Damage Mechanism Affecting Fixed Equipment API 571

In Mumbai 21st - 22nd August 2017 and Kolkata 23rd - 24th August 2017

Course Description

To highlight it's monitoring & mitigation in Petroleum Refineries, Chemicals, Fertilizers, Petrochemical Process Industries sector in India.

To create awareness & improving work knowledge among all discipline of above-mentioned sectors including management since Integrity of equipment is everyone's concern and it is a combined team responsibility.

This 2-day training consists of an interactive talk with live case studies and video presentation covering an in-depth industry topic. The speaker will cover from the overview of basic corrosion & degradation damage mechanism of equipment to proactive & dynamic approach for optimizing inspection with caution

For In-house training contact us on 022-30210100 or email techsupport@marcepinc.com

 

Training Agenda

Day One

Introduction to Damage Mechanism
Participants Expectations and Experience
Why is Damage Mechanism Review Required
API 571 Overview
Materials of Construction for Refinery Applications
Mechanical and Metallurgical Failure Mechanisms
Temper Embrittlement
Strain Aging
Brittle Fracture
Creep and Stress Rupture
Steam Blanketing
Mechanical and Metallurgical Failure Mechanisms (Cont’d)
Dissimilar Metal Weld (DMW) Cracking
Reheat Cracking
Mechanical Fatigue
Vibration-Induced Fatigue
Thermal Fatigue
Refractory Degradation
Erosion/ Erosion – Corrosion
General Corrosion Tips
Uniform or Localized Loss of Thickness
Galvanic Corrosion
Atmospheric Corrosion
CO2 Corrosion
Flue-Gas Dew-Point Corrosion
Soil Corrosion
Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI)
Boiler Water Condensate Corrosion
Cooling Water Corrosion
Microbiologically Induced Corrosion (MIC)
Dealloying
Uniform or Localized Loss of Thickness
Chemical Corrosion in Different Industry & there Losses

Day Two

Environment – Assisted Cracking
Chloride Stress Corrosion Cracking (Cl- SCC)
Caustic Stress Corrosion Cracking (Caustic Embrittlement)]
Ammonia Stress Corrosion Cracking
Environment – Assisted Cracking (Cont’d)
Corrosion Fatigue
Liquid Metal Embrittlement (LME)
Hydrogen Embrittlement (HE)
Wet H2S Damage (Blistering/HIC/SOHIC/SSC)
Hydrogen Stress Cracking – HF
High-Temperature Hydrogen Attack (HTHA)-
Titanium Hydriding
High-Temperature Corrosion [>400°F (204°C)]
Oxidation-[4.4.1]
Sulfidation-[4.4.2]
High Temp H2/H2S Corrosion
Carburization
Decarburization
Metal Dusting
Nitriding
Fuel Ash Corrosion
Damage Mechanism Review (DMR), Integrity & Integrity Management
Plant Reliability & RBI
Case Studies and Group Discussion

For In-house training contact us on 022-30210100 or email techsupport@marcepinc.com

Course Director

He is a 1970 graduate in Mechanical Engineer from VJTI Mumbai. He also completed his AMIE in Chemical Engineering from Institute of Engineers India. He has over 44 years of work experience in Oil, Petrochemical, Fertilizer Industry. He has worked in renowned and reputed companies like Reliance Industries Ltd., Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Essar Oil Ltd., Gujarat State Fertilizer Co., Finolex Industries Ltd.,Humphreys and Glas gow Consultants etc. in India and had a 2 year stint in PEQUIVEN in Venezuela. His major experience is in Inspection & Corrosion, and he has guided engineers to understand THE damage mechanism and develop mitigation strategies to overcome these with the sole objective “The Plants MUST operate continuously”. For Inhouse training contact us on 022-30210100 or email techsupport@marcepinc.com
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