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Title
: Risk Based Inspection (RBI)
When
: 06 Feb 2017 - 08 Feb 2017 || Time : 08.00 - 16.00
Where
: The 101 Bandung Dago - Bandung
Category
: Technical

Description

OBJECTIVES:
After attending this course, then participants will gain:
Better understanding and knowledge of concept of the risk based inspection (RBI) that becomes an important tool to reduce risk in refinery and process industries, especially in oil & gas industry
Knowledge of the concept of risk viewed from likelihood and consequence of failure
Learning the failure mode and damage mechanism followed by risk calculation to screen and to rank the stationary equipment.
The risk presentation in the form of matrix, curves and tabulation will be explained.
An extensive case study to perform risk assessment and corrosion mapping of the critical equipment and to set up an effective inspection plan.
Computer-based code and analysis of the risk to help accelerating the learning process 

OUTLINE:
1.    Fundamental of Risk Based Inspection (RBI)
  • Scope and Application of RBI
  • Defining and Measuring Risk
  • Hazard Identification
  • Fundamental Risk Analysis
  • The Relation between Inspection and Risk

2.    Equipment’s Failure Modes and Damage Mechanism
  • Brittle & Fatigue Failure
  • Creep Failure
  • General and Localized Corrosion
  • CO2 and H2S Corrosion
  • Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC)
  • High Temperature Hydrogen Attack (HTHA)

3.    Likelihood of Failure (LoF) and Technical Modules on RBI
  • Overview of Process for Likelihood Analysis
  • Generic Failure Frequencies
  • Equipment Modification Factor
  • Failure Analysis Diagram

4.    Consequences of the Failure (CoF) on RBI
  • Determining a Representative Fluid and Its Properties
  • Estimating the Amount of Fluid and the Release Rate
  • Estimating the Type of Release and Evaluating Post Leak Response
  • Determine the Consequences of the Release
  • Financial Risk Evaluation

5.    Application of RBI in the Oil and Gas Industries
  • Corrosion Mapping on the Refinery Processing Plant
  • Remaining Life Assessment
  • Various Case Study on RBI (level 1 and 2 Risk Analysis)
  • Team Work Study and Discussion
  • Group Presentation and Report Making

PARTICIPANTS:
The training participants are personals involve in production operation, safety, mechanical engineering, process engineering, pipeline, corrosion, QA/QC, inspection, and maintenance of plant facilities

COURSE LEADER
FJM TEAM

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Venue

Venue
: The 101 Bandung Dago
Street
: Dago
City
: Bandung

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