Understanding and Preventing Process Equipment Failures
Process equipment, structures and piping systems may be subjected to severe service conditions including high constant or fluctuating stresses, extreme temperatures and various types of corrosion. This could cause loss of structural integrity, leading to degradation and damage. If such damage is not detected and assessed in a timely manner, it could result in catastrophic failures with potentially enormous consequential losses of life and assets. To ensure that engineering systems are capable of handling the service conditions in all foreseeable operating scenarios, they must first be designed through the selection of appropriate materials of construction and in accordance with recognized design methodologies and codes. It is also important to incorporate safeguards and controls to prevent operation outside the “design and operational envelope” and to inspect the process equipment with the view to detect any damage, characterize it, and assess its impact on the equipment “Fitness For Service”. This comprehensive and structured Process Equipment Failures training course aims at providing a clear understanding of the major degradation mechanisms that process equipment and systems will be subjected to during their operating life, how to identify them, their effect on the integrity of the equipment and what appropriate measures can be taken to prevent and control the resultant damage.
|LP012||Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt||4000||January 27, 2019 – January 31, 2019|
|LP012||Dubai, U.A.E||4500||August 18, 2019 – August 22, 2019|
|LP012||Cairo, Egypt||3700||October 20, 2019 – October 24, 2019|