Corrosion Risk Assessment & Control Techniques Safety-Economy-Conservation

29th-30th October 2018 Mumbai

Course Description

Corrosion Masterclass - Corrosion Risk Assessment & Control Techniques Safety-Economy-Conservation

Corrosion Nightmare: 

Corrosion is a naturally occurring phenomenon commonly defined as the deterioration of a substance (usually a metal) or its properties because of a reaction with its environment. Corrosion is both costly and dangerous. Billions of dollars are spent annually for the replacement of corroded structures, machinery, and components. Failures due to corrosion can also result in human injury, loss of life, and collateral damage.

Key Takeaways:

Participants would become conversant with corrosion mechanism, causes and corrosion preventions. During day to day working they could predict the immature failure of equipment, piping and tanks. This would prevent the accidents and so the prevention of loss of lives, property and inventory. 

Who Should Attend: 

Individuals who are responsible for materials selection, corrosion engineering, inspection and repairs. Also suitable for Engineers, Managers, Supervisors, Inspector etc, who need a advance understanding of corrosion and its devastating potential. This course will be beneficial to those involved in corrosion monitoring and its control. The course will also benefit senior engineers who would like to increase their knowledge of materials and corrosion. 

 

For Registration Call us at 022-62210100 or Email us on info@marcepinc.com

Training Agenda

2 Days Training Agenda for Corrosion Masterclass - Corrosion Risk Assessment & Control Techniques Safety-Economy-Conservation

 

  Day-One
• Noticing Corrosion in Equipment: Need of periodic
  In-service Inspection
• In-service Inspection of Tanks, Pressure Vessels
  and Piping
• Review of Metallurgy of Steel
• Understanding the difference between Corrosion
  and Deterioration
• Discussions on four major types of Corrosion/
  Deterioration, their causes and remedies
• Expected Corrosion Mechanisms in Oil and Gas
Industry
• Understanding of WET and DRY Corrosion Due to
Chemical Reactions
• Review of Various Forms of Corrosions.
1. Dissimilar Metal Weld (DMW) Cracking
2. Erosion and Cavitation
3. Uniform or Localized Loss of Thickness
4. Atmospheric Corrosion /Galvanic Corrosion
5. Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI)
6. Cooling Water/ Boiler Water Condensate
Corrosion
7. CO2 Corrosion
8. Flue-Gas Dew-Point Corrosion
9. Microbiologically Induced Corrosion (MIC)
10. Soil Corrosion
11. Dealloying
12. High Temperature Corrosion
13. Oxidation /Sulfidation
14. Fuel Ash Corrosion
15. Amine Corrosion / Ammonium Bisulfide Corrosion
(Alkaline Sour Water)
16. Ammonium Chloride / Hydrochloric Acid (HCl)
Corrosion
17. High Temp H2/H2S Corrosion
18. Hydrofluoric (HF) Acid / Naphthenic Acid
Corrosion (NAC)
19. Phenol (Carbolic Acid) / Phosphoric Acid
Corrosion
20. Sour Water Corrosion (Acidic)
21. Sulfuric Acid Corrosion
22. Aqueous Organic Acid Corrosion

Day-Two
• Corrosion due to Metallurgical Changes
1. Temper Embrittlement,
2. Creep
3. Brittle Fracture
4. High Temperature Hydrogen Attack (HTHA)
• Understanding of Stress Corrosion Cracking
    Mechanism
1. Chloride Stress Corrosion Cracking (Cl-SCC)
2. Corrosion Fatigue
3. Caustic Stress Corrosion Cracking (Caustic
    Embrittlement)
4. Ammonia Stress Corrosion Cracking
5. Liquid Metal Embrittlement (LME)
6. Hydrogen Embrittlement (HE)
7. Ethanol Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC)
8. Sulfate Stress Corrosion Cracking
9. Polythionic Acid Stress Corrosion Cracking
     (PASCC)
10. Amine Stress Corrosion Cracking
11. Wet H2S Damage (Blistering/HIC/SOHIC/SSC)
12. Hydrogen Stress Cracking - HF
13. Carbonate Stress Corrosion Cracking (ACSCC)
• Fatigue Corrosion Cracking
1. Mechanical Fatigue
2. Vibration-Induced Fatigue
3. Thermal Fatigue
4. Corrosion Fatigue
• Review of All Corrosion Mechanisms in
  Fertilizer, Petroleum and Petrochemical Industry
• Introduction to API 651, Cathodic Protection
Means to Prevent Cathodic Protection and Control ?? Case Study on Corrosion Control
Summary and Mock Exam

 
For Registration Call us at 022-62210100 or Email us on info@marcepinc.com

Course Director

Course Director: Mr. Narendra Thatte Educational Qualifications: - Graduation in Petroleum & Petrochemical Engineering, Pune University, India, - Post Graduation in Piping Engineering India, 1997 - Certified API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspector - Certified API 570 Piping Inspector Professional Experience: - Professional career experience of more than 3 decades with several multinational companies like DPG (Now Aker Solutions), Uhde India Ltd. at various levels. - He has expertise in codes like ASME, API, BS, Indian Boiler Regulation (IBR) etc. and company standards like Aramco, SABIC, Shell etc. - Worked in Risk assessment, Risk ranking and evolving the Risk Based Inspection methodology. - Presently working as Freelancing Designer and Inspector carrying out inspections of equipment in Refineries, Petro-chemicals, and Power Generation industries; work involving material inspections, Equipment & field inspection. Also carried out fitness for service analysis for corroded equipment; - He regularly conducts training courses in the field of API Certification courses, Piping Engineering, corrosion, other Metallurgy and ASME related courses. These were attended by senior professionals from Larsen & Toubro, Reliance Ind., HPCL and other organizations - He conducted overseas courses covering various Codes and Standards, Corrosion, API 510, API 570 and Risk based Inspection Courses (API RP 580/581), metallurgy and Piping Engineering related topics. These were attended by working professionals from Saudi Aramco, SABIC and other organizations. For Registration Call us at 022-62210100 or Email us on info@marcepinc.com
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