D02 Petroleum Products, Liquid Fuels, and Lubricants

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    SCHEDULE

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    ASTM TRAINING SESSIONS

    Workshop: Committee D02 Member Orientation
    Sept. 22, 2020 – 10:00am EDT

    This orientation will include an overview of ASTM and the organization and structure of D02. Learn about your role and responsibilities as a new D02 member. There will be an opportunity to ask questions. All members, especially new members and visitors are encouraged to attend.The orientation will be presented by Greg Miiller, Committee D02 First Vice-Chairman.

    Ceremony: D02 Awards and Recognition Ceremony
    December 17, 2020

    Please join your colleagues in recognizing the outstanding contributions of fellow members. This ceremony will announce and recognize individual contributions and members who have been nominated by subcommittees, the D02 Main Committee, and the ASTM Society! At the conclusion of the event, we will celebrate with a virtual “toast” using your favorite beverage of choice! Join us on December 17, 2020 – see the master schedule for virtual link.

    Seminar: Committee D02 Seminar on Statistics: Getting Your New Method Approved: The Requirements For Initial Repeatability
    Date TBD

    This introductory seminar will present an overview of the requirements for initial repeatability. This module will be presented by J Andrew Tachovsky, Member, D02.94 on Quality Assurance and Statistics and Phillip Godorov, ASTM ILS Staff.

    Seminar: Committee D02 Seminar on Statistics: Understanding Relative Bias Between Two Test Methods that claim to measure the same property
    Date TBD

    This seminar provides an overview explanation on the statistical concepts behind relative bias between two test methods that claim to measure the same property, and the general statistical approach used in Practice D6708 to perform relative bias assessment. This module will be presented by Alex Lau, subcommittee chair of D02.94 Coordinating Subcommittee on Quality Assurance and Statistics.

    ASTM International Training and eLearning Opportunities

    ASTM International offers a wide variety of online training options to meet your needs, our existing eLearning program has been expanded to also include D4057 Sampling and a Lab Basics program on The Art of Analysis and Precision and Bias. ASTM International now offers many of our in-person classes in a virtual classroom, which will have live instructors who will provide their expertise in a multi days online forum. Below is a list of Committee D02 specific virtual fall training webpages or you can view the extensive list of our virtual offerings here. To learn more please email train.org.

    September 28th - October 2nd: Diesel Fuels: Specifications and Test Methods

    October 5th - October 9th: Gasoline: Specifications, Testing, and Technology

    November 9th - November 13th: Crude Oil: Sampling, Testing, and Evaluation

    November 9th - November 13th: Statistics in ASTM Standard Test Method Development, Application, and Quality Assurance

    December 1st - December 2nd: Understanding Test Method Precision, Bias, ILS Design, Statistical Quality Control Charts, and TIER III SQC Requirements


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