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API 579 Fitness For Service
18th May 2015
According to American Petroleum Institute, Fitness-For-Service (FFS) assessments are an evaluations performed to demonstrate the structural integrity of an in-service component which may contain failure or damages.
This course will provide you a clear understanding on how to deal with degraded equipments which is allowed to run without repairing, replacements or reduction of the pressure rating. FFS assessments are applicable to ranges of damage types for example dents, cracks, creep damage and more.
Delegates will go through case studies which shows step by step on the analytical approach and explained applications.Some of the topics which will be included in this course will be assessments of fire damage, high temperature hydrogen attack (HTHA), tank shell & edge settlement, heater tube remaining life, mechanical vibration and thermal & mechanical fatigue.
NOTE: Each delegates are required to bring their own CALCULATOR
Benefits Of Attending
- Introduction and understanding of Fitness-For-Service (FFS)
- Identify ways to evaluate and make decision on repair alterations & re-ratings
- Insights of degradation concepts & FFS
- Discover techniques on assessment of different damage mechanism and types
- Problem solving tools for different plant components
Who Should Attend
This course is ideal for personnels who are involved in repair, maintenance and trouble shooting of plant equipments in Refining, Petrochemical & Chemical Industries. Job tiltles include:
- Asset Integrity Manager / Engineer
- Inspection Manager / Engineer
- QA/QC Manager / Engineer
- Maintenance Manager / Engineer
- Plant Operating Manager / Engineer
- Chemical Manager / Engineer
- Process Manager / Engineer
For further information of this course, please email to firstname.lastname@example.org