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Lamination damage — pressure vessel shell lamination; level 1and level 2 Practical example: Almost 20 years of work in research and industrial projects, as well as training activities especially in risk-based inspections for power plants and refining industry. We’ve noticed this is not your region. The students should be able to complete by themselves in a confident manner at least Level 2 assessment ; coupled with strong aoi code knowledge and inspection experience.

Gouge damage — pipeline; level 1 and level 2 Practical example: Participated or lead more than 20 EU funded projects, and participated in a number of national projects in the area of material research and education abroad. Check your email for the Activation Code. During last years CADE has applied successfully, and deepen his knowledge, 5792- FFS methodology extending his application not only to in-service equipment, but also to post-fabrication acceptability, pre-commissioning validation or failure investigation support.

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Inspection original fabrication and in-service flaws Maintenance including repairs and replacement Guidelines to make run-repair-replace decisions of in-service equipment are required. Participants will be walked-through the eight-step procedure for conducting an FFS assessment for each damage condition of a component: In these projects, a vast understanding and knowledge about materials, material degradation mechanisms, inspection methods, risks has been accumulated.


Assessment of General Metal Loss Part 5: Don’t have an account? 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 and level 2 Pressure vessel with pitting at the bottom, level 2 Day 3 Module 7: We have detected that JavaScript is disabled in your web browser.

Assessment of hydrogen blisters, weld misalignment and shell distortions and Crack-like Flaws – Practical examples Worked example: Description The assessment methods apply to pressure vessels, piping, and tanks that are in service that may contain flaws or have sustained damage.

Send a new code. Applicable to most types of pressurized equipment, piping apo piping systems and storage tanks where flaws and damage or degradation has been detected or identified. 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.

Or if you don’t have an account you can sign up as a Provider or as a Learner. Assessment of Components Operating in the Creep Range continued Level 2 assessment Creep, creep-thermal fatigue and corrosion interaction at high temperatures Omega, Larson-Miler and other parametric approaches to creep life assessment Creep and Creep crack growth Module You can manage your calendar by clicking on the button below.

Person Led Distance Learner. Fatigue damage — assessment of fatigue crack growth; level 1 and level 2 Module apo The assessments are able to provide information on the current state of damage along with providing an estimate for the remaining life of the equipment.


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Quantitative engineering evaluation to determine if an in-service equipment is Safe and Reliable to operate at Specific Conditions during a Determined Time.

FFS Assessment: Alternative cost effective solutions for operating plants

Detailed knowledge and understanding of the design and inspection codes is pre-requisite for attendance to this course. Fire Damage – Partially fire exposed vessel damage; level 2 Practical example: Sub-project leader and part of the management team for iNTeg-Risk project 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.

Project and risk management skills are proven in numerous projects in last 10 years.

Dent damage — pipeline; level 1 and level 2 Practical example: Most of times it is applied when inspection findings revealed a condition that may impact the future operation of the asset, such as metal loss e. Send a message To: A;i last Sep 09, First Name Last Name.

API /ASME FFS – Fitness-for-Service Example Problem Manual

Repetitorium 2-hour repetitorium of covered modules Exam preparation Final Exam. SCC Crack evaluation in heat exchanger bended tube. Be the first to write a review about this course.