiceCo-
Co-Chair: S. Nagata, Toyo Engineering Corporation, Chiba, Japan Sponsored by Materials & Fabrication, Codes & Standards, Design & Analy-
PVP2015-45196: FURTHER STUDIES ON PREDICTING LEAK RATES USING sis, and High Pressure Technology Technical Committees
AN EMISSIONS CALCULATOR FOR BOLTED FLANGE CONNECTORS Developed by: C. Jaske, Det Norske Veritas (USA), Inc., Dublin, OH, USA; B.
D. Rice, VSP Technologies, Leland, NC, USA; A. F. Waterland, VSP Technologies, Wiersma, Savannah River National Laboratory, Savannah, GA,
Prince George, VA, USA USA; M. Cohn, Intertek, Sunnyvale, CA, USA
PVP2015-45472: EFFECTIVENESS OF RETIGHTENING IN MAINTAINING Chair: C. Jaske, Det Norske Veritas (USA), Inc., Dublin, OH, USA
HIGHER RESIDUAL BOLT LOADS AND TIGHTNESS OF BOLTED FLANGED Co-Chair: M. Cohn, Intertek, Sunnyvale, CA, USA
CONNECTIONS PVP2015-45689: ULTRASONIC SIMULATION AND EXAMINATION OF
T. Kobayashi, C. Zenyoji, National Institute of Technology, Numazu College, Nu- CRACKS IN THICK WALLED COMPONENTS FOR FITNESS FOR SERVICE
mazu, Japan EVALUATION (Presentation Only)
PVP2015-45881: CALCULATION OF MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE BENDING MO- J. Milligan, A. Padmala, Structural Integrity Associates, Huntersville, NC, USA
MENT ON PIPE FLANGE CONNECTION FOR LEAK TIGHTNESS DESIGN PVP2015-45630: OPTIMIZATION OF NDE REEXAMINATION LOCATIONS AND
S. Nagata, Toyo Engineering Corporation, Chiba, Japan INTERVALS FOR GRADE 91 PIPING SYSTEM GIRTH WELDS
M. Cohn, Intertek AIM, Sunnyvale, CA, USA; E. Liebl, Capital Power, Edmonton,
SESSION 1.4D (FSI-3-7)
AB, Canada; M. Cronin, F. Faham, D. Bosko, Intertek AIM, Sunnyvale, CA, USA
Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Whittier
PVP2015-45807: BOUNDING RESIDUAL STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR PRO-
AXIAL AND LEAKAGE FLOWS
FILES FOR FRACTURE ASSESSMENT OF PIPE GIRTH WELDS
Developed by: D. S. Weaver, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada; P. P. J. Bouchard, J. Mathew, The Open University, Milton Keynes, United Kingdom
Moussou, Electricite de France, Clamart, France
Chair: D. S. Weaver, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada
SESSION 1.4G (CS-16-1)
Co-Chair: P. Moussou, Electricite de France, Clamart, France Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Tremont
PVP2015-45141: STABILITY OF CANTILEVERED PIPES SUBJECTED TO IN- INTEGRITY ISSUES FOR PIPE INCLUDING BURIED PIPE
TERNAL FLOW AND EXTERNAL ANNULAR AXIAL FLOW SIMULTANEOUSLY Developed by: R. McGill, Structural Integrity Associates, San Jose, CA, USA;
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R. Gurdal, Areva, Forest, VA, USA SPECTIVEI
Chair: R. Gurdal, Areva, Forest, VA, USA Symposium on Probabilistic Assessments and Risk ManagementCo-
Co-Chair: S. Xu, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada Sponsored by Codes & Standards, Materials & Fabrication, and Operations,
PVP2015-45646: INNOVATIVE METHOD FOR INSTALLING PIPE DEPTH Applications & Components Technical Committees
SMART TEST STATIONS AT EXELON NUCLEAR GENERATION STATIONS Developed by: Y. Garud, SIMRAND, LLC, San Jose, CA, USA; D. Steininger,
TO QUANTIFY CORROSION RATES, EVALUATE CATHODIC PROTECTION EPRI, Palo Alto, CA, USA
EFFECTIVENESS, QUANTIFY CORROSION POTENT Chair: Y. Garud, SIMRAND, LLC, San Jose, CA, USA
H. Kleinfelder, CorrTech, Hopkinton, MA, USA; G. Lupia, Exelon Nuclear, West- Co-Chair: D. Steininger, EPRI, Palo Alto, CA, USA
mont, IL, USA; M. Darois, Radiation Safety and Control Services, Stratham, NH, PVP2015-45104: FLAW TOLERANCE ASSESSMENT FOR LOW-CYCLE FA-
USA TIGUE OF STAINLESS STEEL
PVP2015-45920: FURTHER IMPROVEMENTS TO ASME SECTION XI CODE M. Kamaya, Institute of Nuclear Safety System, Mikata-gun Fukui, Japan
CASE N-806 FOR EVALUATION OF METAL LOSS IN CLASS 2 AND 3 METAL- PVP2015-45806: A RATIONAL BASIS FOR DETERMINISTIC MARGINS IN
LIC PIPING BURIED IN A BACK-FILLED TRENCH CUF-BASED FATIGUE EVALUATION WITH UNCERTAINTY
R. McGill, Structural Integrity Associates, San Jose, CA, USA; G. Antaki, Becht Y. Garud, SIMRAND, LLC, San Jose, CA, USA; D. Steininger, EPRI, Palo Alto,
Engineering Co., Inc., Aiken, SC, USA; M. Moenssens, Westinghouse, Madison, CA, USA
PA, USA; D. Scarth, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada PVP2015-45730: SAFETY FACTOR FOR FLAW EVALUATION OF A PIPE HAV-
PVP2015-45276: THE INVESTIGATION OF SIGNIFICANCE OF THE GEOMET- ING A CIRCUMFERENTIAL SURFACE FLAW
RICAL NONLINEARITY FOR 1-D CRACK SIF CALCULATION IN THIN- H. Machida, Manabu Arakawa, TEPCO Systems Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
WALLED PRESSURIZED PIPE
I. Orynyak, Ipp-Centre, Kiev, Ukraine; A. Oryniak, Kiev Potechnical Institute, Kiev, SESSION 1.4K (DA-1-3)
Ukraine Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, St. James
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PRESSURE VESSELS, HEAT EXCHANGERS,
SESSION 1.4H (DA-13-3) AND COMPONENTSIII
Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Stuart
FRACTUREIII Developed by: C. Rodery, BP p.l.c, League City, TX, USA; S. Song, University
of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Developed by: S. Finneran, DNV GL, Dublin, OH, USA Chair: J. Taagepera, Chevron ETC, Richmond, CA, USA
Chair: S. Finneran, DNV GL, Dublin, OH, USA Co-Chair: S. Song, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Co-Chair: D. Bosko, Intertek, Sunnyvale, CA, USA PVP2015-45331: A CRITICAL REVIEW OF TEMA 2007 PROCRDURE FOR FI-
PVP2015-45679: METHODOLOGICAL FEATURES OF WWER RPV METAL NITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF THICK WALL EXPANSION JOINTS
CRITICAL TEMPERATURE OF BRITTLENESS PREDICTION ON THE BASE A. Taghizadeh, M. Obeydi, Hampa Energy Engineering and Design Co., Shiraz,
OF THE DATA SCATTER AND THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION Fars, Iran; M. Ganjvar, Scientific Design, Mahwah, NJ, USA
M. Zarazovskii, I. Orynyak, S. Radchenko, IPP-Centre Ltd, Kyiv, Ukraine PVP2015-45433: EFFECT OF REVERSE YIELDING ON THE RESIDUAL CON-
PVP2015-45702: LIMIT LOAD SOLUTION AND CRACK DRIVING FORCE ES- TACT STRESS OF TUBE-TO-TUBESHEET JOINTS SUBJECTED TO HY-
TIMATION SCHEME FOR EMBEDDED FLAWS IN PIPELINE GIRTH WELDS DRAULIC EXPANSION
A. Pepin, T. Tkaczyk, Technip, Aberdeen, United Kingdom; N. ODowd, University H. Bouzid, cole de technologie suprieure, Montreal, QC, Canada; M. Kazem-
of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland; K. Nikbin, Imperial College London, London, United inia, cole de technologie suprieure, Montreal, QC, Canada
Kingdom PVP2015-45546: RESEARCH ON PHASED ARRAY ULTRASONIC TECH-
PVP2015-45995: A NEW APPROACH ON NECKING CONSTITUTIVE RELA- NIQUE FOR TESTING TUBE TO TUBE-SHEET WELDS OF HEAT EX-
TIONSHIP OF STAINLESS STEEL AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES CHANGER
D. Yao, L. Cai, G. Zhao, C. Bao, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu, W. Guo, Zhejiang Provincial Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute,
Sichuan, China Hangzhou, China; S. Qian, Ningbo Special Equipment Inspection and Research
PVP2015-45186: STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY ASSESSMENT OF NOTCHED Institute, Ningbo, China; Z. Lin, Zhejiang Provincial Special Equipment Inspection
COMPONENTS USING THE MASTER CURVE METHODOLOGY AND FAIL- and Research Institute, Hangzhou, China
URE ASSESSMENT DIAGRAMS PVP2015-45449: STRUCTURE DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF A LOCKING
T. Garcia Peman, S. Cicero, University of Cantabria, Santander, Spain; V. BAND TYPE QUICK OPENING END CLOSURE USING A NEW SADDLE-
Madrazo, Centro Tecnolgico de Componentes, Santander, Spain SHAPED SEALING RING FOR NATURAL GAS FILTERS
SESSION 1.4I (SE-11-1) P. Chen, S. Zhou, Y. Shi, Beijing University of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China
Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Berkeley PVP2015-45460: DESIGN DEVELOPMENT OF A VACUUM VESSEL WITH DE-
SEISMIC HAZARDS AND MARGINS TACHABLE TOP LID CONFIGURATION
J. Joshi, A. Yadav, R. Gangadharan, M. Bandyopadhyay, C. Rotti, ITER-India, In-
Developed by: I. T. Kisisel, Sargent & Lundy LLC, East Chicago, IN, USA
stitute for Plasma Research, Gandhinagar, India
Chair: I. T. Kisisel, Sargent & Lundy LLC, East Chicago, IN, USA
Co-Chair: S. Karamanos, University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece SESSION 1.4L (SPC-2-1)
PVP2015-45345: PROBABILISTIC ASSESSMENT OF INNOVATIVE MITIGAT- Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Franklin
ING MEASURES FOR BURIED STEEL PIPELINEFAULT CROSSING STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION IBS/MS LEVEL
V. E. Melissianos, JB ATE, Herakleion, Crete, Greece; D. Vamvatsikos, C. J. Developed by: R. S. Hafner, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Liver-
Gantes, National Technical University of Athens, Zografou, Athens, Greece more, CA, USA; M. Nitzel, M. E. Nitzel Engineering Services,
PVP2015-45374: QUANTITATIVE SEISMIC RISK ASSESSMENT OF PROCESS Nampa, ID, USA
PLANTS. STATE OF THE ART REVIEW AND DIRECTIONS FOR FUTURE RE- Chair: P. James, AMEC, Warrington, United Kingdom
SEARCH Co-Chair: S. Leen, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
A. C. Caputo, R. Giannini, F. Paolacci, University Roma Tre, Roma, Italy PVP2015-45067: IMPROVING PREDICTION OF LIMIT BENDING LOAD FOR
PVP2015-45704: RECENT REVISIONS OF SRP 3.7 AND 3.8 WALL-THINNED PIPES BY RECONSIDERING THE EFFECT OF BIAXIALITY
I. Lebbi, J. Moslemian, Sargent & Lundy LLC, Chicago, IL, USA K. Mori, T.Meshii, University of Fukui, Fukui, Japan
SESSION 1.4J (CS-31-1) PVP2015-45172: CRACK INITIATION AND GROWTH SIMULATION FOR
Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Clarendon CRDM NOZZLES BY EXTENDED FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
FATIGUE ASSESSMENT AND MANAGEMENTA PROBABILISTIC PER- S. J. Lee, Y. Chang, Kyung Hee University, Gyeonggi-do, Korea (Republic)
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PVP2015-45732: A METHOD OF ULTRASONIC PHASED ARRAY INSPECTION W. Reinhardt, Candu Energy Inc., Mississauga, ON, Canada
OF PLASTIC PIPE REINFORCED BY CROSS HELICALLY WOUND STEEL PVP2015-45718: THINGS TO CONCERN FOR FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSES
WIRES Y. Shoji, YS Corporation LLC, Tokyo, Japan
X. Miao, J. Shi, J. Zheng, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
SESSION 1.4Q (TW-7)
PVP2015-45446: ON A FLAW SHAPE IDEALIZATION OF AXIAL SURFACE
Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Georgian
FLAWS FOR STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY ASSESSMENT OF STEAM GENER-
TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 1: PIPING PROBABILISTIC FRACTURE MECHAN-
ATOR TUBES
ICSAPPROACHES AND APPLICATIONSPART 2
S.-H. Park, J.-B. Choi, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Korea (Republic); N.-
S. Huh, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea, Korea (Re- Developed by: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt
public) Chair: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt
Presented by: X. Duan, Candu Energy Inc.; D. Dedhia, Structural Integrity As-
SESSION 1.4M (MF-4-2) sociates, Inc.; D. Rudland, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission;
Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Newbury R. Dingreville, Sandia National Laboratory
WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS PREDICTIONS AND MEASUREMENTSI
SESSION 1.4S (MF-28-4)
Developed by: D. Rudland, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Frederick, MD,
Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Imperial Foyer
USA; P. Gilles, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, France
NDE DEMONSTRATION FORUMIV
Chair: F. Brust, Engineering Mechanics Corp of Columbus, Columbus,
OH, USA Developed by: C. Jaske, Det Norske Veritas (U.S.A.), Inc., Dublin, OH, USA; J.
Co-Chair: P. Gilles, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, France Todd, Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, USA
PVP2015-45529: ESTIMATION OF STRESS-FREE STATE FROM HARDNESS
RATIO FOR EVALUATION OF RESIDUAL STRESS USING INSTRUMENTED TUESDAY, JULY 21
INDENTATION TESTING (IIT)
J. Kim, H.-J. Ahn, S.-W. Jeon, J. S. Lee, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea No text
(Republic); M. J. Choi, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon, Korea Block 2.1: Tuesday, July 21 (8:30 am 10:15 am)
(Republic) No text
PVP2015-45805: MEASUREMENT OF RESIDUAL STRESS IN P91 STEEL
ELECTRON BEAM WELDED PLATES USING THE CONTOUR METHOD (Pre- SESSION 2.1A (FSI-8-1)
sentation Only) Tuesday, July 21, 2015, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Arlington
F. Hosseinzadeh, P. J. Bouchard, N. Naveed, The Open University, Milton Keynes, PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM OF IAEA ACTIVITIES ON FLUID STRUC-
United Kingdom; S. Kumar, Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Mumbai, India TURAL INTERACTION FOR NUCLEAR COMPONENTSOVERVIEW OF IAEA
ACTIVITIES ON FLUID STRUCTURE INTERACTION
SESSION 1.4N (MF-7-1)
Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Exeter Developed by: C. G. Giannopapa, European Space Agency, Paris, France
MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGIES FOR NUCLEAR POWER PLANTSI Chair: Y. Kwon, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, USA
Co-Chair: P. Moussou, Electricite de France, Clamart, France
Developed by: W. Ren, R. Nanstad, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, Panelists:
TN, USA M. Kim, Manwoong, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria
Chair: W. Ren, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA F. Inada, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo, Japan
Co-Chair: R. Nanstad, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA S. Takahashi, Hitachi Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
PVP2015-45126: THE EFFECTS OF THERMAL AGEING ON MICROSTRUC-
TURAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF GH3535 ALLOY WELDED SESSION 2.1B (CS-3-2)
JOINT Tuesday, July 21, 2015, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Back Bay
C. S. Jian, L. Chaowen, Y. Kun, L. Zhijun, L. Zhong, Shanghai Institute of Applied ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE ISSUESII
Physics, Shanghai, China Symposium on Fatigue IssuesCo-Sponsored by Codes & Standards, De-
PVP2015-45550: FRICTION STIR SEAL WELDING (FSSW) TUBE- sign & Analysis, High Pressure Technology, and Materials & Fabrication
TUBESHEET JOINTS MADE OF STEEL Technical Committees
A. Shuaib, F. Al-Badour, N. Merah, King Fahd University of Petroleum, Dhahran, Developed by: G. Stevens, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville,
Saudi Arabia MD, USA; H. Mehta, GE Hitachi Nuclear Engineering, San Jose,
PVP2015-45652: CHARACTERIZATION OF ADVANCED STEELS AS ACCI- CA, USA; S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe,
DENT TOLERANT CLADDING FOR LIGHT WATER REACTOR NUCLEAR Japan
FUEL Chair: H. Mehta, GE Hitachi Nuclear Engineering, San Jose, CA, USA
R. Rebak, GE Global Research, Schenectady, NY, USA Co-Chair: S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe, Japan
PVP2015-45663: QUALIFICATION OF TEMPER BEAD WELDING BY AN AL- PVP2015-45158: OVERVIEW OF FRENCH PROPOSAL OF UPDATED
TERNATIVE HARDNESS TESTING APPROACH AUSTENITIC SS FATIGUE CURVES AND OF A METHODOLOGY TO AC-
S. McCracken, B. Sutton, EPRI Welding & Repair Technology Center, Charlotte, COUNT FOR EAF
NC, USA T. Metais, EDF, Villeurbanne, France; S. Courtin, AREVA NP SAS, Paris La
SESSION 1.4O (CT-13-1) Dfense, France; P. Genette, EDF/SEPTEN, Villeurbanne, France; L. De Baglion,
Monday, July 20, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Cabot AREVA, Paris La Dfense, France; C. Gourdin, CEA, Gif Sur Yvette, France
EXPLICIT AND IMPLICIT NONLINEAR FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS PVP2015-45194: INDUSTRYS FIRST NRC APPROVED APPENDIX L FLAW
TOLERANCE EVALUATION TO MANAGE FATIGUE IN A SURGE LINE
Developed by: F. Xu, Candu, TBD, ON, Canada A. Alleshwaram, T. Gilman, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA,
Chair: B. Azadi-Borujeni, Candu Energy Inc., Mississauga, ON, Canada USA; T. Satyan-Sharma, FPL, Jensen Beach, FL, USA
Co-Chair: W. Reinhardt, Candu Energy Inc., Mississauga, ON, Canada PVP2015-45214: LOW CYCLE FATIGUE BEHAVIOR IN AIR AND IN PWR
PVP2015-45641: MODELING AND SIMULATION FOR PRESSING PROCESS WATER OF TYPE 304L AND 316L AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS MANU-
WITH RECONFIGURABLE PUNCH AND DIE FACTURED BY HOT ISOSTATIC PRESSING PROCESS
Z. Feng, H. Champliaud, Ecole de technologie superieure, Montreal, QC, Canada L. De Baglion, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, France; D. Cedat, AREVA NP SAS,
PVP2015-45886: APPLICATION OF ELASTIC-PLASTIC FINITE ELEMENT Chalon sur Sane, France; P. Ould, AREVA NP SAS, Paris La Dfense, France;
ANALYSIS TO DETERMINE THE ULTIMATE LOAD OF COMPONENTS
25
W.-J. Chitty, AREVA NP SAS, Le Creusot, France Palenberg, Germany
PVP2015-45355: PROPOSAL OF COMMON RULES FOR FATIGUE CRACK PVP2015-45216: AUTOMATED APPROACH FOR RECIPROCATING COM-
GROWTH LAW OF JSME RULES ON PRESSOR CYLINDERS DESIGN
K. Hojo, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Kobe, Japan; T. Arai, Central Research A. Babbini, G. Orsi, R. Maleci, GE Oil & Gas, Firenze, FI, Italy
Institute of Electric Power, Yokosuka, Japan; M. Itatani, Toshiba, Yokohama, Japan
SESSION 2.1F (DA-8-1)
SESSION 2.1C (CT-5-1) Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Cambridge
Tuesday, July 21, 2015, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, White Hill FITNESS FOR SERVICE EVALUATIONSI
ASSEMBLY OF BOLTED FLANGE JOINTS Robert E. Nickell Memorial Symposium on Fitness-for-ServiceCo-
Symposium on Bolted JointsCo-Sponsored by Computer Technology and Sponsored by Materials & Fabrication, Codes & Standards, Design & Analy-
Bolted Joints, and Design & Analysis Technical Committees sis, and High Pressure Technology Technical Committees
Developed by: A. F. Waterland, VSP Technologies, Prince George, VA, USA; A. Developed by: T. Seipp, Becht Engineering Canada, Ltd., Calgary, AB, Canada;
Bausman, VSP Technologies, Kingspoint, TN, USA K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, USA
Chair: A. F. Waterland, VSP Technologies, Prince George, VA, USA Chair: T. Seipp, Becht Engineering Canada, Ltd., Calgary, AB, Canada
Co-Chair: A. Bausman, VSP Technologies, Kingspoint, TN, USA Co-Chair: K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, USA
PVP2015-45280: A NEW LOW STRESS TO SEAL CONFORMABLE EPTFE PVP2015-45512: VALIDITY OF PROCEDURE FOR PLASTIC COLLAPSE AS-
GASKET TAPE FOR LARGE DIAMETER GLASS LINED STEEL (GLS) EQUIP- SESSMENT OF A LOCAL THIN AREA NEAR VESSEL AND NOZZLE INTER-
MENT SECTIONS SUBJECTED TO INTERNAL PRESSURE AND EXTERNAL
D. C. Bissett, W.L. Gore & Associates, GmbH, Putzbrunn, Germany; C. Jones, LOADINGS
W.L.Gore & Associates, Elkton, MD, USA K. Oyamada, The High Pressure Gas Safety Institute of Japan, Tokyo, Japan; S.
PVP2015-45715: EFFECT OF SCATTER IN AXIAL BOLT FORCE ON THE Konosu, Ibaraki University, Hitachi, Japan; T. Miyashita, T. Ohno, H. Suzuki, The
SEALING PERFORMANCE OF 20 INCH PIPE FLANGE CONNECTIONS WITH High Pressure Gas Safety Institute of Japan, Tokyo, Japan
CSG UNDER INTERNAL PRESSURE PVP2015-45538: PROCEDURE FOR PLASTIC COLLAPSE ASSESSMENT OF
Y. Omiya, K. Itano, Okayama University, Okayama, Japan A LOCAL THIN AREA NEAR VESSEL AND NOZZLE INTERSECTIONS SUB-
PVP2015-45756: INITIAL INVESTIGATION ON THE EFFECT OF BOLT LOAD- JECTED TO INTERNAL PRESSURE AND EXTERNAL LOADINGS
ING RATE ON THE NEED TO RE-TORQUE PTFE GASKETS IN BOLTED S. Konosu, Ibaraki University, Hitachi, Japan; K. Ogasawara, Mitsui Engineering
FLANGED CONNECTIONS & Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Chiba, Japan; K. Oyamada, , The High Pressure Gas
M. Clarke, A. F. Waterland, K. Grant, VSP Technologies, Prince George, VA, USA Safety Institute of Japan, Tokyo, Japan
PVP2015-45177: EFFECT OF MATERIAL PROPERTIES OF GASKET ON THE PVP2015-45625: ASME SECTION VIII RECERTIFICATION OF A 33,000 GAL-
SEALING PERFORMANCE OF PIPE FLANGE CONNECTIONS AT ELEVATED LON VACUUM-JACKETED LH2 STORAGE VESSEL FOR DENSIFIED HYDRO-
TEMPERATURE GEN TESTING AT NASA KENNEDY SPACE CENTER
T. Sawa, Hiroshima University, Tokyo, Japan; Y. Takagi, Tokyo Electric Power Co, A. Swanger, W. Notardonato, NASA Kennedy Space Center, Kennedy Space Cen-
Yokohama, Japan; H. Torii, RITE, Kyoto, Japan ter, FL, USA; K. M. Jumper, Sierra Lobo, Kennedy Space Center, FL, USA
PVP2015-45734: NONLINEAR FEA OF A CORRODED PIPE.
SESSION 2.1D (CS-7-4)
V. Akula, Dassault Systemes Simulia Corp., Lewisville, TX, USA
Tuesday, July 21, 2015, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Whittier
PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM ON CHANGES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS SESSION 2.1G (MF-2-1)
TO THE ASME BOILER & PRESSURE VESSEL CODE: I Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Tremont
Developed by: R. Barnes, ANRIC, Etobicoke, ON, Canada APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE ASSESSMENTI
Chair: R. Barnes, ANRIC, Etobicoke, ON, Canada Developed by: P.-S. Lam, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA;
Co-Chair: T. Sham, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA J. Wang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
Panelists: Chair: P.-S. Lam, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
J. Feldstein, BPTCS, Chair, Foster Wheeler North America, Clinton, NJ, USA Co-Chair: J. Wang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
D. Berger, Section I, Chair, Allentown, PA, USA PVP2015-45300: A STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF SCALING ON STRUCTURAL
T. Bedeaux, Section IV, Chair, Consultant, Middletown, PA, USA INTEGRITY ASSESSMENT
W. Sperko, Section IX, Chair, Sperko Engineering Services Inc., Greensboro, NC, USA P. Orrock, D. J. Smith, C. E. Truman, University of Bristol, Bristol, United King-
M. Rana, Section VIII, Member, Praxair Inc., Tonawanda, NY, USA dom
B. Shelley, Section X, Vice Chair, Allsourcepps, Smyrna, DE, USA PVP2015-45859: FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF A FULL-SCALE TEST OF
A CRACKED DISSIMILAR METAL WELD FOR AGING NUCLEAR POWER PIP-
SESSION 2.1E (HT-3-1)
ING AND FRACTURE FAILURE ASSESSMENT
Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill
L. Zeng, f-Industry AB, Nuclear Technology, Gteborg, Sweden; C. Luo,
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSION EQUIPMENT
EDRMEDESO AB, Gteborg, Sweden; L. Jansson, P. Gyllen, f-Industry AB, Nu-
Luc H. Geraets Memorial International Symposium on Structural Integrity
clear Technology, Gteborg, Sweden
Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, Codes & Standards, Computer Tech-
PVP2015-45948: CONSTRAINT BASED ASSESSMENTS OF LARGE-SCALE
nology and Bolted Joints, High Pressure Technology, Materials & Fabrication,
CRACKED STRAIGHT PIPES AND ELBOWS
and Operations, Applications & Components Technical Committees
R. Ainsworth, M. Gintalas, The University of Manchester, Manchester, United King-
Developed by: E. Giacomelli, Dott.Ing.Mario Cozzani Srl, La Spezia, La Spezia, dom
Italy PVP2015-45178: UPPER BOUND ESTIMATES OF THE CONTRIBUTION OF
Chair: E. Giacomelli, Dott.Ing.Mario Cozzani Srl, La Spezia, La Spezia, AN UNKNOWN RESIDUAL STRESS FIELD TO STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR
Italy H. E. Coules, D. J. Smith, University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom
Co-Chair: E. Miller, DuPont, Orange, TX, USA
PVP2015-45185: OPTIMIZATION OF HYPERCOMPRESSORS CONFIGURA-
SESSION 2.1H (DA-2-1)
TION AND RELATED PLANT ARRANGEMENT Tuesday, July 21, 2015, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Stuart
C. Maggi, L. Tognarelli, S. Giorgetti, GE Oil&Gas, Florence, Italy DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PIPING COMPONENTSI
PVP2015-45040: HYPER COMPRESSOR REVAMP PROCEDURES TO EX- Developed by: C. Basavaraju, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, North Potomac,
TEND MTBM MD, USA; K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services,
H. Lankenau, S. Damberg, B. Wagner, NEAC Compressor Service, Uebach- Metairie, LA, USA
26
Chair: C. Basavaraju, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, North Potomac, PROTECTION OF Zr-Nb PRESSURE TUBES UNDER HEAT-UP AND COOL-
MD, USA DOWN CONDITIONS
Co-Chair: R. Baliga, Advent Engineering Svcs, San Ramon, CA, USA S. Xu, D. Scarth, P. Doddihal, P. Mosbrucker, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada
PVP2015-45315: AN ANLYTICAL SOLUTION FOR CALCULATING STRESSES
SESSION 2.1K (DA-7-1)
ON FULL ENCIRCLEMENT SLEEVES USED ON PIPES AND PRESSURE VES-
Tuesday, July 21, 2015, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, St. James
SELS
THERMAL STRESSES AND ELEVATED TEMPERATURE DESIGN
C. Nadarajah, Becht Engineering Co. Inc., Fairfax, VA, USA
PVP2015-45234: MECHANICAL AND SCC BEHAVIOR OF AN API5L STEEL Developed by: A. Segall, Penn State University, University Park, PA, USA
CASING WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF DEEP GEOLOGICAL REPOSITORIES Chair: A. Segall, Penn State University, University Park, PA, USA
FOR RADIOACTIVE WASTE Co-Chair: S. Iyer, AECL, Mississauga, ON, Canada
F. Bumbieler, S. Necib, J. Morel, D. Crusset, G. Armand, Andra, Bure, France PVP2015-45416: CREEP SIMULATION OF THE HYDROPROCESSING REAC-
PVP2015-45169: STRUCTURAL ASSESSMENT OF MAIN STEAM LINE AND TOR USING A PHYSICALLY-BASED CDM MODEL
CONTAINMENT BUILDING UNDER STEAM EXPLOSION CONDITIONS Y. Zhou, C. Xuedong, F. Zhichao, J. Dong, Hefei General Machinery Research
S. H. Kim, Y. Chang, Kyung Hee University, Kyunggi-do, Korea (Republic); S. Institute, Hefei, Anhui, China
Song, Y.-J. Cho, Korea Institute of Nuclear Safety, Daejeon-si, Korea (Republic) PVP2015-45671: A UNIFIED VISCOPLASTIC MODEL FOR CREEP AND FA-
PVP2015-45124: STUDY ON LIMIT LOAD OF DOUBLE PIPE BEND COM- TIGUE-CREEP RESPONSE SIMULATIONS OF HAYNES 230
BINED FITTING P. Barrett, Corvid Technologies, Mooresville, NC, USA; T. Hassan, North Carolina
C. Zhou, J. Li, X. He, Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China State University, Raleigh, NC, USA
PVP2015-45605: HIGH TEMPERATURE, MULTI-MATERIAL, CYCLIC PLAS-
SESSION 2.1I (SE-1-1) TICITY OF A P91 WELDED BRANCH-HEADER CONNECTION UNDER
Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Berkeley CYCLIC PRESSURE
SEISMIC RELATED TOPICS S. Leen, M. Li, R. A. Barrett, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland; S.
Developed by: C.-S. Tsai, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan; T. Taniguchi, Scully, ESB Energy International, Dublin, Ireland; D. Joyce, National University
Tottori University, Tottori, Japan; G. Slagis, G C Slagis Associ- of Ireland, Galway, Ireland
ates, Roseville, CA, USA; S. Karamanos, University of Thessaly, PVP2015-45282: THERRIA JOINT RESEARCH PROJECT TO THE CON-
Volos, Greece TROL OF RAPID TEMPERATURE CHANGES IN INDUSTRIAL COMPONENTS
Chair: O. S. Bursi, University of Trento, Trento, Italy R. Trieglaff, A. Schulz, TV NORD SysTec Gmbh & Co. Kg, Hamburg, Germany;
Co-Chair: Y. L. Mo, University of Houston, Houston, TX, USA D. Rieck, ENCOS GmbH, Greifswald, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany
PVP2015-45007: SEISMIC RESPONSE ANALYSIS OF HIGH SPEED RAIL VE- PVP2015-45385: THERMAL-STRUCTURE ANALYSIS AND ENGINEERING
HICLE CONSIDERING WHEEL/RAIL CONTACT PROBLEM CALCULATION FOR DOUBLE TUBESHEETS OF HEAT EXCHANGER
A. Sone, K. Nagao, A. Masuda, H. Nakakoji, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto, G. Zhu, China Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute /Beijing Uni-
Japan versity of Chemical Technology, Beijing, China; B. Shou, China Special Equipment
PVP2015-45057: DELAY ESTIMATION FOR RELIABILITY INTEPRETATION Inspection & Research Institute, Beijing, China
OF REAL-TIME HYBRID SIMULATION INVOLVING VISCOUS DAMPERS TO-
SESSION 2.1L (SPC-3-1)
WARDS SEISMIC HAZARD MITIGATION
Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Franklin
S. Richardson, C. Chen, J. Valdovinos, W. Pong, K. Chen, San Francisco State
STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION IIPHD LEVEL
University, San Francisco, CA, USA
PVP2015-45530: TSUNAMI DAMAGE TO OIL STORAGE TANKS IN THE Developed by: R. S. Hafner, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Liver-
Mw9.0 2011 TOHOKU, JAPAN EARTHQUAKE more, CA, USA; M. Nitzel, M.E. Nitzel Engineering Services,
K. Hatayama, National Research Institute of Fire and Disaster, Chofu, Tokyo, Nampa, ID, USA
Japan Chair: N. ODowd, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland
Co-Chair: C. Giannopapa, Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven,
SESSION 2.1J (CS-15-1) Netherlands
Tuesday, July 21, 2015, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Clarendon PVP2015-45136: LARGE EDDY SIMULATION OF FLUID-ELASTIC INSTABIL-
RISK-INFORMED METHODS FOR STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY ASSESS- ITY IN SQUARE NORMAL CYLINDER ARRAY
MENTI V. Shinde, Centre national de la recherche scientifique, Clamart, France; E. Lon-
Symposium on Probabilistic Assessments and Risk ManagementCo- gatte, lectricit de France, Chatou, France; F. Baj, Commissariat lEnergie
Sponsored by Codes & Standards, Materials & Fabrication, and Operations, Atomique et aux nergies alternatives, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
Applications & Components Technical Committees PVP2015-45401: BURST PRESSURE PREDICTION OF CRACKED STEAM
Developed by: S. Xu, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada GENERATOR TUBE USING FE DAMAGE ANALYSIS
Chair: S. Xu, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada J. Y. Jeon, Y. J. Kim, Korea University, Seoul, Korea (Republic); J.-W. Kim, Chosun
Co-Chair: Y. Garud, SIMRAND, LLC, San Jose, CA, USA University, Kwangju, Korea (Republic)
PVP2015-45367: RELIABILITY BASED RISK ASSESSMENT OF A COMPLEX PVP2015-45936: CALIBRATING PHASE TRANSFORMATION AND GRAIN
WELDED STRUCTURE WITH MULTIPLE SITE CRACKS GROWTH MODELS AND MEASURING PHASE DEPENDENT MATERIAL
W. Huang, S. Narayanaswamy, Institute of High Performance Computing, Singa- PROPERTIES FOR USE IN FE SIMULATIONS OF WELDS
pore, Singapore N. O`Meara, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom; S. D Smith,
PVP2015-45746: ESTIMATION AND VISUALIZATION OF THE PROBABILITY TWI Ltd., Cambridge, United Kingdom; J. A Francis, University of Manchester,
OF FAILING AN ASSESSMENT WHEN USING A FAILURE ASSESSMENT DI- Manchester, United Kingdom
AGRAM PVP2015-45695: SIMPLIFIED MODEL FOR THE SEISMIC PERFORMANCE
J. Cochran, C. Panzarella, R. Guo, The Equity Engineering Group, Inc., Shaker OF UNANCHORED LIQUID STORAGE TANKS
Heights, OH, USA M. Vathi, S. Karamanos, University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece
PVP2015-45997: STATISTICAL MODELING OF RESISTANCE TO CRACK INI-
SESSION 2.1M (MF-4-3)
TIATION DUE TO HYDRIDED REGION OVERLOADS AT SIMULATED FLAWS
Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Newbury
IN CANDU PRESSURE TUBES
WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS PREDICTIONS AND MEASUREMENTSII
L. Gutkin, D. Scarth, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada
PVP2015-46010: FEASIBILITY OF DEVELOPING A RISK-INFORMED PROCE- Developed by: E. Keim, AREVA, Erlangen, Germany; F. Brust, Engineering Me-
DURE TO DEFINE PRESSURE-TEMPERATURE LIMITS FOR FRACTURE chanics Corp of Columbus, Columbus, OH, USA
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Chair: E. Keim, AREVA, Erlangen, Germany PVP2015-45743: FRACTURE BEHAVIOR OF PRESSURIZED DEFECTIVE
Co-Chair: F. Brust, Engineering Mechanics Corp of Columbus, Columbus, PIPES SUBJECTED TO LARGE TENSILE STRAINS
OH, USA M. Paredes, T. Wierzbicki, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge,
PVP2015-45224: RESIDUAL STRESSES IN CLAD NUCLEAR REACTOR MA, USA
PRESSURE VESSEL STEELS; PREDICTION, MEASUREMENT AND RECON- PVP2015-45672: FURTHER INSIGHTS ON THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN J
STRUCTION AND CTOD FOR SE(B) AND SE(T) SPECIMENS INCLUDING DUCTILE
K. Serasli, H. E. Coules, D. J. Smith, University of Bristol, Bristol, United King- CRACK PROPAGATION
dom D. Sarzosa, C. Ruggieri, University of Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil
PVP2015-45655: DEVELOPMENT OF RESIDUAL STRESS SIMULATION AND
SESSION 2.1Q (TW-4)
EXPERIMENTAL MEASUREMENT TOOLS FOR USE IN LIFETIME ASSESS-
Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Georgian
MENT OF STAINLESS STEEL PRESSURE VESSELS
TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 2: OVERVIEW OF ASME POST CONSTRUCTION
T. Reynolds, A. Brown, L. Beghini, T. Kostka, C. San Marchi, Sandia National Lab-
STANDARDS PCC2,3: REPAIR OF PRESSURE EQUIPMENT AND PIPING
oratories, Livermore, CA, USA
PART 1
PVP2015-45139: EVALUATION OF RESIDUAL STRESSES INDUCED BY RE-
PAIRS TO SMALL DIAMETER STAINLESS STEEL PIPE WELDS Developed by: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt
T. G. Hicks, W. R. Mabe, J. R. Miller, Bechtel Marine Propulsion Corporation, West Presented by: J. L. Arnold, Niantic Bay Engineering, LLC; J. Taagepera,
Mifflin, PA, USA; J. V. Mullen, Bechtel Marine Propulsion Corporation, Schenec- Chevron Energy Technology Co.; S. Roberts, Shell Oil Co.
