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Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser. Spherical pressure vessel with crack-like flaw; level 1 Worked example: Participants will be walked-through the eight-step procedure for conducting an FFS assessment for each damage condition of a component: Check your email for the Activation Code. Assessment of Metal Loss — Practical Examples General Corrosion — Heat exchanger level 1 General Corrosion — Pressure vessel level 1 and 2 General Corrosion — Piping level 1 and 2 General Corrosion — Own example s ; determine necessary level s Pressure vessel single localized corrosion area, level 1 Pressure vessel with groove-like flaws, level 1 and 2 Atmospheric tank with localized corrosion, level 1 and 2 Elbow with localized corrosion, level 2 Piping with pitting example, level 1 level 2 Pressure vessel with pitting at apu bottom, level 2 Day 3 Module 7: Fire Damage — Partially fire exposed vessel damage; level 2 Practical example: Assessment of Local Metal loss Part 6: The course is aimed at plant inspectors, plant engineers, inspection engineers, and materials and corrosion engineers responsible for managing the integrity of process equipment, piping, boilers and storage tanks.

This course was added to your SpeedyCourse calendar. Fatigue damage assessment — remaining life assessment based on operation data and cycle counting; Level 1 Practical example: Discussion on damage mechanisms and spi importance of identification, inspection techniques for flaw characterization, remaining life considerations, remediation methods and methods for life extension of damaged equipment. Assessment of hydrogen blisters, weld misalignment and shell distortions and Crack-like Flaws — Practical examples Worked example: What do you want to learn today?

September 03 Monday — September 09 Sunday. Fatigue damage — assessment of fatigue crack growth; level 1 and level 2 Module Sign up for free.

Repetitorium 2-hour repetitorium of covered modules Exam preparation Final Exam. Lamination damage — pressure vessel shell lamination; level 1and level 2 Practical example: Assessment of General Metal Loss Part 5: Pressure vessel with crack-like flaw; level 1 Worked example: Obviously, main benefits of FFS are to grant safe and reliable operation, but also allowing reductions in downtime by eliminating unnecessary repairs, giving extra time to plan shutdown and furthermore reduces eventual costs.

Cylindrical pressure vessel with crack-like flaw; level 1 and 2 Worked example: Equipment design basis documentation, including documents that are used to comply with regulatory requirements by establishing that equipment is safe for continued operation Acceptance criteria for future inspections Justification for the deferral of equipment replacement or repair Options for rerating, altering, repairing, or replacing equipment Forecasting remaining useful life of equipment Future inspection requirements Learn Level 1 and Level 2 FFS assessment apo DURATION: We have detected that JavaScript is disabled in your web browser.

SpeedyCourse will work better if you enable JavaScript. Inspection original qpi and in-service flaws Maintenance including repairs and replacement Guidelines to make run-repair-replace decisions of in-service equipment are required.

FFS Assessment: Alternative cost effective solutions for operating plants Breaks taken at approximately one hour intervals and 1 hour for qpi. In these projects, a vast understanding and knowledge about materials, material degradation mechanisms, inspection methods, risks has been accumulated.

Participants will be walked-through the eight-step procedure for conducting an FFS assessment for each damage condition of a component:. Quantitative engineering evaluation to determine if an in-service equipment is Safe and Reliable to operate at Specific Conditions during a Determined Time. Send a new code. Creep Damage — crack-like flaw; creep crack growth; level 2 Practical example: Dent damage — pipeline; level 1 and level 2 Practical example: Assessment of Fire Damage Part Team Discount cannot be combined with any other discounts or promotions.

SCC Crack evaluation in heat exchanger bended tube. Original Scope was evaluation of pressurized equipment in the refinery and petrochemical industry, but then was extended to other industries. First Name Last Name. Gouge damage — pipeline; level 1 and level 2 Practical example: Most Related.

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Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser. Spherical pressure vessel with crack-like flaw; level 1 Worked example: Participants will be walked-through the eight-step procedure for conducting an FFS assessment for each damage condition of a component: Check your email for the Activation Code. Assessment of Metal Loss — Practical Examples General Corrosion — Heat exchanger level 1 General Corrosion — Pressure vessel level 1 and 2 General Corrosion — Piping level 1 and 2 General Corrosion — Own example s ; determine necessary level s Pressure vessel single localized corrosion area, level 1 Pressure vessel with groove-like flaws, level 1 and 2 Atmospheric tank with localized corrosion, level 1 and 2 Elbow with localized corrosion, level 2 Piping with pitting example, level 1 level 2 Pressure vessel with pitting at apu bottom, level 2 Day 3 Module 7: Fire Damage — Partially fire exposed vessel damage; level 2 Practical example: Assessment of Local Metal loss Part 6: The course is aimed at plant inspectors, plant engineers, inspection engineers, and materials and corrosion engineers responsible for managing the integrity of process equipment, piping, boilers and storage tanks. This course was added to your SpeedyCourse calendar. Fatigue damage assessment — remaining life assessment based on operation data and cycle counting; Level 1 Practical example: Discussion on damage mechanisms and spi importance of identification, inspection techniques for flaw characterization, remaining life considerations, remediation methods and methods for life extension of damaged equipment. Assessment of hydrogen blisters, weld misalignment and shell distortions and Crack-like Flaws — Practical examples Worked example: What do you want to learn today?

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This course provides a discussion on damage mechanisms and the importance of identification, inspection techniques for flaw characterization, and an overview of remaining life, remediation, and methods to extend the life of damaged equipment. Course Highlights Learn the importance of damage mechanism identification and the role it plays when selecting the appropriate FFS procedure. Understand methods used to establish inspection intervals and the appropriate mitigation and monitoring methods for the particular types of damage. Recognize opportunities for proactive FFS and how these applications can aid in NDE and flaw sizing guidelines, shutdown planning, evaluation of undocumented equipment, and brittle fracture screening. Who Should Attend: Plant engineers in mechanical reliability programs Plant inspectors Central engineering staff Consultants for refining and petrochemicals Can also be beneficial for the fossil fuel utility, pulp and paper, nuclear energy, and other industries that use and maintain pressurized equipment For More Information Contact Equity Engineering via email: training e2g.

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