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API 571 Damage Mechanisms Affecting Fixed Equipment in the Refining Industry
Objectives

  • The objective of this Supplemental Inspection Certification Preparatory Training Program is to provide in-site and technical Knowledge based competence within API certified Inspectors (API 510, 570, & 653). Knowledge and expertise in the area of Corrosion and Materials based on the information contained in API RP 571 will be discussed. An API Supplemental Inspection Certification is defined as “Documentation that indicates that minimum requirements have been met for additional qualification in the designated area of expertise”. This would include an API certificate.
  • This course will prepare an Inspector to successfully complete the API 571 Suplimentory Inspector Certification Examination by thoroughly reviewing the API Recommended Practice 571. Mock examination questions, meeting the appropriate specific examination criteria, will be utilized to simulate actual API test conditions, providing an effective study base.

 

Outlines

  • The objective of this Supplemental Inspection Certification Preparatory Training Program is to provide in-site and technical Knowledge based competence within API certified Inspectors (API 510, 570, & 653). Knowledge and expertise in the area of Corrosion and Materials based on the information contained in API RP 571 will be discussed. An API Supplemental Inspection Certification is defined as “Documentation that indicates that minimum requirements have been met for additional qualification in the designated area of expertise”. This would include an API certificate.
  • This course will prepare an Inspector to successfully complete the API 571 Suplimentory Inspector Certification Examination by thoroughly reviewing the API Recommended Practice 571. Mock examination questions, meeting the appropriate specific examination criteria, will be utilized to simulate actual API test conditions, providing an effective study base

Course Content:

Day 1

  • Session 1
  • Need of periodic In-service Inspection,
  • In-service Inspection of Tanks
  • In-service Inspection of Pressure Vessels and Piping
  • Session 2
  • Review Of Metallurgy Of Steel
  • Review of Steel Making Practices
  • Introduction to the various grades of Steel used in Oil & Gas Industry
  • Session 3
  • Understanding Of Carbon Steel
  • Understanding Of Low Alloy Steel
  • Understanding Of High Alloy (Stainless) Steel
  • Daily Exam 1

Day 2

  • Session 1
  • Points To Recall
  • Day 1
  • Discussions on answers of Quiz 1
  • Session 2
  • Review Of Various Forms of Corrosions.
  • Expected Corrosion Mechanisms in Oil and Gas Industry.
  • Session 3
  • Introduction to API Recommended Practice 571
  • Understanding of Examination Scheme
  • Daily Exam Day 2

Day 3

  • Session 1
  • Points To Recall Day 2
  • Discussions on answers of Quiz 2
  • Session 2
  • Corrosion Due to Chemical Reactions
  • Review and Understanding of Uniform Corrosion
  • Understanding of Pitting Corrosion
  • Session 3
  • Corrosion due to Metallurgical Changes
  • Understanding of Graphitization • Review of Creep Failure
  • Causes of Brittle Fracture • Daily Exam 3

Day 4

  • Session 1
  • Points To Recall
  • Day 3
  • Discussions on answers of Quiz 3
  • Session 2
  • Understanding Of Stress Corrosion Cracking Mechanism
  • Factors contributing Stress Corrosion Cracking
  • Stress Corrosion Cracking in Stainless Steels
  • Session 3
  • Various Stress Corrosion Crackings in Carbon and Low Alloy Steels • Daily Exam 4

Day 5

  • Session 1
  • Points To Recall Day 4
  • Discussions on answers of Quiz 4 Session 2
  • Fatigue Corrosion Cracking
  • Review of All Corrosion Mechanisms in Petrochemical Industry
  • Session 3
  • Review of All Corrosion Mechanisms Mentioned in API 571
  • Introduction to API 651, Cathodic Protection
  • Introduction to API 652, Lining of Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank Bottoms
  • Summary and Mock Exam Benefits:
  • Participants will be presented with a detailed course book and will become thoroughly acquainted with the elements, aspects and requirements of API 571 while taking decisions on safe running or repairs of existing pressure parts.
  • This course will help to improve technical capability of API inspector in repair, alteration of Pressure Vessels, Tanks and Piping. It will also help in reducing the potential for inspection delays resulting from meeting regulatory requirements.

 

Who Should Attend

  • This course is tailored for Engineers, Supervisors, Managers and personnel who are certified either in the API 510, 571 or 653 program and who wish to present themselves for the Suplimentory Certification Examination.

Duration

5 Days

Start Date End Date Country City
2022-10-02 2022-10-06 Saudi Arabia Al-Dammam

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