tady, NY, USA SESSION 2.1S (CT-17-1)
SESSION 2.1N (MF-21-1) Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Imperial Foyer
Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Exeter SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATION FORUMI
ADVANCED MANUFACTURING FOR NEW NUCLEAR BUILDS AND PVP AP- Developed by: J. Cory, Jr, Siemens PLM Software, Milford, OH, USA
PLICATIONS
Developed by: A. Duncan, J. Bobbitt, Savannah River National Laboratory, No text
Aiken, SC, USA; R. Rebak, GE Global Research, Schenectady, Block 2.2: Tuesday, July 21 (10:30 am 12:15 pm)
NY, USA; C. San Marchi, Sandia National Laboratories, Liver- No text
more, CA, USA; A. Wasylyk, World Nuclear Association, London,
United Kingdom; A. Horn, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Warrington, SESSION 2.2A (FSI-8-2)
United Kingdom Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Arlington
Chair: A. Duncan, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM OF IAEA ACTIVITIES ON FLUID STRUC-
Co-Chair: A. Horn, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom TURAL INTERACTION FOR NUCLEAR COMPONENTSFLUID STRUCTURE
PVP2015-45064: HYBRID FRICTION DIFFUSION BONDING (HFDB) OF COIL INTERACTION DESIGN
WOUND HEAT EXCHANGERS Developed by: P. Moussou, Electricite de France, Clamart, France
A. Roos, D. R. Alba, S. Hanke, Helmholtz-Centre Geesthacht, Geesthacht, Chair: S. Kaneko, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany; G. Wimmer, Linde Engineering Division, Tacherting, Co-Chair: S. Etienne, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Montral, QC,
Germany; J. F. Dos Santos, Helmholtz-Centre Geesthacht, Geesthacht, Canada
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany Panelists:
PVP2015-45534: IMPACT TOUGHNESS OF PM HIPED VS. CONVENTIONAL N. Mureithi, Ecole Polytechnique de Montral, Montral, Canada
316L (Presentation Only) D. Weaver, Mc Master University, Hamilton, Canada
T. Berglund, Sandvik Powder Solutions, Surahammar, Sweden; L. Larsson, M. T. Nishihara, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo, Japan
stlund, Sandvik Materials Technology, Sandviken, Sweden S. Takahashi, Hitachi Ltd., Tokyo, Japan
PVP2015-46001: DEVELOPMENT OF LASER ENGINEERED NET SHAPE V. Janzen, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, Chalk River, Canada
(LENS) ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING FOR REPAIR A. Tijsseling, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, The Netherlands
P. Korinko, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
PVP2015-45675: FABRICATION, WELDING, AND INSPECTION TECHNIQUES SESSION 2.2B (CS-3-3)
IN PREPARATION FOR IN-REACTOR TESTING OF ACCIDENT TOLERANT Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Back Bay
FUELS ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE ISSUESIII
K. Barrett, M. Teague, G. Moore, C. Woolum, K. Archibald, Idaho National Labo- Symposium on Fatigue IssuesCo-Sponsored by Codes & Standards, De-
ratory, Idaho Falls, ID, USA sign & Analysis, High Pressure Technology, and Materials & Fabrication
Technical Committees
SESSION 2.1O (MF-12-1)
Developed by: G. Stevens, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville,
Tuesday, July 21, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Cabot
MD, USA; S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe,
PIPELINE INTEGRITY1
Japan; S. Mohanty, Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL,
Developed by: X.-K. Zhu, Edison Welding Institute, Columbus, OH, USA;D.-Y. USA
Park, CanMet, Calgary, AB, Canada Chair: S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe, Japan
Chair: X.-K. Zhu, EWI, Columbus, OH, USA Co-Chair: S. Mohanty, Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL, USA
Co-Chair: D.-Y. Park, CanMet, Calgary, AB, Canada PVP2015-45619: AN EXAMINATION OF THE ROLE OF THE ASSUMED MA-
PVP2015-45873: SIMULATION OF DUCTILE FRACTURE IN PIPELINE TERIAL YOUNGS MODULUS VALUE AT THE HIGH CYCLE END OF ASME
STEELS UNDER VARYING CONSTRAINT CONDITIONS USING COHESIVE CODE FATIGUE CURVE FOR STAINLESS STEELS
ZONE MODELING S. Ranganath, XGEN Engineering, San Jose, CA, USA; H. Mehta, GE Hitachi
S. Parmar, X. Wang, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada; W. R. Tyson, Can- Nuclear Engineering, San Jose, CA, USA
metMATERIALS, Natural Resources Canada, Ottawa, ON, Canada; S. Xu, Can- PVP2015-45701: EFFECT OF PRESSURIZED WATER REACTOR ENVIRON-
metMATERIALS, Natural Resources Canada, Hamilton, ON, Canada MENT ON MATERIAL PARAMETERS OF 316 STAINLESS STEEL: A CYCLIC
PVP2015-45062: EFFECTS OF LOADING MODE ON BRITTLE FRACTURE OF PLASTICITY BASED EVOLUTIONARY MATERIAL MODELING APPROACH
X70 PIPE GIRTH WELDS S. Mohanty, S. Majumdar, W. Soppet, K. Natesan, Argonne National Laboratory,
D.-Y. Park, J.-P. Gravel, CanmetMATERIALS, Natural Resources Canada, Cal- Argonne, IL, USA
gary, AB, Canada
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PVP2015-45812: INFLUENCE OF PWR ENVIRONMENT ON FATIGUE CRACK SPONSE
INITIATION AND GROWTH OF TYPE 316 STAINLESS STEEL M. Passeri, R. Bagagli, C. Maggi, GE Oil & Gas, Firenze, Italy
R. Fujikawa, T. Nakamura, S. Abe, Osaka University, Osaka, Japan; M. Kamaya, PVP2015-45100: STRAIN GAGE AND THERMOCOUPLE MEASUREMENTS
Institute of Nuclear Safety System, Mikata-gun Fukui, Japan OF HYPER COMPRESSOR PACKING CUPS TO STUDY PRESSURE SEALING
PVP2015-45843: NEGATIVE R FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH RATE TESTING PERFORMANCE
ON AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL IN A SIMULATED PRIMARY WATER E. Miller, DuPont, Orange, TX, USA; J. Blanding, DuPont (retired), Houston, TX, USA
ENVIRONMENTS
SESSION 2.2F (DA-8-2)
N. Platts, D. Tice, W. Zhang, Amec Foster Wheeler, Warrington, Cheshire, United
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Cambridge
Kingdom
FITNESS FOR SERVICE EVALUATIONS II AND POST-CONSTRUCTION
SESSION 2.2C (DA-10-1) ISSUES
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, White Hill Robert E. Nickell Memorial Symposium on Fitness-for-ServiceCo-
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BOLTED JOINTSHIGH TEMPERATURE AND Sponsored by Materials & Fabrication, Codes & Standards, Design & Analy-
EXTREME LOADING sis, and High Pressure Technology Technical Committees
Symposium on Bolted JointsCo-Sponsored by Computer Technology and Developed by: G. Van Zyl, Sabic, Jubail, Saudi Arabia; K. Subramanian, Stress
Bolted Joints, and Design & Analysis Technical Committees Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, USA
Developed by: W. Brown, Integrity Engineering Solutions, Dunsborough, WA, Chair: G. Van Zyl, Sabic, Jubail, Saudi Arabia
Australia; G. Van Zyl, Sabic, Jubail, Saudi Arabia Co-Chair: K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, USA
Chair: R. Noble, 1tegrity Ltd, Sunderland, United Kingdom PVP2015-45147: NEW CLASSIFICATION ASSESSMENT RULE FOR DE-
Co-Chair: C. Rodery, BP p.l.c, League City, TX, USA FECTS FITNESS
PVP2015-45209: FEM ANALYSIS AND PRELOAD EVALUATION OF BOLTED Z. Chen, School of Mechanical and Power Engineering, Shanghai, China
JOINTS SUBJECT TO LOW TEMPERATURE PVP2015-45541: STRESS INTENSIFICATION FACTORS FOR NON-CONCEN-
Y. Yan, M. Wen, Y. Li, Xian Jiaotong University, Xian, Shaanxi, China TRIC ELBOW BRANCHES IN OLD CARBON-STEEL PIPELINES
PVP2015-45945: AN UPDATE ON NUT FACTOR VS. DIAMETER AND MATE- L. Scano, Studio Scano - Safety & Integrity, Udine, UD, Italy
RIAL PVP2015-45626: MY PIPES ARE CORRODING! WHEN SHOULD I REPAIR?
W. Brown, T.-Y. Lim, Integrity Engineering Solutions, Dunsborough, WA, Australia GETTING THE ANSWERS YOU NEED FOR MAINTAINING PIPELINE IN-
PVP2015-45974: INVESTIGATION OF A CHRONIC LEAKING PROBLEM OF TEGRITY
A HEAT EXCHANGER GIRTH FLANGE M. Turnquist, Quest Integrity Group, Boulder, CO, USA
G. Van Zyl, Sabic, Jubail, Saudi Arabia PVP2015-45189: ASSESSMENT OF THE INFLUENCE OF THE USE OF WELD
PVP2015-45896: DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF THE RISK-BASED JOINT IN- OVERLAY AS A REPAIR METHOD ON THE STRESS LEVEL OF BULGED
TEGRITY (RBJI) ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY SECTIONS OF COKE DRUMS
W. Brown, Integrity Engineering Solutions, Dunsborough, WA, Australia E. Araque, G. Vivas, A. Moret, PDVSA, Los Teques, Venezuela
SESSION 2.2D (CS-7-5) SESSION 2.2G (MF-2-3)
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Whittier Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Tremont
PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM ON CHANGES AND FUTURE DIRECTIONS APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE ASSESSMENTIII
TO THE ASME BOILER & PRESSURE VESSEL CODE: II Developed by: D. Scarth, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada
Developed by: R. Barnes, ANRIC, Etobicoke, ON, Canada Chair: P.-S. Lam, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
Chair: R. Barnes, ANRIC, Etobicoke, ON, Canada Co-Chair: P. Doddihal, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada
Co-Chair: T. Sham, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA PVP2015-45450: DYNAMIC EFFECTS ON FRACTURE TOUGHNESS FOR
Panelists: FERRITIC STEEL IN THE DUCTILE-TO-BRITTLE TRANSITION
R. Hill, BNCS, Chair, Hill Engineering Solutions LLC, Las Vegas, NV, USA C. Jacquemoud, CEA, Gif Sur Yvette, France; I. Delvallee-Nunio, F. Balestreri,
J. Henry, Section II, Chair, Kiefner/Applus RTD, Chattanooga, TN, USA IRSN, Fontenay-aux-Roses, France
R. Hill, Section III, Chair, Hill Engineering Solutions LLC, Las Vegas, NV, USA PVP2015-45977: FRACTURE ANALYSES OF CURVED COMPACT TENSION
W. Hembree, Section V, Chair, TVA, Signal Mountain, TN, USA SPECIMENS OF IRRADIATED HYDRIDED Zr-2.5Nb MATERIALS (Presenta-
R. Crane, Section XI. Secretary, ASME, New York, NY, USA tion Only)
M. Rana, Section XII, Chair, Praxair Inc., Tonawanda, NY, USA S.-J. Sung, M. Y. Ali, J. Pan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA; P.-S.
Lam, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA; D. Scarth, Kinectrics
SESSION 2.2E (HT-3-3)
Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill
PVP2015-45635: CHARACTERIZATION OF THE EFFECT OF NOTCH BLUNT-
ANALYSIS AND PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF VERY HIGH PRESSURE
NESS ON HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT AND FRACTURE BEHAVIOR
COMPRESSORS
USING FE ANALYSES
Luc H. Geraets Memorial International Symposium on Structural Integrity
J. Y. Jeon, Korea University, Seoul, Korea (Republic); N. O. Larrosa, the University
Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, Codes & Standards, Computer Tech-
of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom; Y. R. Oh, Y. J. Kim, Korea University,
nology and Bolted Joints, High Pressure Technology, Materials & Fabrication,
Seoul, Korea (Republic); R. Ainsworth, University of Manchester, Manchester,
and Operations, Applications & Components Technical Committees
United Kingdom
Developed by: E. Giacomelli, Dott.Ing.Mario Cozzani Srl, La Spezia, La Spezia, PVP2015-45735: DUCTILE FRACTURE PREDICTION WITH INSTABILITY
Italy CONDITION OF MATERIAL CONSTITUTIVE RELATIONSHIPS (Presentation
Chair: E. Giacomelli, Dott.Ing.Mario Cozzani Srl, La Spezia, La Spezia, Only)
Italy L. Xue, Thinkviewer LLC, Sugar Land, TX, USA
Co-Chair: A. Babbini, GE Oil & Gas, Firenze, FI, Italy PVP2015-46000: FRACTURE PROTECTION OF CANDU Zr-2.5Nb PRESSURE
PVP2015-45338: MAXIMIZE HYPER COMPRESSOR UPTIME APPLYING AN TUBES WITH HIGH HYDROGEN EQUIVALENT CONCENTRATION
INDUSTRY PROVEN MONITORING APPROACH P. Doddihal, D. Scarth, P. Mosbrucker, S. Xu, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada
O. Franz, Prognost Systems GmbH, Rheine, Germany; J. Vigants, Prognost Sys-
tems GmbH, Houston, TX, USA
SESSION 2.2H (DA-2-2)
PVP2015-45073: COMPRESSOR GENERAL ARRANGEMENT DYNAMIC DE- Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Stuart
SIGN GUIDED BY PRELIMINARY CYLINDER MANIFOLD FORCED RE- DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PIPING COMPONENTSII
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Developed by: B. Li, Amec Foster Wheeler, Toronto, ON, Canada; K. Subraman- M. Kirk, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA
ian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, USA
SESSION 2.2K (CS-13-1)
Chair: B. Li, Amec Foster Wheeler, Toronto, ON, Canada
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, St. James
Co-Chair: R. Baliga, Advent Engineering Svcs, San Ramon, CA, USA
HIGH TEMPERATURE CODES AND STANDARDSI
PVP2015-45284: B31.1 COMPLIANT DESIGN OF CFRP BURIED PIPING SYS-
TEMS Developed by: C. M. Davies, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom;
N. Stoeva, T. Adams, Stevenson & Associates, Independence, OH, USA; T. Y. J. Kim, Korea University, Seoul, Korea (Republic)
Jimenez, FIBRWRAP, San Diego, CA, USA; S. Arnold, FYFE Co. LLC, San Diego, Chair: C. M. Davies, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom
CA, USA; J. Uhland, Duke Energy, York, SC, USA Co-Chair: P. James, Amec, Warrington, United Kingdom
PVP2015-45519: STRESS ANALYSIS AND OPTIMUM DESIGN OF THE HEAT PVP2015-45270: RCC-MRX EDITION 2015: OVERVIEW OF THREE YEARS
TRANSPORT SYSTEM AT MOLTEN SALT REACTOR OF DEVELOPPMENTS
X. Zhang, X. Wang, W. Gong, Y. Fu, Shanghai Institute of Applied Physics, Chi- T. Lebarbe, C. Petesch, CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France; D. Bonne, Areva,
nese Academy of Sciences, Shang Hai, China Lyon, France; F. de la Burgade, Areva TA, Saint Paul lez Durance, France; M.
PVP2015-45008: EFFECTS OF HIGH FREQUENCY HYDRODYNAMIC LOADS Blat-Yrieix, EDF, Moret sur Loing, France
ON STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY AND MECHANICAL OPERABILITY OF PVP2015-45381: IDENTIFICATION OF FAILURE MODES UNDER DESIGN EX-
VALVES TENSION CONDITIONS
Y. Isbiliroglu, C. Ozgur, E. Ulku, N. Vaidya, Rizzo Associates, Pittsburgh, PA, USA; N. Kasahara, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan; I. Nakamura, National Research
K. Paserba, Westinghouse Electric Company, Cranberry Township, PA, USA Institute, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan; H. Machida, Tepco Systems Corporation, Tokyo,
PVP2015-45489: DEVELOPMENT OF A METHOD TO ASSESS IMPACT HAZ- Japan; H. Nakamura, ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corporation, Tokyo, Japan; K.
ARDS Okamoto, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
A. Toft, P. Gill, Amec, Warrington, United Kingdom PVP2015-45553: ANALYTICAL STUDY ON FAILURE MECHANISMS BY EX-
TREME LOADINGS UNDER DESIGN EXTENSION CONDITIONS
SESSION 2.2I (SE-2-1) H. Ogawa, H. Machida, TEPCO Systems Corporation, Tokyo, Japan; N. Kasahara,
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Berkeley University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
EARTHQUAKE RESISTANCE AND SEISMIC MARGIN PVP2015-45988: HRSG HEADER CREEP-ASSESSMENT THROUGH A PRO-
Developed by: A. Maekawa, Institute of Nuclear Safety System, INC., Fukui, CEDURE FOR THE ITALIAN CODE APPLICATION AND COMPARISON WITH
Japan; T. Taniguchi, Tottori University, Tottori, Japan THE AMERICAN STANDARD
Chair: A. Maekawa, Institute of Nuclear Safety System, INC., Fukui, O. Grisolia, INAIL, Central Directorate of Research, Rome, RM, Italy; L. Scano,
Japan Studio Scano - Safety & Integrity, Udine, UD, Italy
Co-Chair: T. Taniguchi, Tottori University, Tottori, Japan
SESSION 2.2L (SPC-4-1)
PVP2015-45083: APPROXIMATION OF UPLIFT OF FLAT-BOTTOM CYLINDRI-
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Franklin
CAL TANKS AND EFFECTS OF OUT-OF-PLANE DEFORMATION OF CYLIN-
STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION IIIPHD LEVEL
DRICAL SHELL ON IT
T. Taniguchi, Tottori University, Tottori, Japan; T. Nakashima, JIP Techno-Science, Developed by: R. S. Hafner, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Liver-
Yao, Japan; D. Okui, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd., Kobe, Japan more, CA, USA; M. Nitzel, M.E. Nitzel Engineering Services,
PVP2015-45469: SEISMIC MARGIN EVALUATION METHODS USING EQUIV- Nampa, ID, USA
ALENT SDOF MODEL AND ELASTO-PLASTIC RESPONSE SPECTRUM Chair: C.-S. Tsai, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan
S. Onitsuka, T. Iijima, Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd., Hitachi-shi, Ibaraki-ken, Co-Chair: Y. Shoji, YS Corporation LLC, Tokyo, Japan
Japan; Y. Ushio, Hitachi, Ltd., Hitachinaka, Ibaraki-Ken, Japan; Y. Okuda, Toshiba PVP2015-45448: INFLUENCES OF OVERALL AND LOCAL PWHT ON RESID-
Corporation, Yokohama, Japan; T. Hirai, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Kobe, UAL STRESSES IN THE UNDER-MATCHING WELDED JOINTS
Japan Y. Qian, J. Zhao, Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
PVP2015-45531: A SIMPLIFIED ANALYSIS METHOD FOR ELASTO-PLASTIC PVP2015-45173: STRAIN PREDICTION FOR X80 STEEL PIPELINE SUB-
SEISMIC RESPONSE USING THE ENERGY BALANCE EQUATION OF A MAX- JECTED TO STRIKE-SLIP FAULT UNDER COMPRESSION COMBINED WITH
IMUM HYSTERESIS LOOP BENDING
G. Nakamura, Y. Okuda, S. Ebato, Toshiba Corporation, Yokohama, Japan; H. X. Liu, H. Zhang, Y. Chen, China University of Petroleum (Beijing), Beijing, China
Niwa, Toshiba Nuclear Engineering Services Corporation, Yokohama, Japan; T. PVP2015-45397: A METHOD OF AUTOMATIC DEFECT RECOGNITION FOR
Iijima, Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd., Ibaraki, Japan PHASED ARRAY ULTRASONIC INSPECTION OF POLYTHENE ELECTRO-FU-
PVP2015-45913: INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SEISMIC SION JOINTS
SAFETY EVALUATION METHODS FOR EQUIPMENT AND PIPING OF A NU- D. Hou, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejaing, China; W. Guo, Zhejiang Provin-
CLEAR FACILITY cial Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute, Hangzhou, China; J.
A. Nishida, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Chiba, Japan; K. Iigaki, K. Sawa, Y. Li, Zheng, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan PVP2015-45296: BUCKLING OF A FLAT PLATE IN A CONFINED AXIAL FLOW
J. Adjiman, IMSIA, Clamart, France; O. Doar, IMSIA, Palaiseau, France; P. Mous-
SESSION 2.2J (CS-15-2) sou, EDF R&D, Clamart, France
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Clarendon
PANEL SESSION: RISK-INFORMED METHODS FOR STRUCTURAL IN- SESSION 2.2M (MF-4-4)
TEGRITY ASSESSMENTII Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Newbury
Symposium on Probabilistic Assessments and Risk ManagementCo- WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS ESTIMATION AND OPTIMIZATION
Sponsored by Codes & Standards, Materials & Fabrication, and Operations, Developed by: P. Gilles, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, France; E. Keim, AREVA,
Applications & Components Technical Committees Erlangen, Germany
Developed by: S. Xu, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada, M. Kirk, Nuclear Chair: P. Gilles, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, France
Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA Co-Chair: E. Keim, AREVA, Erlangen, Germany
Chair: M. Kirk, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA PVP2015-45556: A METHOD TO DEFINE THE BEST WELD SEQUENCE
Co-Chair: T. Hardin, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA, USA USING A LIMITED NUMBER OF WELDING SIMULATION ANALYSIS
Panelists: M. Asadi, SKC Engineering, Surrey, BC, Canada; G. Alsoruji, Carleton University,
T. Hardin, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA, USA Ottawa, ON, Canada
J. Jin, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, Ottawa, ON, Canada PVP2015-45726: ANALYSIS OF RESIDUAL STRESSES IN PIPE SEAM
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WELDS AND A PROPOSED RESIDUAL STRESS PROFILE ESTIMATION SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATION FORUMII
METHOD Developed by: J. Cory, Jr, Siemens PLM Software, Milford, OH, USA
S. Song, P. Dong, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
PVP2015-45753: AN ANALYTICAL INTERPRETATION OF WELDING LINEAR
HEAT INPUT FOR 2D RESIDUAL STRESS MODELS No text
S. Song, X. Pei, P. Dong, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA Block 2.3: Tuesday, July 21 (2:00 pm 3:45 pm)
PVP2015-45991: CAN A WELD IN WELDED STRUCTURE BE MADE WITH No text
ZERO RESIDUAL STRESS? SESSION 2.3A (FSI-8-3)
S. Tchernov, Goldak Technologies Inc., Ottawa, ON, Canada; J. Goldak, Carleton Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Arlington
University, Ottawa, ON, Canada PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM OF IAEA ACTIVITIES ON FLUID STRUC-
SESSION 2.2N (OAC-3-1) TURAL INTERACTION FOR NUCLEAR COMPONENTSFLUID STRUCTURE
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Exeter INTERACTION MAINTENANCE AND PLANT ISSUES
MONITORING, DIAGNOSTICS AND INSPECTIONI Developed by: F. Inada, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry,
Developed by: M. Brumovsky, UJV Rez plc, Rez, Czech Republic; I. Ezekoye, Tokyo, Japan
Westinghouse, Pittsburgh, PA, USA Chair: D. S. Weaver, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada
Chair: M. Brumovsky, UJV Rez plc, Rez, Czech Republic Co-Chair: T. Nishihara, CRIEPI, Abiko, Chiba, Japan
Co-Chair: M. Kytka, UJV Rez plc, Rez, Czech Republic Panelists:
PVP2015-45511: MONITORING DEGRADATION IN NUCLEAR REACTORS K. Fujita, University of Osaka, Japan
M. Brumovsky, M. Kytka, UJV Rez plc, Rez, Czech Republic S. Ziada, Mc Master University, Hamilton, Canada
PVP2015-45292: NONLINEAR GUIDED WAVES FOR MONITORING MI- S. Kaneko, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan
CROSTRUCTURAL CHANGES IN METAL STRUCTURES P. Moussou, Electricit de France, Clamart, France
G. Choi, Y. Liu, Penn State, University Park, PA, USA; Cliff Lissenden, Penn State F. Inada, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo, Japan
University, University Park, PA, USA M. Pettigrew, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, Chalk River, Canada
PVP2015-45359: APPLICATION OF VISUAL BEAM ULTRASONIC PHASED SESSION 2.3B (CS-3-4)
ARRAY IN INSPECTION OF WELD IN TUBULAR NODE Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Back Bay
S. Wang, X. Tang, H. Yu, Y. Qian, Shanghai Institute of Special Equipment In- ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE ISSUESIV
spection and Technical Research, Shanghai, China; J. Cheng, Beijing Qingyun Symposium on Fatigue IssuesCo-Sponsored by Codes & Standards, De-
Aviation Instrument Co., Ltd., Beijing, China; sign & Analysis, High Pressure Technology, and Materials & Fabrication
SESSION 2.2O (MF-12-2) Technical Committees
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Cabot Developed by: G. Stevens, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville,
PIPELINE INTEGRITY2 MD, USA; H. Mehta, GE Hitachi Nuclear Engineering, San Jose,
Developed by: X.-K. Zhu, Edison Welding Institute, Columbus, OH, USA; S. Po- CA, USA; S. Mohanty, Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL,
lasik, DNV GL, Dublin, OH, USA USA
Chair: D.-Y. Park, CanMet, Calgary, AB, Canada Chair: H. Mehta, GE Hitachi Nuclear Engineering, San Jose, CA, USA
Co-Chair: X.-K. Zhu, EWI, Columbus, OH, USA Co-Chair: S. Mohanty, Argonne National Laboratory, Lemont, IL, USA
PVP2015-45195: USE OF ELASTIC FOLLOW-UP TO STUDY THE EFFECT OF PVP2015-45089: STUDY ON A NEW DESIGN FATIGUE EVALUATION
DISPLACEMENT CONTROLLED LOADING ON PLASTIC COLLAPSE PRES- METHOD
SURES FOR CIRCUMFERENTIALLY CRACKED PIPES S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe, Japan; T. Hirano, IHI, Yoko-
G. Wu, M. J. Pavier, D. J. Smith, University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom hama, Kanagawa, Japan; T. Sera, Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc., Osaka, Osaka,
PVP2015-45713: A NEW MATERIAL FAILURE CRITERION FOR NUMERICAL Japan
SIMULATION OF BURST PRESSURE OF CORROSION DEFECTS IN PVP2015-45098: RESEARCH ON HOLD TIME EFFECTS IN FATIGUE OF
PIPELINES STAINLESS STEELSIMULATION OF NORMAL OPERATION BETWEEN FA-
X.-K. Zhu, Edison Welding Institute, Columbus, OH, USA TIGUE TRANSIENTS
PVP2015-46005: LIVE REPAIR OF GAS PIPELINE WITH DEEP GIRTH J. Solin, VTT, Espoo, Finland; S. Reese, H. E. Karabaki, W. Mayinger, E. ON
WELD CRACK Kernkraft GmbH, Hanover, Germany
J. Tronskar, Det Norske Veritas Pte Ltd, Singapore, Singapore; R. Tornqvist, DNV PVP2015-45146: EDF/NRC HIGH-CYCLE FATIGUE DATABASE PROPOSAL
GL, Singapore, Singapore; O. H. Guan, Shell, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; W. Bruce, T. Metais, EDF, Villeurbanne, France; G. Stevens, R. Tregoning, U.S. Nuclear
DNV GL, Dublin, OH, USA Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA; J.-C. Le Roux, G. Blatman, EDF
PVP2015-45351: FAILURE ANALYSIS OF PIPELINE WITH POROSITY DE- R&D, Moret-Sur-Loing, France
FECTS SESSION 2.3C (DA-10-3)
Y. Li, J. Shuai, Y. Zhou, K. Xu, China University of Petroleum-Beijing, Beijing, Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, White Hill
China PANEL SESSION: DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BOLTED JOINTSINTERNA-
SESSION 2.2Q (TW-8) TIONAL LIAISON SESSION #1
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Georgian Symposium on Bolted JointsCo-Sponsored by Computer Technology and
TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 2: OVERVIEW OF ASME POST CONSTRUCTION Bolted Joints, and Design & Analysis Technical Committees
STANDARDS PCC2,3: REPAIR OF PRESSURE EQUIPMENT AND PIPING Developed by; W. Brown, Integrity Engineering Solutions, Dunsborough, WA,
PART 2 Australia
Developed by: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt Chair: W. Brown, Integrity Engineering Solutions, Dunsborough, WA,
Chair: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt Australia
Presented by: J. L. Arnold, Niantic Bay Engineering, LLC; J. Taagepera, Co-Chair: C. Rodery, BP p.l.c, League City, TX, USA
Chevron Energy Technology Co.; S. Roberts, Shell Oil Co. Panelists:
H. Lejeune, CETIM, Nantes, France
SESSION 2.2S (CT-17-2) T. Sawa, Hiroshima University, Tokyo, Japan
Tuesday, July 21, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Imperial Foyer M. Schaaf, amtec Messtechnischer Service GmbH, Lauffen, Germany
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SESSION 2.3D (CS-7-2) APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE ASSESSMENTIV
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Whittier Developed by: A.-H. I. Mourad, United Arab Emirates University, Al Ain, United
PANEL SESSION: UPCOMING CHANGES IN PCC STANDARDSI Arab Emir.; P.-S. Lam, Savannah River National Laboratory,
Developed by: J. Arnold, Niantic Bay Engineering, LLC, Niantic, CT, USA Aiken, SC, USA; Y. J. Chao, University of South Carolina, South
Chair: J. Arnold, Niantic Bay Engineering, LLC, Niantic, CT, USA Carolina, SC, USA
Co-Chair: J. Taagepera, Chevron ETC, Richmond, CA, USA Chair: Y. J. Chao, University of South Carolina, South Carolina, SC,
Panelists: USA
J. Taagepera, Chevron ETC, Richmond, CA, USA Co-Chair: H. Bouzid, cole de technologie suprieure, Montreal, QC,
J. Arnold, Niantic Bay Engineering, LLC, Niantic, CT, USA Canada
M. Edel, BakerRisk, San Antonio, TX, USA PVP2015-45149: FITNESS ANALYSIS OF DEFECTS IN LPG STORAGE TANK
Z. Chen, School of Mechanical and Power Engineering, Shanghai, China
SESSION 2.3E (CS-12-1) PVP2015-45193: IS WARM PRE-STRESSING BENEFICIAL FOR NUCLEAR
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill REACTOR PRESSURE VESSEL INTEGRITY? (Presentation Only)
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN EUROPEAN CODES AND STANDARDS D. Van Gelderen, J. D. Booker, D. J. Smith, University of Bristol, Bristol, United
Luc H. Geraets Memorial International Symposium on Structural Integrity Kingdom
Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, Codes & Standards, Computer Tech- PVP2015-45204: DUCTILE FRACTURE SIMULATION CONSIDERING STRAIN
nology and Bolted Joints, High Pressure Technology, Materials & Fabrication, RATE LOADING EFFECT
and Operations, Applications & Components Technical Committees H.-S. Nam, J. S. Kim, Y. J. Kim Korea University, Seoul, Korea, Seoul, Korea (Re-
Developed by: J. Sharples, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom; public); J.-W. Kim, Chosun University, Kwangju, Korea (Republic); C.-Y. Oh,
J. Shi, AMEC, Gloucester, United Kingdom POSCO, Incheon, Korea (Republic)
Chair: J. Shi, AMEC, Gloucester, United Kingdom PVP2015-45466: THE EFFECT OF BIAXIAL LOADING ON THE LIMIT LOAD
Co-Chair: J. Sharples, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom OF CRACKED PLATES
PVP2015-45033: RCC M CODE IN 2012 AND ADDENDA 2015 C. Meek, R. Ainsworth, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
P. Malouines, Areva, Paris La Defense, France PVP2015-45990: A PROPOSED GENERALIZED MODEL FOR FORMING LIMIT
PVP2015-45095: A RENAISSANCE IN THE USE OF THE SMALL PUNCH DIAGRAM
TESTING TECHNIQUE A. El Domiaty, Suez Canal University, Suez, Egypt; A.-H. I. Mourad, United Arab
R. Hurst, Swansea University, Swansea, United Kingdom; K. Matocha, Material Emirates University, Al Ain, United Arab Emir., H. Bouzid, cole de technologie
& Metallurgical Research Ltd, Ostrava, Czech Republic suprieure, Montreal, QC, Canada
PVP2015-45817: EUROPEAN DESIGN RULES FOR TUBESHEETS SESSION 2.3H (DA-2-3)
F. Lidonnici, S Ambrogio Servizi Indus Srl, Milano, Italy; C. Delle Site, INAIL,
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Stuart
Rome, Italy
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PIPING AND COMPONENTSIII
PVP2015-45874: UPDATE ON EUROPEAN STANDARDS AND GUIDELINES
RELATING TO INTEGRITY OF BOLTED JOINTS Developed by: K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA,
R. Noble, Asset55, Hebburn, South Tyneside, United Kingdom USA; B. Li, Amec Foster Wheeler, Toronto, ON, Canada
PVP2015-45018: CREEP CRACK GROWTH FOR A 2CR1MO AND INCONEL Chair: K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, USA
TRANSITION WELD Co-Chair: B. Li, Amec Foster Wheeler, Toronto, ON, Canada
J. Shi, AMEC, Gloucester, United Kingdom PVP2015-45543: A STUDY OF THE SURFACE PENETRATION OF HIGH
CYCLE THERMAL LOADING IN PRESSURE RETAINING COMPONENTS
SESSION 2.3F (HT-4-1) M. Jones, Rolls-Royce plc, Derby, United Kingdom; K. F. Carter, University of
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Cambridge Leicester, Leicester, United Kingdom
NDE AND FITNESS FOR SERVICE FOR HIGH PRESSURE VESSELS PVP2015-45544: COMPARISON OF PLASTIC WORK CURVATURE METHODS
Robert E. Nickell Memorial Symposium on Fitness-for-ServiceCo- FOR ASSESSING THE COLLAPSE LOAD OF A STRUCTURE
Sponsored by Materials & Fabrication, Codes & Standards, Design & Analy- C. Seal, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom; J.-J. Han, Korea
sis, and High Pressure Technology Technical Committees Institute of Nuclear Nonproliferation and Control, Daejeon, Korea (Republic); R.
