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  • Fire Suppression Using Clean Agents

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/04/2009

    The Fire Suppression Using Clean Agents webinar will cover basic plan review, inspection, and system testing requirements for gas suppression systems. Topics will include system types, nozzle spacing requirements, calculations, system components, plan review, and testing requirements with examples. The webinar will review the standard used to govern clean agent fire suppression systems: NFPA 2001. Finally, some sample designs using both chemical clean agent and inert gas options will be discussed.

    The Fire Suppression Using Clean Agents webinar will cover basic plan review, inspection, and system testing requirements for gas suppression systems. Topics will include system types, nozzle spacing requirements, calculations, system components, plan review, and testing requirements with examples. The webinar will review the standard used to govern clean agent fire suppression systems: NFPA 2001. Finally, some sample designs using both chemical clean agent and inert gas options will be discussed.  

  • Firestopping Plumbing Deck Penetrations

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 01/28/2015

    This one-hour pre-recorded webinar will outline the importance of proper firestopping design and recognizing the advantage of manufactured systems. After the webinar the engineer will be able to recognize the importance of manufactured systems and update plumbing specifications to include manufactured, tested systems.

    This one-hour pre-recorded webinar will outline the importance of proper firestopping design and recognizing the advantage of manufactured systems. After the webinar the engineer will be able to recognize the importance of manufactured systems and update plumbing specifications to include manufactured, tested systems.

  • Got Waste? 5 Truths About Waste Treatment Design

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 02/19/2013

    Got Waste? 5 Truths About Waste Treatment Design

    Got Waste? 5 Truths About Waste Treatment Design

  • Heat Tracing for Plumbing

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 01/17/2017

    Heat Tracing for Plumbing

    Heat Tracing for Plumbing

  • High Containment System Components

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This one-hour webinar presented by Joseph Messina will provide technical information into High Containment Systems Components. Participants will gain an understanding of the different types of systems and components there are for designing a high containment system. Systems that treat high containment waste with pressurized steam or non-pressurized chemical treatment. One line diagrams will be offered showing these systems as well as materials used to construct these systems.

    This one-hour webinar presented by Joseph Messina will provide technical information into High Containment Systems Components. Participants will gain an understanding of the different types of systems and components there are for designing a high containment system. Systems that treat high containment waste with pressurized steam or non-pressurized chemical treatment. One line diagrams will be offered showing these systems as well as materials used to construct these systems.

  • High Efficiency Domestic Hot Water Strategies

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 08/30/2016

    During this one hour webinar attendees will gain a thorough understanding of condensing technology and the benefits associated with this approach (gas-fired DHW heating), among other exciting topics.

    During this one hour webinar attendees will gain a thorough understanding of condensing technology and the benefits associated with this approach (gas-fired DHW heating), among other exciting topics.

  • High-rise Fire Protection

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    A high-rise is defined as any building taller than 75 feet above firefighting staging operations. ASPE's high-rise building fire protection webinar discusses system design requirements for sprinkler spacing and density, standpipe requirements, fire pump and water pressure requirements, and code regulations, using NFPA 13, NFPA 14, NFPA 20, and the IBC/IFC 2009 edition. Learn how to design code-compliant systems to ensure the safety of building occupants and firefighting personnel.

    A high-rise is defined as any building taller than 75 feet above firefighting staging operations. ASPE's high-rise building fire protection webinar discusses system design requirements for sprinkler spacing and density, standpipe requirements, fire pump and water pressure requirements, and code regulations, using NFPA 13, NFPA 14, NFPA 20, and the IBC/IFC 2009 edition. Learn how to design code-compliant systems to ensure the safety of building occupants and firefighting personnel.

  • High-rise Installations

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join ASPE for this one-hour webinar and learn how engineers have solved the problem of getting water to the upper floors of commercial high-rise buildings at adequate flows and temperatures. Real-life examples from Chicago and around the United States will be presented to illustrate design solutions such as utilizing booster pumps and storage tanks and creating pressure zones. Drainage is the other side of the problem. Once water goes up, how does the resulting wastewater get back down? Learn this and more in this informative webinar.

    Join ASPE for this one-hour webinar and learn how engineers have solved the problem of getting water to the upper floors of commercial high-rise buildings at adequate flows and temperatures. Real-life examples from Chicago and around the United States will be presented to illustrate design solutions such as utilizing booster pumps and storage tanks and creating pressure zones. Drainage is the other side of the problem. Once water goes up, how does the resulting wastewater get back down? Learn this and more in this informative webinar.

  • Introduction to Natural Gas

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 05/14/2013

    This one-hour webinar will discuss the basics of natural gas design, sizing and calculations. Hear about the types of piping materials used in natural gas applications and why they are used. Understand more about commercial applications and what you should consider when designing these projects. Learn how to size piping systems for high and low pressure applications.

    This one-hour webinar will discuss the basics of natural gas design, sizing and calculations. Hear about the types of piping materials used in natural gas applications and why they are used. Understand more about commercial applications and what you should consider when designing these projects. Learn how to size piping systems for high and low pressure applications.

  • Introduction to Navisworks

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits

    This program provides an introduction into the software application of Navisworks for the individuals throughout the plumbing industry. The program will review the basics of model review, clash detection and tool utilization for designers, engineers and contractors. In this brief overview session individuals will have the opportunity to gain a better understanding of software functions and capabilities.

    RESCHEDULED to August 6, 2019 at 2 pm EDT.

    This program provides an introduction into the software application of Navisworks for the individuals throughout the plumbing industry. The program will review the basics of model review, clash detection and tool utilization for designers, engineers and contractors. In this brief overview session individuals will have the opportunity to gain a better understanding of software functions and capabilities. This webinar awards 0.1 CEUs upon completion of the webinar and passing the brief learning assessment.

     

    Content Outline: 

    • Navisworks Breakdown (Freedom & Manage) – 10 minutes
    • Aesthetic/Visual Model Review – 20 minutes
    • Clash Detection Reporting – 20 minutes
    • Intro to Advanced - 5 minutes
    • Q&A – 5 minutes

     

    Learning Objectives:

    Upon successful completion of the course learners will be able to:

    • Understand limitations and options for variety of Navisworks Applications
    • Explore methodologies for integration of various 3D model platforms
    • Perform visual project model reviews using the software tools
    • Produce template structures
    • Produce and resolve Time-based clash detection reporting

     

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    Instructor: Blair Minyard PE, CPD, CDT

    Ms. Minyard holds a Professional Engineering license and the Certified in Plumbing Design credential with more than 10 years in the plumbing industry and 7 years in the educational arena. Her expertise and strengths range in the areas of project engineering, constructability review, and documentation through modeling and drafting. She currently works as the Virtual Design & Construction Engineer for B.L. Harbert International, LLC in Birmingham, Alabama.  She is also the Vice President, Education on the Society Board of Directors. She currently serves on the Education Committee, AYP (ASPE Young Professionals) Committee, and on other various ASPE committees.