Sargent & Lundy Presenting at ASME PVP Conference 2016

Authors will cover structural analyses of concrete nuclear structures, reactor cavity structures, and carbon steel piping

June 27, 2016 – Sargent & Lundy is again on the technical program at the ASME Pressure Vessels and Piping (PVP) Conference. The firm is a long-time supporter and participant in this outstanding international technical forum. The 2016 meeting takes place July 17-21 in Vancouver, B.C. Join our discussions on the following topics:

Load Factor for Evaluating Non-Planar Flaws in Carbon Steel Piping Using Limit Load Methodology
Phuong Hoang - Sargent & Lundy
Session 3.2N (CS-16-1)

Seismic Response Analysis and Design for Concrete Nuclear Structures: A Comparative Study of the Time History, Response Spectrum, and Equivalent Static Load Methods
Michael O’Leary and William Godfrey - Sargent & Lundy
Session 4.1L (SE-9-1)

Evaluation of Reactor Cavity Structure for Ex-Vessel Steam Explosion Loading
Gunup Kwon, Michael Davieau, Phuong Hoang, John McLean, and Robert Hooks - Sargent & Lundy
Session 4.1L (SE-9-1)

In addition, the session on Multi-Hazard and Margins (4.1L) will be chaired by Constantine Petropoulos - Sargent & Lundy and Antonio Caputo - Roma Tre University.
Session developers:
Constantine Petropoulos and Ismail Kisisel - Sargent & Lundy
Oreste S. Bursi - University of Trento (Italy)
Antonio C. Caputo - Roma Tre University (Italy)