Developed by: J. Keltjens, SABIC, Geleen, Netherlands Ainsworth, University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
Chair: J. Keltjens, SABIC, Geleen, Netherlands PVP2015-45548: FURTHER TESTS ON PIPE ELEMENTS IN COMMERCIAL
Co-Chair: B. Megens, SABIC, Geleen, Netherlands SOFTWARE FOR NUCLEAR POWER PIPING ANALYSIS
PVP2015-45779: LEVERAGING DESIGN OF HIGH PRESSURE HIGH TEM- L. Zeng, A. Brjesson, L. Jansson, f-Industry AB, Gteborg, Sweden;
PERATURE EQUIPMENT (Presentation Only) PVP2015-45610: DEVELOPMENT OF THE PRIMARY STRESS INDICES AND
D. Peters, Structural Integrity Associates, Edinboro, PA, USA PRIMARY PLUS SECONDARY STRESS INDICES FOR PIPE CROSS CON-
PVP2015-45691: ADVANCED NDE TECHNIQUES AND EXAMINATION RE- NECTION
SULTS FOR COMPLEX AND THICK SECTION COMPONENTS (Presentation T. Adams, J. Wen, Stevenson and Associates, Independence, OH, USA
Only) SESSION 2.3I (CS-19-1)
J. Milligan, Structural Integrity Associates, Charlotte, NC, USA; O. Malinowski,
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Berkeley
Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., State College, PA, USA
INTEGRITY OF CAST STAINLESS STEEL PIPE
PVP2015-45986: FITNESS FOR SERVICE OF LAYERED MULTIWALLED DE-
SIGN VESSELS (Presentation Only) Developed by: T. Griesbach, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA,
D. Peters, Structural Integrity Associates, Edinboro, PA, USA; J. Milligan, Struc- USA; K. Hojo, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Kobe, Japan
tural Integrity Associates, Charlotte, NC, USA Chair: T. Griesbach, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA,
PVP2015-45621: A DAMAGE ASSESSMENT OF AUTOFRETTAGED TUBES USA
EXPOSED TO DECOMPOSITIONS IN AN LDPE FACILITY Co-Chair: K. Hojo, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Kobe, Japan
J. Cochran, J. D. Dobis, T. Silfies, The Equity Engineering Group, Shaker Heights, PVP2015-45191: FURTHER VALIDATION OF THE TECHNICAL BASIS OF
OH, USA CODE CASE N-838 FOR FLAW TOLERANCE EVALUATION OF CASS PIPING
A. Alleshwaram, T. Griesbach, D. Dedhia, D. Harris, N. Cofie, Structural Integrity
SESSION 2.3G (MF-2-4) Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA, USA
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Tremont PVP2015-45325: CASS FRACTURE TESTS USING FLAT PLATE MODELS
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WITH A SURFACE FLAW PVP2015-45297: THE INFLUENCE OF CREEP STRAIN ON CRACK LENGTH
K. Hojo, W. Nishi, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Kobe, Japan; S. Hayashi, MEASUREMENTS USING THE POTENTIAL DROP METHOD
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Takasago, Japan K. Tarnowski, C. M. Davies, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom;
PVP2015-45434: EFFECT OF AGING TEMPERATURE ON FRACTURE D. W. Dean, EDF Energy, Gloucester, United Kingdom; K. Nikbin, Imperial College
TOUGHNESS OF CAST AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL London, London, United Kingdom
Y. Miura, M. Yamamoto, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry,
SESSION 2.3L (SPC-5-1)
Yokosuka, Japan
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Franklin
PVP2015-45478: EFFECTS OF PRIMARY WATER ENVIRONMENT ON THE
STUDENT PAPER COMPETITION IVPHD LEVEL
THERMAL AGED CAST AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS
Y. Fukuta, H. Kanasaki, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Takasago, Japan; T. Ya- Developed by: R. S. Hafner, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Liver-
mane, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe, Japan more, CA, USA; M. Nitzel, M.E. Nitzel Engineering Services,
PVP2015-45790: COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT THERMAL AGING MODELS Nampa, ID, USA
TO ASSESS FULLY AGED TOUGHNESS IN CAST AUSTENITIC STAINLESS Chair: S. Iyer, AECL, Mississauga, ON, Canada
STEELS Co-Chair: S. Hensel, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
M. Uddin, G. Wilkowski, R. Kurth, F. Brust, D. J. Shim, Engineering Mechanics PVP2015-45254: MODAL ANALYSIS OF A CLAMPED-FREE PLATE IN A DUCT
Corporation of Columbus, Columbus, OH, USA X. Zhao, G. Liu, Harbin Engineering University, Harbin, China
PVP2015-45934: THE EFFECTS OF SPECIMEN SIZE ON THE VERY HIGH
SESSION 2.3J (MF-17-1) CYCLE FATIGUE PROPERTIES OF FV520B-I
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Clarendon M. Zhang, W. Wang, A. Li, Shandong University, Jinan, China
PROBABILISTIC ASSESSMENT OF FAILURE PVP2015-45192: ENHANCING TRAPEZOIDAL THREADS USING A PARA-
Symposium on Probabilistic Assessments and Risk ManagementCo- METRIC NUMERICAL APPROACH
Sponsored by Codes & Standards, Materials & Fabrication, and Operations, T. Galle, W. De Waele, P. De Baets, Ghent University, Zwijnaarde, Belgium
Applications & Components Technical Committees PVP2015-45542: ORIGIN AND EFFECT OF BACK STRESS ON CYCLIC
Developed by: K. Nikbin, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom; Y. CREEP DEFORMATION OF 316H STAINLESS STEEL
Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan A. Al Mamun, R. J. Moat, P. J. Bouchard, The Open University, Milton Keynes,
Chair: K. Nikbin, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom United Kingdom
Co-Chair: Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan
SESSION 2.3M (MF-4-5)
PVP2015-45134: DEVELOPMENT OF THE EXTREMELY LOW PROBABILITY
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Newbury
OF RUPTURE (xLPR) VERSION 2.0 CODE
WELDING RESIDUAL STRESS PREDICTIONS AND MEASUREMENTSIII
D. Rudland, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Frederick, MD, USA; C. Harrington,
EPRI, Cleburne, TX, USA; R. Dingreville, Sandia National Labs, Albuquerque, Developed by: D. Rudland, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Frederick, MD,
NM, USA USA; E. Keim, AREVA, Erlangen, Germany
PVP2015-45251: FAILURE ANALYSIS ON ABNORMAL THINNING OF EL- Chair: C. Hamelin, ANSTO, NSW, Australia
BOWS IN THE ECONOMIZER AT WASTE HEAT BOILER SYSTEM Co-Chair: E. Keim, AREVA, Erlangen, Germany
S. H. Wang, X. M. Luo, Y. Q. Yang, J. Tang, Shanghai Institute of Special Equip- PVP2015-45744: NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF WELD RESIDUAL STRESS IN
ment Inspection and Technical Research, shanghai, China; Z. G. Yang, Fudan A PRESSURIZER SURGE NOZZLE FULL-SCALE MOCKUP: THE EFFECT OF
University, shanghai, China CONSTITUTIVE HARDENING MODEL AND INTERPASS TEMPERATURE
PVP2015-45908: A PROBABILISTIC LIFE ASSESSMENT METHOD FOR EN- M. Tran, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA, USA; O. Murnsky, Australian
GINEERING COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation, Lucas Heights, New South Wales,
Z. Wei, L. Luo, L. Gao, Tenneco Inc., Grass Lake, MI, USA; S. Lin, Tenneco China Australia, M. Hill, M. Olson, University of California, Davis, Davis, CA, USA
Technical Center, Shanghai, China PVP2015-45750: AN ANALYTICAL METHOD FOR ESTIMATING WELDING-IN-
PVP2015-45909: A BAYESIAN STATISTICS BASED DESIGN CURVE CON- DUCED PLASTIC ZONE SIZE FOR RESIDUAL STRESS PROFILE DEVELOP-
STRUCTION METHOD FOR TEST DATA WITH EXTREMELY SMALL SAM- MENT
PLES SIZES X. Pei, S. Song, P. Dong, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
Z. Wei, L. Luo, R. Rebandt, F. Yang, Tenneco Inc., Grass Lake, MI, USA PVP2015-45776: HIGH TEMPERATURE DEFORMATION CONSTITUTIVE LAW
FOR DISSIMILAR WELD RESIDUAL STRESS MODELING: EFFECT OF THER-
SESSION 2.3K (MF-19-1) MAL LOAD ON STRAIN HARDENING
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, St. James X. Yu, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA; P. Crooker, Electric
CREEP CRACK INITIATION AND GROWTH Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA, USA; Y. Wang, Z. Feng, Oak Ridge Na-
Developed by: C. M. Davies, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom; tional Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
R. Dennis, Frazer-Nash Consultancy, Avon, United Kingdom
SESSION 2.3N (OAC-8-1)
Chair: R. Dennis, Frazer-Nash Consultancy, Avon, United Kingdom
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Exeter
Co-Chair: S. Gould, Frazer-Nash, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, United
NUCLEAR PLANTSLICENSE RENEWAL IN USA
Kingdom
PVP2015-45354: EFFECTS OF TRACE PB ON CREEP AND FRACTURE OF Developed by: G. Bezdikian, Georges Bezdikian Consulting, Le Vesinet, France;
25Cr35Ni-Nb ALLOY G. G. Young, Entergy Services Inc., Russellville, AR, USA
T. Chen, C. Xuedong, Y. Lv, J. Ye, X. Hao, Hefei General Machinery Research In- Chair: G. Bezdikian, Georges Bezdikian Consulting, Le Vesinet, France
stitute, Hefei, Anhui, China Co-Chair: G. G. Young, Entergy Services Inc., Russellville, AR, USA
PVP2015-45380: CREEP CRACK INCUBATION IN P92 STEEL AT 650C IN THE PVP2015-45586: SUBSEQUENT LICENSE RENEWAL IN THE U.S.
PRESENCE OF STRUCTURAL ELASTIC FOLLOW-UP G. G. Young, Entergy Services Inc., Russellville, AR, USA; S. J. Remer, Nuclear
S. Khayatzadeh, D. J. Smith, D. Tanner, University of Bristol, Bristol, Avon, United Energy Institute, Washington, DC, USA
Kingdom PVP2015-45617: BUILDING THE TECHNICAL CASE FOR LONG-TERM OP-
PVP2015-45222: CREEP CRACK GROWTH TESTING UNDER SECONDARY ERATION
AND COMBINED LOADING R. Tilley, R. Dyle, EPRI, Charlotte, NC, USA
P. Kapadia, C. M. Davies, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom; D. PVP2015-45690: REVIEW OF PROGRESS AND MAJOR CHALLENGES FOR
W. Dean, EDF Energy, Gloucester, United Kingdom; K. Nikbin, Imperial College ENSURING STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF REACTOR PRESSURE VESSELS
London, London, United Kingdom FOR EXTENDED SERVICE (Presentation Only)
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R. Nanstad, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA; G. R. Odette, Space Agency, Paris, France
University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, USA; M. Sokolov, Oak Ridge National Chair: H. Goyder, Cranfield University, Shrivenham, United Kingdom
Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA; W. Server, ATI-Consulting, Black Mountain, NC, Co-Chair: C. G. Giannopapa, European Space Agency, Paris, France
USA; T. Yamamoto, P. Wells, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Bar- Panelists:
bara, CA, USA M. Hassan, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
PVP2015-45836: ANALYSIS OF CIRCUMFERENTIAL WELDS IN BWRS FOR J. Antunes, Centro de Cincias e Tecnologias Nucleares, Lisboa, Portugal
LIFE BEYOND 60 S. Benhamadouche, Electricit de France, Chatou, France
P. Purtscher, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA; T. Dickson, Y. W. Kwon, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, CA, USA
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA; S. Sheng, Nuclear Regu- S. Kaneko, Tokyo University, Tokyo, Japan
latory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA D. Weaver, Mc Master University, Hamilton, Canada
F. Inada, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo, Japan
SESSION 2.3O (SE-4-1)
H. Goyder, Hugh, Cranfield University, Cranfield, United Kingdom
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Cabot
DAMPING AND VIBRATION CONTROL-1PASSIVE CONTROL SESSION 2.4B (CS-3-5)
Developed by: T. Ito, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture, Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Back Bay
Japan; F. Paolacci, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy; K. Mina- ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE ISSUESV
gawa, Saitama Institute of Technology, Saitama, Japan Symposium on Fatigue IssuesCo-Sponsored by Codes & Standards, De-
Chair: K. Minagawa, Saitama Institute of Technology, Saitama, Japan sign & Analysis, High Pressure Technology, and Materials & Fabrication
Co-Chair: K. Aida, Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems, Ltd., Kure-shi, Hi- Technical Committees
roshima-ken, Japan Developed by: G. Stevens, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville,
PVP2015-45340: OPTIMAL PASSIVE CONTROL OF ADJACENT STRUC- MD, USA; S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe,
TURES USING VISCOUS DEVICES Japan; H. Mehta, GE Hitachi Nuclear Engineering, San Jose,
F. Paolacci, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy; E. Uckan, Bogazici University CA, USA
Kandilli Observatory, Istanbul, Turkey Chair: S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe, Japan
PVP2015-45419: BASIC STUDY ON DYNAMIC RELIABILITY OF MACHINERY Co-Chair: H. Mehta, GE Hitachi Nuclear Engineering, San Jose, CA, USA
AND PIPING SYSTEM SUPPORTED BY ELASTO-PLASTIC SUPPORTS WITH PVP2015-45458: EVALUATION OF CRACK GROWTH OF NI-BASE ALLOYS
GAPS UNDER LONG TERM CYCLIC LOADING IN BWR ENVIRONMENT
A. Shintani, K. Tsujita, T. Ito, C. Nakagawa, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai M. Itatani, T. Ogawa, Toshiba Corporation, Yokohama, Japan
City, Osaka, Japan PVP2015-45587: TEMPERATURE AND RISE TIME INPUTS TO FATIGUE
PVP2015-45656: EARTHQUAKE PROTECTION OF LIQUID STORAGE TANKS CRACK GROWTH CALCULATIONS FOR AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS
BY SLIDING ISOLATION BEARINGS IN A PRESSURISED WATER REACTOR ENVIRONMENT
E. Uckan, Bogazici University Kandilli Observatory, Istanbul, Turkey; B. Akbas, J. Emslie, C. Watson, C. Gill, K. Wright, Rolls-Royce, Derby, United Kingdom
Gezbe Institute of Technology, Kocaeli, Turkey; F. Paolacci, Roma Tre University, PVP2015-45844: STUDY OF FATIGUE INITIATION OF AUSTENITIC STAIN-
Rome, Italy; J. Shen, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA; E. Abali, Yapi Merkezi LESS STEEL IN A HIGH TEMPERATURE WATER ENVIRONMENT AND IN AIR
Insaat ve Sanayi A.S. ve SK Engineering & Construction Co. Ltd., Istanbul, Turkey USING BLUNT NOTCH CT SPECIMENS
PVP2015-45978: INSTANTANEOUS PHASE DETECTION FOR PERFORM- N. Platts, D. Tice, J. Nicholls, Amec Foster Wheeler, Warrington, Cheshire, United
ANCE VERIFICATION OF TUNED MASS DAMPERS Kingdom
G.-L. Lin, C. Lin, National Chung Hsing University, Taichang, Taiwan PVP2015-45848: A BAYESIAN-PROBABILISTIC FRAMEWORK FOR REAL-
PVP2015-45112: EFFECTS OF SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION ON THE TIME FATIGUE USAGE FACTOR MONITORING OF NUCLEAR REACTOR
RESPONSE OF A STRUCTURE WITH TUNED MASS DAMPERS COMPONENTS
C.-S. Tsai, H.-C. Chen, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan S. Mohanty, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA; W. Iverson, Univer-
sity of Illinois, at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, IL, USA; S. Majumdar, K. Nate-
SESSION 2.3Q (TW-5)
san, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Georgian
TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 3: ASSESSMENT/DESIGN OF PETROCHEMICAL SESSION 2.4C (DA-10-4)
PIPING SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS LOCATED IN EARTHQUAKE-PRONE Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, White Hill
ZONESPART 1 PANEL SESSION: DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF BOLTED JOINTSINTERNA-
Developed by: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt TIONAL LIAISON SESSION #2
Presented by: O. S. Bursi, University of Trento, Italy; F. Paolacci, University of Symposium on Bolted JointsCo-Sponsored by Computer Technology and
Rome, Italy Bolted Joints, and Design & Analysis Technical Committees
Developed by: W. Brown, Integrity Engineering Solutions, Dunsborough, WA,
SESSION 2.3S (CT-17-3)
Australia
Tuesday, July 21, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Imperial Foyer
Chair: W. Brown, Integrity Engineering Solutions, Dunsborough, WA,
SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATION FORUMIII
Australia
Developed by: J. Cory, Jr, Siemens PLM Software, Milford, OH, USA Co-Chair: C. Rodery, BP p.l.c, League City, TX, USA
Panelists:
No text J. Veiga, Teadit Industria e Comercio Ltda, Rio De Janeiro/RJ, Brazil
Block 2.4: Tuesday, July 21 (4:00 pm 5:45 pm) R. Noble, Asset55, Hebburn, South Tyneside, United Kingdom
No text SESSION 2.4D (CS-7-3)
SESSION 2.4A (FSI-8-4) Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Whittier
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Arlington PANEL SESSION: UPCOMING CHANGES IN PCC STANDARDSII
PANEL SESSION: SYMPOSIUM OF IAEA ACTIVITIES ON FLUID STRUC- Developed by: J. Arnold, Niantic Bay Engineering, LLC, Niantic, CT, USA
TURAL INTERACTION FOR NUCLEAR COMPONENTSFLUID STRUCTURE Chair: J. Arnold, Niantic Bay Engineering, LLC, Niantic, CT, USA
INTERACTION ANALYTICAL AND COMPUTATIONAL METHODS Co-Chair: C. Rodery, BP p.l.c, League City, TX, USA
Developed by: M. Kim, IAEA, Vienna, Austria; C. G. Giannopapa, European Panelists:
J. Arnold, Niantic Bay Engineering, LLC, Niantic, CT, USA
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M. Edel, BakerRisk, San Antonio, TX, USA APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE ASSESSMENTV
C. Rodery, BP p.l.c, League City, TX, USA Developed by: G. H. B. Donato, FEI University, So Bernardo do Campo - SP,
SESSION 2.4E (CT-15-1) So Paulo, Brazil
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill Chair: G. H. B. Donato, FEI University, So Bernardo do Campo - SP,
COMPUTATIONAL TOPICS IN LIMIT ANALYSIS, ELASTIC-PLASTIC ANALY- So Paulo, Brazil
SIS AND CREEP Co-Chair: A. de Jesus, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal
Luc H. Geraets Memorial International Symposium on Structural Integrity PVP2015-45943: STRESS INTENSITY FACTORS OF A THREE-POINT-BEND
Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, Codes & Standards, Computer Tech- SPECIMEN UNDER DYNAMIC LOADING
nology and Bolted Joints, High Pressure Technology, Materials & Fabrication, Y. J. Chao, University of South Carolina, South Carolina, SC, USA; P.-S. Lam,
and Operations, Applications & Components Technical Committees Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
PVP2015-45618: FORMULAE FOR PLASTIC ETA FACTORS ACCOUNTING
Developed by: R. Adibi-Asl, AMEC NSS, Toronto, ON, Canada; W. Reinhardt,
FOR STRAIN HARDENING IN SEB AND SET SPECIMENS
Candu Energy Inc., Mississauga, ON, Canada
P. Gilles, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, France; G. Zhang, X. Wang, Ecole Nationale
Chair: J. Rudolph, AREVA Gmbh, Erlangen, Germany
des Ponts et Chaussees, Champs-sur-Marne, France
Co-Chair: R. Adibi-Asl, AMEC NSS, Toronto, ON, Canada
PVP2015-45712: DETERMINATION OF PATH-INDEPENDENT J-INTEGRAL
PVP2015-45066: LOWER BOUND LIMIT LOADS USING THE REFERENCE
FOR CRACKS IN RESIDUAL STRESS FIELD USING FINITE ELEMENT
TWO-BAR STRUCTURE: AN IMPROVED ESTIMATE BEYOND MURAS
METHOD
LOWER BOUND
X.-K. Zhu, Edison Welding Institute, Columbus, OH, USA
S. Mahmood, Babcock and Wilcox Canada, Cambridge, ON, Canada; R. Adibi-
PVP2015-45480: SENT STABLE TEARING CRACK PATH DEVIATION AND
Asl, AMEC NSS, Toronto, ON, Canada; C. Daley, R. Seshadri, Memorial University
ITS INFLUENCE ON J
of Newfoundland, St. Johns, NL, Canada
E. Hutchison, P. L. Moore, TWI, Cambridge, United Kingdom; W. P. Bath, NSIRC,
PVP2015-45693: 3-DIMENSIONAL FINITE ELEMENT T-STRESS CALCULA-
Cambridge, United Kingdom
TION FOR REACTOR PRESSURE VESSEL NOZZLE BLEND RADIUS SEMI-
ELLIPTICAL SURFACE CRACKS SESSION 2.4H (DA-2-4)
M. Qin, Structural Integrity Associates, Centennial, CO, USA; S. Tang, F. Ku, Struc- Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Stuart
tural Integrity Associates, San Jose, CA, USA; D. Sommerville, Structural Integrity DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PIPING AND COMPONENTSIV
Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA, USA; H. Gustin, Structural Integrity Associates, Developed by: C. Basavaraju, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, North Potomac,
Centennial, CO, USA MD, USA; B. Li, Amec Foster Wheeler, Toronto, ON, Canada
PVP2015-45797: TECHNICAL BASIS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF HIGH EN- Chair: C. Basavaraju, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, North Potomac,
ERGY PIPING WITH LOWER THAN CODE SPECIFIED DESIGN MINIMUM MD, USA
THICKNESS Co-Chair: B. Li, Amec Foster Wheeler, Toronto, ON, Canada
X. Duan, Candu Energy, Mississauga, ON, Canada PVP2015-45796: STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY ANALYSIS OF A IN-SERVICE
PVP2015-45887: THE EFFECT OF TORSION ON MOMENT CAPACITY IN PIP- WELDING PROCEDURE USED IN THE STRUCTURAL REPAIR OF A GAS
ING BENDS PIPELINE BY FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
B. A. Borujemi, A. Asadkarami, W. Reinhardt, Candu Energy Inc., Mississauga, H. C. Sanzi, G. F. Elvira, Universidad Tecnolgica Nacional, Buenos Aires, Ar-
ON, Canada gentina
SESSION 2.4F (DA-8-3) PVP2015-45566: FULL-SCALE TESTING AND ASSESSMENT OF ACOUSTI-
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Cambridge CALLY-INDUCED VIBRATION MITIGATION STRATEGIES AND NOISE
FITNESS FOR SERVICE EVALUATIONSIII SOURCES
Robert E. Nickell Memorial Symposium on Fitness-for-ServiceCo- N. Evans, T. C. Allison, N. Poerner, Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio,
Sponsored by Materials & Fabrication, Codes & Standards, Design & Analy- TX, USA
sis, and High Pressure Technology Technical Committees PVP2015-45799: ACOUSTIC VIBRATION INDUCED FATIGUE IN PIPE JUNC-
TIONS
Developed by: K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA,
A. Prakash, Bechtel Corporation, San Francisco, CA, USA; P. Diwakar, D. Lin, P.
USA; T. Seipp, Becht Engineering Canada, Ltd., Calgary, AB,
Deane, Y. Liu, Bechtel Corporation, Houston, TX, USA
Canada
Chair: K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, USA SESSION 2.4I (CS-25-1)
Co-Chair: T. Seipp, Becht Engineering Canada, Ltd., Calgary, AB, Canada Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Berkeley
PVP2015-45190: FITNESS FOR SERVICE EVALUATION OF A BULGING INTEGRITY OF REACTOR PRESSURE VESSELS AND INTERNALS FOR
COKE DRUM CODE
E. Araque, G. Vivas, A. Moret, R. Bello, PDVSA, Los Teques, Venezuela Developed by: K. Hojo, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Kobe, Japan; M. Kirk,
PVP2015-45260: MATERIAL TEST AND ANALYSIS FOR PRESSURE VESSEL Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA
RUPTURE STUDY UNDER FIRE IN PLANT Chair: K. Hojo, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd, Kobe, Japan
Y. Waki, Y. Itoh, Chiyoda Corp., Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan; K. Kasuya, JFE Co-Chair: M. Kirk, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA
Techno-Research Corp., Kawasaki City, Kanagawa, Japan PVP2015-45065: PROBABILISTIC FRACTURE MECHANICS EVALUATIONS
PVP2015-45764: THE RESEARCH OF TANK BOTTOM STRUCTURE FAILURE THAT CONSIDER NOZZLES IN THE EXTENDED BELTLINE REGION OF RE-
BASED ON NUMERICAL SIMULATION ACTOR PRESSURE VESSELS
M. Zheng, M. Wang, Y. Xu, Zhejiang Provincial Special Equipment Inspection and G. Stevens, M. Kirk, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA;
Research Institute, Hangzhou, China; J. Xu, Zhejiang Safety Special Equipment T. Dickson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
Inspection & Testing Co., Ltd., Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China; W. Guo, Zhejiang PVP2015-45307: OPTIONS FOR DEFINING THE UPPER SHELF TRANSITION
Provincial Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute, Hangzhou, China TEMPERATURE (TC) FOR FERRITIC PRESSURE VESSEL STEELS
PVP2015-45965: ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF ASME B31.3 2012 FATIGUE M. Kirk, G. Stevens, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA;
RULE CHANGES ON HIGH STRENGTH PIPING M. A. Erickson, Phoenix Engineering Associates, Inc., New Market, MD, USA; W.
W. Brown, Integrity Engineering Solutions, Dunsborough, WA, Australia Server, ATI Consulting, Black Mountain, NC, USA; H. Gustin, Structural Integrity
Associates, Centennial, CO, USA
SESSION 2.4G (MF-2-5)
PVP2015-45850: ASSESSMENT OF THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Tremont
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FERRITIC STEEL FRACTURE TOUGHNESS ON OR NEAR THE LOWER Y. Takahashi, S. Nishinoiri, M. Yaguchi, Central Research Institute of Electric
SHELF Power Industry, Yokosuka, Japan
M. Kirk, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA; M. A. Erickson, PVP2015-45108: MODELING THE CREEP OF HASTELLOY X USING THE
Phoenix Engineering Associates, Inc., New Market, MD, USA MILLER AND WALKER UNIFIED VISCOPLASTIC CONSTITUTIVE MODELS
PVP2015-45915: DEVELOPMENT OF PROBABILISTIC EVALUATION MOD- L. A. Varela J., C. M. Stewart, The University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso, TX,
ELS OF FRACTURE TOUGHNESS KIC AND KIA FOR JAPANESE RPV USA; A. P. Gordon, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL, USA
STEELS PVP2015-45423: INNER PRESSURE/BENDING CREEP TEST ON CIRCUM-
J. Katsuyama, G. Katsumata, K. Onizawa, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Tokai- FERENTIALLY WELDED LARGE DIAMETER PIPE OF GRADE 122 STEEL:
mura, Ibaraki-ken, Japan; K. Osakabe, Mizuho Information Research Institute, EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE AND RESULTS
Inc., Chiyoda-Ku, Tokyo, Japan; K. Yoshimoto, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., S. Nishinoiri, L. Shan, Y. Takahashi, M. Yaguchi, Central Research Institute of
Takasago, Hyogo, Japan Electric Power Industry, Yokosuka, Japan
PVP2015-45382: OPTIMIZATION CALCULATION METHOD OF WALL THICK-
SESSION 2.4L (MF-9-1)
NESS FOR LARGE OIL STORAGE TANK MADE OF HIGH STRENGTH STEEL
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Franklin
H. Fan, Z. Chen, F. Wan, Zhejian University, Hangzhou, China
DEVELOPMENT OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTORS
SESSION 2.4J (CS-4-1) Co-Sponsored by Materials & Fabrication and Codes & Standards Technical
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Clarendon Committees
INTERACTION AND FLAW MODELLING FOR MULTIPLE FLAWS1 Developed by: D. J. Shim, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus,
Co-Sponsored by Codes & Standards and Materials & Fabrication Technical Columbus, OH, USA; Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki,
Committees Japan
Developed by: F. Iwamatsu, Hitachi, Ltd., Ibaraki, Japan; J. Sharples, AMEC Chair: Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan
Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom; B. Bezensek, Shell Co-Chair: D. J. Shim, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus,
UK Limited, Laurencekirk, United Kingdom Columbus, OH, USA
Chair: J. Sharples, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom PVP2015-45457: ESTIMATION OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR FOR CIR-
Co-Chair: F. Iwamatsu, Hitachi, Ltd., Ibaraki, Japan CUMFERENTIAL THROUGH-WALL CRACKED ELBOWS SUBJECTED TO IN-
PVP2015-45901: FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH CALCULATIONS FOR VESSEL PLANE BENDING
CONSIDERING SUBSURFACE TO SURFACE FLAW PROXIMITY RULES H. B. Surh, J. W. Kim, Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon, Korea
V. Lacroix, Tractebel Engineering, Brussels, Belgium; K. Hasegawa, Consultant, (Republic); M. K. Kim, M. G. Won, M. K. Kim, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon,
Hitachi Naka-shi, Japan; Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan Korea (Republic);
PVP2015-45946: RE-CHARACTERIZATION OF SUBSURFACE FLAW TO SUR- PVP2015-45086: EFFECT OF CLADDING RESIDUAL STRESS MODELING
FACE FLAW BASED ON EQUIVALENT FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH RATES TECHNIQUE ON SHALLOW FLAW STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR IN A REAC-
K. Hasegawa, Consultant, Hitachi Naka-shi, Japan; Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy TOR PRESSURE VESSEL
Agency, Ibaraki, Japan; V. Lacroix, Tractebel Engineering, Brussels, Belgium; B. J. Kusnick, M. Kirk, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA;
Strnadel, VSB-Technical University of Ostrava, Ostrava-Poruba, Czech Republic B. R. Bass, P. Williams, T. Dickson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge,
PVP2015-45210: MULTIPLE INNER CRACK GROWTH SIMULATION USING TN, USA
S-VERSION FEM PVP2015-45032: APPLICATION OF EXTENDED FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
M. Kikuchi, R. Serizawa, Tokyo University of Science, Noda, Chiba, Japan; Y. Li, (XFEM) TO STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR CALCULATIONS
Northwestern Polytechnical University, Xian, Shaanxi, China D. J. Shim, M. Uddin, S. Kalyanam, F. Brust, Engineering Mechanics Corporation
PVP2015-45792: ALTERNATIVE CHARACTERIZATION RULES FOR QUASI- of Columbus, Columbus, OH, USA; B. Young, Battelle Memorial Institute, Colum-
LAMINAR FLAWS BASED ON 3D X-FEM CALCULATIONS bus, OH, USA
V. Lacroix, P. Dulieu, A.-S. Bogaert, Tractebel Engineering, Brussels, Belgium PVP2015-45462: STRESS INTENSITY FACTORS FOR COMPLEX-CRACKED
PVP2015-45451: COALESCENCE PRESSURE EVALUATION OF MULTIPLE PIPES BASED ON ELASTIC FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSES
THROUGH-WALL CRACKS IN STEAM GENERATOR TUBE USING ELASTIC- J.-U. Jeong, J.-B. Choi, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Korea (Republic); N.-
PLASTIC FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSES S. Huh, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea, Korea (Re-
J. W. Hong, J.-B. Choi, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Korea (Republic); N.- public); Y. J. Kim, Korea University, Seoul, Korea (Republic)
S. Huh, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Korea, Korea (Re-
SESSION 2.4M (HT-3-2)
public)
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Newbury
SESSION 2.4K (MF-19-2) PANEL SESSION: BEST PRACTICES FOR SAFETY AND RELIABILITY OF
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, St. James HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSION EQUIPMENT
CREEP DEFORMATION AND FAILURE ANALYSES Developed by: E. Giacomelli, Dott.Ing.Mario Cozzani Srl, La Spezia, La Spezia,
Developed by: C. M. Davies, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom; Italy
R. Dennis, Frazer-Nash Consultancy, Avon, United Kingdom Chair: E. Giacomelli, Dott.Ing.Mario Cozzani Srl, La Spezia, La Spezia,
Chair: C. M. Davies, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom Italy
Co-Chair: H. Qian, Alstom Power, Avon, CT, USA Co-Chair: C. Maggi, GE Oil&Gas, Florence, Italy
PVP2015-45252: SIMULATION OF CREEP DEFORMATION AND RUPTURE Panelists:
OF NOTCHED BAR SPECIMENS OF GRADE 92 STEEL A. Fusi, CST Compression Service Technology Srl, Florence, FI, Italy
H. Shigeyama, Y. Takahashi, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, E. Miller, DuPont, Orange, TX, USA
Yokosuka, Japan; J. Parker, Electric Power Research Institute, Charlotte, NC, M. Pieraccini, Nuovo Pignone, Firenze, Italy
USA E. Giacomelli, Dott.Ing.Mario Cozzani Srl, La Spezia, La Spezia, Italy
PVP2015-45823: PREDICTING THE CREEP RUPTURE BEHAVIOR OF
SESSION 2.4N (OAC-8-2)
AUSTENITIC STEEL USING FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Exeter
C. J. Hamelin, W. Payten, Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisa-
NUCLEAR PLANTS AGEING AND LIFE MANAGEMENT IN USA AND EUROPE
tion, Lucas Heights, New South Wales, Australia
PVP2015-45384: INNER PRESSURE/BENDING CREEP TEST ON CIRCUM- Developed by: G. Bezdikian, Georges Bezdikian Consulting, Le Vesinet, France;
FERENTIALLY WELDED LARGE DIAMETER PIPE OF GRADE 122 STEEL: G. G. Young, Entergy Services Inc., Russellville, AR, USA
FAILURE LIFE PREDICTION Chair: G. G. Young, Entergy Services Inc., Russellville, AR, USA
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Co-Chair: P. Purtscher, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, ROCKVILLE, MD,
USA WEDNESDAY, JULY 22
PVP2015-45188: QUALIFICATION, CONDITION MONITORING, AND MAN-
AGEMENT OF LOW VOLTAGE CABLES IN NUCLEAR POWER PLANT No text
K. Kang, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria Block 3.1: Wednesday, July 22 (8:30 am 10:15 am)
PVP2015-45231: INTEGRITY AND LIFE ASSESSMENT OF CAST DUPLEX No text
STAINLESS STEEL ELBOWS OF EDF PWR MAIN COOLANT PIPING SESSION 3.1A (DA-3-1)
P. Le Delliou, S. Saillet, EDF/R&D, Moret-sur-Loing, France
Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Arlington
PVP2015-45237: MACHINING TEST SPECIMENS FROM HARVESTED ZION
FATIGUE BEHAVIOUR CHARACTERISATION
RPV SEGMENTS
Symposium on Fatigue IssuesCo-Sponsored by Codes & Standards, De-
T. Rosseel, M. Sokolov, R. Nanstad, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge,
sign & Analysis, High Pressure Technology, and Materials & Fabrication
TN, USA
Technical Committees
PVP2015-45783: THERMAL ANNEALING OF REACTOR PRESSURE VES-
SELS Developed by: P. Gilles, S. Courtin, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, France
M. Sokolov, W. Server, ATI-Consulting, Black Mountain, NC, USA; R. Nanstad, Chair: J. Rudolph, AREVA Gmbh, Erlangen, Germany
Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA Co-Chair: S. Cicero, University of Cantabria, Santander, Spain
PVP2015-45174: EFFECT OF THERMAL CUTTING METHODS ON THE FA-
SESSION 2.4O (SE-4-2) TIGUE LIFE OF HIGH STRENGTH STRUCTURAL STEEL S690Q
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Cabot T. Garcia Peman, S. Cicero, J. A. lvarez, I. Carrascal, University of Cantabria,
DAMPING AND VIBRATION CONTROL2PASSIVE AND SA CONTROL Santander, Spain; A. M. Meizoso, Centro de Estudios e Investigaciones Tcnicas
Developed by: K. Minagawa, Saitama Institute of Technology, Saitama, Japan; de Guipzcoa, San Sebastian, Pas Vasco, Spain
T. Ito, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture, PVP2015-45293: EQUI-BIAXIAL LOADING EFFECT ON AUSTENITIC STAIN-
Japan; F. Paolacci, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy LESS STEEL FATIGUE LIFE
Chair: K. Minagawa, Saitama Institute of Technology, Saitama, Japan C. Gourdin, S. Bradai, CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France; S. Courtin, AREVA NP
Co-Chair: F. Paolacci, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy SAS, Paris La Dfense, France; J.-C. Le Roux, EDF R&D, Moret Sur Loing,
PVP2015-45101: SEMI-ACTIVE CONTROL OF STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS WITH France; C. Gardin, ENSMA, Futuroscope-Chasseneuil, France
AN OUTPUT EMULATION METHOD BASED ON A QUADRATIC ERROR PVP2015-45572: HIGH TEMPERATURE FATIGUE OF WELDED JOINTSEX-
FUNCTION PERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION AND LOCAL ANALYSIS OF BUTT WELDED
K. Hiramoto, Niigata University, Niigata City, Niigata Prefecture, Japan; T. Mat- FLAT AND CRUCIFORM SPECIMENS
suoka, Meiji University, Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan; K. Sunakoda, Akita Univer- K. Langschwager, Technische Universitt Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany; J.
