Your request has been sent. You should be hearing from a site administrator shortly.
Enter the date that this post should be published.
Are you sure you want to delete this file?
This action is irreversible.
Hi ASME SERAD Community,
The enclosed is the ASME SERAD newsletter-3rd quarter. It includes exciting news about the division activities. Please stay tuned for the 4th quarter newsletter.
Ernest J. L Kee
Mohammad Pourgol Mohamad
The Newsletter Editors
Dear ASME SER2AD Members,
Hope this finds you safe and healthy as Covid-19 pandemic continues. With all its impact to our society, and interruption of the physical meetings, we will keep our communication with the members in effective ways. The enclosed is ASME SERAD Newsletter-2nd Quarter-2020.
Dear ASME SERAD Members,
Hope this finds you safe and healthy in the unusual situation with Covid-19. With all its impact to our society, interruption of the meeting, and in-person communication, we well keep our communication with the members in a effective ways. The enclosed is ASME SERAD Newsletter-1st Quarter-2020.
The attachment is the ASME SERAD Newsletter-December 2019 (4th Quarter) Issue. I am posting thsi on behalf of the co-editors Ernie Kee and me.
Hi SERAD Members,
The enclosed is the ASME SERAD Newsletter-September 2019 Issue. The editor of the new edition is Ernie Kee.
SERAD Newsletter Co-Editor
Dear SERAD Community,
Enclosed is the newsletter of ASME SERAD division for June 2019. The newsletter includes exciting news about the division activities.
Mohammad Pourgol-Mohammad, Ph.D
The enclosed is the ASME SERAD Newsletter-March 2019 volume.
Dear Safety, Risk and Reliability Community,
The attached, you find the SERAD Newsletter-Volume 1, December 2018.
SERAD Newsletter Editors,
Hello SERAD members,
the enclosed is ASME SERAD Newsletter Q2-September 2018.
2nd Vice-Chair, SERAD
SERAD is relaunching its quarterly Division Newsletter. Please see the June 2018 Edition for highlights of Division activities from FY18.
Akula Ramakrishnaa , P Sojan Lal b, Nihal A Siddiqui c
Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is most common and convenient fuel for domestic applications such as indoor cooking, outdoor barbeque. LPG Cylinders plays a prominent role in carrying hazardous LPG conveniently from one place to another. Majority of these cylinders are made of low carbon steel. Although several standards, best practices and guidelines are in place to monitor LPG cylinder life cycle, LPG cylinders are greatly abused in market with wrong handling practices. In this article an attempt has been made to briefly highlight requirements of material safety compliance in LPG cylinder life cycle, which is missing in current standards particularly related to United Arab Emirates (UAE).