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<ul><li><p> Tel +61 (08) 9535 8176 Mob 0439 913 313 Worldwide Tank Se rv i ces www.wor ldwide tank .com.au </p><p> WHO SHOULD ATTEND </p><p>This course is intended for integrity assessment engineers, operations engineers, maintenance engineers, maintenance supervisors, facility integrity supervisors, corrosion technicians, corrosion engineers, corrosion specialists, site inspection engineers, inspectors, piping engineers, mechanical engineers, plant managers, plant engineers, project engineers and engineers responsible for maintaining the integrity of process plant equipment and piping. </p><p> TRAINING METHODOLOGY </p><p>This interactive training workshop includes the following training methodologies as a percentage of total tuition hours:- 50% Lectures 30% Workshop &amp; work presentations 20% Case Studies and Practical exercise </p><p>TO REGISTER CALL NOW! +61 8 9535 8176 VISIT: www.worldwidetank.com.au EMAIL: admin@worldwidetank.com.au </p><p>API 579 Inspection Planning, fitness-for-Service, </p><p>Tank, Piping &amp; Process Equipment </p></li><li><p> Tel +61 (08) 9535 8176 Mob 0439 913 313 Worldwide Tank Se rv i ces www.wor ldwide tank .com.au </p><p>API 579 Inspection Planning, fitness-for-Service, </p><p>Tank, Piping &amp; Process Equipment </p><p>Course Description &amp; Objectives In this highly practical course, participants will learn how to evaluation inspection results and calculate the remaining life of corroded and degraded equipment. The course will review the recommended practices of API 579 &amp; API 571 and how they can be applied on Fitness-for-service and damage mechanisms affecting process plant equipment. The course covers general engineering assessment, damage mechanisms, and specific assessment procedures that include the fitness-for-service of equipment and materials of construction used in refining, petrochemical, and chemical industries. It also covers brittle fracture applications for low tem-perature refinery and petrochemical services, assessment of corrosion damage, assessment of blisters/laminations, and assessment of crack-like flaws, assessment of fire damage, and the Run-Repair-Replace decision-making process. </p><p>The participant will not only be able t apply the rules to calculate the remaining life of corroded and degraded equipment, and make run-or-repair decision, but will also understand the historical and technical basis of the rules. </p><p>The course is illustrated through ha large number of case studies and does involve some calcu-lations (with a hand-held calculator) to calculate failure margins and remaining life. </p><p>The aim of this course is to provide the participants with a complete and up-to-date overview of the area of inspection, Planning, Fitness-for-Service, Damage Mechanisms and Repair of Vessels, Tanks, Piping and Process Equipment in accordance with API 579 and API 571. Furthermore, participants will learn how to identify damage mechanisms in accordance with API RP 571, evaluate the extent of damage and carry out FFS assessment at damage locations in plant equipment service in order to estimate the remaining life and extend the life of equipment and facilities or make decisions to repair or replace. Up on the successful completion of this course, each participant will be able to:- </p><p> Apply ASME PPC, API 579 standards for vessels, tanks, piping and process equipment </p><p> Plan the inspection of vessels, tanks, piping and process equipment </p><p> Evaluate the inspection results </p><p> Calculate the