sity, Saitama, Japan Rudolph, AREVA Gmbh, Erlangen, Germany; A. Scholz, M. Oechsner, Technische
PVP2015-45264: EFFECTS OF CONNECTING DAMPER ON ROCKING MO- Universitt Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany
TION OF MULTIPLE CABINETS SUBJECTED TO SEISMIC EXCITATION PVP2015-45599: HIGH TEMPERATURE LOW CYCLE FATIGUE CHARACTER-
T. Ito, T. Kihara, A. Shintani, C. Nakagawa, Osaka Prefecture University, Sakai, ISATION OF MarBN AT 600 C
Osaka, Japan R. A. Barrett, E. OHara, P. Odonoghue, S. Leen, National University of Ireland,
PVP2015-45463: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON BASIC CHARACTERISTICS Galway, Ireland
OF A MAGNETO-RHEOLOGICAL GREASE DAMPER SESSION 3.1B (SE-8-1)
Y. Sato, H. Sodeyama, Sanwa Tekki Corporation, Tochigi, Japan; S. Morishita,
Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Back Bay
Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan; M. Hayama, Kyodo Yushi Co.,
SEISMIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF PIPING SYSTEMSI
Ltd., Kanagawa, Japan
PVP2015-45830: A PIEZOELECTRIC ENERGY HARVESTING DAMPER FOR Developed by: G. Slagis, G C Slagis Associates, Roseville, CA, USA
LOW-FREQUENCY APPLICATION Chair: G. Slagis, G C Slagis Associates, Roseville, CA, USA
A. Masuda, Y. Hiraki, N. Ikeda, A. Sone, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Kyoto, Co-Chair: T. Hassan, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA
Japan PVP2015-45287: STUDY ON DYNAMIC ALTERNATING LOAD ON PIPING
PVP2015-45110: BUCKLING RESTRAINED BRACE WITH INSPECTION WIN- SEISMIC RESPONSE
DOWS S. Kai, A. Otani, IHI Corporation, Yokohama, Japan
C.-S. Tsai, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan; B. Q. Liu, Y. Liu, Changan PVP2015-45711: EXCITATION TESTS ON ELBOW PIPE SPECIMENS TO IN-
University, Xian, China VESTIGATE FAILURE BEHAVIOR UNDER EXCESSIVE SEISMIC LOADS
I. Nakamura, National Research Institute, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan; N. Kasahara,
SESSION 2.4Q (TW-9) University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Georgian PVP2015-45688: LONG AND SHORT RADIUS ELBOWS EXPERIMENTS AND
TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 3: ASSESSMENT/DESIGN OF PETROCHEMICAL CONSTITUTIVE MODELING TO SIMULATE THE RESPONSES
PIPING SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS LOCATED IN EARTHQUAKE-PRONE N. Islam, M. Fenton, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA; T. Has-
ZONES PART 2 san, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA
Developed by: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt SESSION 3.1C (CS-9-1)
Presented by: O. S. Bursi, University of Trento, Italy; F. Paolacci, University of
Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, White Hill
Rome, Italy
ASME SECTION XI CODE ACTIVITIES: PART 1
SESSION 2.4S (CT-17-4) Developed by: R. Crane, ASME, New York, NY, USA; R. Cipolla, Intertek AIM,
Tuesday, July 21, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Imperial Foyer Sunnyvale, CA, USA
SOFTWARE DEMONSTRATION FORUMIV Chair: R. Cipolla, Intertek AIM, Sunnyvale, CA, USA
Developed by: J. Cory, Jr, Siemens PLM Software, Milford, OH, USA Co-Chair: R. Crane, ASME, New York, NY, USA
PVP2015-46009: UPDATE ON STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR INFLUENCE CO-
EFFICIENTS FOR AXIAL ID SURFACE FLAWS IN CYLINDERS FOR APPEN-
DIX A OF ASME SECTION XI
S. Xu, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada; D. Lee, Babcock & Wilcox, Barberton,
OH, USA; D. Scarth, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada; R. Cipolla, Intertek
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AIM, Sunnyvale, CA, USA SESSION 3.1F (CS-6-1)
PVP2015-45838: COMPUTATIONAL ASPECT OF NONLINEAR FRACTURE Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Cambridge
MECHANICS APPLICATION API 579/ASME CODE FITNESS-FOR-SERVICE ACTIVITIESI
I. Orynyak, Ipp-Centre, Kiev, Ukraine; A. Oryniak, Kiev Potechnical Institute, Kiev, Robert E. Nickell Memorial Symposium on Fitness-for-ServiceCo-
Ukraine Sponsored by Materials & Fabrication, Codes & Standards, Design & Analy-
PVP2015-45616: INVESTIGATION OF ASME CODE CASE N-513 SQUARE sis, and High Pressure Technology Technical Committees
ROOT RT LIMIT ON EVALUATION OF BUTT WELDED ELBOWS AS
Developed by: P. Prueter, The Equity Engineering Group, Inc., Shaker Heights,
STRAIGHT PIPE
OH, USA
B. Dawson, E. Houston, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., Centennial, CO, USA
Chair: P. Prueter, The Equity Engineering Group, Inc., Shaker Heights,
PVP2015-45885: TECHNICAL BASIS FOR EXTENSION OF SECTION XI AP-
OH, USA
PENDIX C PIPE FLAW EVALUATION PROCEDURES TO PIPE DIAMETERS
Co-Chair: W. Li, Intertek, Houston, TX, USA
LESS THAN NPS 4
PVP2015-45236: COMPARISON OF THE STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR IN-
R. Cipolla, Intertek AIM, Sunnyvale, CA, USA; K. Miyazaki, Hitachi Ltd, Ibaraki-
FLUENCE COEFFICIENTS FOR AXIAL ID SURFACE FLAWS IN CYLINDERS
ken, Japan; K. Hasegawa, Consultant, Hitachi Naka-shi, Japan
OF RSE-M CODE AND API 579 -1
SESSION 3.1D (FSI-3-2) P. Le Delliou, EDF/R&D, Moret-sur-Loing, France; S. Chapuliot, AREVA, Paris,
Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Whittier France
TUBE BUNDLESII PVP2015-45757: COMPARISON OF METHODS FOR EVALUATION OF CRACK
Developed by: N. Mureithi, Ecole Polytechnique De Montreal, Montreal, QC, GROWTH AT WELDS IN OFFSHORE RISERS
Canada F. Yin, M. Cerkovnik, W. Akhtar, T. Yang, 2H Offshore Inc., Houston, TX, USA
Chair: N. Mureithi, Ecole Polytechnique De Montreal, Montreal, QC, PVP2015-45832: DEVELOPMENT OF FITNESS-FOR-SERVICE STANDARD
Canada FOR PRESSURE EQUIPMENT WITH METAL LOSS BASED ON RELIABILITY
Co-Chair: S. Etienne, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Montral, QC, T. Kaida, Sumitomo Chemical Co., Ltd., Ehime, Japan; S. Sakai, University of
Canada Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
PVP2015-45091: INVESTIGATION OF IN-FLOW FLUIDELASTIC INSTABILITY PVP2015-45842: BUCKLING STRENGTH OF TOWERS HAVING PARTIAL
OF SQUARE TUBE ARRAYS SUBJECTED TO AIR CROSS FLOW METAL LOSS ON SHELL UNDER OVERTURNING MOMENT
T. Nakamura, S. Hagiwara, J. Yamada, K. Usuki, Osaka Sangyo University, Daito, M. Ozaki, Ozaki Design Consulting, Niihama, Ehime, Japan; A. Yamaguchi, Na-
Osaka, Japan tional Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, Tokyo, Japan; T. Kaida, Sum-
PVP2015-45428: MODELLING OF STREAMWISE AND TRANSVERSE FLU- itomo Chemical Co., Ltd., Ehime, Japan; S. Nagata, Toyo Engineering
IDELASTIC INSTABILITY IN TUBE ARRAYS Corporation, Chiba, Japan
M. Hassan, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada; D. S. Weaver, McMaster PVP2015-45658: STUDY ON LTA MEASUREMENT FOR FFS ASSESSMENT
University, Hamilton, ON, Canada T. Tahara, Seikowave K.K., Saitama Pref, Japan; T. Kaida, Sumitomo Chemical
PVP2015-45481: STREAMWISE FLUIDELASTIC INSTABILITY IN A DE- Co., Ltd., Ehime, Japan; M. Niimura, Seikowave K.K., Tokyo, Japan; S. Sakai,
FORMED ROTATED TRIANGULAR TUBE ARRAY WITH PITCH-TO-DIAMETER University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
RATIO OF 1.375 SESSION 3.1G (MF-3-1)
D. Keogh, C. Meskell, Trinity College Dublin, Glasnevin, Ireland Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Tremont
SESSION 3.1E (MF-2-2) MATERIALS SELECTION FOR PIPING AND COMPONENTS IN HYDROGEN
Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill INFRASTRUCTURE
APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE ASSESSMENTII Developed by: C. San Marchi, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA,
Luc H. Geraets Memorial International Symposium on Structural Integrity USA
Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, Codes & Standards, Computer Tech- Chair: C. San Marchi, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA,
nology and Bolted Joints, High Pressure Technology, Materials & Fabrication, USA
and Operations, Applications & Components Technical Committees Co-Chair: B. An, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Tech-
Developed by: J. Wang, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA; nology, Tsukuba, Japan; Japan
P.-S. Lam, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA PVP2015-45421: FATIGUE LIFE OF AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL IN HY-
Chair: P.-S. Lam, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA DROGEN ENVIRONMENTS
Co-Chair: A. Duncan, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA C. San Marchi, J. A. Zimmerman, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA,
PVP2015-45437: APPLICABILITY OF NET SECTION COLLAPSE LOAD AP- USA; X. Tang, Swagelok Co., Solon, OH, USA; S. J. Kernion, Carpenter Technol-
PROACH TO MAXIMUM LOAD PREDICTIONS OF MULTIPLE CIRCUMFER- ogy, Reading, PA, USA; K. Thuermer, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore,
ENTIAL CRACKED PIPES: NUMERICAL STUDY CA, USA
M. W. Lee, S. J. Kim, S. Lee, J. Y. Jeon, Y. J. Kim, Korea University, Seoul, Korea PVP2015-45432: FRACTURE THRESHOLD MEASUREMENTS OF HYDRO-
(Republic) GEN PRECHARGED STAINLESS STEEL WELD FUSION ZONES AND HEAT
PVP2015-45274: CALCULATION OF KJ UNDER SECONDARY LOADS IN ISO- AFFECTED ZONES
LATION FOR R6 J. Ronevich, B. Somerday, C. San Marchi, D. K. Balch, Sandia National Labora-
P. James, AMEC, Warrington, United Kingdom tories, Livermore, CA, USA
PVP2015-45763: DEVELOPMENT OF J-INTEGRAL SOLUTIONS FOR SEMI- PVP2015-45591: EFFECT OF HYDROGEN ON TENSILE STRENGTH AND
ELLIPTICAL CIRCUMFERENTIAL CRACKED PIPES SUBJECTED TO INTER- DUCTILITY OF MULTI-PASS 304L / 308L AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL
NAL PRESSURE AND BENDING MOMENT WELDS
M. Udagawa, J. Katsuyama, Y. Yamaguchi, Y. Li, K. Onizawa, Japan Atomic En- D. Balch, C. San Marchi, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA, USA
ergy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan PVP2015-45740: EFFECTS OF EXTERNAL AND INTERNAL HYDROGEN ON
PVP2015-45935: DEVELOPMENT OF FLAW ACCEPTANCE CRITERIA FOR TENSILE PROPERTIES OF AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEELS CONTAINING
AGING MANAGEMENT OF SPENT NUCLEAR FUEL MULTIPLE-PURPOSE ADDITIVE ELEMENTS
CANISTERS H. Itoga, H. Matsunaga, J. Yamabe, S. Matsuoka, Kyushu University, Fukuoka,
P.-S. Lam, R. L Sindelar, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA Japan
PVP2015-45283: STUDY OF THE HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT SENSITIV-
ITY OF AN X4CrNiMo 16.5.1 STAINLESS STEEL AND THE ASSOCIATED
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ELECTRON BEAM WELD rota, H. Sakamoto, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Kobe, Hyogo, Japan
F. Cusenza, S. Ringeval, S. Thibaut, F. Buy, T. Paris, CEA, Is-sur-Tille, France PVP2015-45411: EFFECTS OF PLASTICITY ON THE STRESS INTENSITY
FACTOR EVALUATION FOR UNDERCLAD CRACK UNDER PRESSURIZED
SESSION 3.1H (MF-5-1)
THERMAL SHOCK EVENTS
Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Stuart
J. Katsuyama, L. Huang, Y. Li, K. Onizawa, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki,
EUROPEAN PROGRAMMES IN STRUCTURAL INTEGRITYI
Japan
Developed by: P. James, AMEC, Warrington, United Kingdom; E. Keim, T. Nicak, PVP2015-45497: STUDY ON APPLICATION OF PFM ANALYSIS METHOD TO
AREVA, Erlangen, Germany; D. Moinereau, EDF R&D, Moret JAPANESE CODE FOR RPV INTEGRITY ASSESSMENT UNDER PTS EVENTS
Sur Loing, France K. Osakabe, K. Masaki, Mizuho Information & Research Institute, Inc., Chiyoda-
Chair: P. James, AMEC, Warrington, United Kingdom Ku, Tokyo, Japan; J. Katsuyama, G. Katsumata, K. Onizawa, Japan Atomic En-
Co-Chair: D. Moinereau, EDF R&D, Moret Sur Loing, France ergy Agency, Tokai-mura, Naka-gun, Ibaraki pref., Japan
PVP2015-45103: VALIDATION OF ANALYTICAL ACE CRITERION FOR WARM PVP2015-45499: RELATION BETWEEN FRONT-FACE AND LOAD-LINE DIS-
PRE-STRESS EVALUATION IN RPV INTEGRITY ASSESSMENT PLACEMENTS ON A C(T) SPECIMEN BY ELASTIC-PLASTIC ANALYSIS
D. Moinereau, EDF R&D, Moret Sur Loing, France; C. Landron, EDF CEIDRE, N. Miura, Y. Momoi, M. Yamamoto, Central Research Institute of Electric Power
Avoine, France; S. Chapuliot, S. Marie, AREVA, Paris, France Industry, Yokosuka, Japan
PVP2015-45180: APPLICATION OF XFEM TO MODEL CRACK INITIATION
AND PROPAGATION DURING A PTS EVENT
SESSION 3.1K (MF-19-4)
T. Nicak, E. Keim, G. Meier, AREVA, Erlangen, Germany; A. Mutz, NPP Goes- Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, St. James
gen-Daeniken AG, Daeniken, Switzerland CREEP AND FATIGUE MODELLING AND ANALYSES
PVP2015-45217: OVERVIEW OF RECENT NUGENIA ACTIVITIES PARTICU- Developed by: C. M. Davies, Imperial College London, London, United Kingdom;
LARLY IN RELATION TO STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY R. Dennis, Frazer-Nash Consultancy, Avon, United Kingdom
J. Sharples, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom; E. Keim, Chair: H. Qian, Alstom Power, Avon, CT, USA
AREVA, Erlangen, Germany Co-Chair: S. Gould, Frazer-Nash, Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, United
PVP2015-45558: INVESTIGATION OF THERMAL AGEING IN LONG TERM OP- Kingdom
ERATED RPV MATERIALS PVP2015-45206: EFFECT OF CREEP LOAD ON OXIDATION BEHAVIOR OF
C. C. Eiselt, H. Hein, AREVA GmbH, Erlangen, Germany; G. Knig, EnBW MAIN STEAM PIPES
Kernkraft GmbH, Neckarwestheim, Germany; M. Selektor, E.ON Kernkraft GmbH, B. Yang, Y. Huang, X. Tang, Shanghai Institute of Special Equipment Inspection
Hannover, Germany; M. Widera, RWE Power AG, Essen, Germany and Technical Research, Shanghai, China; Y. Huang, East China University of
Science and Technology, Shanghai, China
SESSION 3.1I (OAC-4-1)
PVP2015-45120: REMAINING LIFE PREDICTION OF ETHYLENE CRACKING
Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Berkeley
TUBES UNDER CARBURIZING AND CREEP JOINT ACTION
TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATIONSTRUCTURAL
L. Cao, C. Du, S. Shao, G. Xie, China Special Equipment Inspection and Research
ANALYSIS
Institute, Beijing, China
Developed by: S. Hensel, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA PVP2015-45510: THE EFFECT OF LOAD FREQUENCY ON THE TEMPERA-
Chair: S. Hensel, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA TURE DEPENDENCE OF FRACTURE LIFE OF NOTCHED SPECIMENS FOR
Co-Chair: Z. Han, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA 9-12Cr STEEL UNDER CREEP-FATIGUE CONDITIONS
PVP2015-45522: EXPLICIT FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSES OF DROP TESTS Y. Shirai, A. T. Yokobori Jr., R. Sugiura, T. Fukuda, D. Matsumoto, Tohoku Univer-
WITH THIN-WALLED STEEL SHEET CONTAINERS FOR THE KONRAD sity, Sendai, Miyagi, Japan
REPOSITORY PVP2015-45353: LOW CYCLE FATIGUE BEHAVIOR OF ORIGINAL FERRITIC
C. Protz, U. Zencker, BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, P92 STEEL AT HIGH TEMPERATURE: EXPERIMENTS AND SIMULATIONS
Berlin, Germany; R. Liebich, Berlin Institute of Technology, Berlin, Germany X. Wang, J. Gong, Y. Jiang, Y. Zhao, Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing, China
PVP2015-45606: DYNAMIC FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF CASK HAN- PVP2015-45513: EVALUATION METHOD OF CREEP-FATIGUE LIFE FOR
DLING ACCIDENTS AT STORAGE SITES 316FR WELDMENT
U. Zencker, L. Qiao, H. Vlzke, BAM Federal Institute for Materials Research and Y. Nagae, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Oarai, Japan; K. Yamamoto, Mitsubishi
Testing, Berlin, Germany Heavy Industries, Takasago, Japan; T. Otani, Mitsubishi FBR Systems, Tokyo,
PVP2015-45941: CLOSURE BOLT MODELING FOR SEAL EVALUATION Japan
UNDER EXTREME THERMAL LOADS
N. A. Klymyshyn, H. Adkins, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA,
SESSION 3.1L (CS-30-1)
USA; WA, USA; J. Piotter, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, New Market, MD, Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Franklin
USA MASTER CURVE METHOD FOR FRACTURE TOUGHNESSI
PVP2015-46003: ORNL SPECIAL FORM TESTING OF NEW SEALED- Developed by: W. Server, ATI Consulting, Black Mountain, NC, USA; M. Ya-
SOURCE ENCAPSULATIONS mamoto, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry,
Oscar Martinez, C. Blessinger, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, Yokosuka, Japan
USA Chair: H.-W. Viehrig, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, Dres-
den, Germany
SESSION 3.1J (CS-10-1)
Co-Chair: H. Takamizawa, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Tokai-mura,
Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Clarendon
Ibaraki, Japan
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN JAPANESE CODES AND STANDARDSIN-
PVP2015-45706: THE APPLICATION OF MINIATURIZED THREE-POINT-BEND
TEGRITY EVALUATION OF RPV
SPECIMENS FOR DETERMINATION OF THE REFERENCE TEMPERATURE
Developed by: Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan; S. Asada, OF JRQ STEEL
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe, Japan L. Stratil, F. Siska, I. Dlouhy, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Brno,
Chair: S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe, Japan Czech Republic, M. Serrano, Ciemat - Structural Materials Division, Madrid, Spain
Co-Chair: M. Kirk, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA PVP2015-45253: MODELS OF THE TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE AND
PVP2015-45275: APPLICABILITY OF FRACTURE TOUGHNESS CURVES DE- SCATTER IN J-R AND J0.1 FOR FERRITIC REACTOR PRESSURE VESSEL
VELOPED FOR JAPANESE REACTOR PRESSURE VESSEL STEELS TO STEELS
STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY EVALUATION M. Kirk, G. Stevens, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA;
K. Yoshimoto, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Takasago, Hyogo, Japan; T. Hi- M. A. Erickson, Phoenix Engineering Associates, Inc., New Market, MD, USA
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PVP2015-45154: COMPARISON OF TRANSITION TEMPERATURE SHIFTS SESSION 3.1O (OAC-5-1)
FROM NOTCH IMPACT AND FRACTURE TOUGHNESS (MASTER CURVE) Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Cabot
TESTING VALVES, PUMPS AND COMPONENTS
M. Brumovsky, M. Kytka, UJV Rez plc, Rez, Czech Republic, M. Falcnik, UJV
Developed by: I. Ezekoye, Westinghouse, Pittsburgh, PA, USA; M. Brumovsky,
Rez plc, Husinec-Rez, Czech Republic
UJV Rez plc, Rez, Czech Republic
SESSION 3.1M (HT-2-1) Chair: I. Ezekoye, Westinghouse, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Newbury Co-Chair: M. Brumovsky, UJV Rez plc, Rez, Czech Republic
STRUCTURES UNDER HIGHLY DYNAMIC LOADING CONDITIONSI PVP2015-45932: BALANCED AND STANDARD GLOBE VALVES OPERATING
Symposium on Structures Under Highly Dynamic Loading ConditionsCo- LOAD PROFILES WITH FLOW OVER THE DISCS/PLUGS
Sponsored by Fluid-Structure Interaction and High Pressure Technology I. Ezekoye, Westinghouse, Pittsburgh, PA, USA; R. Farrell, Flowserve, Raleigh,
Technical Committees NC, USA; T. J. Matty, Westinghouse Electric Company, Cranberry Township, PA,
Developed by: D. Gross, Dominion Engineering, Inc., Reston, VA, USA USA; M. Hobbs, Flowserve, Raleigh, NC, USA
Chair: D. Gross, Dominion Engineering, Inc., Reston, VA, USA PVP2015-45409: STUDY ON THE SAFETY INTEGRITY OF THE PRESSURE
Co-Chair: T. Ligon, Dominion Engineering, Inc., Herndon, VA, USA RELIEF CAPACITY OF PRESSURE BEARING SYSTEMS WITH RELIEF
PVP2015-45286: EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION OF THE STATIC EQUIV- CHARACTERISTICS CONSIDERATION
ALENT PRESSURES OF DETONATIVE EXPLOSIONS OF STOICHIOMETRIC J. Zhu, X. Fang, H. Kang, L. Yunrong, C. Xuedong, Hefei General Machinery Re-
H2/O2/N2-MIXTURES IN LONG AND SHORT PIPES search Institute, Hefei, China
H.-P. Schildberg, BASF SE, Ludwigshafen, Germany, Germany PVP2015-45212: NEW COMPONENTS AND CIRCUITS OF HYDRAULIC
PVP2015-45972: PRESSURE-PULSE ATTENUATION IN A NON-NEWTONIAN PNEUMATIC CONTROL
SLURRY WITH A DISPERSED NON-CONDENSABLE GAS PHASE X. Zeng, X. Qiu, Sichuan Fluid Control System Technology Co., Ltd., Chengdu,
R. Jones, A. Pellman, Dominion Engineering, Inc., Reston, VA, USA; J. Minichiello, China; K. Chen, Sichuan University, Chengdu, China; X. Zeng, Sichuan Flow Con-
Bechtel National, Inc., Richland, WA, USA trol System Technology Co., Ltd., Chengdu, China; P. LI, Southwest Jiaotong Uni-
PVP2015-45971: CYCLE-AVERAGED APPROXIMATION OF HEAT TRANSFER versity, Chengdu, China
ASSOCIATED WITH RAYLEIGH-PLESSET GAS BUBBLE DYNAMICS SESSION 3.1Q (TW-6)
K. Schmitt, A. Pellman, Dominion Engineering, Inc., Reston, VA, USA; J. Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Georgian
Minichiello, Bechtel National, Inc., Richland, WA, USA TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 4: FLOW-INDUCED VIBRATION OF PROCESS SYS-
PVP2015-45752: WAVE PROPAGATION ACROSS SOLID-FLUID INTERFACE TEM COMPONENTS IN TWO-PHASE FLOWSPART 1
WITH FLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTION
Developed by: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt
T. Kojima, K. Inaba, K. Takahashi, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan
Presented by: M. J. Pettigrew, Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Canada
PVP2015-45025: INVESTIGATIONS ON CRACK-LIKE LEAKS IN PIPING
C. Blsius, K. Heckmann, J. Sievers, GRS mbH, Cologne, Germany
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SESSION 3.1N (FSI-4-1) Block 3.2: Wednesday, July 22 (10:30 am 12:15 pm)
Wednesday, July 22, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Exeter No text
19TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON EMERGING TECHNOLOGY FOR SESSION 3.2A (DA-3-2)
FLUIDS, STRUCTURES, AND FLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTIONS1 Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Arlington
Developed by: C. G. Giannopapa, European Space Agency, Paris, France; L. FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH ISSUES
Kaiktsis, National Technical University of Athens, Zografou, Symposium on Fatigue IssuesCo-Sponsored by Codes & Standards, De-
Greece; K. Inaba, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan; sign & Analysis, High Pressure Technology, and Materials & Fabrication
S. Itoh, Okinawa National College of Technology, Okinawa, Technical Committees
Japan; G. Papadakis, Imperial College London, London, United Developed by: P. Gilles, S. Courtin, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, France
Kingdom; H. Iyama, Kumamoto National College of Technology, Chair: P. Van Beek, TNO, Delft, Netherlands
Yatsushiro-gun, Kumamoto, Japan; S. Malavasi, Politecnico di Co-Chair: C. Gourdin, CEA, Gif Sur Yvette, France
Milano, Milano, Italy; T. Watanabe, National Fisheries University, PVP2015-45290: INVESTIGATIONS ON CRACK PROPAGATION UNDER
Shimonoseki, Japan CYCLICAL THERMO-MECHANICAL LOADINGS FOR A TYPE 304-L STAIN-
Chair: C. G. Giannopapa, European Space Agency, Paris, France LESS STEEL USED FOR PRESSURIZED WATER REACTOR
Co-Chair: L. Kaiktsis, National Technical University of Athens, Zografou, C. Gourdin, G. Perez, CEA, Gif Sur Yvette, France; F. Rossillon, Electrict de
Greece France, Villeurbanne, France; P. Le Delliou, EDF/R&D, Moret-sur-Loing, France;
PVP2015-45585: IMPROVEMENTS AND VALIDATION OF THE NUMERICAL A. Fissolo, CEA, Gif sur Yvette, France
PREDICTION OF THE INCIPIENT CAVITATION INDEX PVP2015-45609: APPLYING ASME AND BRITISH STANDARD WELDED FA-
M. M. A. Rossi, G. V. Messa, G. Ferrarese, Politecnico di Milano, Milan, MI, Italy; TIGUE METHODOLOGIES TO THERMAL FATIGUE CASE STUDIES AND IN-
S. Malavasi, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy VESTIGATING SENSITIVITY TO FATIGUE FLAW GROWTH MODELS
PVP2015-45608: A NEW METHODOLOGY FOR EROSION PREDICTION P. Prueter, R. Brown, The Equity Engineering Group, Inc., Shaker Heights, OH,
USING EULERIAN-EULERIAN CFD MODELS USA
G. V. Messa, I. Ingrosso, S. Malavasi, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy PVP2015-45622: ACCOUNTING FOR NEGATIVE R-RATIO (CRACK CLO-
PVP2015-45741: RAYLEIGH SCATTERING OF SUPERCRITICAL CARBON SURE) IN FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH CALCULATIONS ON STAINLESS
DIOXIDE IN DYNAMIC PHASE TRANSITION STEEL COMPONENTS
H. Ushifusa, K. Sugasawa, K. Inaba, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan C. Watson, C. Currie, Rolls Royce, Derby, United Kingdom; J. Emslie, Rolls-
PVP2015-45976: FLASHING PHENOMENA OF LIQUID NITROGEN IN A PRES- Royce, Derby, United Kingdom
SURE VESSEL UNDER RAPID DEPRESSURIZATIONS PVP2015-45814: FATIGUE CRACK INITIATION AND GROWTH OBSERVATION
T. Watanabe, National Fisheries University, Shimonoseki, Japan; H. Maehara, FOR 316 STAINLESS STEEL SUBJECTED TO EQUI-BIAXIAL CYCLIC LOAD-
IPPS Kumamoto University, Kumamoto, Japan; M. Nakamura, H. Ohta, National ING
Fisheries University, Shimonoseki, Japan; S. Itoh, Okinawa National College of S. Iida, S. Abe, T. Nakamura, Osaka University, Suita, Osaka, Japan; M. Kamaya,
Technology, Okinawa, Japan Institute of Nuclear Safety System, Mikata-gun Fukui, Japan
PVP2015-45766: REMAINING FATIGUE LIFE TIME ASSESSMENT OF
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WELDED AND BRACED SIDE BRANCHES Y. Uchiyama, R. Morita, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry,
P. Van Beek, R. Pijpers, H. Pereboom, TNO, Delft, Netherlands; K. A. Macdonald, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa, Japan
Statoil, Stavanger, Norway PVP2015-45521: ON THE EFFECT OF WATER FILM ON FLOW-INDUCED
PULSATIONS IN CLOSED SIDE BRANCHES IN TANDEM CONFIGURATION
SESSION 3.2B (SE-8-2)
F. Sanna, J. Golliard, S. Belfroid, TNO, Delft, Netherlands
Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Back Bay
SEISMIC ANALYSIS AND DESIGN OF PIPING SYSTEMSII SESSION 3.2E (MF-8-1)
Developed by: G. Slagis, G C Slagis Associates, Roseville, CA, USA Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill
Chair: G. Slagis, G C Slagis Associates, Roseville, CA, USA CODE FATIGUE DESIGN CRITERIA AND ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS
Co-Chair: T. Hassan, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA Luc H. Geraets Memorial International Symposium on Structural Integrity
PVP2015-45777: EXPERIMENTS ON SEISMIC PERFORMANCE OF PIPING Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, Codes & Standards, Computer Tech-
MOUNTED TO A CONCRETE FLOOR BY POST-INSTALLED ANCHORS nology and Bolted Joints, High Pressure Technology, Materials & Fabrication,
F. Dwenger, K. Kerkhof, V. Birtel, T. Froehlich, Materials Testing Institute University and Operations, Applications & Components Technical Committees
of Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany Developed by: G. Stevens, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville,
PVP2015-45821: DETERMINATION OF SUPPORT MINIMUM RIGID STIFF- MD, USA; H. Mehta, GE Hitachi Nuclear Engineering, San Jose,
NESS FOR PIPING ANALYSIS CA, USA; S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe,
J. Huang, T. Adams, Stevenson and Associates, Independence, OH, USA Japan
PVP2015-45709: THE PIPELINE DESIGN METHOD AGAINST LARGE FAULT Chair: H. Mehta, GE Hitachi Nuclear Engineering, San Jose, CA, USA
DISPLACEMENT Co-Chair: S. Asada, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd, Kobe, Japan
K. Oda, S. Kishi, Kubota Corporation, Amagasaki-shi, Hyogo, Japan; M. Miyajima, PVP2015-45036: EFFECT OF COLD STRETCHING ON FATIGUE PROPER-
Kanazawa University, Kanazawa-shi, Ishikawa, Japan TIES OF TYPE S31603 AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL AT ELEVATED TEM-
PERATURE
SESSION 3.2C (CS-9-2)
Y. Han, K. Wang, Ningbo University of Technology, Ningbo, China; Q. Liu, Hefei
Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, White Hill
University of Technology, Hefei, China
ASME SECTION XI CODE ACTIVITIES: PART 2
PVP2015-45022: ENVIRONMENTALLY ASSISTED FATIGUE (EAF) RULES
Developed by: R. Crane, ASME, New York, NY, USA; D. Scarth, Kinectrics Inc., AND SCREENING OPTIONS IN THE CONTEXT OF FATIGUE DESIGN RULES
Toronto, ON, Canada; R. Cipolla, Intertek AIM, Sunnyvale, CA, WITHIN GERMAN NUCLEAR SAFETY STANDARDS
USA S. Reese, E.ON Kernkraft GmbH, Hannover, Germany; J. Rudolph, AREVA Gmbh,
Chair: R. Crane, ASME, New York, NY, USA Erlangen, Germany
Co-Chair: R. Cipolla, Intertek AIM, Sunnyvale, CA, USA PVP2015-45295: OPTIMIZATION OF EXISTING SCREENING METHODS BY
PVP2015-45099: TECHNICAL BASIS FOR REVISIONS TO ASME SECTION XI INTRODUCING FEN CORRELATIONS
CODE CASE N-597-2 ON REQUIREMENTS FOR ANALYTICAL EVALUATION T. Metais, EDF, Villeurbanne, France; T. Gilman, Structural Integrity Associates,
OF PIPE WALL THINNING Inc., San Jose, CA, USA; P. Genette, EDF/SEPTEN, Villeurbanne, France; A.
D. Scarth, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada; M. Davis, Nuclear Utility Fatigue Chinthapalli, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA, USA
and Stress Engineer (Retired), Charlotte, NC, USA; P. Rush, MPR Associates, PVP2015-45694: PRESSURIZED WATER REACTOR ENVIRONMENT EFFECT
Alexandria, VA, USA; S. Xu, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada ON 316 STAINLESS STEEL STRESS HARDENING/SOFTENING: AN EXPER-
PVP2015-45884: TECHNICAL BASIS FOR CODE CASE N-809 ON REFER- IMENTAL STUDY
ENCE FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH CURVES FOR AUSTENITIC STAINLESS S. Mohanty, S. Majumdar, W. Soppet, K. Natesan, Argonne National Laboratory,
STEELS IN PRESSURIZED WATER REACTOR ENVIRONMENTS Argonne, IL, USA
R. Cipolla, Intertek AIM, Sunnyvale, CA, USA; W. Bamford, Westinghouse Electric,
Pittsburgh, PA, USA
SESSION 3.2F (HT-5-2)
PVP2015-45967: EXAMPLE ANALYSIS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL FATIGUE Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Cambridge
CRACK GROWTH IN AUSTENITIC STAINLESS STEEL PIPING USING CODE PANEL SESSION: DISCUSSION OF API17TR8 REQUIREMENTS AS RE-
CASE N-809 LATED TO ASME CODES AND STANDARDS
W. Bamford, Westinghouse Electric, Pittsburgh, PA, USA; R. Cipolla, Intertek AIM, Developed by: D. Peters, Structural Integrity Associates, Edinboro, PA, USA; K.
Sunnyvale, CA, USA; A. Udyawar, N. Glunt, Westinghouse Electric Co., Cranberry Karpanan, FMC Technologies, Houston, TX, USA
Twp, PA, USA Chair: D. Peters, Structural Integrity Associates, Edinboro, PA, USA
PVP2015-45880: FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH CALCULATIONS FOR PIPES Co-Chair: K. Karpanan, FMC Technologies, Houston, TX, USA
CONSIDERING SUBSURFACE TO SURFACE FLAW PROXIMITY RULES Panelists:
G. Katsumata, Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan; K. Hasegawa, C. Kocurek, Conoco-Phillips, Houston, TX, USA
Consultant, Hitachi Naka-shi, Japan; V. Lacroix, Tractebel Engineering, Brussels, P. Bunch, Cameron Surface Engineering, Houston, TX, USA
Belgium T. Bartlett, FMC Technologies, Houston, TX, USA
SESSION 3.2D (FSI-3-5) SESSION 3.2G (MF-3-2)
Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Whittier Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Tremont
NOISE AND ACOUSTICSII HYDROGEN TRANSPORT AND MODELING OF HYDROGEN EFFECTS IN
Developed by: S. Belfroid, TNO, Delft, Netherlands; S. Ziada, McMaster Univer- MATERIALS
sity, Hamilton, ON, Canada Developed by: C. San Marchi, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA,
Chair: S. Belfroid, TNO, Delft, Netherlands USA
Co-Chair: S. Ziada, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada Chair: J. Yamabe, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan
PVP2015-45634: SUPPRESSION OF ACOUSTIC RESONANCE IN RECTAN- Co-Chair: D. K. Balch, Sandia National Laboratory, Livermore, CA, USA
GULAR CAVITIES USING SPANWISE CONTROL CYLINDER PVP2015-45211: HYDROGEN TRANSPORT AND HYDROGEN-ASSISTED
A. Omer, A. Mohany, University of Ontario institute of Technology, Oshawa, ON, CRACKING IN SUS304 STAINLESS STEEL DURING DEFORMATION AT LOW
Canada TEMPERATURES
PVP2015-45456: EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION FOR ACOUSTIC RESO- L. Zhang, B. An, T. Iijima, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and
NANCE IN TANDEM BRANCHES UNDER EACH DRY AND WET STEAM Technology, Tsukuba, Japan; C. San Marchi, B. Somerday, Sandia National Lab-
FLOW oratories, Livermore, CA, USA
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PVP2015-45809: HYDROGEN DIFFUSION ANALYSIS IN THE FATIGUE SAFETY EVALUATION AND SAFETY MARGIN
CRACK GROWTH TEST UNDER HIGH PRESSURE HYDROGEN Developed by: Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan; N. Miura,
N. Ishikawa, JFE Steel Corporation, Fukuyama, Hiroshima, Japan; A. T. Yokobori Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Yokosuka,
Jr., T. Ohmi, Tohoku University, Sendai, Miyagi, Japan Kanagawa, Japan
PVP2015-45631: COHESIVE ZONE MODELING OF HYDROGEN ASSISTED Chair: N. Miura, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry,
CRACKING IN A 15-5 PH STEEL AND COMPARISON WITH EXPERIMENTS Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan
G. Bilotta, M. Arzaghi, G. Hnaff, G. Benoit, C. Moriconi, ENSMA, Futuroscope- Co-Chair: I. Nakamura, National Research Institute, Tsukuba, Ibaraki,
Chasseneuil, France Japan
PVP2015-45596: MODELING OF HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT BY A NON- PVP2015-45262: INTRODUCTION OF A RESEARCH ACTIVITY ON THE SEIS-
LOCAL DUCTILE-BRITTLE DAMAGE MODEL MIC SAFETY EVALUATION OF NUCLEAR PIPING SYSTEMS TAKING THE
Q. Chen, Z. Moumni, Unit de Mcanique de lENSTA ParisTech, Palaiseau, EFFECT OF ELASTIC-PLASTIC BEHAVIOR INTO ACCOUNT
France; J. Angles, EDF R&D/MRI, Clamart, France; C. Rouby, Unit de Mcanique I. Nakamura, National Research Institute, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan; M. Shiratori,
de lENSTA ParisTech, Palaiseau, France Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Kanagawa, Japan; A. Otani, IHI Cor-
SESSION 3.2H (MF-5-2) poration, Yokohoma, Japan; M. Morishita, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki,
Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Stuart Japan; T. Shibutani, Yokohama National University, Yokohama, Japan
EUROPEAN PROGRAMMES IN STRUCTURAL INTEGRITYII PVP2015-45265: EFFECT OF CONVERSION OF MARGIN FOR DESIGN
STRESS ON NDE FLAW DETECTABILITY
Developed by: P. James, AMEC, Warrington, United Kingdom; E. Keim, T. Nicak,
K. Hasegawa, Consultant, Hitachi Naka-shi, Japan; Y. Oishi, T. Hasegawa, T. Sato,
AREVA, Erlangen, Germany; D. Moinereau, EDF R&D, Moret
Japan Power Engineering and Inspection Corporation, Tokyo, Japan
Sur Loing, France
PVP2015-45721: BENCHMARK OF ELASTIC PLASTIC SEISMIC RESPONSE
Chair: T. Nicak, AREVA, Erlangen, Germany
ANALYSIS AND FATIGUE EVALUATION FOR PIPING
Co-Chair: E. Keim, AREVA, Erlangen, Germany
T. Otoyo, A. Otani, IHI Corporation, Yokohama, Japan
PVP2015-45145: RESULTS OF EC FP7 STRUCTURAL PERFORMANCE OF
PVP2015-45853: MULTILAYER KINEMATIC HARDENING MODEL FOR CAR-
MULTI-METAL COMPONENT PROJECT: DISSIMILAR METAL WELDS FRAC-
BON STEEL AND ITS APPLICATION TO INELASTIC ANALYSES OF AN
TURE RESISTANCE INVESTIGATION
ELBOW SUBJECTED TO CYCLIC IN-PLANE BENDING
S. Blasset, AREVA GmbH, Erlangen, Germany; H. Keinanen, VTT, Espoo, Finland;
K. Iwata, Y. Karakida, C. Jin, H. Nakamura, ITOCHU Techno-Solutions Corpora-
E. Keim, T. Nicak, AREVA, Erlangen, Germany; P. Gilles, AREVA, Paris La
tion, Tokyo, Japan; N. Kasahara, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan
Dfense, France
PVP2015-45179: ELASTO-PLASTIC PROPERTIES IN DISSIMILAR METAL SESSION 3.2K (MF-29-1)
WELD JUNCTIONS: STRESS-STRAIN CURVES DETERMINATION FOR CON- Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, St. James
STITUTIVE MATERIALS. TERTIARY-TYPE CREEP IN SETTING TIME-DEPENDENT ALLOWABLE
M. Bourgeois, O. Ancelet, CEA, Gif sur Yvette, France; S. Chapuliot, AREVA, STRESSES
Paris, France Developed by: R. Swindeman, Cromtech Inc., Oak Ridge, TN, USA; W. Ren,
PVP2015-45181: FRACTURE PROPERTIES IN DISSIMILAR METAL WELD Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
JUNCTIONS: EXPERIMENTAL METHODOLOGY OF CHARACTERIZATION. Chair: R. Swindeman, Cromtech Inc., Oak Ridge, TN, USA
M. Bourgeois, G. Perez, CEA, Gif sur Yvette, France; S. Chapuliot, AREVA, Paris, Co-Chair: W. Ren, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
France PVP2015-45055: MICROSTRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF ALLOY 617
SESSION 3.2I (OAC-4-2) CREPT INTO THE TERTIARY REGIME
Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Berkeley T. Lillo, R. Wright, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, ID, USA
TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATIONTHERMAL ANALY- PVP2015-45405: EVALUATION OF CREEP DEFORMATION PROPERTY OF
SISI GRADE 91 STEELS
K. Kimura, K. Sawada, H. Kushima, National Institute for Materials Science,
Developed by: M. Greiner, University of Nevada, Reno, NV, USA
Tsukuba, Ibaraki, Japan
Chair: M. Greiner, University of Nevada, Reno, NV, USA
PVP2015-45981: THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE TERTIARY CREEP CRITERION
Co-Chair: A. Smith, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
IN SERTTING TIME-DEPENDENT ALLOWABLE STRESSES FOR ASME SEC-
PVP2015-45078: RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL RELEASE FROM A CONTAIN-
TION III, DIV. 5, CLASS A COMPONENTS
MENT VESSEL DURING A FIRE ACCIDENT
R. Swindeman, Cromtech Inc., Oak Ridge, TN, USA; W. Ren, Oak Ridge National
S. Hensel, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA; J. Norkus, Sa-
Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA; M. J Swindeman, Air Products and Chemicals,
vannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, SC, USA
Liberty Township, OH, USA
PVP2015-45239: ANALYSIS OF PRESSURIZATION OF PLUTONIUM OXIDE
PVP2015-45992: THE EFFECT OF TERTIARY CREEP ON ALLOWABLE
STORAGE VIALS DURING A POSTULATED FIRE
STRESS VALUES FOR STAINLESS STEEL FOR ELEVATED TEMPERATURE
J. Laurinat, M. Kesterson, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, SC, USA;
NUCLEAR COMPONENT DESIGN
S. Hensel, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
M. Sengupta, J. E. Nestell, MPR Associates, Alexandria, VA, USA
PVP2015-45240: ANALYSIS OF POWDER AIRBORNE RELEASE FRACTIONS
PVP2015-46004: ALLOWABLE STRESS CRITERIA BASED ON THE ONSET
FOR VESSEL RUPTURES
OF THIRD STAGE CREEPAN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE
J. Laurinat, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, SC, USA; S. Hensel, Sa-
R. Jetter, Independent Consultant, Pebble Beach, CA, USA; J. E. Nestell, M. Sen-
vannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
gupta, MPR Associates, Alexandria, VA, USA
PVP2015-45940: SNF TRANSPORTATION PACKAGE RESPONSE TO
MACARTHUR MAZE FIRE SCENARIO: LEAK RATE DETERMINATION AFTER SESSION 3.2L (CS-30-2)
SEAL FAILURE Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Franklin
H. Adkins, S. Suffield, J. M. Cuta, N. A. Klymyshyn, Pacific Northwest National MASTER CURVE METHOD FOR FRACTURE TOUGHNESSII
Laboratory, Richland, WA, USA; J. Piotter, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Developed by: W. Server, ATI Consulting, Black Mountain, NC, USA; M. Ya-
New Market, MD, USA mamoto, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry,
SESSION 3.2J (CS-10-2) Yokosuka, Japan
Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Clarendon Chair: M. Kirk, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN JAPANESE CODES AND STANDARDS
42
Co-Chair: M. Yamamoto, Central Research Institute of Electric Power In- F. Inada, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Tokyo, Japan
dustry, Yokosuka, Japan PVP2015-45840: PHASE LAG MODEL FOR FLUIDELASTIC INSTABILITY IN
PVP2015-45279: MASTER CURVE TESTING OF REACTOR PRESSURE VES- SQUARE CYLINDER ARRANGEMENT
SEL MULTILAYER WELDING SEAMS M. Benaouicha, French National Center for Scientific Research, Brest, France;
H.-W. Viehrig, M. Houska, E. Altstadt, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf, E. Longatte, Edf, Chatou, France; F. Baj, Commissariat lEnergie Atomique et
Dresden, Germany aux nergies alternatives, Gif-sur-Yvette, France
PVP2015-45502: AUSTENITIC CLADDING AND MASTER CURVE PVP2015-45770: SIMULATION AND MEASUREMENT OF A NONLINEAR HY-
M. Brumovsky, M. Kytka, M. Falcnik, R. Kopriva, UJV Rez plc, Rez, Czech Re- DRODYNAMIC SLOSHING FORCE ON A RECTANGULAR TANK WITH SHAL-
public LOW WATER DEPTH
PVP2015-45554: APPLICABILITY OF THE MASTER CURVE METHOD TO K. Hara, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan; M. Watanabe, Aoyama
ULTRA HIGH STRENGTH STEELS Gakuin University, Kanagawa, Japan
K. Wallin, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Espoo, Finland; S. Pal- PVP2015-45471: FLUID-ELASTIC INSTABILITIES OF CLAMPED-CLAMPED
laspuro, University of Oulu, Oulu, Finland; P. Karjalainen-Roikonen, VTT Technical ALIGNED AND INCLINED CYLINDERS IN TURBULENT AXIAL FLOW
Research Centre of Finland, Espoo, Finland; P. Suikkanen, SSAB Europe Oy, J. De Ridder, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium; O. Doar, ENSTA - ParisTech,
Raahe, Finland Palaiseau, France; J. Degroote, Ghent University, Ghent, Belgium
SESSION 3.2M (FSI-5-1) SESSION 3.2O (DA-12-1)
Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Newbury Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Cabot
SHOCK AND BLAST PROPAGATION, CRACK PROPAGATION, ACOUSTICS CFD IN DESIGN AND ANALYSIS
AND INTERNAL WAVE PROPAGATION Developed by: S. McGuffie, Porter McGuffie, Inc., Lawrence, KS, USA
Symposium on Structures Under Highly Dynamic Loading ConditionsCo- Chair: S. McGuffie, Porter McGuffie, Inc., Lawrence, KS, USA
Sponsored by Fluid-Structure Interaction and High Pressure Technology Co-Chair: S. Takaya, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan
Technical Committees PVP2015-45248: DEVELOPMENT OF INTEGRATED NUMERICAL ANALYSIS
Developed by: J. Geng, Baker Engineering and Risk Consultants, Inc., San An- MODEL FOR UNSTEADY PHENOMENA IN UPPER PLENUM AND HOT-LEG
tonio, TX, USA; H. Levine, Weidlinger Associates, Inc., Mountain PIPING SYSTEM OF JAPAN SODIUM-COOLED FAST REACTOR
View, CA, USA; D. Sommerville, Structural Integrity Associates, S. Takaya, M. Tanaka, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan; T. Fujisaki,
Inc., San Jose, CA, USA NDD, Ibaraki, Japan
Chair: H. Levine, Weidlinger Associates, Inc., Mountain View, CA, USA PVP2015-45375: NUMERICAL ANALYSIS ON CAVITATION EROSION OF A
Co-Chair: D. Sommerville, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, HIGH PRESSURE DIFFERENTIAL CONTROL VALVE
CA, USA G. Ou, Z. Zheng, J. Rao, L. Zhang, H. Jin, Zhejiang Sci-Tech University,
PVP2015-45329: BLAST LOAD INSIDE ENCLOURE DUE TO FLAME ACCEL- Hangzhou, China
ERATION PVP2015-45574: NUMERICAL ANALYSIS AND EXPERIMENTAL ASSESS-
J. Geng, Baker Engineering and Risk Consultants, Inc., San Antonio, TX, USA; MENT OF THE CYLINDER TEMPERATURE IN A RECIPROCATING COM-
K. Thomas, BakerRisk, San Antonio, TX, USA PRESSOR
PVP2015-45769: SURVEY OF BWR RECIRCULATION LINE BREAK F. Balduzzi, A. Tanganelli, G. Ferrara, University of Florence, Firenze, Italy; A.
