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Fitness For Services Practical Approach in Piping, Vessels and Tanks installation with API Standards, 17-20 October 2016

FOREWORD
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This Fitness For Services Practical Approach in Piping, Vessels and Tanks installation training is provided to explore of failure in tanks, vessels, and pipes. Fitness-for-service is the understanding of why, when and how tanks, vessels, and pipes fail. The answer is the crossroads of mechanical design and snalysis, metallurgy, welding, corrosion, inspection, and grasp of operations. These knowledge have to merge into a succinct and clear answer, preferably a single number: how much longer can component operate safely.

THE PARTICIPANTS
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The course will be of benefit to engineering and technical personnel that concern in asset integrity management, inspection, maintenance, and operation. They also have a responsible to convince the government authority and company top management.

OBJECTIVE:
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On Successful completion of this module the participant will be able to:

  • – Learn the core concepts of fundamental FFS & application in industry
  • – Understand how to modify & improve the existing equipment without avoid the safety and business aspects.
  • – Learn how implement the tools of FFS based upon the API 579 and the other standard
  • – Be able to measure the reliability of Plant

COURSE OUTLINE:
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1. Introduction to FFS API579

  • FFS and Conduct of Operations
  • FFS of Old and New Equipment
  • The FFS Step
  • Maintenance Strategy
  • Process Hazard Analysis
  • Codes, Standards, and Guides

2. Materials

  • Ferrous Metals
  • Nonferrous Metals
  • Ferrous Metals
  • Mechanical Properties
  • Benefits of Postweld Heat Treatment

3. Design

  • Basic Design and Detail Design
  • Design Codes
  • Design Minimum Wall tmin
  • Future Corrosion Allowance FCA
  • Apllied Load and Residual Stresses
  • Vessel Exmaple
  • Vessel Cyllindrical Shell
  • Plant Piping-ASME B31.3
  • Liquid Pipelines ASME B31.4
  • Gas Pipelines
  • Fatigue
  • ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code Fatigue Method
  • ASME Stress Classification along a Line
  • External Pressure

4. Fabrication

  • Fabrication and Construction Flaws
  • Base Metal Defects
  • Fabrication Flaws
  • Welding Techniques
  • Carbon Equivalent
  • Weld Quality
  • Welding in Service
  • Test Pressure for Pressure Vessels, Process Piping, Liquid Pipelines, Gas Pipelines
  • Mill and Handling flaws
  • Field Weld Flaws
  • Measuring & Calculating Residual Stresses
  • Mechanical Joint Flaws

5. Degradation

  • Corrosion
  • Damage
  • Degradation and Fitness-for-Service
  • Understanding and Fitness-for-Service
  • The electrochemical Cell
  • The Galvanic Cell
  • Concentration Cell
  • High Temperature Corrosion
  • Measuring Corrosion and Corrosion Rates
  • Coating
  • Practical Challenges

6. Inspection

  • Principles of Inspection
  • Why? What? Where? How? When?
  • Risk Based Inspection
  • General Metal Loss Example
  • Crack Example
  • Correction for Reliability
  • Direct Assessment

7. Thinning

  • Three categories of wall thinning
  • Leak or Break
  • Buckling
  • API 653 Tank Thickness
  • Tank thickness for service
  • Power Plant Pipe Rupture
  • ASME B31G for Pipelines
  • Basis of ASME B31G
  • Derating a Pipeline
  • Example Pitting in Pipeline

8. Geometric Defects

  • Integrity if Geometric Defects
  • Assessment Steps
  • Distorted Tank Bottom Example
  • Accidentally Bent Riser Example
  • Dents in Pipeline
  • Dents in Gouges
  • Defect Beyond Assessment

9. Cracks

  • Cracklike flaws
  • Crack Stability
  • Stress Intensity
  • Example: Crack in Pipeline
  • Stress Intensity Solutions
  • Fracture Toughness
  • Weld Residual Stresses
  • Vessel Example
  • Leak Through Cracks

10. Creep Damage

  • What is creep?
  • High Temperature Corrosion
  • The difficulties of Creep Analysis and Predictions
  • Creep Life Analysis with API Standard
  • Mettalographic Life Assessment

11. Failure Analysis

  • Failure Modes and Effects
  • Root Cause Failure Analysis
  • Failure Analysis Tools
  • Store Energy Associated with Flashing Liquids
  • Leak Before Break Using the Failure Assessment Diagram

12. Repairs

  • Repair Work Package
  • Postconstruction Codes and Standars
  • Safety
  • Regulatory Requirements
  • Replacement
  • Flaw Excavation
  • Weld Overlay
  • Welded Leak Box
  • Fillet Welded Patch
  • Mechanical Clamp
  • Inserted Liner
  • Pipe Splitting
  • Nonmetallic wrap

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
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Engineers, Inspectors, Maintenance and Production Staff, Engineering Procurement Control, Design Engineer, and Engineering Unit Manager.

DATES & VENUE:
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DATES : 15-19 Juni 2015
TIME : 8.00 am – 4.00 pm
VENUE : BANDUNG

FURTHER INFORMATION:
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Handal Training Graha Tirtadi, 5th Floor Jl. Raden Saleh No.20, CIKINI, Jakarta 10330
Website:http://www. ahlik3bnsp.com email: info@ahlik3bnsp.com
Phone: +62 21 –39837475 Fax : + 62 21 – 29827477
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COURSE FEES
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Course Fee: Rp. 11.750.000,- including: training modules, merchandise, seminar kit, training certificate, 2 x coffee break & lunch, excluding accommodation and tax
COURSE INSTRUCTOR
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Handal Team Instructor

 

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