remaining life of corroded and degraded equipment </p><p> Select and implement the right repair technique be applying the ASME PCC codes </p></li><li><p> Tel +61 (08) 9535 8176 Mob 0439 913 313 Worldwide Tank Se rv i ces www.wor ldwide tank .com.au </p><p>API 579 Inspection Planning, fitness-for-Service, </p><p>Tank, Piping &amp; Process Equipment </p><p>DAY 1 </p><p>0730 - 0800 Registration &amp; Coffee </p><p>0800 - 0830 Introduction &amp; Welcome </p><p>0830 - 0915 Overview of Codes and Standards API and ASME </p><p>0915 - 1000 Latest Developments in Integrity and Fitness-For-Service </p><p>1000 - 1015 Break </p><p>1015 - 1200 Overview of Material Strength and Toughness </p><p>1200-1300 Lunch </p><p>1300 - 1330 Overview of Design Rules </p><p>1330 - 1445 Overview of Corrosion and Degradation Mechanisms API 571 </p><p>1245 - 1500 Break </p><p>1500 - 1700 Overview of Corrosion and Degradation Mechanisms (cont) </p><p>1700 - 1730 Design Margins and Corrosion Allowance </p><p>DAY 2 </p><p>0730 - 0800 Evaluation of Inspection Results </p><p>0800 - 0830 Flaw Assessment: a Practical Approach </p><p>0830 - 0915 Fitness-For-Service Overview API 579 </p><p>0915 - 0945 Brittle Fracture Analysis </p><p>0945 - 1000 Break </p><p>1000 - 1045 General Metal Loss Analysis </p><p>1045 - 1130 Analysis of Wall Thinning and Remaining Life </p><p>1130 - 1200 Team Exercise: Wall Thinning Analysis </p><p>1200 - 1300 Lunch Break </p><p>1300 - 1315 Calculate Initial Strength of Component </p><p>1315 - 1400 Calculate Remaining Strength of Corroded Equipment or Pipeline </p><p>1400 - 1530 Predict Remaining Life and Failure Mode </p></li><li><p> Tel +61 (08) 9535 8176 Mob 0439 913 313 Worldwide Tank Se rv i ces www.wor ldwide tank .com.au </p><p>API 579 Inspection Planning, fitness-for-Service, </p><p>Tank, Piping &amp; Process Equipment </p><p>DAY 3 </p><p>0730 - 0830 Local Metal Loss Analysis </p><p>0830 - 0930 Pitting Corrosion Analysis </p><p>0930 - 0945 Break </p><p>0945 - 1030 </p><p>HIC, SOHIC and Hydrogen Blister Damage </p><p>1030 1200 </p><p>Blisters and Laminations Analysis </p><p>1200 - 1300 Lunch Break </p><p>11300 - 1330 </p><p>Analyze Remaining Strength of Component with Local Corrosion </p><p>1330 - 1530 Compare ASME B31G and API 579 Results </p><p>DAY 4 </p><p>0730 - 0830 </p><p>Distortions, Dents and Gouges Analysis </p><p>0830 - 0930 </p><p>Weld Misalignment and Shell Distortions </p><p>0930 - 0945 Break </p><p>0945 - 1030 </p><p>Introduction to Fracture Mechanics </p><p>1030 - 1200 </p><p>Crack Flaws Analysis and Fracture Mechanics </p><p>1200 - 1300 Lunch Break </p><p>1300 - 1330 </p><p>Fatigue Analysis and Remaining Life </p><p>1330 - 1730 </p><p>Introduction to Risk-Based-Inspection API 580-581 </p></li><li><p> Tel +61 (08) 9535 8176 Mob 0439 913 313 Worldwide Tank Se rv i ces www.wor ldwide tank .com.au </p><p>API 579 Inspection Planning, fitness-for-Service, </p><p>Tank, Piping &amp; Process Equipment </p><p>DAY 5 </p><p>0730 - 0800 API 581 Failure Likelihood Analysis </p><p>0800 - 0845 Corrosion Loops and Failure Margins </p><p>0845 - 0915 API 581 Failure Consequence Analysis </p><p>0915 - 0930 Break </p><p>0930 - 1000 Preparation of Inspection Matrix </p><p>1000 1030 Examples of Plant RBIs </p><p>1030 1200 Team exercise: Risk-BASED Ranking </p><p>1200 1300 Lunch Break </p><p>1300 1400 Determine Corrosion Rate </p><p>1400 1530 Calculate Likelihood and Consequence of Failure </p><p>1530-1545 Break </p><p>1545 - 1630 Round-up &amp;Presentation of Certificates </p></li></ul>

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