ACOUSTIC LOADS Babbini, R. Maleci, GE Oil & Gas, Firenze, FI, Italy
M. Walter, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., Centennial, CO, USA; D. Som-
SESSION 3.2Q (TW-10)
merville, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA, USA; M. Qin, Struc-
Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Georgian
tural Integrity Associates, Centennial, CO, USA
TECHNICAL TUTORIAL 4: FLOW-INDUCED VIBRATION OF PROCESS SYS-
PVP2015-45969: EXPERIMENTAL CONSIDERATION OF THE DETONATION
TEM COMPONENTS IN TWO-PHASE FLOWSPART 2
EXPANSION WAVE LIMIT
T. Ligon, Dominion Engineering, Inc., Herndon, VA, USA; J. Minichiello, Bechtel Developed by: M. Younan, American University in Cairo, New Cairo, Egypt
National, Inc., Richland, WA, USA; A. Pellman, Dominion Engineering, Inc., Re- Presented by: M. J. Pettigrew, Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal, Canada
ston, VA, USA
PVP2015-45970: EXPERIMENTAL TESTING OF PRESSURE PULSE PROPA- THURSDAY, JULY 23
GATION IN NON-NEWTONIAN SIMULANTS WITH A VOID FRACTION OF
NON-CONDENSABLE GAS No text
K. Schmitt, T. Ligon, Dominion Engineering, Inc., Reston, VA, USA; J. Minichiello, Block 4.1: Thursday, July 23 (8:30 am 10:15 am)
Bechtel National, Inc., Richland, WA, USA No text
SESSION 3.2N (FSI-4-2) SESSION 4.1A (DA-3-3)
Wednesday, July 22, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Exeter Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Arlington
19TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON EMERGING TECHNOLOGY FOR FATIGUE LIFE ASSESSMENT
FLUIDS, STRUCTURES, AND FLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTIONS2 Symposium on Fatigue IssuesCo-Sponsored by Codes & Standards, De-
Developed by: K. Inaba, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan; S. sign & Analysis, High Pressure Technology, and Materials & Fabrication
Malavasi, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy; C. G. Giannopapa, Technical Committees
European Space Agency, Paris, France; S. Itoh, Okinawa Na- Developed by: P. Gilles, S. Courtin, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, France
tional College of Technology, Okinawa, Japan; G. Papadakis, Im- Chair: D. J. Smith, University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom
perial College London, London, United Kingdom; H. Iyama, Co-Chair: M. H. C. Hannink, NRG, Petten, Netherlands
Kumamoto National College of Technology, Yatsushiro-gun, Ku- PVP2015-45235: PREDICTION OF FATIGUE CRACK INITIATION AND
mamoto, Japan; L. Kaiktsis, National Technical University of GROWTH DURING THERMAL CYCLING
Athens, Zografou, Greece; T. Watanabe, National Fisheries Uni- G. Wu, D. Tanner, D. J. Smith, University of Bristol, Bristol, United Kingdom
versity, Shimonoseki, Japan PVP2015-45576: NUMERICAL INVESTIGATIONS OF SEAM WELDS UNDER
Chair: K. Inaba, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Tokyo, Japan LOW CYCLE FATIGUEPROPOSAL FOR LIFETIME ESTIMATION AND REC-
Co-Chair: S. Malavasi, Politecnico di Milano, Milano, Italy OMMENDATIONS FOR DESIGN WITH COMMONLY USED GUIDELINES
PVP2015-45944: A STUDY ON LEAKAGE FLOW INDUCED VIBRATION FROM A. Bosch, Technische Universitt Darmstadt, Darmstadt, Germany; J. Rudolph,
ENGINEERING VIEWPOINT
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AREVA Gmbh, Erlangen, Germany; M. Vormwald, Technische Universitt Darm- hany, University of Ontario institute of Technology, Whitby, ON,
stadt, Darmstadt, Germany Canada
PVP2015-45633: ASSESSMENT OF BEND FATIGUE TESTS USING RSE-M Chair: S. Ziada, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada
STRESS ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES AND THE ASME SECTION III DIV I NB FA- Co-Chair: A. Mohany, University of Ontario institute of Technology, Whitby,
TIGUE DESIGN RULES ON, Canada
S. Booth, W. Vorster, EDF Energy, Gloucester, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom PVP2015-45128: PHASE-LAG-INDUCED FLUCTUATING LIFT FORCES ON
PVP2015-45791: DEMONSTRATION OF FATIGUE FOR LTO LICENSE OF NPP TWO TANDEM BLUFF BODIES
BORSSELE M. M. Alam, M. Zhe, Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen, China
M. H. C. Hannink, F. Blom, NRG, Petten, Netherlands; A. de Jong, P. Quist, W. PVP2015-45137: EFFECT OF LANDING LIGHT ORIENTATION ON LANDING
Besuijen, EPZ, Borssele, Netherlands GEAR NOISE
PVP2015-45130: ESTABLISHMENT AND APPLICATION OF FATIGUE LIFE E. Salt, M. Arezina, J. Lepore, S. Ziada, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON,
PREDICTION MODELS FOR COILED TUBING Canada
X. Tian, H. Zhang, Q. Duan, Y. Ji, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China PVP2015-45140: AERODYNAMIC FLOW SEPARATION CONTROL OF
BRIDGE DECK SECTIONS USING PLASMA ACTUATORS
SESSION 4.1B (SE-7-1)
K. Matsuda, K. Kato, Kyushu Institute of Technology, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan
Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Back Bay
PVP2015-45390: A COMPARISON OF FORCES IN TWO- AND THREE-DIMEN-
SEISMIC DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND HEALTH MONITORINGI
SIONAL FLOW PAST AN OSCILLATING CYLINDER
Developed by: O. S. Bursi, University of Trento, Trento, Italy; F. Paolacci, Roma S. Peppa, Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Athens, Greece; L. Kaik-
Tre University, Rome, Italy tsis, National Technical University of Athens, Zografou, Greece; C. E. Frouzakis,
Chair: O. S. Bursi, University of Trento, Trento, Italy Institut f. Energietechnik, Zurich, Switzerland; G. Triantafyllou, National Technical
Co-Chair: F. Paolacci, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy University of Athens, Athens, Greece
PVP2015-45123: PERFORMANCE-BASED ANALYSIS OF COUPLED SUPPORT
STRUCTURES AND PIPING SYSTEMS SUBJECT TO SEISMIC LOADING
SESSION 4.1E (OAC-3-2)
O. S. Bursi, University of Trento, Trento, Italy; F. Paolacci, Roma Tre University, Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill
Rome, Italy; M. Shahin Reza, University of Trento, Trento, Italy MONITORING, DIAGNOSTICS AND INSPECTIONII
PVP2015-45131: DYNAMIC RESPONSE OF COUPLED TANKS AND PIPING Luc H. Geraets Memorial International Symposium on Structural Integrity
SYSTEMS UNDER SEISMIC LOADING Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, Codes & Standards, Computer Tech-
O. S. Bursi, University of Trento, Trento, Italy; G. Abbiati, ETH Zurich, IBK, D- nology and Bolted Joints, High Pressure Technology, Materials & Fabrication,
BAUG, Zrich, Switzerland; L. Caracoglia, Northeastern University, Boston, MA, and Operations, Applications & Components Technical Committees
USA; V. Lasalandra, University of Trento, Trento, Italy; M. S. Reza, University of Developed by: M. Brumovsky, UJV Rez plc, Rez, Czech Republic
Trento, Trento, Italy Chair: I. Ezekoye, Westinghouse, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
PVP2015-45370: SEISMIC FRAGILITY ASSESSMENT OF STEEL LIQUID Co-Chair: M. Kytka, UJV Rez plc, Rez, Czech Republic
STORAGE TANKS PVP2015-45094: DEVELOPMENT OF A CONTACTLESS MEASUREMENT
K. Bakalis, D. Vamvatsikos, M. Fragiadakis, National Technical University of METHOD USING AN LED-OPTICAL DISPLACEMENT SENSOR FOR VIBRA-
Athens, Athens, Greece TION STRESS OF PIPING SYSTEMS
PVP2015-45486: FATIGUE FAILURE EVALUATION METHOD AND FRAGILITY A. Maekawa, Institute of Nuclear Safety System, Inc., Fukui, Japan; T. Tsuji, The
CURVE USING ENERGY Kansai Electric Power Co., Inc., Fukui, Japan; T. Takahashi, Institute of Nuclear
K. Minagawa, Saitama Institute of Technology, Saitama, Japan; S. Fujita, Tokyo Safety System, Inc., Fukui, Japan
Denki University, Tokyo, Japan; S. Okamura, Mitsubishi FBR Systems, Inc., Tokyo, PVP2015-45562: ASSESSING FATIGUE ENDURANCE LIMIT OF PITTED
Japan SPECIMENS BY MEANS OF AN INTEGRATED FRACTURE MECHANICS AP-
PROACH
SESSION 4.1C (CT-6-1)
N. O. Larrosa, The University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom; M. D.
Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, White Hill
Chapetti, INTEMA, Mar del Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina, R. Ainsworth, The Uni-
DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF PACKINGS AND VALVES
versity of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom
Developed by: M. Schaaf, amtec Messtechnischer Service GmbH, Lauffen, Ger- PVP2015-45938: EFFECTIVE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE RISK BASED IN-
many; H. Lejeune, CETIM, Nantes, France SPECTION APPROACH IN ASSET INTEGRITY MANAGEMENT OF OIL AND
Chair: M. Schaaf, amtec Messtechnischer Service GmbH, Lauffen, Ger- GAS FACILITIES
many J. Akanni, Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company, Port Harcourt, Nige-
Co-Chair: H. Lejeune, CETIM, Nantes, France ria; O. Alonge, Shell Petroleum Development Company, Port Harcourt, Nigeria
PVP2015-45241: PREDICTION OF LEAK RATES IN POROUS BRAIDED
PACKING RINGS
SESSION 4.1F (MF-25-1)
M. Kazeminia, H. Bouzid, cole de technologie suprieure, Montreal, QC, Canada Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Cambridge
PVP2015-45773: EVALUATION OF PACKING DRAG AND SEALABILITY ON ASIAN PROGRAMS IN STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY
KNIFE GATE VALVES FOR ACTUATOR SIZING Developed by: Y. J. Chao, University of South Carolina, South Carolina, SC,
A. F. Garcia, Teadit Industria e Comercio Ltda, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil; C. D. Giro, USA; X.-K. Zhu, Edison Welding Institute, Columbus, OH, USA;
Teadit Packing & Gaskets Pvt. Ltd., Vadodara, India; L. P. Romano, J. Veiga, Tea- P.-S. Lam, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA;
dit Industria e Comercio Ltda, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil G. Qian, Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland
PVP2015-45588: HIGH FIDELITY SIMULATION OF SAFETY PRESSURE Chair: G. Qian, Paul Scherrer Institute, Villigen, Switzerland
VALVE INTERNAL FLOWS Co-Chair: W. Chao, South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
Y. Yang, A. Lefebvre, G.-C. Zha, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL, USA; Q. PVP2015-45577: RE-EVALUATION OF THE STRUCTURAL INTEGRITY OF
Liu, J. Fan, National Engineering Research Center for Special Pump and Valve, THE CHINESE QINSHAN 300-MWE REACTOR PRESSURE VESSEL UNDER
Beijing, China PRESSURIZED THERMAL SHOCK USING THE MASTER CURVE METHOD
Y. Cao, Y. He, Shanghai Nuclear Engineering Research & Design Institute, Shang-
SESSION 4.1D (FSI-3-8)
hai, China; H. Hui, East China University of Science and Technology, Shanghai,
Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Whittier
China; H. Li, Shanghai Nuclear Engineering Research & Design Institute, Shang-
BLUFF BODIES AND VIV
hai, China; F. Z. Xuan, East China University of Science and Technology, Shang-
Developed by: S. Ziada, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada; A. Mo- hai, China
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PVP2015-45747: CORRELATIONS BETWEEN CHARPY V-NOTCH IMPACT Systems Co., Ltd., Kawasaki, Japan
ENERGY AND FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF NUCLEAR REACTOR PRES- PVP2015-45687: APPLICATION OF TORSION Ce FACTOR FOR PIPING NON-
SURE VESSEL (RPV) STEELS PLANAR THROUGH-WALL FLAWS
M. Yu, Z. Luo, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China; Y. J. Chao, University of South P. Hoang, Sargent Lundy LLC., Barrington, IL, USA
Carolina, South Carolina, SC, USA
SESSION 4.1I (OAC-4-3)
PVP2015-45831: THREE DIMENSIONAL PLASTIC STRESS ANALYSIS OF RE-
Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Berkeley
ACTOR PRESSURE VESSEL NOZZLE BELT
TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATIONTHERMAL ANALY-
Lu Wei, State Nuclear Power Research Institute, Beijing, China
SISII
PVP2015-45963: PROBABILISTIC PRESSURIZED THERMAL SHOCKS
ANALYSIS FOR A REACTOR PRESSURE VESSEL BY CONSIDERING PLUME Developed by: A. Smith, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
EFFECT Chair: A. Smith, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
G. Qian, V. F. Gonzlez-Albuixech, M. Niffenegger, M. Sharabi, Paul Scherrer In- Co-Chair: U. Zencker, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing,
stitute, Nuclear Energy and Safety, Villigen, Switzerland Berlin, Germany
PVP2015-45745: CORRELATIONS BETWEEN CHARPY V-NOTCH IMPACT PVP2015-45847: VALIDATION OF THERMAL ANALYSIS OF DRY STORAGE
ENERGY AND FRACTURE TOUGHNESS OF NUCLEAR REACTOR PRES- CASKS AT DIABLO CANYON
SURE VESSEL (RPV) STEELS (Presentation Only) J. Li, Y. Liu, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA
M. Yu, Tianjin University, Tianjin, China PVP2015-45851: GEOMETRICALLY-ACCURATE-THREE-DIMENSIONAL SIM-
ULATIONS OF A USED NUCLEAR FUEL TRANSFER CASK FILLED WITH
SESSION 4.1G (MF-2-6) PRESSURIZED HELIUM
Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Tremont M. Hadj Nacer, T. Manzo, M. Greiner, University of Nevada, Reno, NV, USA
APPLICATION OF FRACTURE MECHANICS IN FAILURE ASSESSMENTVI PVP2015-45852: DESIGN OF AN EXPERIMENT TO MEASURE THE THERMAL
Developed by: A. de Jesus, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal; T. Coppola, ACCOMMODATION COEFFICIENT BETWEEN HELIUM AND STAINLESS-
Centro Sviluppo Materiali, Rome, Italy STEEL IN CONCENTRIC CYLINDERS.
Chair: A. de Jesus, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal M. Hadj Nacer, R. Green, M. Greiner, University of Nevada, Reno, NV, USA
Co-Chair: G. H. B. Donato, FEI University, So Bernardo do Campo - SP, PVP2015-45077: HYDROGEN FLAMMABILITY MITIGATION IN A CONTAIN-
So Paulo, Brazil MENT VESSEL USING A RECOMBINER
PVP2015-45233: CYCLIC DEFORMATION AT THE TIP OF INCLINED CRACKS M. Kesterson, N. Askew, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, SC, USA; S.
IN STEEL PLATES Hensel, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA; J. Laurinat, Sa-
H. M. El Emam, A. E. M. Elsisi, H. A. Salim, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO, vannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, SC, USA
USA; H. E. M. Sallam, Jazan University, Jazan, Saudi Arabia
SESSION 4.1J (CS-11-1)
PVP2015-45820: CRACK TIP STRAIN DISTRIBUTIONS AND THEIR IMPLICA-
Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Clarendon
TIONS TO CRACK GROWTH RATE DUE TO STRESS CORROSION CRACK-
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINESE CODES AND STANDARDSEX-
ING
TREME PRESSURE EQUIPMENT
S.-J. Sung, N. Kotasthane, Y. Ashida, J. Pan, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor,
MI, USA Developed by: J. Zheng, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China; J. Shi, Zhejiang
PVP2015-45933: INFLUENCE OF PLASTIC PRESTRAIN ON THE FATIGUE University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
CRACK GROWTH RESISTANCE (da/DN VS. DELTA_K) OF ASTM A36 Chair: J. Zheng, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, China
STRUCTURAL STEEL Co-Chair: J. Shi, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
G. H. B. Donato, F. G. Cavalcante, FEI University, So Bernardo do Campo, So PVP2015-45060: DEVELOPMENT AND PROSPECT ON CHINESE CODES
Paulo, Brazil AND STANDARDS OF TRANSPORTABLE PRESSURE VESSEL
PVP2015-45966: ULTRA-LOW-CYCLE FATIGUE BEHAVIOUR OF FULL- X. Xue, X. Tang, H. Lu, Shanghai Institute of Special Equipment Inspection and
SCALE ELBOWS Technical Research, Shanghai, China; W. Zhou, Sub Committee of Moveable
J. Pereira, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal, J. Ruano, University of Tras-os- Pressure Vessel of China Standardization Committee on Boilers and Pressure,
Montes e Alto Douro, Vila Real, Portugal, S. Schaffrath, RWTH Aachen University, Shanghai, China
Aachen, Germany; A. de Jesus, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal, A. Fernandes, PVP2015-45152: A CALCULATION METHOD FOR TORQUES OF LARGE CA-
Idmec University Porto, Porto, Portugal PACITY CYLINDERS FOR TUBE TRAILERS
G. Deng, China Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institution, Beijing,
SESSION 4.1H (CS-17-1) China; J. Wang, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan, China; Y. Jiang, China
Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Stuart Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute, Beijing, China; F. Ji, Taiyuan
COMBINATION OF MULTI-AXIAL LOADS IN DESIGN AND FITNESS-FOR- University of Technology, Taiyuan, China; J. Feng, China Jiliang University,
SERVICE Hangzhou, China
Developed by: P. Hoang, Sargent Lundy LLC., Barrington, IL, USA; K. PVP2015-45203: FRACTURE CHARACTERISTICS OF 9%Ni STEEL AT LOW
Hasegawa, Consultant, Hitachi Naka-shi, Japan TEMPERATURE
Chair: P. Hoang, Sargent Lundy LLC., Barrington, IL, USA Q. Xiong, C. Huo, S. Gong, J. Luo, J. Zhang, Tubular Goods Research Institute
Co-Chair: K. Hasegawa, Consultant, Hitachi Naka-shi, Japan of CNPC, Xian, China
PVP2015-45524: EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON FAILURE ESTIMATION PVP2015-45330: EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF POST-FIRE MECHAN-
METHOD FOR CIRCUMFERENTIALLY CRACKED PIPE SUBJECTED TO ICAL PROPERTIES OF Q345R STEEL
MULTI-AXIAL LOADS S. Shao, China Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute, Beijing,
Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan; K. Hasegawa, Consultant, Hi- China; G. Jia, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quar-
tachi Naka-shi, Japan; N. Miura, Central Research Institute of Electric Power In- antine of Peoples Republic of China, Beijing, China; L. Cao, China Special Equip-
dustry, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan; K. Hoshino, Electric Power Engineering ment Inspection and Research Institute, Beijing, China; C. Du, China Special
Systems Co., Ltd., Kawasaki, Japan Equipment Inspection and Research Institute, Beijing, China
PVP2015-45536: FAILURE EXPERIMENTS ON PIPES WITH LOCAL WALL PVP2015-45228: STUDY OF JOULE-THOMSON COOLING EFFECT DURING
TINNING SUBJECTED TO MULTI-AXIAL LOADS LEAKAGE WITH APPLICATION TO COMPRESSED NATURAL GAS CONTAIN-
Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan; K. Hasegawa, Consultant, Hi- MENT ON MARINE VESSELS
tachi Naka-shi, Japan; N. Miura, Central Research Institute of Electric Power In- Y. Liu, G. Ai, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
dustry, Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan; K. Hoshino, Electric Power Engineering
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SESSION 4.1K (MF-10-1) TSURUGA NUCLEAR POWER STATION
Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, St. James H. Kobayashi, O. Urabe, T. Fujino, The Japan Atomic Power Company, Tokyo,
MECHANISTIC MODELLING OF MATERIALSI Japan
PVP2015-45903: RULES FOR TEMPORARY REPAIR TECHNIQUES IN JSME
Developed by: A. Horn, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom
FITNESS-FOR-SERVICE CODE AND THEIR CHALLENGES
Chair: A. Horn, Amec Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom
K. Dozaki, H. Kobayashi, The Japan Atomic Power Co, Tokyo, Japan; H. Adachi,
Co-Chair: R. J. Smith, University of Manchester, Manchester, United King-
Toshiba, Yokohama, Japan; Y. Kono, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Kobe,
dom
Japan; K. Muraoka, Hitachi-GE Nuclear Energy, Ltd., Hitachi, Japan
PVP2015-45905: A MONTE CARLO IMPLEMENTATION OF THE JAMES-
PVP2015-45924: BLOCK MONITORING METHOD OF SG TUBE SUPPORT
FORD-JIVKOV MICRO-STRUCTURALLY INFORMED LOCAL APPROACH AP-
PLATE WITH INTELLIGENT ECT FOR MAINTENANCE WORK
PLIED TO PREDICT FRACTURE TOUGHNESS INCLUDING LOW
Y. Kobayashi, M. Noda, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, LTD, Kobe, Japan
CONSTRAINT CONDITIONS
M. Ford, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Warrington, Cheshire, United Kingdom; P. James, SESSION 4.1N (CT-11-1)
AMEC, Warrington, United Kingdom Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, Mezzanine, Exeter
PVP2015-45070: Js DISABILITY COULD EXPLAIN ALL THE TEST SPECIMEN NEW AND EMERGING METHODS OF ANALYSIS AND APPLICATIONS
SIZE EFFECTS OBSERVED FOR THE FRACTURE TOUGHNESS (JC) OF A Developed by: Y. Park, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, USA
MATERIAL IN THE DBTT REGION Chair: Y. Park, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, USA
T.Meshii, University of Fukui, Fukui, Japan Co-Chair: I. Hijazi, Marshall University, Huntington, WV, USA
PVP2015-45731: EFFECTS OF SIDE GROOVE ON FRACTURE TOUGHNESS PVP2015-45019: HYDROGEN STORAGE USING CARBON NANOSTRUC-
H.-W. Ryu, H.-T. Kim, Korea University, Seoul, Korea (Republic); J.-J. Han, Korea TURES
Institute of Nuclear Nonproliferation and Control, Daejeon, Korea (Republic); Y. S. Smith, Y. Park, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM, USA
J. Kim, Korea University, Seoul, Korea (Republic); J. Kim, Sunchon National Uni- PVP2015-45119: A SIMPLE EMBEDDED ATOM POTENTIAL FOR FE-CU AL-
versity, Suncheon, Jeonnam, Korea (Republic) LOYS
PVP2015-45869: ROUSSELIER PARAMETER CALIBRATION FOR ESSHETE I. Hijazi, Marshall University, Huntington, WV, USA; Y. Park, New Mexico State
WELD METAL University, Las Cruces, NM, USA
S. Arun, A. Sherry, M. Sheikh, M. Smith, The University of Manchester, Manches- PVP2015-45362: EFFECT OF THE SHAPES OF DIVERSION UMBRELLAS ON
ter, United Kingdom TEMPERATURE FIELD IN A LARGE SPHERICAL TANK DURING HEAT
SESSION 4.1L (CS-22-1) TREATMENT PROCESSES
Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Franklin F. Ji, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan, China; X. Wang, G. Deng, China
FRACTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTY PREDICTIONS BY SUB-SIZED Special Equipment Inspection Institute, Beijing, China; J. Feng, China Jiliang Uni-
SPECIMENS FOR STANDARDSI versity, Hangzhou, China; H. Liang, Taiyuan University of Technology, Taiyuan,
Co-Sponsored by Codes & Standards and Materials & Fabrication Technical China
Committees SESSION 4.1O (MF-23-1)
Developed by: M. Yamamoto, Central Research Institute of Electric Power In- Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Cabot
dustry, Yokosuka, Japan; W. Server, ATI Consulting, Black Moun- ADVANCED SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES FOR MONITORING STRUCTURAL
tain, NC, USA INTEGRITYI
Chair: N. Miura, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Developed by: V. Giurgiutiu, University Of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
Yokosuka, Kanagawa, Japan Chair: V. Giurgiutiu, University Of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
Co-Chair: W. Server, ATI Consulting, Black Mountain, NC, USA Co-Chair: P.-S. Lam, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
PVP2015-45153: CORRELATION BETWEEN TRANSITION TEMPERATURE PVP2015-45595: EXPERIMENTATION AND ADAPTIVE MODELING FOR TEM-
SHIFTS OF IMPACT TESTS USING STANDARD AND SUBSIZE SPECIMENS PERATURE EFFECT QUANTIFICATION IN PVP STRUCTURAL HEALTH MON-
M. Brumovsky, M. Kytka, UJV Rez plc, Rez, Czech Republic ITORING WITH PWAS
PVP2015-45159: OVERVIEW OF NIST ACTIVITIES ON SUB-SIZE AND MINIA- T. Kamas, B. Poddar, B. Lin, L. Yu, V. Giurgiutiu, University Of South Carolina,
TURIZED CHARPY SPECIMENS: CORRELATIONS WITH FULL-SIZE SPECI- Columbia, SC, USA
MENS AND VERIFICATION SPECIMENS FOR SMALL-SCALE PENDULUM PVP2015-45623: TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON FIBER OPTICAL SENSORS
MACHINES FOR DRY CAST STORAGE HEALTH MONITORING
E. Lucon, Protiro, Inc., Denver, CO, USA; C. N. McCowan, R. L. Santoyo, National B. Lin, L. Yu, V. Giurgiutiu, University Of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, CO, USA PVP2015-45798: DEVELOPMENT OF A TESTING SYSTEM FOR PIEZOELEC-
PVP2015-45703: THE PREDICTION OF SIZE EFFECT ON J-R CURVE FOR TRIC WAFER ACTIVE SENSORS EXPOSED TO EXTREME TEMPERATURES
EUROFER97 STEEL BY SIMPLIFIED MECHANICAL MODEL W. Roth, B. Poddar, J. Bao, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
L. Stratil, F. Siska, H. Hadraba, I. Dlouhy, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Re-
public, Brno, Czech Republic No text
PVP2015-45958: DETERMINATION OF LOCAL TENSILE AND FATIGUE Block 4.2: Thursday, July 23 (10:30 am 12:15 pm)
PROPERTIES WITH THE USE OF SUB-SIZED SPECIMENS
No text
J. Dzugan, P. Konopik, R. Prochazka, M. Rund, Comtes FHT, Dobrany, Czech
Republic SESSION 4.2A (OAC-6-1)
Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Arlington
SESSION 4.1M (CS-14-1)
PANEL SESSION: TROUBLESHOOTING OF GASKET LEAKSCASE STUD-
Thursday, July 23, 8:30 am 10:15 am, 4th Floor, Newbury
IES AND FIELD EXPERIENCES
REPAIR, REPLACEMENT AND MITIGATION FOR FITNESS-FOR-SERVICE
RULES1 Developed by: K. Guenther, Shell, Houston, TX, USA; E. Jamalyaria, Flexitallic,
Deer Park, TX, USA; J. Baulch, Teadit NA, Pasadena, TX, USA;
Developed by: K. Dozaki, The Japan Atomic Power Co, Tokyo, Japan
B. Hantz, Valero Energy Corp, San Antonio, TX, USA
Chair: S. McCracken, EPRI Welding and Repair Technology Center,
Chair: A. Cheta, Shell Exploration and Production Company, Houston,
Harrisburg, NC, USA
TX, USA
Co-Chair: P. Doddihal, Kinectrics Inc., Toronto, ON, Canada
Co-Chair: Y. Shoji, YS Corporation LLC, Tokyo, Japan
PVP2015-45483: LESSONS FROM AN OPERATIONAL SMALL LEAKAGE AT
Panelists:
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B. Hantz, Valero, San Antonio, TX, USA France
K. Guenther, Shell, Houston, TX, USA PVP2015-45289: ENERGY APPROACH FOR DETERMINE FREQUENCY AND
J. Baulch, Teadit, Houston, TX, USA AMPLITUDE OF VIBRATION OF PIPING WITH CLOSED SIDE BRANCHES.
J. Jamalyaria, Flexitallic, Houston, TX, USA I. Orynyak, I. Dubyk, A. Batura, Ipp-Centre Ltd, Kyiv, Ukraine
PVP2015-45379: EXPERIMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF ADDED MASS AND
SESSION 4.2B (SE-7-2)
DAMPING OF SUBMERGED PIPEWORK
Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Back Bay
H. Goyder, Cranfield University, Shrivenham, United Kingdom
SEISMIC DAMAGE ASSESSMENT AND HEALTH MONITORINGII
Developed by: F. Paolacci, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy; O. S. Bursi, Uni-
SESSION 4.2E (OAC-8-3)
versity of Trento, Trento, Italy Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill
Chair: F. Paolacci, Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy AGEING MANAGEMENT IN INDUSTRYPIPELINE, OFFSHORE AND NU-
Co-Chair: O. S. Bursi, University of Trento, Trento, Italy CLEAR
PVP2015-45662: PERFORMANCE-BASED DESIGN OF BURIED STEEL PIPES Luc H. Geraets Memorial International Symposium on Structural Integrity
AT FAULT CROSSINGS Co-Sponsored by Design & Analysis, Codes & Standards, Computer Tech-
B. Akbas, Gebze Technical University, Gebze - Kocaeli, Turkey; M. ORourke, nology and Bolted Joints, High Pressure Technology, Materials & Fabrication,
Rensselaer, Clifton Park, NY, USA; E. Uckan, Bogazici University Kandilli Obser- and Operations, Applications & Components Technical Committees
vatory, Istanbul, Turkey; J. Shen, Iowa State University, Ames, IA, USA; M. Caglar, Developed by: G. Bezdikian, Georges Bezdikian Consulting, Le Vesinet, France;
Bogazici University, KOERI, Istanbul, Turkey G. G. Young, Entergy Services Inc., Russellville, AR, USA
PVP2015-45854: STRUCTURAL HEALTH MONITORING OF CONCRETE Chair: K. Kang, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria
SHEAR WALL USING PIEZOCERAMIC-BASED SENSORS Co-Chair: G. Bezdikian, Georges Bezdikian Consulting, Le Vesinet, France
W.-I Liao, National Taipei University of Technology, Taipei, Taiwan; J.-F. Chai, Na- PVP2015-45272: FATIGUE MONITORING IN THE CONTEXT OF LONG-TERM
tional Center for Research on Earthquake Engineering, Taipei, Taiwan OPERATION OF THE GOESGEN NUCLEAR POWER PLANT USING AREVAS
PVP2015-45700: PERFORMANCE CRITERIA FOR LIQUID STORAGE TANKS FAMOSi
AND PIPING SYSTEMS SUBJECTED TO SEISMIC LOADING T. Wermelinger, Kernkraftwerk Goesgen AG, Dniken, Switzerland; F. M. Bruck-
M. Vathi, S. Karamanos, University of Thessaly, Volos, Greece; I. Kapogiannis, mueller, B. Heinz, AREVA GmbH, Erlangen, Germany
K. V. Spiliopoulos, National Technical University of Athens, Athens, Greece PVP2015-45356: THE EFFECT OF SOIL ON THE STRUCTURAL RESPONSE
AND FATIGUE LIFE OF FREE SPAN FOR SUBMARINE PIPELINE
SESSION 4.2C (CT-9-1)
J. Dong, C. Xuedong, B. Wang, W. Guan, T. Yang, Hefei General Machinery Re-
Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, White Hill
search Institute, Hefei, China
THREADED FASTENERS AND JOINING OF MULTI-MATERIALS
PVP2015-45485: FATIGUE REASSESSMENT TO MODERN STANDARDS FOR
Developed by: S. Nassar, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA; T. Fukuoka, LIFE EXTENSION OF OFFSHORE PRESSURE VESSELS
Kobe University, Kobe, Japan E. Hutchison, J. Wintle, A. OConnor, E. Buennagel, TWI, Cambridge, United King-
Chair: S. Nassar, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA dom; C. Buhr, Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, United Kingdom
Co-Chair: T. Fukuoka, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan PVP2015-45808: DETERMINATION OF HIGH-TEMPERATURE CREEP PROP-
PVP2015-45084: EVALUATION OF STRESS AMPLITUDE OF BOLTED JOINTS ERTY OF HIGH-CR STEEL BASED UPON INDENTATION TEST
BY FE ANALYSIS AND JOINT DIAGRAM AND A SIMPLE STRATEGY FOR ITS M. Arai, T. Ishikawa, Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan; Y. Takahashi, T.
REDUCTION Kumagai, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Yokosuka, Kana-
T. Fukuoka, H. Taniuchi, Kobe University, Kobe, Japan gawa-ken, Japan
PVP2015-45681: EFFECT OF UNDERHEAD DESIGN CONFIGURATION ON
BOLT BEHAVIOR UNDER SHEAR LOADS
SESSION 4.2F (OAC-2-1)
Z. Wu, S. Nassar, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Cambridge
PVP2015-45072: EFFECTS OF HEAT CYCLING AND JOINING METHOD ON QUALIFICATION TESTING IN NUCLEAR AND IN INDUSTRY
THE MECHANICAL PERFORMANCE OF MULTI-MATERIAL SINGLE LAP Developed by: G. Bezdikian, Georges Bezdikian Consulting, Le Vesinet, France;
JOINTS G. G. Young, Entergy Services Inc., Russellville, AR, USA
K. Sakai, S. Nassar, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, USA Chair: G. G. Young, Entergy Services Inc., Russellville, AR, USA
PVP2015-45121: EFFECT OF NANOPARTICLE ENRICHMENT ON THE LOAD Co-Chair: E. Hutchison, TWI, Cambridge, United Kingdom
TRANSFER CAPACITY AND FAILURE MODE OF BONDED STEEL-MAGNE- PVP2015-45685: ELEVATED TEMPERATURE LAP SHEAR TESTING OF A
SIUM JOINTS CARBON FIBER EPOXY COMPOSITE REPAIR SYSTEM
S. Nassar, K. Moustafa, Z. Wu, D. Tzeples, Oakland University, Rochester, MI, A. Hawkins, B. Johnson, Citadel Technologies, Tulsa, OK, USA
USA PVP2015-45960: LARGE EDF TESTS ON AGED CAST DUPLEX STAINLESS
STEEL COMPONENTSPART I: REDUCED SCALE TESTS
SESSION 4.2D (FSI-3-10)
P. Le Delliou, S. Saillet, EDF/R&D, Moret-sur-Loing, France; G. Bezdikian,
Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Whittier
Georges Bezdikian Consulting, Le Vesinet, France
FLOW INDUCED VIBRATIONPIPING VIBRATIONS
PVP2015-45961: LARGE EDF TESTS ON AGED CAST DUPLEX STAINLESS
Developed by: N. Mureithi, Ecole Polytechnique De Montreal, Montreal, QC, STEEL COMPONENTSPART II: FULL SCALE TEST
Canada; S. Belfroid, TNO, Delft, Netherlands P. Le Delliou, S. Saillet, EDF/R&D, Moret-sur-Loing, France; G. Bezdikian,
Chair: N. Mureithi, Ecole Polytechnique De Montreal, Montreal, QC, Georges Bezdikian Consulting, Le Vesinet, France
Canada
Co-Chair: S. Belfroid, TNO, Delft, Netherlands
SESSION 4.2G (MF-14-1)
PVP2015-45075: DEVELOPMENT OF A SIMPLIFIED METHODOLOGY FOR Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Tremont
EVALUATION OF PIPING VIBRATION DUE TO MULTI-PHASE FLOW LEAK BEFORE BREAK
H. R. Santos, E. B. Tinoco, PETROBRAS, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil; M. S. Pfeil, Uni- Developed by: J. Sharples, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom;
versidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; R. C. Battista, Con- B. Bezensek, Shell UK Limited, Laurencekirk, United Kingdom
trollato Ltd., Rio De Janeiro, Brazil Chair: J. Sharples, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom
PVP2015-45288: VIBRATION SPECTRUM OF A WATER PIPE UNDER THE EF- Co-Chair: P. Gill, Amec, Warrington, United Kingdom
FECT OF UNSTEADY FLUID LOADING PVP2015-45156: PREDICTION OF DYNAMIC BREAK-OPENING AREA
H. Berro, EDF R&D, Clamart, France; P. Moussou, Electricite de France, Clamart, UNDER BEYOND DESIGN BASIS SEISMIC LOADING
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M. Uddin, E. Kurth, F. Brust, G. Wilkowski, Engineering Mechanics Corp. Colum- PVP2015-45645: ANALYTICAL DETERMINATION OF FUEL CLADDING ME-
bus, Upper Arlington, OH, USA; A. Betervide, Nucleoelectrica Argentina S.A., CHANICAL PROPERTIES (Presentation Only)
Buenos Aires, Argentina Z. Han, M. Billone, Y. Liu, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA
PVP2015-45404: SYSTEM STIFFNESS AND RESTRAINT EFFECTS ON CIR- PVP2015-45793: FAILURE CRITERIA FOR UNIRRADIATED PWR CLADDING
CUMFERENTIAL CRACK OPENING DISPLACEMENTSA ROTATIONAL SUBJECTED TO RING COMPRESSION TESTS
STIFFNESS APPROACH J. Ruiz, M. A. Martin-Rengel, Universidad Politecnica de Madrid, Madrid, Madrid,
B. Young, R. Olson, Battelle Memorial Institute, Columbus, OH, USA Spain; F. J. Gomez-Sanchez, Advanded Material Simulation, Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain
PVP2015-45461: ESTIMATION OF ELASTIC CRACK OPENING DISPLACE- PVP2015-45984: COMPARISON OF RING COMPRESSION TESTING TO
MENT FOR THIN ELBOWS WITH CIRCUMFERENTIAL THROUGH-WALL THREE POINT BEND TESTING FOR UNIRRADIATED ZIRLO CLADDING
CRACKS P. Korinko, R. L Sindelar, R. Kesterson, Savannah River National Laboratory,
M. K. Kim, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Korea (Republic); H. B. Surh, Korea Aiken, SC, USA
Atomic Energy Research Institute, Daejeon, Korea (Republic); M. G. Won, M. K.
SESSION 4.2J (CS-11-3)
Kim, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Korea (Republic); N.-S. Huh, Seoul Na-
Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Clarendon
tional University of Science and Technology, Korea, Korea (Republic);
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINESE CODES AND STANDARDSIN-
PVP2015-45468: LEAKAGE RATES THROUGH COMPLEX CRACK SHAPES
TEGRITY MANAGEMENT USING ACOUSTIC EMISSION
USING AN ODE METHOD
P. Gill, Amec, Warrington, United Kingdom; J. Sharples, AMEC Foster Wheeler, Developed by: G. Jia, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection
Warrington, United Kingdom; P. Budden, Edf Energy, Gloucester, United King- and Quarantine of Peoples Republic of China, Beijing, China; Z.
dom Chen, Zhejian University, Hangzhou, China
PVP2015-45515: EFFECT OF PIPE RESTRAINT ON THE CONSERVATISM OF Chair: G. Jia, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection
LEAK-BEFORE-BREAK DESIGN OF NUCLEAR POWER PLANT and Quarantine of Peoples Republic of China, Beijing, China
Y. Kim, Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea (Republic); Y.-J. Oh, H.-B. Park, Co-Chair: Z. Chen, Zhejian University, Hangzhou, China
KEPCO Engineering and Construction, Gyeonggi-Do, Korea (Republic) PVP2015-45118: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINESE GLASS-LINED
PRESSURE VESSELS CODES AND STANDARDS
SESSION 4.2H (CS-21-1) Y. Qiu, X.-H. Wu, G.-L. Luo, Shanghai Institute of Special Equipment Inspection
Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Stuart and Technical Research, Shanghai, China
FATIGUE MONITORING AND RELATED ASSESSMENT METHODS PVP2015-45383: STRENGTH AND STABILITY ANALYSIS OF DOUBLE-DECK
Developed by: T. Gilman, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA, FLOATING ROOF UNDER WIND LOAD
USA Z. Chen, S. Huang, H. Fan, Zhejian University, Hangzhou, China
Chair: T. Gilman, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA, PVP2015-45829: STRESS ANALYSIS AND OPTIMIZATION RESEARCH FOR
USA TA CLAD STEEL TUBE SHEET
Co-Chair: B. Heinz, AREVA Gmbh, Erlangen, Germany K. Wang, W. Xu, Z. Liu, M. Liu, Zhengzhou University, Zhengzhou, China
PVP2015-45021: OPERATIONAL LESSONS LEARNED BASED ON COMPRE- PVP2015-45890: FAILURE ANALYSIS OF HIGH-PRESSURE STEAM
HENSIVE TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS AT PRIMARY CIRCUIT COM- PIPELINE
PONENTS J. Shi, China Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute, Beijing, China;
S. Reese, E.ON Kernkraft GmbH, Hannover, Germany; J. Seichter, Siempelkamp K. Zhang, Nanjing University of Technology, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China; W. Liu, G.
Pruef- und Gutachter-Ges. mbH, Dresden, Germany; D. Klucke, H. E. Karabaki, Xie, China Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute, Beijing, China;
E.ON Kernkraft GmbH, Hannover, Germany G. Ye, Sinopec Luoyang Company, Luoyang, Henan, China
PVP2015-45659: FATIGUE MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT: DIFFERENT
SESSION 4.2K (MF-10-2)
APPROACHES COMBINED FOR LIFETIME EXTENSION CHALLENGES
Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, St. James
T. Gilman, Structural Integrity Associates, Inc., San Jose, CA, USA; M. Gray, West-
MECHANISTIC MODELLING OF MATERIALSII
inghouse Electric Company, Cranberry Twp, PA, USA; J. Rudolph, AREVA Gmbh,
Erlangen, Germany; B. Heinz, AREVA Gmbh, Erlangen, Germany Developed by: A. Horn, Amec Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom
PVP2015-45668: REQUIREMENTS OF LOAD DATA EVALUATION, STRESS Chair: A. Sherry, The University of Manchester, Manchester, United
ANALYSIS AND CYCLE COUNTING FOR THE QUALIFIED THERMAL FA- Kingdom
TIGUE ASSESSMENT OF NPP COMPONENTS Co-Chair: P. James, AMEC, Warrington, United Kingdom
J. Rudolph, AREVA Gmbh, Erlangen, Germany; J. Freire, Pontifcia Universidade PVP2015-45043: ON THE USE OF THE NOTCH MASTER CURVE FOR AP-
Catlica do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; J. E. Maneschy, M. Cisternas, PARENT FRACTURE TOUGHNESS PREDICTIONS OF NOTCHED FERRITIC
Eletrobrs Termonuclear S.A., Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; F. Costa, Pontifcia Univer- STEELS OPERATING WITHIN THE DUCTILE-TO-BRITTLE TRANSITION
sidade Catlica do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil ZONE
PVP2015-45676: FATIGUE MONITORING SYSTEM AND POST PROCESSING S. Cicero, T. Garca, University of Cantabria, Santander, Spain; V. Madrazo, Cen-
OF TEMPERATURE MEASUREMENTS: SURGELINE UNDER STRATIFICA- tro Tecnolgico de Componentes CTC, Santander, Cantabria, Spain
TION LOADING PVP2015-45474: DEVELOPMENT OF TEST GUIDANCE FOR SINGLE EDGE
B. Jouan, S. Bergholz, J. Rudolph, AREVA Gmbh, Erlangen, Germany NOTCH BEND FRACTURE TOUGHNESS SPECIMENS CONTAINING
NOTCHES INSTEAD OF FATIGUE PRE-CRACKS
SESSION 4.2I (OAC-4-4) A. Horn, Amec Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom; P. Budden, Edf En-
Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, Mezzanine, Berkeley ergy, Gloucester, United Kingdom
TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATIONEFFECTS OF HY- PVP2015-45749: FRACTURE MECHANICS STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OF
DRIDE ON HBU CLADDING MECHANICAL PROPERTIES VARIOUS NOTCH RADII BY USING FE ANALYSIS
Developed by: Y. Liu, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA Z. M. A. Hamid, K.-H. Bae, G.-G. Youn, Korea University, Seoul, Korea, Korea
Chair: Y. Liu, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA (Republic); D. Y. Lee, KEPCO E&C, Seongnam-Si, Korea (Republic); Y. J. Kim,
Co-Chair: R. Rebak, GE Global Research, Schenectady, NY, USA Korea University, Seoul, Korea (Republic)
PVP2015-45306: FLAW EFFECTS AND FLAW REORIENTATION ON SPENT PVP2015-45922: DEVELOPMENT OF A METHOD TO CALCULATE THE Jc OF
FUEL ROD PERFORMANCE, A SIMULATION WITH FINITE ELEMENT ANALY- A 1T SE(B) USING CHARPY IMPACT ENERGY IN THE LOWER DUCTILE TO
SIS BRITTLE TRANSITION
D. T. Tang, A. Rigato, R. Einziger, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Wash- R. J. Smith, A. Sherry, The University of Manchester, Manchester, United Kingdom;
ington, DC, MD, USA A. Horn, Amec Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom; A. Bannister, Tata
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Steel Research Development and Technology, Rotherham, United Kingdom versity of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA; H. Xu, North China Electric Power
University, Beijing, China
SESSION 4.2L (CS-22-2)
PVP2015-45841: TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON PIEZOELECTRIC WAFER
Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Franklin
ACTIVE SENSORS FOR STEEL CANISTER HEALTH MONITORING
FRACTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTY PREDICTIONS BY SUB-SIZED
L. Ma, X. Sun, B. Lin, L. Yu, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA
SPECIMENS FOR STANDARDSII
Co-Sponsored by Codes & Standards and Materials & Fabrication Technical
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Committees
Block 4.3: Thursday, July 23 (2:00 pm 3:45 pm)
Developed by: M. Yamamoto, Central Research Institute of Electric Power In- No text
dustry, Yokosuka, Japan; W. Server, ATI Consulting, Black Moun-
tain, NC, USA SESSION 4.3A (OAC-6-2)
Chair: E. Lucon, Protiro, Inc., Denver, CO, USA Thursday, July 23, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Arlington
Co-Chair: Y. Miura, CRIEPI, Yokosuka-shi, Kanagawa-ken, Japan FITNESS FOR SERVICE & LIFE EXTENSION OF AGING PRESSURE EQUIP-
PVP2015-45412: FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS ON THE APPLICATION OF MENT
MINI-C(T) TEST SPECIMENS FOR FRACTURE TOUGHNESS EVALUATION Developed by: Y. Shoji, YS Corporation LLC, Tokyo, Japan; A. Cheta, Shell Ex-
H. Takamizawa, T. Tobita, T. Ohtsu, J. Katsuyama, Y. Nishiyama, Japan Atomic ploration and Production Company, Houston, TX, USA
Energy Agency, Tokai-mura, Ibaraki, Japan Chair: Y. Shoji, YS Corporation LLC, Tokyo, Japan
PVP2015-45503: STUDY ON DIMENSIONAL TOLERANCES REQUIRED FOR Co-Chair: A. Cheta, Shell Exploration and Production Company, Houston,
MINIATURE C(T) SPECIMENS TX, USA
N. Miura, Y. Momoi, M. Yamamoto, Central Research Institute of Electric Power PVP2015-45201: COMPUTATIONAL METHODS TO SUPPORT BRITTLE
Industry, Yokosuka, Japan FRACTURE ASSESSMENT OF PSVS INVOLVING AUTOREFRIGERATION
PVP2015-45545: APPLICABILITY OF MINIATURE C(T) SPECIMENS FOR THE K. Subramanian, Stress Engineering Services, Metairie, LA, USA; J. Penso, Shell
MASTER CURVE EVALUATION OF RPV WELD METAL Projects & Technology, Houston, TX, USA; H. Pordal, Stress Engineering Services
M. Yamamoto, N. Miura, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Inc., Mason, OH, USA
Yokosuka, Japan PVP2015-45584: EFFECTIVE OUTAGE PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION
PVP2015-45782: USE OF SMALL COMPACT TENSION SPECIMEN FOR FOR NUCLEAR POWER PLANTS IN THE UK
FRACTURE TOUGHNESS EVALUATION OF RPV STEELS (Presentation H. Reece-Barkell, Frazer-Nash Consultancy, Plymouth, United Kingdom; W.
Only) Vorster, EDF Energy, Gloucester, United Kingdom
M. Sokolov, R. Nanstad, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA PVP2015-45035: ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE IN A FIXED EQUIPMENT ME-
SESSION 4.2M (MF-24-1) CHANICAL INTEGRITY PROGRAM (Presentation Only)
J. Reynolds, Intertek/Moody, Steamboat Springs, CO, USA
Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Newbury
PVP2015-45811: WEAR INDUCED BY STOCHASTIC SLIDING IMPACTS
MANUFACTURING AND MITIGATION PROCESS SIMULATION
T. Souilliart, E. Rigaud, A. Le Bot, Universit de Lyon, Ecully, France; C. Phalippou,
Developed by: V. Robin, AREVA, Lyon, France, France; P. Gilles, AREVA, Paris Commissariat lEnergie Atomique et aux Energies Alternatives, Gif-sur-Yvette,
La Dfense, France France
Chair: V. Robin, AREVA, Lyon, France, France
Co-Chair: G. Hock, BMPC - Knolls, Schenectady, NY, USA SESSION 4.3B (MF-18-1)
PVP2015-45684: GEOMETRICAL COMPARISON OF NUMERICAL MODELS Thursday, July 23, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Back Bay
USED IN THE DESIGN AND VALIDATION OF MECHANICALLY ROLLED FATIGUE AND FRACTURE OF WELDS AND HEAT AFFECTED ZONES
TUBE-TUBESHEET JOINTS Developed by: D. J. Shim, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus,
S. Madsen, Aalborg University, Aalborg, Denmark; A. S. Kristensen, Aalborg Uni- Columbus, OH, USA; M. Kerr, Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory,
versity Esbjerg, Esbjerg, Denmark; C. Ibsen, VP industries, Lem, Denmark; B. Niskayuna, NY, USA; P. Gilles, AREVA, Paris La Dfense,
Gervang, Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark France; F. Hosseinzadeh, The Open University, Milton Keynes,
PVP2015-45864: NUMERICAL SIMULATION OF SCREW MANUFACTURING United Kingdom; D. Rudland, Nuclear Regulatory Commission,
PROCESS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF SURFACE INTEGRITY Frederick, MD, USA
V. Robin, AREVA, Lyon, France, France; P. Gilles, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, Chair: D. J. Shim, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus,
France; B. Bosco, AREVA, Lyon, France; F. Valiorgue, LTDS/ENISE, Saint Eti- Columbus, OH, USA
enne, France; L. Mazuy, AREVA, Jeumont, France Co-Chair: F. Hosseinzadeh, The Open University, Milton Keynes, United
PVP2015-45973: MODELLING OF ULTRASONIC SHOT PEENING Kingdom
V. Robin, AREVA, Lyon, France, France; P. Gilles, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, PVP2015-45583: NUMERICAL STUDY ON FRACTURE BEHAVIOR OF COM-
France; A. Brosse, Esi-France, Lyon, France; T. Chaise, LaMCoS - INSA Lyon, PLEX CRACKED PIPES
Villeurbanne, France H.-W. Ryu, Korea University, Seoul, Seoul, Korea (Republic); J.-J. Han, Korea In-
SESSION 4.2O (MF-23-2) stitute of Nuclear Nonproliferation and Control, Daejeon, Korea (Republic); Y. J.
Kim, Korea University, Seoul, Korea (Republic)
Thursday, July 23, 10:30 am 12:15 pm, 4th Floor, Cabot
PVP2015-45748: EFFECT OF STRAIN HARDENING CONSTITUTIVE RELA-
ADVANCED SENSOR TECHNOLOGIES FOR MONITORING STRUCTURAL
TIONS ON WELD RESIDUAL STRESS SIMULATION OF DISSIMILAR METAL
INTEGRITYII
WELD
Developed by: V. Giurgiutiu, University Of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA J. Chen, G. Chen, X Yu, Z. Feng, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN,
Chair: V. Giurgiutiu, University Of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA USA; P. Crooker, Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA, USA
Co-Chair: P.-S. Lam, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA PVP2015-45834: CRACK GROWTH EVALUATION FOR CRACKED CARBON
PVP2015-45846: NON-CONTACT GAS ACCUMULATION DETECTION IN AND STAINLESS PIPES UNDER LARGE SEISMIC LOADING
WATER LOADED PIPES USING GUIDED WAVES Y. Yamaguchi, J. Katsuyama, Y. Li, K. Onizawa, Japan Atomic Energy Agency,
Z. Tian, X. Sun, L. Ma, L. Yu, University of South Carolina, Columbia, SC, USA Ibaraki, Japan
PVP2015-45845: GUIDED WAVE DAMAGE DETECTION IN POWER-PLANT- PVP2015-46011: INTEGRATED EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURES ASSESSING
TUBES BY USING NON-CONTACT MAGNETOSTRICTIVE TRANSDUCER AR- HYDROGEN INDUCED CRACKING SUSCEPTIBILITY
RAYS A. Fotouh, KBR Industrial, Edmonton, AB, Canada; R. El-Hebeary, Cairo Univer-
P. Guo, H. Li, North China Electric Power University, Beijing, China; Z. Tian, Uni-
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sity, Cairo, Giza, Egypt; M. El-Shennawy, Taif University, Al Huwaya, Taif, Saudi TWO-PHASE CROSS-FLOW
Arabia; D. Tulloch, KBR Canada, Edmonton, AB, Canada; J. Davio, KBR Industrial E. Deri, J. Nibas, O. Ries, A. Adobes, Electricit de France, Chatou, France
Canada, Edmonton, AB, Canada PVP2015-45250: AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF STEAM GENERATOR TUBE
LOADING DURING BLOWDOWN
SESSION 4.3C (DA-5-1)
O. Hamouda, D. S. Weaver, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada; J.
Thursday, July 23, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, White Hill
Riznic, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, Ottawa, ON, Canada
STRESS CLASSIFICATION AND DESIGN BY ANALYSIS METHODOLOGIES
PVP2015-45714: STREAMWISE DYNAMICS OF A TUBE ARRAY SUBJECTED
Developed by: Q. Ma, Walla Walla University, College Place, WA, USA TO TWO-PHASE CROSS-FLOWS
Chair: P. Gilles, AREVA, Paris La Dfense, France S. Olala, N. Mureithi, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Montreal, QC, Canada
Co-Chair: C. Basavaraju, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, North Potomac, PVP2015-45931: FLUIDELASTIC INSTABILITY IN TUBE ARRAYS SUBJECT
MD, USA TO TWO-PHASE CROSS FLOW: A POROUS MEDIUM APPROACH
PVP2015-45079: DESIGN BY ANALYSIS FOR THE ORTHOTROPIC COMPO- E. Tixier, C Beguin, S. Etienne, D. Pelletier, A. Hay, Ecole Polytechnique de Mon-
NENT OF CONICAL SHELL AND CYLINDRICAL SHELL BASED ON HILL 48 treal, Montral, QC, Canada
YIELD CRITERION
X. He, T. Yao, Y. Guo, C. Zhou, Nanjing Tech University, Nanjing, Jiangsu, China
SESSION 4.3F (CS-26-1)
PVP2015-45408: A COMPARISON OF DESIGN BY ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES Thursday, July 23, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Cambridge
FOR EVALUATING NOZZLE-TO-SHELL JUNCTIONS PER ASME SECTION DEVELOPMENT OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTORS FOR CODESI
VIII DIVISION 2 Co-Sponsored by Codes & Standards and Materials & Fabrication Technical
P. Prueter, R. Brown, The Equity Engineering Group, Inc., Shaker Heights, OH, Committees
USA Developed by: Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan; D. J. Shim,
PVP2015-45533: AN APPLICATION OF TWO STEP STRESS CLASSIFICATION Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus, Columbus,
APPROACH (PRIMARY STRUCTURE METHOD) FOR STRESS CLASSIFICA- OH, USA
TION AT CYLINDRICAL SHELLNOZZLE INTERSECTIONS SUBJECTED TO Chair: Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan
INTERNAL PRESSURE, RADIAL LOAD AND IN- AND OUT-OF-PLANE BEND- Co-Chair: D. J. Shim, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus,
ING MOMENTS Columbus, OH, USA
A. Bhattacharya, H. Patel, S. Patel, S. Bapat, CB&I UK Ltd, London, United King- PVP2015-45063: EVALUATION OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR INTERAC-
dom TIONS BETWEEN ADJACENT FLAWS WITH LARGE ASPECT RATIOS
K. Azuma, Nuclear Regulation Authority, Japan, Tokyo, Japan; Y. Li, Japan Atomic
SESSION 4.3D (FSI-3-11)
Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan; K. Hasegawa, Consultant, Hitachi Naka-shi, Japan
Thursday, July 23, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Whittier
PVP2015-45199: STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR HANDBOOKS- COMPARISON
FLOW INDUCED VIBRATIONREACTOR INTERNALS
OF RSE-M AND ASME XI CODES
Developed by: P. Moussou, Electricite de France, Clamart, France; S. Etienne, C. Faidy, CF Integrity Engineering, Tassin, France
Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Montral, QC, Canada; H. PVP2015-45788: BENCHMARK FOR THE CALCULATION OF QUASI-LAMI-
Goyder, Cranfield University, Shrivenham, United Kingdom; M. NAR ELLIPTICAL CRACKS INTERACTION UNDER BI-AXIAL LOADING
Hassan, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada P. Dulieu, V. Lacroix, Tractebel Engineering, Brussels, Belgium; D. J. Shim, F.
Chair: P. Moussou, Electricite de France, Clamart, France Brust, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus, Columbus, OH, USA
Co-Chair: M. Hassan, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada PVP2015-45575: VALIDATION OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR SOLUTIONS
PVP2015-45278: DEVELOPMENT OF AN ADVANCED PWR REACTOR INTER- IN xLPR VERSION 2.0 CODE
NALS SYSTEM FINITE ELEMENT MODEL FOR FLOW-INDUCED VIBRATION D. J. Shim, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus, Columbus, OH,
ANALYSES USA; J. Wallace, Nuclear Regulatory, Rockville, MD, USA; S. Kalyanam, Engi-
A. P. Walker, M. J. Palamara, S. D. Smith, R. A. Basel, G. A. Meyer, Westinghouse neering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus, Columbus, OH, USA; M. Benson,
Electric Company, Cranberry Township, PA, USA Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Rockville, MD, USA
PVP2015-45291: ANALYSIS OF DYNAMIC STRESS IN THE REACTOR CORE
BARREL DUE TO THE PRESSURE PULSATIONS.
SESSION 4.3G (MF-3-3)
I. Orynyak, I. Dubyk, A. Batura, Ipp-Centre Ltd, Kyiv, Ukraine Thursday, July 23, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Tremont
PVP2015-45862: CORE MECHANICAL DYNAMICS EXPERIMENT IN THE EFFECTS OF GASEOUS HYDROGEN ON PRESSURE VESSEL STEELS
PHNIX REACTOR Developed by: C. San Marchi, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA,
D. Broc, J. Cardolaccia, CEA Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France; L. Martin, J.-L. Portier, USA
CEA, Saint Paul lez Durance, France Chair: L. Briottet, French Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Com-
PVP2015-45069: CONSTRUCTION OF DYNAMIC MODEL FOR FREE STAND- mission (CEA), Grenoble, France
ING SPENT FUEL RACK UNDER SEISMIC EXCITATIONS Co-Chair: W. Yoru, The Japan Steel Works, Ltd., Muroran, Japan
S. Kaneko, H. Shirai, The University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan PVP2015-45742: HYDROGEN-ASSISTED CRACKING OF Cr-Mo STEEL IN
PVP2015-45904: 3D EFFECT IN FLUID FLOW DURING 2D VIBRATIONS: EX- SLOW STRAIN RATE TENSILE TEST WITH HIGH-PRESSURE GASEOUS HY-
PERIMENTAL AND NUMERICAL ANALYSIS OF FSI FOR AN ENCLOSED DROGEN
HEXAGONAL ASSEMBLY H. Matsunaga, M. Yoshikawa, R. Kondo, H. Itoga, J. Yamabe, Kyushu University,
L. Sargentini, B. Cariteau, J.-P. Magnaud, CEA-Saclay, Gif-sur-Yvette, France; A. Fukuoka, Japan
Monavon, Universit Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris, France; G. Artini, University of PVP2015-45328: FRACTURE PROPERTIES OF A Cr-Mo FERRITIC STEEL IN
Pisa, Pisa, Italy HIGH-PRESSURE GASEOUS HYDROGEN
T. Iijima, H. Itoga, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan; B. An, National Institute of
SESSION 4.3E (FSI-3-3)
Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Tsukuba, Japan; C. San Marchi, B.
Thursday, July 23, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill
Somerday, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA, USA
TUBE BUNDLESIII
PVP2015-45337: HYDROGEN ASSISTED CRACKING THRESHOLD OF HIGH-
Developed by: M. Hassan, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada STRENGTH LOW-ALLOY STEEL
Chair: M. Hassan, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, Canada Y. Yanagisawa, W. Yoru, The Japan Steel Works, Ltd., Muroran, Japan; T. Ohmi,
Co-Chair: T. Nakamura, Osaka Sangyo University, Daito, Osaka, Japan A. T. Yokobori Jr., Tohoku University, Sendai, Miyagi, Japan
PVP2015-45081: MEASUREMENT OF FLOW-INDUCED FORCES: A SINGLE PVP2015-45424: OPTIMIZING MEASUREMENT OF FATIGUE CRACK
FLEXIBLE TUBE IN A RIGID TRIANGULAR-PITCH BUNDLE SUBJECTED TO GROWTH RELATIONSHIPS FOR Cr-Mo PRESSURE VESSEL STEELS IN HY-
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DROGEN GAS SESSION 4.3K (MF-10-3)
B. Somerday, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA, USA; J. W. Felbaum, Thursday, July 23, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, St. James
Fiba Technologies Inc., Littleton, MA, USA; P. Bortot, TenarisDalmine, Dalmine, MECHANISTIC MODELLING OF MATERIALSIII
Italy
Developed by: A. Horn, Amec Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom
PVP2015-45267: HYDROGEN-ENHANCED FATIGUE OF A Cr-Mo STEEL
Chair: A. Horn, Amec Foster Wheeler, Warrington, United Kingdom
PRESSURE VESSEL
Co-Chair: R. J. Smith, University of Manchester, Manchester, United King-
L. Briottet, I. Moro, CEA, Grenoble, France; J. Furtado, Air Liquide R&D, Jouy-
dom
en-Josas, France; J. Solin, VTT, Espoo, Finland; P. Bortot, TenarisDalmine,
PVP2015-45010: DEVELOP AN EXCEL-BASED MODELING TOOL TO PRE-
Dalmine, Italy
DICT WELD AND HAZ COOLING RATE AND HARDNESS FOR PIPELINE
SESSION 4.3I (OAC-4-5) WELDING
Thursday, July 23, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Berkeley Y.-P. Yang, EWI, Columbus, OH, USA; Z. Cao, Advantech GS Enterprises, Inc.,
TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATIONMAINTENANCE, San Diego, CA, USA; J. Gould, T. McGaughy, J. Jennings, EWI, Columbus, OH,
AGING EFFECTS AND MANAGEMENT USA
Developed by: J. Ruiz, Technical University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain; J. Li, Ar- PVP2015-45994: A MACRO-MICRO MODEL OF FUSION ZONE MI-
gonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA CROSTRUCTURE EVOLUTION IN Mn-C LOW-ALLOY STEEL COUPLED
Chair: J. Ruiz, Technical University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain WITH THERMAL STRESS ANALYSIS
Co-Chair: J. Li, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA K. Kazemi, A. Artemev, Carleton University, Ottawa, ON, Canada; J. Zhou, Goldak
PVP2015-45643: ANTICIPATED IMPROVED PERFORMANCE OF ADVANCED Technologies Inc., Ottawa, ON, Canada; J. Goldak, Carleton University, Ottawa,
STEEL CLADDING UNDER LONG TERM DRY STORAGE OF USED FUEL ON, Canada
R. Rebak, S. Huang, GE Global Research, Schenectady, NY, USA PVP2015-45487: DEFORMATION CHARACTERISTICS OF A HIGH
PVP2015-45648: MAINTENANCE OF BOLTED CLOSURE FOR THE RA- CHROMIUM, POWER PLANT STEEL AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURES
DIOACTIVE MATERIALS CASK (Presentation Only) B. Golden, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland; D. Li, National University of
V. Shah, Z. Han, R. Fabian, B. Shelton, Y. Liu, Argonne National Laboratory, Ar- Ireland, Galway, Ireland; P. Tiernan, Limerick, Ireland; S. Scully, ESB Energy In-
gonne, IL, USA ternational, Dublin, Ireland; N. ODowd, University of Limerick, Limerick, Ireland
PVP2015-45917: PERFORMANCE OF BOLTED CLOSURE JOINT ELAS- PVP2015-45612: EFFECT OF HIGH TEMPERATURE CORROSION ON THE
TOMERS UNDER CASK AGING CONDITIONS SERVICE LIFE OF P91 PIPING IN BIOMASS CO-FIRING
C. Verst, T. E. Skidmore, R. L Sindelar, W. Daugherty, Savannah River National C. P OHagan, R. A. Barrett, S. Leen, National University of Ireland, Galway, Ire-
Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA land; R. Monaghan, Combustion Chemistry Centre, Galway, Ireland
PVP2015-45947: MONITORING HELIUM INTEGRITY IN WELDED CANISTERS SESSION 4.3L (CS-22-3)
Y. Liu, H. Tsai, M. Nutt, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, USA Thursday, July 23, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, 4th Floor, Franklin
SESSION 4.3J (CS-11-4) FRACTURE AND MECHANICAL PROPERTY PREDICTIONS BY SUB-SIZED
Thursday, July 23, 2:00 pm 3:45 pm, Mezzanine, Clarendon SPECIMENS FOR STANDARDSIII
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN CHINESE CODES AND STANDARDSSTRUC- Co-Sponsored by Codes & Standards and Materials & Fabrication Technical
TURAL INTEGRITY OF PRESSURE EQUIPMENT Committees
Developed by: C. Xuedong; F. Zhichao, Hefei General Machinery Research In- Developed by: M. Yamamoto, Central Research Institute of Electric Power In-
stitute, Hefei, China dustry, Yokosuka, Japan; W. Server, ATI Consulting, Black Moun-
Chair: C. Xuedong, Hefei General Machinery Research Institute, Hefei, tain, NC, USA
China Chair: M. Kamaya, Institute of Nuclear Safety System, Mikata-gun
Co-Chair: F. Zhichao, Hefei General Machinery Research Institute, Hefei, Fukui, Japan
China Co-Chair: J. Dzugan, Comtes FHT, Dobrany, Czech Republic
PVP2015-45870: DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW TYPE OF MAINTENANCE MAN- PVP2015-45339: EVALUATION OF FATIGUE DATA THROUGH MINIATURE
AGEMENT SYSTEM BASED ON RELIABILITY FOR ROTATING EQUIPMENTS SPECIMEN TEST TECHNIQUES.
IN TYPICAL PETROCHEMICAL PLANT R. Prakash, A. Kumar S, Indian Institute of Technology Madras, Chennai, India
X. Li, China Special Equipment Inspection & Research Institute, Beijing, China; PVP2015-45528: UTILIZATION OF SPT TECHNIQUES FOR EVALUATION OF
G. Jia, General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine CHANGES IN THE PROPERTIES OF THE VVER-440 REACTOR PRESSURE
of Peoples Republic of China, Beijing, China; H. Wang, W. Wang, China Special VESSEL STEELS AFTER THEIR IRRADIATION IN THE RESEARCH AND
Equipment Inspection & Research Institute, Beijing, China POWER REACTORS
PVP2015-45882: NUMERICAL SIMULATION INVESTIGATION ON EROSION M. Brezina, J. Petzova, M. Kapusnak, L. Kupca, VUJE, a.s., Trnava, Slovakia
OF THE ELBOW BASED ON THE SIMILARITY THEORY (Slovak Republic)
X. Li, China Special Equipment Inspection & Research Institute, Beijing, China; PVP2015-45539: APPLICATION OF SMALL PUNCH TESTING METHODS FOR
X. He, J. Li, China University of Petroleum-Beijing, Beijing, China THERMAL AGEING MONITORING AT PRIMARY CIRCUIT COMPONENTS IN
PVP2015-45352: STRUCTURAL DESIGN, MANUFACTURING AND MAINTE- NUCLEAR POWER PLANT
NANCE TECHNOLOGY OF FLANGE SEAL FOR PRESSURE EQUIPMENT J. Petzova, M. Brezina, M. Kapusnak, L. Kupca, VUJE, a.s., Trnava, Slovakia
BASED ON LEAK RATE CONTROL (Slovak Republic)
C. Xuedong, C. Jun, L. Yunrong, F. Zhichao, Hefei General Machinery Research
Institute, Hefei, Anhui, China No text
PVP2015-45827: THERMAL STRESS ANALYSIS OF CONVEX TUBE SHEET Block 4.4: Thursday, July 23 (4:00 pm 5:45 pm)
IN NEW TYPE OF HEAT RECOVERY BOILER No text
Z. Liu, K. Wang, W. Xu, M. Liu, Zhengzhou University, Zhengzhou, China SESSION 4.4A (OAC-6-3)
PVP2015-45892: FAILURE ANALYSIS OF A CRACKED OUTLET ELBOW IN Thursday, July 23, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Arlington
COAL GASIFICATION UNIT REPAIR TECHNOLOGYWELD REPAIRS, USE OF COMPOSITE MATERI-
W. Liu, S. Shao, J. Shi, Z. Yang, China Special Equipment Inspection and Re- ALS, DESIGN OF CLAMPS AND TEMPORARY REPAIRS
search Institute, Beijing, China; Q. Chen, SINOPEC Hubei Chemical Fertilizer
Company, Zhijiang, China Developed by: A. Cheta, Shell Exploration and Production Company, Houston,
TX, USA; Y. Shoji, YS Corporation LLC, Tokyo, Japan
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Chair: A. Cheta, Shell Exploration and Production Company, Houston, SESSION 4.4F (CS-26-2)
TX, USA Thursday, July 23, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Cambridge
Co-Chair: Y. Shoji, YS Corporation LLC, Tokyo, Japan DEVELOPMENT OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTORS FOR CODESII
PVP2015-45049: RESEARCH OF SEALING PROPERTY TO SUBSEA OIL AND Co-Sponsored by Codes & Standards and Materials & Fabrication Technical
GAS PIPELINE REPAIR CLAMP Committees
B. Zhao, H. Zhu, China University of Petroleum, Beijing, China; S. Zhang, CNOOC
Developed by: D. J. Shim, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus,
Safety Technology Services Co., Ltd, Tianjin, China; J. Zhang, China University
Columbus, OH, USA; Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki,
of Petroleum, Beijing, China; D. Tang, CNPC Research Institute of Engineering
Japan
Technology, Tianjin, China
Chair: D. J. Shim, Engineering Mechanics Corporation of Columbus,
PVP2015-45407: DESIGN PROCEDURE OF SPRING WASHERS FOR
Columbus, OH, USA
FLANGED JOINTS
Co-Chair: Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy Agency, Ibaraki, Japan
M. Shatla, Shell, Aberdeen, United Kingdom
PVP2015-45037: COMPARATIVE STUDIES OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTORS
PVP2015-45441: WEB BASED SOFTWARE FOR QUICK SCREENING OF
FOR NOZZLE CORNER CRACKS AND FLAT PLATE CRACKS
PIPEWORK VIBRATION THREATS IN LNG PLANTS
S. Smith, J. Holliday, Bechtel Marine Propulsion Corporation, West Mifflin, PA,
G. Lee, Royal Dutch Shell, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
USA
SESSION 4.4D (FSI-3-13) PVP2015-45048: DEVELOPMENT OF STRESS INTENSITY FACTORS FOR
Thursday, July 23, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Whittier DEEP SURFACE CRACKS IN PIPES AND PLATES
SELECTED TOPICS IN FSI K. Hasegawa, Consultant, Hitachi Naka-shi, Japan; Y. Li, Japan Atomic Energy
Developed by: H. Goyder, Cranfield University, Shrivenham, United Kingdom; Agency, Ibaraki, Japan
S. Etienne, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Montral, QC, PVP2015-45378: STRESS INTENSIFICATION FACTOR FOR LARGE DIAME-
Canada TER WELDING TEE CONNECTIONS
Chair: H. Goyder, Cranfield University, Shrivenham, United Kingdom S. Ranjbaran, Sazeh Consultants Engineering & Construction, Tehran, Iran; A. D.
Co-Chair: M. Pettigrew, Canadian Nuclear Laboratories, Chalk River, ON, Ghalelar, Nargan Engineers & Constructors, Tehran, Iran
Canada PVP2015-45517: STRESS INTENSITY FACTOR AND ELASTIC COD FOR CIR-
PVP2015-45107: PROPOSED CHANGES TO THE ASME BOILER AND PRES- CUMFERENTIAL THROUGH-WALL CRACKS IN THE INTERFACE BETWEEN
SURE VESSEL CODE SECTION III APPENDIX N FOR FLOW-INDUCED VI- AN ELBOW AND A STRAIGHT PIPE UNDER INTERNAL PRESSURE
BRATIONS Y.-Y. Jang, N.-S. Huh, Seoul National University of Science and Technology,
G. A. Banyay, G. A. Meyer, A. P. Walker, Westinghouse Electric Company, Cran- Korea, Korea (Republic); J.-U. Jeong, Sungkyunkwan University, Suwon, Korea
berry Township, PA, USA (Republic); W.-Y. Cho, K.-S. Kim, POSCO Global R&D Center, Incheon, Korea
PVP2015-45418: DYNAMIC STABILITY IDENTIFICATION OF A FULL-SCALE (Republic)
TAINTER-GATE AND EXTENSION OF GATE-OPENING RANGE FOR OPER- SESSION 4.4G (MF-3-4)
ATION Thursday, July 23, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Tremont
K. Anami, Ashikaga Institute of Technology, Ashikaga, Tochigi, Japan; N. Ishii, HYDROGEN INFRASTRUCTURE
Osaka Electro-Communication University, Neyagawa, Osaka, Japan; C. Knisely,
Developed by: C. San Marchi, Sandia National Laboratories, Livermore, CA,
Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA, USA
USA
PVP2015-45627: VALIDATION OF FRICTION MODEL PARAMETERS IDENTI-
Chair: J. Ronevich, Sandia National Laboratory, Livermore, CA, USA
FIED USING THE INVERSE HARMONIC BALANCE METHOD
Co-Chair: U. B. Baek, Korean Research Institute of Standards and Science,
A. Hadji, N. Mureithi, cole Polytechnique De Montral, Montreal, QC, Canada
Taejon, Korea (Republic)
PVP2015-45144: COMPUTATION OF A LOOSELY SUPPORTED TUBE UNDER
PVP2015-45242: MEASUREMENTS OF FATIGUE CRACK GROWTH RATES
CROSS-FLOW BY A HYBRID TIME-FREQUENCY METHOD
OF THE HEAT-AFFECTED ZONES OF WELDS OF PIPELINE STEELS
P. Piteau, L. Borsoi, X. Delaune, I. Politopoulos, CEA, Gif-sur-Yvette, France; J.
A. Slifka, E. Drexler, National Institute of Standards and Technology, Boulder, CO,
Antunes, Universidade de Lisboa, Sacavem, Portugal
USA; D. Lauria, Laboratory Automation, Inc., Boulder, CO, USA; R. Amaro, Col-
SESSION 4.4E (FSI-3-6) orado School of Mines, Golden, CO, USA; L. Hayden, Hayden Associates, Beth-
Thursday, July 23, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, 4th Floor, Beacon Hill lehem, PA, USA
NOISE AND ACOUSTICSIII PVP2015-45475: A STUDY ON MECHANICAL PROPERTY FOR API X 70
Developed by: S. Ziada, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada; A. Mo- STEEL WELDMENT AT HIGH PRESSURE GASEOUS HYDROGEN.
hany, University of Ontario institute of Technology, Whitby, ON, U. B. Baek, H. M. Lee, S. H. Nahm, S. W. Baek, Korea Research Institute of Stan-
Canada dards and Science, Daejeon, Korea (Republic)
Chair: S. Ziada, McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, Canada PVP2015-45723: ON THE MATERIAL QUALIFICATION AND STRENGTH DE-
Co-Chair: A. Mohany, University of Ontario institute of Technology, Whitby, SIGN FOR HYDROGEN SERVICE
ON, Canada J. Yamabe, H. Matsunaga, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan; Y. Furuya, National
PVP2015-45507: UNCERTAINTY QUANTIFICATION OF AEROACOUSTIC Institute For Materials Science, Tsukuba-shi, Japan; S. Matsuoka, Kyushu Uni-
POWER SOURCES IN CORRUGATED PIPES versity, Fukuoka, Japan
M. Swamy, P. S. Omrani, N. Gonzlez Dez, TNO, Delft, Netherlands PVP2015-45336: DEVELOPMENT OF A MODIFIED A286 ALLOY WITH IM-
PVP2015-45650: PARAMETRIC INVESTIGATION OF THE FLOW-EXCITED PROVED STRENGTH AT ELEVATED TEMPERATURE AND EVALUATION OF
ACOUSTIC RESONANCE FROM MULTIPLE INLINE CYLINDERS IN CROSS ITS HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT SUSCEPTIBILITY
FLOW S. Sato, R. Kayano, K. Takasawa, The Japan Steel Works, Muroran-shi, Japan
M. Shaaban, A. Mohany, University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, SESSION 4.4I (OAC-4-6)
ON, Canada Thursday, July 23, 4:00 pm 5:45 pm, Mezzanine, Berkeley
PVP2015-45494: DIRECT MEASUREMENTS OF ACOUSTIC DAMPING AND TOXIC SUBSTANCES: STORAGE & TRANSPORTATIONGENERAL TOPICS
SOUND AMPLIFICATION IN CORRUGATED PIPES WITH FLOW OF STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION
J. Golliard, S. Belfroid, O. Vijlbrief, TNO, Delft, Netherlands; K. Lunde, Statoil,
Developed by: M. Feldman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN,
Stavanger, Norway
USA

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Chair: M. Feldman, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN,
USA
Co-Chair: S. Hensel, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
PVP2015-45816: ONSITE TRANSPORTATION OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIALS
AT THE SAVANNAH RIVER SITE
R. Watkins, E. Opperman, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, SC, USA
PVP2015-45818: EXAMPLES OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL ONSITE TRANS-
PORTATION AT THE SAVANNAH RIVER SITE (Presentation Only)
R. Watkins, E. Opperman, Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, Aiken, SC, USA;
S. Hensel, Savannah River National Laboratory, Aiken, SC, USA
PVP2015-45872: UNIT DOSE FACTORS FOR TRANSPORTATION OF RA-
DIOACTIVE MATERIALS
K. Connolly, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA; E. Kalinina,
Sandia National Laboratories, Albuquerque, NM, USA
PVP2015-45921: LAYING THE GROUNDWORK FOR A LARGE-SCALE SPENT
NUCLEAR FUEL TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM
M. Feldman, K. Connolly, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN, USA
PVP2015-45955: APPLICATION OF THE ASME CODE TO RADIOACTIVE MA-
TERIAL PACKAGING/CASKLESSONS LEARNED FROM THE 2014 DOE
TRAINING COURSE
Z. Han, R. Fabian, R. Pope, Y. Liu, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL,
USA; J. Shuler, U.S. Department of Energy, Washington, D.C., DC, USA

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CHAIR/CO-CHAIR, DEVELOPERS, PLENARY SPEAKERS, TUTORIAL SPEAKERS
NAME TITLE SESSION NAME TITLE SESSION
Adibi-Asl, R. Co-Ch, Dev 1.1G, 1.3G, 2.4E Gilles, P. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.4M, 2.2M, 3.1A, 3.2A, 4.1A,
Aida, K. Co-Ch 2.3O 4.2M, 4.3B, 4.3C
An, B. Co-Ch 3.1G Gilman, T. Ch, Dev 4.2H
Arastu, A. Dev 1.3L Giurgiutiu, V. Ch, Dev 4.1O, 4.2O
Arnold, J. L. Ps, Ch, Dev 2.1Q, 2.2Q, 2.3D, 2.4D Goldak, J. Ch 1.1G
Asada, S. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.4A, 2.1B, 2.2B, 2.4B, 3.1J, 3.2E Gould, S. Co-Ch 2.3K, 3.1K
Azadi-Borujeni, B. Ch 1.3G, 1.4O Gourdin, C. Co-Ch 3.2A
Babbini, A. Co-Ch 2.2E Goyder, H. Ch, Dev 2.4A, 4.3D, 4.4D
Baek, U. B. Co-Ch 4.4G Greiner, M. Ch, Dev 3.2I
Balch, D. K. Co-Ch 3.2G Griesbach, T. Ch, Dev 2.3I
Baliga, R. Ch, Co-Ch 1.1E, 1.3E, 2.1H, 2.2H Gross, D. Ch, Dev 3.1M
Barnes, R. Ch, Dev 1.1F, 2.1D, 2.2D Guenther, K. Dev 4.2A
Basavaraju, C. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.1H, 2.4H, 4.3C Gurdal, R. Ch, Dev 1.4G
Baulch, J. Dev 4.2A Hafner, R. S. Dev 1.4L, 2.1L, 2.2L, 2.3L
Bausman, A. Co-Ch, Dev 2.1C Hamelin, C. Ch 2.3M
Bees, W. Ps 0.3Q Han, Z. Co-Ch 3.1I
Belfroid, S. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.3D, 3.2D, 4.2D Hannink, M. H. C. Co-Ch 4.1A
Bezdikian, G. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.3N, 2.4N, 4.2E, 4.2F Hantz, B. Dev 4.2A
Bezensek, B. Dev 2.4J, 4.2G Hardin, T. Co-Ch 2.2J
Bobbitt, J. Dev 2.1N Hari, Y. Ch, Dev 1.4E
Bosko, D. Co-Ch 1.1H, 1.3H, 1.4H Harris, S. Dev 1.3O
Bouzid, H. Co-Ch, Dev 1.1C, 1.3C, 2.3G Hasegawa, K. Co-Ch, Dev 4.1H
Briottet, L. Ch 4.3G Hassan, M. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 4.3D, 4.3E
Brown, G. J. Ps 1.2X Hassan, T. Co-Ch 3.1B, 3.2B
Brown, W. Ch, Dev 2.2C, 2.3C, 2.4C Heinz, B. Co-Ch 4.2H
Brumovsky, M. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.2N, 3.1O, 4.1E Hensel, S. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.3L, 3.1I, 4.4I
Brust, F. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.3M, 1.4M, 2.1M Hijazi, I. Co-Ch 4.1N
Bursi, O. S. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev, Ts 2.1I, 2.3Q, 2.4Q, 4.1B, 4.2B Hoang, P. Ch, Dev 4.1H
Chao, W. Co-Ch 4.1F Hock, G. Co-Ch 4.2M
Chao, Y. J. Ch, Dev 2.3G, 4.1F Hojo, K. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.3I, 2.4I
Chen, Z. Co-Ch 4.2J Horn, A. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.1N, 4.1K, 4.2K, 4.3K
Cheta, A. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 4.2A, 4.4A, 4.3A Hosseinzadeh, F. Co-Ch, Dev 4.3B
Cicero, S. Co-Ch 3.1A Hutchison, E. Co-Ch 4.2F
Cipolla, R. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 3.1C, 3.2C Inaba, K. Ch, Dev 3.1N, 3.2N
Cohn, M. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.3F, 1.4F Inada, F. Dev 2.3A
Coppola, T. Dev 4.1G Ito, T. Co-Ch, Dev 1.3I, 2.3O, 2.4O
Cory, Jr, J. Dev 2.1S, 2.2S, 2.3S, s.4S Itoh, S. Dev 3.1N, 3.2N
Courtin, S. Dev 3.1A, 3.2A, 4.1A Iwamatsu, F. Co-Ch, Dev 2.4J
Crane, R. Ch, Dev, Co-Ch, Dev 3.1C, 3.2C Iyama, H. Dev 3.1N, 3.2N
Davies, C. M. Ch, Dev 2.2K, 2.3K, 2.4K, 3.1K Iyer, S. Ch, Co-Ch 2.1K, 2.3L
de Jesus, A. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.4G, 4.1G Jamalyaria, E. Dev 4.2A
Dedhia, D. Ts 1.3Q, 1.4Q James, P. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.4L, 2.2K, 3.1H, 3.2H, 4.2K
Dennis, R. Ch, Dev 2.3K, 2.4K, 3.1K Jaske, C. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.1S, 1.2S, 1.3F, 1.3S, 1.4F, 1.4S
Dingreville, R. Ts 1.3Q, 1.4Q Jia, G. Ch, Dev 4.2J
Doddihal, P. Co-Ch 2.2G, 4.1M Jo, J. C. Ch, Dev 1.1L, 1.3L
Donato, G. H. B. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.4G, 4.1G Kaiktsis, L. Co-Ch, Dev 3.1N, 3.2N
Dozaki, K. Dev 4.1M Kalyanam, S. Dev 1.3N
Duan, X. Ts 1.3Q, 1.4Q Kamaya, M. Ch 4.3L
Duncan, A. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.3O, 2.1N, 3.1E Kaneko, S. Ch 2.2A
Dzugan, J. Co-Ch 4.3L Kang, K. Ch 4.2E
Etienne, S. Co-Ch, Dev 2.2A, 3.1D, 4.3D, 4.4D Karamanos, S. Co-Ch, Dev 1.3I, 1.4I, 2.1I
Ezekoye, I. Ch, Dev 2.2N, 3.1O, 4.1E Karpanan, K. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.1A, 1.3A, 3.2F
Feldman, F. Ch, Dev 4.4I Keim, E. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.3M, 2.1M, 2.2M, 2.3M, 3.1H, 3.2H
Finneran, S. Ch, Dev 1.1H, 1.3H, 1.4H Keltjens, J. Ch, Dev 2.3F
Fujita, K. Ch, Dev 1.1O Kerr, M. Dev 4.3B
Fujita, S. Ch, Dev 1.1B, 1.3B Kim, M. Dev 2.4A
Fukuoka, T. Co-Ch, Dev 4.2C Kim, Y. J. Dev 2.2K
Furuya, O. Ch, Dev 1.1B, 1.3B, 1.4B Kirk, M. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.2J, 2.4I, 3.1J, 3.2L
Garud, Y. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.4J, 2.1J Kisisel, I. T. Ch, Dev 1.4I
Geng, J. Dev 3.2M Kobayashi, T. Ch, Dev 1.4C
Giacomelli, E. Ch, Dev 2.1E, 2.2E, 2.4M Kwon, Y. Ch 2.1A
Giannopapa, C. G. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.1A, 2.1L, 2.4A, 3.1N, 3.2N Kytka, M. Co-Ch 2.2N, 4.1E
Gill, P. Co-Ch 4.2G Lam, P.-S. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.1G, 2.2G, 2.3G, 3.1E, 4.1F,
4.1O, 4.2O
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CHAIR/CO-CHAIR, DEVELOPERS, PLENARY SPEAKERS, TUTORIAL SPEAKERS
NAME TITLE SESSION NAME TITLE SESSION
Laurinat, J. Co-Ch, Dev 1.1J, 1.3J Robin, V. Ch, Dev 4.2M
Leen, S. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.3O, 1.4L Rodery, C. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.1K, 1.3K, 1.4K, 2.2C, 2.3C,
Lejeune, H. Co-Ch, Dev 4.1C 2.4C, 2.4D
Levine, H. Ch, Dev 3.2M Ronevich, J. Ch 4.4G
Li, B. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.2H, 2.3H, 2.4H Rudland, D. Dev, Ts 1.3Q, 1.4M, 1.4Q, 2.3M, 4.3B
Li, J. Co-Ch 4.3I Rudolph, J. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.1M, 2.4E, 3.1A
Li, W. Co-Ch 3.1F Ruggles-Wrenn, M. Dev 1.2X
Li, Y. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.3J, 2.4L, 3.1J, 3.2J, 4.3F, 4.4F Ruiz, J. Ch, Dev 4.3I
Ligon, T. Co-Ch 3.1M San Marchi, C. Ch, Dev 2.1N, 3.1G, 3.2G, 4.3G, 4.4G
Liu, Y. Ch, Dev 4.2I Sawa, T. Ch, Dev 1.1C, 1.3C
Lucon, E. Ch 4.2L Scarth, D. Dev 2.2G, 3.2C
Ma, Q. Dev 4.3C Schaaf, M. Ch, Dev 4.1C
Maekawa, A. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.1O, 2.2I Segall, A. Ch, Dev 2.1K
Maggi, C. Co-Ch 2.4M Seipp, T. Ch, Dev, Co-Ch 1.3E, 1.1E, 2.1F, 2.4F
Malavasi, S. Co-Ch, Dev 3.1N, 3.2N Server, W. Co-Ch, Dev 3.1L, 3.2L, 4.1L, 4.2L, 4.3L
Martin, C. S. Ch 1.1L Sham, T. Co-Ch 1.1F, 2.1D, 2.2D
Matsuoka, T. Co-Ch, Dev 1.1B, 1.3B Sharples, J. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.3E, 2.4J.4.2G
McCracken, S. Ch 4.1M Sherry, A. Ch 4.2K
McGill, R. Dev 1.4G Shi, J. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.3E, 4.1J
McGuffie, S. Ch, Dev 3.2O Shim, D. J. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.3N, 2.4L, 4.3B, 4.3F, 4.4F
Megens, B. Co-Ch 2.3F Shoji, Y. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.2L, 4.2A, 4.3A, 4.4A
Mehta, H. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.4A, 2.1B, 2.3B, 3.2E, 2.4B Slagis, G. Ch, Dev 2.1I, 3.1B, 3.2B
Mertiny, P. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.1N, 1.3N Smith, A. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 3.2I, 4.1I
Miller, E. Co-Ch 2.1E Smith, R. J. Ch, Co-Ch 4.1A, 4.1K, 4.3K
Minagawa, K. Ch, Dev 2.3O, 2.4O Sommerville, D. Co-Ch, Dev 3.2M
Miura, N. Ch, Dev 3.2J, 4.1L Sone, A. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.1B, 1.3B, 1.4B
Miura, Y. Co-Ch 4.2L Song, S. Co-Ch, Dev 1.1K, 1.4K
Mohanty, S. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.1M, 2.2B, 2.3B Spekkens, P. Ps 1.2X
Mohany, A. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.3D, 4.1D, 4.4E Steininger, D. Co-Ch, Dev 1.4J
Moinereau, D. Co-Ch, Dev 3.1H, 3.2H Stevens, G. Dev 1.4A, 2.1B, 2.2B, 2.3B, 2.4B, 3.2E
Moody, F. Co-Ch, Dev 1.1L Subramanian, K. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.1A, 1.3A, 2.1F, 2.1H, 2.2F,
Mostafa, H. Ps 0.2Q 2.2H, 2.3H, 2.4F
Mourad, A.-H. I. Dev 2.3G Swindeman, R. Ch, Dev 3.2K
Moussou, P. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.4D, 2.1A, 2.2A, 4.3D Taagepera, J. Ch, Co-ch, Ps 1.3K, 1.4K, 2.1Q, 2.2Q, 2.3D
Mureithi, N. Ch, Dev 3.1D, 4.2D Takamizawa, H. Co-Ch 3.1L
Nagata, S. Co-Ch, Dev 1.4C Takaya, S. Co-Ch, Dev 3.2O
Nakamura, I. Co-Ch 3.2J Taniguchi, T. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.3I, 2.1I, 2.2I
Nakamura, T. Co-Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.1D, 4.3E Tijsseling, A. Co-Ch, Dev 1.3L
Nanstad, R. Co-Ch, Dev 1.4N Todd, T. Dev 1.1S, 1.2S, 1.3S, 1.4S
Nassar, S. Ch, Dev 4.2C Tsai, C.-S. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.1O, 1.3B, 1.4B, 2.1I, 2.2L
Nicak, T. Ch, Dev 3.1H, 3.2H Uddin, M. Ch, Co-Ch 1.1N, 1.3N
Nikbin, K. Ch, Dev 1.1I, 2.3J Van Beek, P. Ch 3.2A
Nishihara, T. Co-Ch 2.3A Van Zyl, G. Ch, Dev 2.2C, 2.2F
Nitzel, M. Dev 1.3I, 1.4L, 2.1L, 2.2L, 2.3L Viehrig, H.-W. Ch 3.1L
Noble, R. Ch 2.2C Vlaicu, D. Dev 1.1E, 1.3E
ODowd, N. Ch 2.1L Wang, J. Co-Ch, Dev 2.1G, 3.1E
Paolacci, F. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev, Ts 2.3O, 2.3Q, 2.4O, 2.4Q, Wasylyk, A. Dev 2.1N
4.1B, 4.2B Watanabe, T. Dev 3.1N, 3.2N
Papadakis, G. Dev 3.1N, 3.2N Waterland, A. F. Ch, Dev 2.1C
Park, D.-Y. Ch, Co-Ch 2.1O, 2.2O Watson, H. Dev 1.3O
Park, Y. Ch, Dev 4.1N Weaver, D. S. Ch, Dev 1.1D, 1.4D, 2.3A
Peters, D. Ch, Dev 3.2F Wei, Z. Co-Ch, Dev 1.1I
Pettigrew, M. J. Co-Ch, Ts 3.1Q, 3.2Q, 4.4D Wiersma, B. Dev 1.3F, 1.4F
Polasik, S. Dev 1.1I, 2.2O Xu, F. Dev 1.4O
Prueter, P. Ch, Dev 3.1F Xu, S. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.4G, 2.1J, 2.2J
Purtscher, P. Co-Ch 2.4N Xuedong; C. Ch, Dev 4.3J
Qian, G. Ch, Dev 4.1F Yamabe, Y. Ch 3.2G
Qian, H. Co-Ch 2.4K, 3.1K Yamamoto, M. Co-Ch, Dev 3.1L, 3.2L, 4.1L, 4.2L, 4.3L
Rebak, R. Co-Ch, Dev 2.1N, 4.2I Yoru, W. Co-Ch 4.3G
Reich, A. Ch, Dev 1.1J, 1.3J Younan, M. Ch, Dev 0.2Q, 0.3Q, 1.3Q, 1.4Q, 2.1Q, 2.2Q,
Reinhardt, W. Co-Ch, Dev 1.1G, 1.3G, 1.4O, 2.4E 2.3Q, 2.4Q, 3.1Q, 3.2Q
Relangi, R. Co-Ch 1.4E Young, G. G. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.3N, 2.4N, 4.2E, 4.2F
Ren, W. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 1.4N, 3.2K Zencker, U. Co-Ch 4.1I
Roberts, S. Ps 2.1Q, 2.2Q Zheng, J. Ch, Dev 4.1J
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NAME TITLE SESSION
Zhichao, F. Co-Ch, Dev 4.3J
Zhu, X.-K. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 2.1O, 2.2O, 4.1F
Ziada, S. Ch, Co-Ch, Dev 3.2D, 4.1D, 4.4E

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AUTHOR INDEX
NAME SESSION NAME SESSION NAME SESSION
Abali, E. 2.3O Babbini, A. 2.1E, 3.2O Blom, F. 1.4A, 4.1A
Abbiati, G. 4.1B Bache, M. 1.3O Bogaert, A.-S. 2.4J
Abdul Hamid, Z. M. 4.2K Bae, K.-H. 4.2K Bolduc, M. 1.3D
Abe, N. 1.4B Baek, S. W. 4.4G Bonne, D. 2.2K
Abe, S. 2.2B, 3.2A Baek, U. B. 4.4G Booker, J. D. 2.3G
Abi Shdid, C. 1.3E Bagagli, R. 2.2E Booth, S. 4.1A
Achary, G. G. S. 1.1F Bahn, C. B. 1.1M Brjesson, A. 2.3H
Adachi, H. 4.1M Baier, H. 1.1N Borodii, M. 1.1J
Adams, J. 1.3O Baj, F. 1.1D, 2.1L, 3.2N Borradaile, J. B. 1.3O
Adams, T. 1.1F, 2.2H, 2.3H, 3.2B Bakalis, K. 4.1B Borsoi, L. 4.4D
Adibi-Asl, R. 1.3G, 2.4E Balch, D. K. 3.1G Bortot, P. 4.3G
Adkins, H. 3.1I, 3.2I Balduzzi, F. 3.2O Bosch, A. 4.1A
Adobes, A. 1.1D, 4.3E Balestreri, F. 2.2G Bosco, B. 4.2M
Ahn, H.-J. 1.4M Bamford, W. 3.2C Bosko, D. 1.4F
Ai, G. 4.1J Bandyopadhyay, M. 1.4K Bouchard, P. J. 1.4F, 1.4M, 2.3L
Ainsworth, R. 2.1G, 2.2G, 2.3G, 2.3H, 4.1E Bannister, A. 4.2K Bourgeois, M. 3.2H
Akanni, J. 4.1E Banothu, R. 1.1F Bouzid, H. 1.4K, 2.3G, 4.1C
Akbas, B. 2.3O, 4.2B Banyay, G. A. 4.4D Bozkus, Z. 1.1L
Akhtar, W. 3.1F Bao, C. 1.4H Bradai, S. 3.1A
Akula, V. 1.1N, 2.1F Bao, J. 4.1O Brar, G. 1.4E
Al Mamun, A. 2.3L Bao, S. 1.1E, 1.3C Braverman, J. I. 1.3I
Alam, M. M. 4.1D Bapat, S. 1.3E, 4.3C Brezina, M. 4.3L
Alba, D. R. 2.1N Barrett, K. 2.1N Briottet, L. 4.3G
Al-Badour, F. 1.4N Barrett, P. 2.1K Broc, D. 4.3D
Alessandri, S. 1.4B Barrett, R. A. 2.1K, 3.1A, 4.3K Brongers, M. 1.3F
Ali El-Bagory, T. 1.3H Bartlett, T. 3.2F Brosse, A. 4.2M
Ali, M. Y. 2.2G Bartosiewicz, Y. 1.3L Broussard, J. 1.3M
Alleshwaram, A. 2.1B, 2.3I Basel, R. A. 4.3D Brown, A. 2.1M
Allison, T. C. 2.4H Bass, B. R. 2.4L Brown, R. 3.2A, 4.3C
Alonge, O. 4.1E Bath, W. P. 2.4G Brown, W. 2.2C, 2.4F
Alsoruji, G. 2.2M Battista, R. C. 4.2D Bruce, B. 2.2O
Altstadt, E. 3.2L Batura, A. 4.2D, 4.3D Bruckmueller, F. M. 4.2E
lvarez, J. A. 3.1A Baulch, J. 4.2A Brumovsky, M. 2.2N, 3.1L, 3.2L, 4.1L
Amaro, R. 4.4G Bausman, A. 1.3C Brust, F. 2.3I, 2.4L, 4.2G, 4.3F
An, B. 3.2G, 4.3G Bayraktarli, Y. 1.3I Budden, P. 4.2G, 4.2K
Anami, K. 4.4D Bedeaux, T. 2.1D Buennagel, E. 4.2E
Ancelet, O. 1.1H, 3.2H Beghini, L. 2.1M Buhr, C. 4.2E
Angles, J. 3.2G Beguin, C. 4.3E Bukowski, J. 1.3O
Antaki, G. 1.4G Belfroid, S. 3.2D, 4.4E Bumbieler, F. 2.1H
Antunes, J. 2.4A, 4.4D Bello, R. 2.4F Bunch, P. 3.2F
Arai, M. 4.2E Benaouicha, M. 3.2N Burr, J. 1.1H
Arai, T. 2.1B Benhamadouche, S. 2.4A Bursi, O. S. 4.1B
Arakawa, M. 1.4J Benoit, G. 3.2G Buy, F. 3.1G
Araque, E. 2.2F, 2.4F Benson, M. 1.3M, 4.3F Caglar, M. 4.2B
Archibald, K. 2.1N Berger, D. 2.1D Cai, L. 1.4H
Arezina, M. 4.1D Bergholz, S. 4.2H Cao, H. 1.3J
Armand, G. 2.1H Berglund, T. 2.1N Cao, L. 3.1K, 4.1J
Arnez, J. 1.3K Berland, J. 1.1D Cao, M. 1.1E
Arnold, J. 2.3D, 2.4D Berro, H. 4.2D Cao, Y. 4.1F
Arnold, S. 2.2H Besuijen, W. 4.1A Cao, Z. 4.3K
Artemev, A. 4.3K Betervide, A. 4.2G Caputo, A. C. 1.4I
Artini, G. 4.3D Bettell, B. 1.4E Caracoglia, L. 4.1B
Arun, S. 4.1K Bezdikian, G. 4.2F Cardolaccia, J. 1.1D, 4.3D
Arzaghi, M. 3.2G Bhattacharya, A. 1.3E, 4.3C Cariteau, B. 4.3D
Asada, S. 2.3B Billone, M. 4.2I Carrascal, I. 3.1A
Asadi, M. 2.2M Bilotta, G. 3.2G Carter, K. F. 2.3H
Asadkarami, A. 2.4E Birtel, V. 3.2B Carucci, V. 1.1K
Asaoka, S. 1.3B Bissett, D. C. 2.1C Cavalcante, F. G. 4.1G
Ashida, Y. 4.1G Blanding, J. 2.2E Cedat, D. 2.1B
Askew, N. 4.1I Blsius, C. 3.1M Cerkovnik, M. 3.1F
Aumuller, J. 1.1K Blasset, S. 3.2H Chai, J.-F. 4.2B
Ayri, A. D. 1.4E Blatman, G. 2.3B Chaise, T. 4.2M
Azadi Borujemi, B. 2.4E Blat-Yrieix, M. 2.2K Champliaud, H. 1.4O
Azuma, K. 4.3F Blessinger, C. 3.1I Chandiramani, D. 1.4E
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AUTHOR INDEX
NAME SESSION NAME SESSION NAME SESSION
Chang, K. C. 1.3B de Haan -de Wilde, F. H. E. 1.4A Fan, J. 4.1C
Chang, Y. 1.4L, 2.1H de Jesus, A. 4.1G Fang, X. 3.1O
Chao, Y. J. 2.4G, 4.1F de Jong, A. 4.1A Faraz, U. 1.1F
Chaowen, L. 1.4N de la Burgade, F. 2.2K Farrell, R. 3.1O
Chapetti, M. D. 4.1E De Ridder, J. 3.2N Felbaum, J. W. 4.3G
Chapuliot, S. 3.1F, 3.1H, 3.2H De Waele, W. 2.3L Feldman, M. 4.4I
Charest, J. 1.1J Dean, D. W. 2.3K Feldstein, J. 2.1D
Chatzopoulou, G. 1.3E Deane, P. 2.4H Feng, J. 4.1J, 4.1N
Chen, C. 2.1I Dedhia, D. 2.3I Feng, Zhe. 1.4O
Chen, G. 4.3B Degroote, J. 3.2N Feng, Zhi. 2.3M, 4.3B
Chen, H.-C. 2.3O Delaune, X. 4.4D Fenton, M. 3.1B
Chen, Jia. 4.3B Delle Site, C. 2.3E Fernandes, A. 4.1G
Chen, Jie 1.1K Delvallee-Nunio, I. 2.2G Ferng, Y.-M. 1.1J
Chen, Ka. 2.1I Deng, G. 4.1J, 4.1N Ferrara, G. 3.2O
Chen, Ku. 3.1O Deri, E. 1.1D, 4.3E Ferrarese, G. 3.1N
Chen, P. 1.4K Dewees, D. 1.3G Fissolo, A. 3.2A
Chen, Qia. 3.2G Dickson, T. 2.3N, 2.4I, 2.4L Ford, M. 4.1K
Chen, Qiu. 4.3J Dingreville, R. 2.3J Fotouh, A. 4.3B
Chen, T. 2.3K Dirham, T. R. 1.3J Fragiadakis, M. 4.1B
Chen, Y. 1.1E, 2.2L Diwakar, P. 2.4H Francis, J. A. 2.1L
Chen, Zha. 2.2F, 2.3G Dlouhy, I. 3.1L, 4.1L Franz, O. 2.2E
Chen, Zhi. 2.4I, 4.2J Doar, O. 3.2N Freire, J. 4.2H
Cheng, J. 2.2N Dobis, J. D. 1.3J, 2.3F Frith, R. 1.1K
Ching, H.-K. 1.1H Doddihal, P. 2.1J, 2.2G Froehlich, T. 3.2B
Chinthapalli, A. 3.2E Donato, G. H. B. 4.1G Frouzakis, C. E. 4.1D
Chitty, W.-J. 2.1B Dong, J. 2.1K, 4.2E Fu, Y. 2.2H
Cho, W.-Y. 4.4F Dong, P. 2.2M, 2.3M Fujikawa, R. 2.2B
Cho, Y.-J. 2.1H Dos Santos, J. F. 2.1N Fujino, T. 4.1M
Choi, G. 2.2N Dozaki, K. 4.1M Fujisaki, T. 3.2O
Choi, J.-B. 1.4L, 2.4J, 2.4L Drexler, E. 4.4G Fujita, K. 1.4D, 2.3A
Choi, K. J. 1.1I Du, C. 3.1K, 4.1J Fujita, S. 4.1B
Choi, M. J. 1.1I, 1.4M Duan, Q. 4.1A Fukasawa, T. 1.1B
Chou, H.-W. 1.1J Duan, X. 2.4E Fukuda, T. 3.1K
Cicero, S. 1.4H, 3.1A, 4.2K Dubyk, I. 4.2D, 4.3D Fukuoka, T. 4.2C
Cipolla, R. 3.1C, 3.2C Dugan, S. 1.1M Fukuta, Y. 2.3I
Cisternas, M. 4.2H Dulieu, P. 2.4J, 4.3F Furtado, J. 4.3G
Clarke, E. 1.1K Duranton, P. 1.1H Furuya, O. 1.3B, 1.4B
Clarke, M. 2.1C Dwenger, F. 3.2B Furuya, Y. 4.4G
Cochran, J. 1.3E, 2.1J, 2.3F Dyle, R. 2.3N Fusi, A. 2.4M
Cofie, N. 2.3I Dzugan, J. 4.3L Galle, T. 2.3L
Cohn, M. 1.4F Eason, E. 1.1I Gangadharan, R. 1.4K
Connolly, K. 4.4I Ebato, S. 2.2I Ganjvar, M. 1.4K
Cornah, B. 1.1A Edel, M. 2.3D, 2.4D Gantes, C. J. 1.4I
Costa, F. 4.2H Einziger, R. 4.2I Gao, L. 2.3J
Coules, H. E. 2.1G, 2.1M Eiselt, C. C. 3.1H Gao, Y. 1.1E
Courtin, S. 2.1B, 3.1A El Bouzidi, S. 1.1D Gao, Z. 1.1E
Crane, R. 2.2D El Domiaty, A. 2.3G Garcia Peman, T. 1.4H, 3.1A
Cronin, M. 1.4F El Emam, H. M. 4.1G Garcia, A. F. 4.1C
Crooker, P. 2.3M, 4.3B El-Hebeary, R. 4.3B Garca, T. 4.2K
Crusset, D. 2.1H El-Shennawy, M. 4.3B Gardin, C. 1.1H, 3.1A
Currie, C. 3.2A Elsisi, A. E. M. 4.1G Garud, Y. 1.4J
Cusenza, F. 3.1G Elvira, G. F. 2.4H Gassama, E. 1.3E
Cuta, J. M. 3.2I Emslie, J. 2.4B, 3.2A Ge, Z. 1.3F
Daley, C. 2.4E Eom, K. H. 1.1I Genette, P. 2.1B, 3.2E
Damberg, S. 2.1E Erickson, M. A. 2.4I, 3.1L Geng, J. 3.2M
Daneshvar Ghalelar, A. 4.4F Essadki, M. 1.3L Geng, L. 1.3F
Darois, M. 1.4G Etienne, S. 4.3E Geng, X. 1.3L
Daugherty, W. 4.3I Evans, N. 2.4H Gervang, B. 4.2M
Davies, C. M. 2.3K Ezekoye, I. 3.1O Giacomelli, E. 2.4M
Davio, J. 4.3B Fabian, R. 4.3I, 4.4I Giannini, R. 1.4B, 1.4I
Davis, M. 3.2C Faham, F. 1.4F Gill, C. 2.4B
Dawson, B. 3.1C Faidy, C. 1.1G, 4.3F Gill, P. 2.2H, 4.2G
De Baets, P. 2.3L Falcnik, M. 3.1L, 3.2L Gilles, P. 2.4G, 3.2H, 4.2M
De Baglion, L. 2.1B Fan, H. 2.4I, 4.2J Gilman, T. 1.1G, 2.1B, 3.2E, 4.2H
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AUTHOR INDEX
NAME SESSION NAME SESSION NAME SESSION
Gintalas, M. 2.1G Harris, D. 2.3I Iida, S. 3.2A
Giorgetti, S. 2.1E Harris, S. 1.3O Iigaki, K. 2.2I
Girish, M. 1.4K Hasegawa, K. 2.4J, 3.1C, 3.2C, 3.2J, Iijima, T. 1.1O, 2.2I, 3.2G, 4.3G
Giro, C. D. 4.1C 4.1H, 4.3F, 4.4F Ikeda, N. 2.4O
Giurgiutiu, V. 4.1O Hasegawa, T. 3.2J Inaba, K. 3.1M, 3.1N
Glunt, N. 3.2C Hashimoto, P. 1.3I Inada, F. 2.1A, 2.3A, 2.4A, 3.2N
Goble, W. 1.3O Hassan, M. 1.1D, 2.4A, 3.1D Ingrosso, I. 3.1N
Goda, K. 1.4B Hassan, T. 2.1K, 3.1B Isbiliroglu, Y. 2.2H
Goldak, J. 1.3G, 2.2M, 4.3K Hatayama, K. 2.1I Ishihana, K. 1.4B
Golden, B. 4.3K Huler, M. 1.1N Ishihara, K. 1.3D
Golliard, J. 3.2D, 4.4E Hawkins, A. 4.2F Ishii, N. 4.4D
Gomez-Sanchez, F. J. 4.2I Hay, A. 4.3E Ishikawa, N. 3.2G
Gong, J. 1.3F, 3.1K Hayama, M. 2.4O Ishikawa, T. 4.2E
Gong, S. 4.1J Hayashi, S. 2.3I Islam, N. 3.1B
Gong, W. 2.2H Hayden, L. 4.4G Itabashi, Y. 1.1I
Gonzlez Dez, N. 4.4E He, Xia. 2.1H, 4.3C Itano, K. 2.1C
Gonzlez-Albuixech, V. F. 4.1F He, Xin. 4.3J Itatani, M 2.1B, 2.4B
Gopalakrishnan, S. 1.4E He, Y. 1.1E, 4.1F Ito, T. 2.3O, 2.4O
Gordon, A. P. 2.4K Heckmann, K. 3.1M Itoga, H. 3.1G, 4.3G
Gould, J. 4.3K Hein, H. 3.1H Itoh, S. 3.1N
Gourdin, C. 2.1B, 3.1A, 3.2A Heinz, B. 4.2E, 4.2H Itoh, Y. 2.4F
Goyder, H. 2.4A, 4.2D Hembree, W. 2.2D Iverson, W. 2.4B
Grant, F. 1.3I Hnaff, G. 3.2G Iwamatsu, F. 1.1I
Grant, K. 2.1C Henry, J. 2.2D Iwata, K. 3.2J
Gravel, J.-P. 2.1O Hensel, S. 3.2I, 4.1I, 4.4I Jacquemoud, C. 2.2G
Gray, J. 1.1L Hicks, T. G. 2.1M Jagielo, B. 1.1M
Gray, M. 4.2H Hijazi, I. 4.1N Jamalyaria, J. 4.2A
Green, R. 4.1I Hill, M. 1.3M, 2.3M James, P. 3.1E, 4.1K
Greiner, M. 4.1I Hill, R. 2.2D Jang, Y.-Y. 4.4F
Griesbach, T. 2.3I Hirai, T. 2.2I Jansson, L. 2.1G, 2.3H
Grisolia, O. 2.2K Hiraki, Y. 2.4O Janzen, V. 2.2A
Gross, R. 1.3O Hiramoto, K. 1.4B, 2.4O Jar, B. 1.3N
Gu, C. 1.3A Hirano, T. 1.1I, 2.3B Jaske, C. 1.3F
Guan, O. H. 2.2O Hiroaki, K. 1.4D Jennings, J. 4.3K
Guan, W. 1.1M, 4.2E Hirota, T. 3.1J Jeon, J. Y. 2.1L, 2.2G, 3.1E
Guenther, K. 4.2A Hoang, P. 4.1H Jeon, S.-W. 1.4M
Guo, Peng 4.2O Hobbs, M. 3.1O Jeong, J.-U. 2.4L, 4.4F
Guo, Pengj. 1.1M Hojo, K. 1.1G, 2.1B, 2.3I Jeong, M. 1.1O
Guo, R. 1.3J, 2.1J Holliday, J. 4.4F Jeong, S. 1.4E
Guo, W. 1.4K, 2.2L, 2.4F Hlzl, R. 1.3K Jetter, R. 3.2K
Guo, Y. 4.3C Hong, J. 2.4J Ji, F. 4.1J, 4.1N
Gurdal, R. 1.1F Horn, A. 4.2K Ji, Y. 4.1A
Gustin, H. 2.4E, 2.4I Hoshino, K. 4.1H Jia, G. 4.1J, 4.3J
Gutkin, L. 2.1J Hosseinzadeh, F. 1.4M Jian, C. S. 1.4N
Gyllen, P. 2.1G Hou, D. 2.2L Jiang, Y. 1.3F, 3.1K
Hadj Nacer, M. 4.1I Hou, Q. 1.1L Jiang, Y. 4.1J
Hadji, A. 4.4D Houska, M. 3.2L Jimenez, T. 2.2H
Hadraba, H. 4.1L Houston, E. 3.1C Jin, C. 3.2J
Haeri, N. 1.1A Hua, Z. 1.3A Jin, H. 3.2O
Hagiwara, S. S. 3.1D Huang, C.-C. 1.1J Jin, J. 2.2J
Hajali, M. 1.3E Huang, J. 3.2B Jo, J. C. 1.3L
Hamelin, C. J. 2.4K Huang, L. 3.1J Johnson, B. 4.2F
Hamouda, O. 4.3E Huang, P.-C. 1.1J Jones, C. 2.1C
Han, J.-J. 2.3H, 4.1K, 4.3B Huang, S. 4.2J Jones, M. 2.3H
Han, Y. 3.2E Huang, S. 4.3I Jones, R. 3.1M
Han, Z. 4.2I, 4.3I, 4.4I Huang, W. 2.1J Joshi, J. 1.4K
Hanke, S. 2.1N Huang, Y. 3.1K Jouan, B. 4.2H
Hannink, M. H. C. 1.4A, 4.1A Huang, Y. 3.1K Joyce, D. 2.1K
Hantz, B. 4.2A Huh, N.-Su 1.4L, 2.4J, 2.4L, 4.2G, 4.4F Jumper, K. M. 2.1F
Hao, X. 2.3K Hui, H. 4.1F Jun, C. 4.3J
Hara, K. 3.2N Huo, C. 4.1J Kagita, G. 1.1F
Hardin, T. 2.2J Hurst, R. 1.3O, 2.3E Kai, S. 3.1B
Hari, Y. 1.4E Hutchison, E. 2.4G, 4.2E Kaida, T. 3.1F
Harrington, C. 2.3J Ibsen, C. 4.2M Kaiktsis, L. 4.1D
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AUTHOR INDEX
NAME SESSION NAME SESSION NAME SESSION
Kalinina, E. 4.4I Klymyshyn, N. 3.1I, 3.2I Lepore, J. 4.1D
Kalnins, A. 1.1G Knisely, C. 4.4D Leta, J. 1.3J
Kalyanam, S. 2.4L, 4.3F Kobayashi, H. 4.1M Levy, C. 1.1K
Kamas, T. 4.1O Kobayashi, N. 1.3I Li, A. 2.3L
Kamaya, M. 1.4J, 2.2B, 3.2A Kobayashi, T. 1.1C, 1.4C Li, D. 4.3K
Kanasaki, H. 2.3I Kobayashi, Y. 4.1M Li, Ho. 4.2O
Kaneko, S. 2.3A, 2.4A, 4.3D Kocurek, C. 3.2F Li, Hu. 4.1F
Kang, H. 3.1O Koide, Y. 1.1O Li, Jia. 2.1H
Kang, K. 2.4N Kojima, I. 1.3G Li, Jie 4.1I
Kang, S.-G. 1.3K Kojima, T. 3.1M Li, Ju. 4.3J
Kapadia, P. 2.3K Kondo, K. 1.1C Li, Mi. 2.1K
Kapogiannis, I. 4.2B Kondo, R. 4.3G Li, Mo 1.1N
Kapusnak, M. 4.3L Knig, G. 3.1H Li, P. 3.1O
Karabaki, H. E. 1.4A, 2.3B, 4.2H Kono, Y. 4.1M Li, X. 4.3J
Karakida, Y. 3.2J Konopik, P. 4.3L Li, Ya. 2.2O
Karamanos, S. 1.3E, 2.1L, 4.2B Konosu, S. 2.1F Li, Yi. 2.2I, 2.4J, 3.1E, 3.1J, 3.2C, 4.1H, 4.3B,
Karjalainen-Roikonen, P. 3.2L Kopriva, R. 3.2L 4.3F, 4.4F
Karpanan, K. 1.3A Korinko, P. 2.1N, 4.2I Li, Yue. 1.1E
Kasahara, N. 2.2K, 3.1B, 3.2J Kosaka, M. 1.1M Li, Yul. 2.4J
Kasuya, K. 2.4F Kostka, T. 2.1M Li, Yun 2.2C
Kato, K. 4.1D Kotasthane, N. 4.1G Liang, H. 4.1N
Katsumata, G. 2.4I, 3.1J, 3.2C Kozlov, V. 1.1J Liang, L. 1.1E
Katsuyama, J. 2.4I, 3.1E, 3.1J, 4.2L, 4.3B Kristensen, A. S. 4.2M Liao, W.-I 4.2B
Kawabata, S. 1.1G Ku, F. 2.4E Lidonnici, F. 2.3E
Kawasaki, N. 1.1B Kumagai, T. 4.2E Liebich, R. 3.1I
Kayano, R. 4.4G Kumar, S. 1.4M Liebl, E. 1.4F
Kazemi, . 4.3K Kun, Y. 1.4N Liepins, A. 1.3K
Kazemi, A. 1.3C Kupca, L. 4.3L Ligon, T. 3.2M
Kazeminia, M. 1.4K, 4.1C Kurth, E. 4.2G Lillo, T. 3.2K
Keim, E. 3.1H, 3.2H Kurth, R. 2.3I Lim, T.-Y. 2.2C
Keinanen, H. 3.2H Kushima, H. 3.2K Lin, B. 4.1O, 4.2O
Keogh, D. 3.1D Kusnick, J. 2.4L Lin, C. 2.3O
Kerkhof, K. 3.2B Kwon, Y. W. 2.4A Lin, D. 2.4H
Kernion, S. J. 3.1G Kytka, M. 2.2N, 3.1L, 3.2L, 4.1L Lin, G.-L. 2.3O
Kesterson, M. 3.2I, 4.1I Lacroix, V. 2.4J, 3.2C, 4.3F Lin, S. 2.3J
Kesterson, R. 4.2I Lafon, P. 1.3D, 1.3L Lin, Z. 1.4K
Khayatzadeh, S. 2.3K Lam, P.-S. 2.2G, 2.4G, 3.1E Lindsey, M. 1.1M
Kihara, T. 2.4O Landron, C. 3.1H Lissenden, C. 2.2N
Kikuchi, M. 2.4J Langschwager, K. 3.1A Liszkai, T. 1.1L, 1.3E
Kim, H. K. 1.4E Lankenau, H. 2.1E Liu, B. Q. 2.4O
Kim, H. S. 1.4E Larrosa, N. O. 2.2G, 4.1E Liu, G. 2.3L
Kim, H.-T. 4.1K Larsson, L. 2.1N Liu, M. 4.2J, 4.3J
Kim, J. H. 1.1I Lasalandra, V. 4.1B Liu, P. 1.1N
Kim, J. S. 2.3G Lashley, M. 1.3N Liu, Qi. 4.1C
Kim, J. 2.4L Lauria, D. 4.4G Liu, Qu. 3.2E
Kim, J.-H. 1.4M Laurinat, J. 3.2I, 4.1I Liu, W. 4.2J, 4.3J
Kim, J.-S. 4.1K Le Bot, A. 4.3A Liu, X. 1.1E, 2.2L
Kim, J.-W. 1.1I, 2.1L, 2.3G Le Delliou, P. 2.4N, 3.1F, 3.2A, 4.2F Liu, Ya. 2.2N
Kim, K.-S. 4.4F Le Roux, J.-C. 2.3B, 3.1A Liu, Yi 2.4O
Kim, Mi. K. 2.4L, 4.2G Lebarbe, T. 2.2K Liu, Yin. 4.1J
Kim, Mo. K. 2.4L, 4.2G Lebbi, I. 1.4I Liu, Yun. 4.1I, 4.2I, 4.3I, 4.4I
Kim, S. H. 2.1H Lee, D. J. 1.4E Liu, Yuq. 2.4H
Kim, S. J. 3.1E Lee, D. Y. 4.2K Liu, Z. 4.2J, 4.3J
Kim, T. 1.1I Lee, D. 3.1C Longatte, E. 2.1L, 3.2N
Kim, Y. J. 2.1L, 2.2G, 2.3G, 2.4L, 3.1E, 4.1K, Lee, G. 4.4A Lu, H. 1.3L, 4.1J
4.2K, 4.3B Lee, H. M. 4.4G Lu, K. 1.1H
Kim, Y. 4.2G Lee, J. S. 1.4M Lucon, E. 4.1L
Kimball, L. 1.4E Lee, M. W. 3.1E Luke, O. 1.1L
Kimura, K. 3.2K Lee, S. J. 1.4L Lunde, K. 4.4E
Kirk, M. 2.2J, 2.4I, 2.4L, 3.1L Lee, S. 3.1E Luo, C. 2.1G
Kirkpatrick, K. 1.3K Leen, S. 2.1K, 3.1A, 4.3K Luo, G.-L. 4.2J
Kishi, S. 3.2B Lefebvre, A. 4.1C Luo, J. 4.1J
Kleinfelder, H. 1.4G Lehmacher, A. 1.3K Luo, L. 2.3J
Klucke, D. 1.4A, 4.2H Lejeune, H. 2.3C Luo, Xian. 1.3N
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NAME SESSION NAME SESSION NAME SESSION
Luo, Xiao 2.3J Miller, J. R. 2.1M Nanstad, R. 2.3N, 2.4N, 4.2L
Luo, Z. 4.1F Millet, B. 1.3K Narayanaswamy, S. 2.1J
Lupia, G. 1.4G Milligan, J. 1.3N, 1.4F, 2.3F Nassar, S. 1.3C, 4.2C
Lv, Y. 2.3K Minagawa, K. 4.1B Natesan, K. 1.1M, 2.2B, 2.4B, 3.2E
Ma, L. 4.2O Minichiello, J. 3.1M, 3.2M Naveed, N. 1.4M
Ma, Q. 1.1K Miura, N. 3.1J, 4.1H, 4.2L Necib, S. 2.1H
Mabe, W. R. 2.1M Miura, Y. 2.3I Nelson, N. R. 1.1C
Macdonald, K. A. 3.2A Miyajima, M. 3.2B Nestell, J. E. 3.2K
Machida, H. 1.4J, 2.2K Miyashita, T. 2.1F Nibas, J. 4.3E
Madrazo, V. 1.4H, 4.2K Miyazaki, K. 3.1C Nicak, T. 3.1H, 3.2H
Madsen, S. 4.2M Mo, Y. L. 1.1N, 1.3B Nicholls, J. 2.4B
Maehara, H. 3.1N Moat, Richard J. 2.3L Nie, J. R. 1.3I
Maekawa, A. 4.1E Moenssens, M. 1.4G Niffenegger, M. 4.1F
Maggi, C. 2.1E, 2.2E Mohamed, S. 1.3D Niimura, M. 3.1F
Magnaud, J.-P. 4.3D Mohanty, S. 1.1M, 2.2B, 2.4B, 3.2E Niiyama, N. 1.3B
Mahmood, S. 2.4E Mohany, A. 3.2D, 4.4E Nikbin, K. 1.4H, 2.3K
Majumdar, S. 1.1M, 2.2B, 2.4B, 3.2E Moinereau, D. 3.1H Nimrouzi, H. 1.3G
Malavasi, S. 3.1N Momoi, Y. 3.1J, 4.2L Nishi, W. 2.3I
Maleci, R. 2.1E, 3.2O Monaghan, R. 4.3K Nishida, A. 2.2I
Malena, M. 1.4B Monavon, A. 4.3D Nishihara, T. 2.2A
Malinowski, O. 1.1M, 2.3F Moon, J. 1.3J Nishinoiri, S. 2.4K
Malouines, P. 2.3E Moore, G. 2.1N Nishiyama, Y. 4.2L
Maneschy, J. E. 4.2H Moore, P. L. 2.4G Niwa, H. 2.2I
Manzo, T. 4.1I Morel, J. 2.1H Noble, R. 1.3C, 2.3E, 2.4C
Mao, J. 1.3C Moret, A. 2.2F, 2.4F Noda, M. 4.1M
Marie, S. 3.1H Mori, K. 1.4L Norkus, J. 3.2I
Martin Meizoso, A. 3.1A Moriasa, A. 1.4D Notardonato, W. 2.1F
Martin, L. 4.3D Moriconi, C. 3.2G Nutt, M. 4.3I
Martinez, O. 3.1I Morishita, M. 3.2J O`Meara, N. 2.1L
Martin-Rengel, M. A. 4.2I Morishita, S. 2.4O Obeydi, M. 1.4K
Masaki, K. 3.1J Morita, Ryo 3.2D OConnor, A. 4.2E
Maslowski, A. 1.3A Morita, Ryos. 1.4D Oda, K. 3.2B
Masuda, A. 1.1O, 2.1I, 2.4O Moro, I. 4.3G Odette, G R. 2.3N
Mathew, J. 1.4F Mosbrucker, P. 2.1J, 2.2G Odonoghue, P. 3.1A
Mathkar, A. 1.4E Mosher, B. 1.3K ODowd, N. 1.4H, 4.3K
Matocha, K. 2.3E Moslemian, J. 1.4I Oechsner, M. 3.1A
Matsuda, K. 4.1D Mottershead, K. 1.4A Ogasawara, K. 2.1F
Matsuda, T. 1.1O Moumni, Z. 3.2G Ogata, K. 1.3B
Matsumoto, D. 3.1K Mourad, A.-H. I. 2.3G Ogawa, H. 2.2K
Matsumoto, K. 1.4D Moussou, P. 2.3A, 4.2D Ogawa, T. 2.4B
Matsunaga, H. 3.1G, 4.3G, 4.4G Moustafa, K. 4.2C Oh, C.-Y. 2.3G
Matsuoka, S. 3.1G, 4.4G Mullen, J. V. 2.1M Oh, Y. R. 2.2G
Matsuoka, T. 1.4B, 2.4O Muramatsu, A. 1.1C Oh, Y.-J. 4.2G
Matty, T. J. 3.1O Murnsky, O. 2.3M OHagan, C. P. 4.3K
Mayinger, W. 2.3B Muraoka, K. 4.1M OHara, E. 3.1A
Mazuy, L. 4.2M Mureithi, N. 2.2A, 4.3E, 4.4D Ohmi, T. 3.2G, 4.3G
McCowan, C. N. 4.1L Mutz, A. 3.1H Ohms, C. 1.3M
McCracken, S. 1.4N Nadarajah, C. 2.1H Ohno, T. 1.3I, 2.1F
McGaughy, T. 4.3K Nagae, Y. 3.1K Ohta, H. 3.1N
McGill, R. 1.4G Nagao, K. 2.1I Ohtsu, T. 4.2L
Meek, C. 2.3G Nagata, S. 1.4C, 3.1F Oishi, Y. 3.2J
Mehta, H. 2.2B Nahm, S. H. 4.4G Okamoto, K. 2.2K
Meier, G. 3.1H Nakagawa, C. 2.3O, 2.4O Okamura, S. 1.1B, 4.1B
Melissianos, V. E. 1.4I Nakakoji, H. 2.1I Okuda, Y. 2.2I
Merah, N. 1.4N Nakamura, G. 2.2I Okui, D. 2.2I
Mertiny, P. 1.1N Nakamura, H. 2.2K, 3.2J Olala, S. 4.3E
Meshii, T. 1.1H, 1.4L, 4.1K Nakamura, I. 2.2K, 3.1B, 3.2J Olson, M. 1.3M, 2.3M
Meskell, C. 3.1D Nakamura, M. 3.1N Olson, R. 1.1H, 1.3H, 4.2G
Messa, G. V. 3.1N Nakamura, Ta. 2.2B, 3.2A Omata, S. 1.4B
Metais, T. 2.1B, 2.3B, 3.2E Nakamura, To. 3.1D Omer, A. 3.2D
Meyer, G. A. 4.3D, 4.4D Nakanishi, T. 1.3A Omiya, Y. 2.1C
Miao, X. 1.4L Nakaoka, M. 1.3D Onitsuka, S. 1.1O, 2.2I
Miller, E. 2.2E, 2.4M Nakashima, T. 2.2I Onizawa, K. 2.4I, 3.1E, 3.1J, 4.3B
Miller, G. 1.3K Nam, H.-S. 2.3G Opperman, E. 4.4I
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AUTHOR INDEX
NAME SESSION NAME SESSION NAME SESSION
ORourke, M. 4.2B Pope, R. 4.4I Rund, M. 4.3L
Orrock, P. 2.1G Pordal, H. 4.3A Rush, P. 3.2C
Orsi, G. 2.1E Portier, J.-L. 4.3D Ryu, H-W. 4.1K, 4.3B
Oryniak, A. 1.4G, 3.1C Prakash, A. 2.4H S, A. K. 4.3L
Orynyak, I. 1.1J, 1.4G, 1.4H, 3.1C, 4.2D, 4.3D Prakash, R. 4.3L Saillet, S. 2.4N, 4.2F
Osakabe, K. 2.4I, 3.1J Prasad, N. S. 1.1C Sakai, K. 4.2C
stlund, M. 2.1N Prochazka, R. 4.3L Sakai, S. 3.1F
Ostrikoff, R. N. 1.3F Protz, C. 3.1I Sakamoto, H. 3.1J
Otani, A. 3.1B, 3.2J Prueter, P. 3.2A, 4.3C Salim, H. A. 4.1G
Otani, T. 3.1K Purtscher, P. 2.3N Sallam, H. E. M. 1.3H, 4.1G
Otoyo, T. 3.2J Qian, G. 4.1F Salt, E. 4.1D
Ou, G. 3.2O Qian, S. 1.4K Samuelson-Sanford, C. 1.3I
Ould, P. 2.1B Qian, Ya. 2.2N San Marchi, C. 2.1M, 3.1G, 3.2G, 4.3G
Oyamada, K. 1.3I, 2.1F Qian, Yu. 2.2L Sanna, F. 3.2D
Ozaki, M. 3.1F Qiao, L. 3.1I Santos, H. R. 4.2D
Ozgur, C. 2.2H Qin, F. 1.1N Santoyo, R. L. 4.1L
Padmala, A. 1.4F Qin, M. 2.4E, 3.2M Sanzi, H. C. 2.4H
Palamara, M. J. 4.3D Qiu, X. 3.1O Sargentini, L. 4.3D
Pallaspuro, S. 3.2L Qiu, Y. 4.2J Sarzosa, D. 2.1O
Pan, J. 2.2G, 4.1G Quist, P. 4.1A Sato, K. 1.1C
Panzarella, C. 1.3E, 2.1J Radchenko, S. 1.4H Sato, S. 4.4G
Paolacci, F. 1.4B, 1.4I, 2.3O, 4.1B Rana, M. 2.1D, 2.2D Sato, T. 3.2J
Paredes, M. 2.1O Ranganath, S. 2.2B Sato, Y. 2.4O
Paris, T. 3.1G Ranjbaran, S. 4.4F Satyan-Sharma, T. 2.1B
Park, D.-Y. 2.1O Rao, J. 3.2O Sawa, K. 2.2I
Park, H.-B. 4.2G Rebak, R. 1.4N, 4.3I Sawa, T. 1.1C, 2.1C, 2.3C
Park, J. S. 1.1H Rebandt, R. 2.3J Sawab, J. 1.1N
Park, S.-H. 1.4L Reece-Barkell, H. 4.3A Sawada, K. 3.2K
Park, Y. 4.1N Reese, S. 1.4A, 2.3B, 3.2E, 4.2H Scano, L. 2.2F, 2.2K
Parker, J. 2.4K Reich, A. 1.3J Scarth, D. 1.4G, 2.1J, 2.2G, 3.1C, 3.2C
Parmar, S. 2.1O Reinhardt, W. 1.3G, 1.4O, 2.4E Schaaf, M. 1.1C, 2.3C
Paserba, K. 2.2H Rekik, W. 1.1H Schaffrath, S. 4.1G
Passeri, M. 2.2E Remer, S. J. 2.3N Schatz, M. 1.1N
Patel, H. 1.3E, 4.3C Reynolds, J. 4.3A Schildberg, H.-P. 3.1M
Patel, S. 1.3E, 4.3C Reynolds, T. 2.1M Schmitt, K. 3.1M, 3.2M
Pathania, R. 1.1I Reza, M. S. 4.1B Scholz, A. 3.1A
Pavier, M. J. 2.2O Rice, D. 1.4C Schulz, A. 2.1K
Payten, W. 2.4K Richardson, S. 2.1I Scott, P. 1.3H
Pei, X. 2.2M, 2.3M Rieck, D. 2.1K Scully, S. 2.1K, 4.3K
Pelletier, D. 4.3E Rieder, H. 1.1M Seal, C. 2.3H
Pellman, A. 3.1M, 3.2M Ries, O. 4.3E Searfass, C. 1.3N
Penso, J. 4.3A Rigato, A. 4.2I Seichter, J. 1.4A, 4.2H
Pepin, A. 1.4H Rigaud, E. 4.3A Sekhar, A. S. 1.1C
Peppa, S. 4.1D Ringeval, S. 3.1G Selektor, M. 3.1H
Pereboom, H. 3.2A Riznic, J. 4.3E Sengupta, M. 3.2K
Pereira, J. 4.1G Roarty, D. H. 1.3G Sera, T. 2.3B
Perez, G. 3.2A, 3.2H Roberts, L. 1.3J Serasli, K. 2.1M
Perl, M. 1.1A, 1.1K Robin, V. 4.2M Serizawa, R. 2.4J
Perry, J. 1.1A Rodery, C. 2.4D Serrano, M. 3.1L
Peters, D. 1.3A, 2.3F Romano, L. P. 4.1C Server, W. 2.3N, 2.4I, 2.4N
Petesch, C. 2.2K Ronevich, J. 3.1G Seshadri, R. 2.4E
Pettigrew, M. 2.3A Roos, A. 2.1N Seynhaeve, J.-M. 1.3L
Petzova, J. 4.3L Rosseel, T. 2.4N Shaaban, M. 4.4E
Pfeil, M. S. 4.2D Rossi, M. M. A. 3.1N Shah, V. 4.3I
Phalippou, C. 4.3A Rossillon, F. 3.2A Shan, L. 2.4K
Pieraccini, M. 2.4M Roth, W. 4.1O Shang, X. 1.3J
Pijpers, R. 3.2A Rotti, C. 1.4K Shao, S. 3.1K, 4.1J, 4.3J
Piotter, J. 3.1I, 3.2I Rouby, C. 3.2G Sharabi, M. 4.1F
Piteau, P. 4.4D Rovagnati, B. 1.1L Sharples, J. 3.1H, 4.2G
Platts, N. 1.4A, 2.2B, 2.4B Ruano, J. 4.1G Shatla, M. 4.4A
Poddar, B. 4.1O Rudland, D. 2.3J Sheikh, M. 4.1K
Poerner, N. 2.4H Rudolph, J. 1.1G, 1.4A, 3.1A, 3.2E, 4.1A, 4.2H Shelton, B. 4.3I
Politopoulos, I. 4.4D Ruggieri, C. 2.1O Shen, J. 2.3O, 4.2B
Pong, W. 2.1I Ruiz, J. 4.2I Sheng, S. 2.3N
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AUTHOR INDEX
NAME SESSION NAME SESSION NAME SESSION
Sherry, A. 4.1K, 4.2K Sugiura, R. 3.1K Tornqvist, R. 2.2O
Shi, Jia. 1.3N, 1.4L Suikkanen, P. 3.2L Tran, M. 1.3M, 2.3M
Shi, Jin 4.2J, 4.3J Sun, X. 4.2O Tregoning, R. 2.3B
Shi, Jinh. 2.3E Sunakoda, K. 1.4B, 2.4O Triantafyllou, G. 4.1D
Shi, Y. 1.4K Sung, S.-J. 2.2G, 4.1G Trieglaff, R. 2.1K
Shibutani, T. 3.2J Surh, H. B. 2.4L, 4.2G Tronskar, J. 2.2O
Shigeyama, H. 2.4K Sutton, B. 1.4N Truman, C. E. 2.1G
Shim, D. J. 2.3I, 2.4L, 4.3F Suzuki, H. 2.1F Tsai, C.-S. 1.4B, 2.3O, 2.4O
Shin, S. B. 1.4E Swamy, M. 4.4E Tsai, H. 4.3I
Shinde, V. 2.1L Swanger, A. 2.1F Tsuji, H. 1.3G
Shintani, A. 2.3O, 2.4O Taagepera, J. 1.3F, 2.3D Tsuji, T. 4.1E
Shirai, H. 4.3D Tada, N. 1.1M Tsujita, K. 2.3O
Shirai, Y. 3.1K Taghizadeh, A. 1.4K Tulloch, D. 4.3B
Shiratori, M. 3.2J Tahara, T. 3.1F Turnquist, M. 2.2F
Shoeibi Omrani, P. 4.4E Takagi, Y. 2.1C Tyson, W. R. 2.1O
Shoji, Y. 1.4O Takahashi, K. 3.1M Tzeples, D. 4.2C
Shou, B. 2.1K Takahashi, S. 2.1A, 2.2A Uchiyama, Y. 3.2D
Shuai, J. 2.2O Takahashi, T. 4.1E Uckan, E. 2.3O, 4.2B
Shuaib, A. 1.4N Takahashi, Y. 2.4K, 4.2E Udagawa, M. 3.1E
Shuler, J. 4.4I Takamizawa, H. 4.2L Uddin, M. 2.3I, 2.4L, 4.2G
Sievers, J. 3.1M Takanashi, M. 1.1I Udyawar, A. 3.2C
Silfies, T. 2.3F Takasawa, K. 4.4G Uhland, J. 2.2H
Sindelar, R. L. 3.1E, 4.2I, 4.3I Takaya, S. 3.2O Ulku, E. 2.2H
Siska, F. 3.1L, 4.1L Takizawa, S. 1.3I Urabe, O. 4.1M
Skidmore, T. E. 4.3I Tan, S. 1.1N Ushifusa, H. 3.1N
Slifka, A. 4.4G Tanaka, M. 3.2O Ushio, Y. 2.2I
Smith, A. C. 1.3M Tang, D. T. 4.2I Usuki, K. K. 3.1D
Smith, D. J. 2.1G, 2.1M, 2.2O, 2.3G, 2.3K, 4.1A Tang, D. 1.3J, 4.4A Vaidya, N. 2.2H
Smith, M. 1.3M, 4.1K Tang, Jian 2.3J Valdovinos, J. 2.1I
Smith, R. J. 4.2K Tang, Jianq. 1.3F Valiorgue, F. 4.2M
Smith, Sh. 4.1N Tang, S. 2.4E Vamvatsikos, D. 1.4I, 4.1B
Smith, Si. D. 2.1L Tang, Xiaol. 3.1G Van Beek, P. 3.2A
Smith, St. D. 4.3D Tang, Xiaoy. 1.3L, 2.2N, 3.1K, 4.1J Van Gelderen, D. 2.3G
Smith, St. 4.4F Tang, Y. 1.3B Van Velsor, J. 1.1M
Sodeyama, H. 2.4O Tanganelli, A. 3.2O Van Zyl, G. 2.2C
Sokolov, M. 2.3N, 2.4N, 4.2L Taniguchi, T. 1.3I, 2.2I Varela J., L. A. 2.4K
Solin, J. 2.3B, 4.3G Taniuchi, H. 4.2C Varelis, G. E. 1.3E
Somaki, T. 1.1B Tanner, D. 2.3K, 4.1A Vathi, M. 2.1L, 4.2B
Somerday, B. 3.1G, 3.2G, 4.3G Tao, J. 1.1E Veiga, J. 2.4C, 4.1C
Sommerville, D. 2.4E, 3.2M Tarnowski, K. 2.3K Verst, C. 4.3I
Sone, A. 1.1O, 2.1I, 2.4O Tashita, T. 1.3I Viehrig, H.-W. 3.2L
Song, M. 1.3J Tateno, M. 1.3N Vigants, J. 2.2E
Song, Sh. 2.2M, 2.3M Tchernov, S. 2.2M Vijlbrief, O. 4.4E
Song, Su. 2.1H Teague, M. 2.1N Vivas, G. 2.2F, 2.4F
Soppet, W. 2.2B, 2.4B, 3.2E Terada, S. 1.3A Vlzke, H. 3.1I
Souilliart, T. 4.3A Therrien, D. 1.1N Vormwald, M. 4.1A
Sparkman, B. C. 1.3F Thibaut, S. 3.1G Vorster, W. 4.1A, 4.3A
Sperko, W. 2.1D Thomas, K. 3.2M Wagner, B. 2.1E
Spies, M. 1.1M Thomas, W. 1.3A Wagner, S. 1.1M
Spiliopoulos, K. V. 4.2B Thornton, B. 1.3H Waki, Y. 2.4F
Srinivasan, B. 1.1F Thuermer, K. 3.1G Walker, A. P. 4.3D, 4.4D
Sripada, S. V. R. 1.1F Tian, X. 4.1A Wallace, J. 4.3F
Stairmand, J. 1.4A Tian, Z. 4.2O Wallin, K. 3.2L
Steiner, M. 1.1A Tice, D. 1.4A, 2.2B, 2.4B Walter, M. 3.2M
Steininger, D. 1.4J Tiernan, P. 4.3K Wan, F. 2.4I
Steinmann, P. 1.4A Tijsseling, A. 1.1L, 2.2A Wang, B. 4.2E
Stevens, G. 2.3B, 2.4I, 3.1L Tilley, R. 2.3N Wang, H. 4.3J
Stewart, C. M. 2.4K Tinoco, E. B. 4.2D Wang, J. 4.1J
Stoeva, N. 2.2H Tixier, E. 4.3E Wang, Ke 4.2J, 4.3J
Stratil, L. 3.1L, 4.1L Tkaczyk, T. 1.4H Wang, Kes. 3.2E
Strnadel, B. 2.4J Tobita, T. 4.2L Wang, M. 2.4F
Subramanian, K. 4.3A Toft, A. 2.2H Wang, S. J. 1.3B
Suffield, S. 3.2I Tognarelli, L. 2.1E Wang, Sha. 2.2N
Sugasawa, K. 3.1N Torii, H. 2.1C Wang, She. 2.3J
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AUTHOR INDEX
NAME SESSION NAME SESSION NAME SESSION
Wang, Weih. 4.3J Yamaguchi, A. 3.1F Zhao, B. 1.3J, 4.4A
Wang, Weiq. 2.3L Yamaguchi, Y. 3.1E, 4.3B Zhao, G. 1.4H
Wang, Xiao 2.2H Yamamoto, K. 3.1K Zhao, J. 2.2L
Wang, Xiaob. 2.4G Yamamoto, M. 2.3I, 3.1J, 4.2L Zhao, X. 2.3L
Wang, Xiaom. 4.1N Yamamoto, Ta. 2.3N Zhao, Y. 3.1K
Wang, Xiaow. 3.1K Yamamoto, To. 1.1B Zhe, M. 4.1D
Wang, Xin 2.1O Yamane, T. 2.3I Zheng, J. 1.3A, 1.3N, 1.4L, 2.2L
Wang, Y. 2.3M Yamano, S. 1.4B Zheng, M. 2.4F
Wang, Z. 1.1N Yan, Yi 2.2C Zheng, W. 1.1E
Wasylyk, A. 1.1G Yan, Yiq. 1.3B Zheng, Z. 3.2O
Watanabe, M. 1.4D, 3.2N Yanagisawa, Y. 4.3G Zhichao, F. 2.1K, 4.2E
Watanabe, T. 3.1N Yang, B. 3.1K Zhijun, L. 1.4N
Waterland, A. F. 1.3C, 1.4C, 2.1C Yang, F. 2.3J Zhong, L. 1.4N
Watkins, R. 4.4I Yang, Ti. 4.2E Zhou, C. 2.1H, 4.3C
Watson, C. 2.4B, 3.2A Yang, Tr. 3.1F Zhou, J. 4.3K
Watson, H. 1.3O Yang, Y.-P. 4.3K Zhou, R. 1.3G
Weaver, D. S. 2.2A, 2.4A, 3.1D, 4.3E Yang, Yu 2.3J Zhou, S. 1.4K
Wei, L. 4.1F Yang, Yun. 4.1C Zhou, W. 4.1J
Wei, Z. 2.3J Yang, Zhe. 2.3J Zhou, Ya. 2.2O
Weitze, W. 1.1G Yang, Zhi. 4.3J Zhou, Yu 2.1K
Wen, J. 2.3H Yao, D. 1.4H Zhu, G. 2.1K
Wen, M. 2.2C Yao, J. 1.3L Zhu, H. 1.3J, 4.4A
Wermelinger, T. 4.2E Yao, T. 4.3C Zhu, J. 3.1O
Whipple, R. 1.3K Ye, G. 4.2J Zhu, L. 1.1E
Widera, M. 3.1H Ye, J. 2.3K Zhu, X.-K. 2.2O, 2.4G
Wierzbicki, T. 2.1O Yetisir, M. 1.3G Ziada, S. 1.3D, 2.3A, 4.1D
Wilhelm, P. 1.4A Yin, F. 3.1F Zimmerman, J. A. 3.1G
Wilkowski, G. 2.3I, 4.2G Yokobori Jr., A. T. 3.1K, 3.2G, 4.3G
Williams, P. 2.4L Yokoi, E. 1.3N
Willuweit, A. 1.1G Yoo, S. C. 1.1I
Wimmer, G. 2.1N Yoru, W. 4.3G
Wimpory, R. 1.3M Yoshida, K. 1.3B
Wintle, J. 4.2E Yoshikawa, M. 4.3G
Witarto, W. 1.3B Yoshimoto, K. 2.4I, 3.1J
Won, M. G. 2.4L, 4.2G Yoshimura, S. 1.1O
Woolum, C. 2.1N Youn, G.-G. 4.2K
Wright, K. 2.4B Younan, M. 1.3H
Wright, R. 3.2K Young, B. 2.4L, 4.2G
Wu, G. 2.2O, 4.1A Young, G. G. 2.3N
Wu, X.-H. 4.2J Young, K.-J. 1.3K
Wu, Z. 1.3C, 4.2C Yu, H. 2.2N
Xia, L. 1.1N Yu, L. 4.1O, 4.2O
Xie, G. 3.1K, 4.2J Yu, M. 4.1F
Xiong, Q. 4.1J Yu, X. 2.3M, 4.3B
Xu, He. 1.1L, 1.3E Yunrong, L. 3.1O, 4.3J
Xu, Ho. 4.2O Zarazovskii, M. 1.1J, 1.4H
Xu, Jie. 2.4F Zencker, U. 3.1I
Xu, Jim 1.3I Zeng, L. 2.1G, 2.3H
Xu, K. 2.2O Zeng, Xian. 3.1O
Xu, St. 2.1J, 2.2G, 3.1C, 3.2C Zeng, Xiao. 3.1O
Xu, Su 2.1O Zenyoji, C. 1.4C
Xu, W. 4.2J, 4.3J Zha, G.-C. 4.1C
Xu, Ya. 2.4F Zhang, Go. 2.4G
Xu, Yu 1.3K Zhang, Gu. 1.1N
Xuan, F. Z. 4.1F Zhang, H. 1.1E, 2.2L, 4.1A
Xue, L. 2.2G Zhang, Jim. 4.1J
Xue, X. 1.3L, 4.1J Zhang, Jin. 1.3J, 4.4A
Xuedong, C. 1.1M, 2.1K, 2.3K, 3.1O, 4.2E, 4.3J Zhang, K. 4.2J
Yadav, A. 1.4K Zhang, Lin 3.2G
Yaguchi, M. 2.4K Zhang, Lit. 3.2O
Yamabe, J. 3.1G, 4.3G, 4.4G Zhang, M. 2.3L
Yamada, J. J. 3.1D Zhang, S. 1.3J, 4.4A
Yamada, M. 1.3A Zhang, W. 1.4A, 2.2B
Yamada, T. 1.1O Zhang, X. 2.2H
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PVP 2016
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July 1721, 2016

2016 ASME Pressure Vessels & Piping Conference


Celebrating 50 Years of Service to the Pressure Vessels and Piping Industry
PVP-2016: Join us in Vancouver, British Columbia for the 50th Anniversary of the ASME Pressure Vessels & Piping Conference! More than 180 paper and panel
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Conference is a great place to present your ideas and to meet colleagues as we work to create and advance Pressure Vessels and Piping technologies for our global
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