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Piping and Pipeline Management System

Piping and Pipeline Integrity Management System with ASME Standard

INTRODUCTION
Piping and Pipeline Integrity Management System with ASME Standard will have a discussion on Piping or Pipeline transport that is the long distance transportation of a liquid or gas through a process system and is typically to a market area for consumption. The Piping Systems and Pipeline Code establishes rules of the design, inspection, maintenance and repair of piping systems and pipelines throughout the world. The Piping and Pipeline Integrity Management System objective of the rules is to provide a margin for deterioration in service. This course will center on the on the practical aspects of piping and pipeline design, integrity, maintenance and repair.
This training course discuses the process an operator may use to develop a pipeline integrity management program. It includes methods for determining the remaining strength of corroded pipelines, risk assessment and asset integrity management of process pipeline systems that is based upon ASME B31.1 and the others related standards.

OBJECTIVES

  1. The Participant will gain an in-depth knowledge of pipe and fitting material specifications, manufacturing, fabrication process and their influence on mechanical properties of strength and toughness, to help in material selection and failure analysis.
  2. The participant will understand the technical background to the design formulas, and their application to the design of piping systems and pipelines. The course addresses rules of good practice in layout of piping systems for reliable operation.
  3. The participant will gain a practical understanding of piping and pipeline mode of failure, corrosion mechanisms, how to recognize them, classify them and resolve them.
  4. The participant will learn risk assessment for piping & pipeline i.e. probability of failure and their consequences if failures occur.
  • 1. Introduction
    • – History of Pipeline Technology
    • – ASME Codes and Standards
    • – API Standards
    • – NACA, MSS-SP, PFI Standards
    • – Fundamentals of Maintenance and Integrity
  • 2. Materials Selection
    • – API 5L and ASTM Specifications
    • – Practical Aspects of Metallurgical Properties
    • – Chemistry and Material Test Reports
    • Linepipe manufacturing
    • Fabrication and Fittings specification
    • Mechanical Properties: Strength and Toughness
    • Material selection technique
  • 3. Welding
    • – Overview of Pipe and Pipeline Welding Practice
    • – API 1104 and ASME IX Requirement
    • – Welding In-service: Challenge and Solutions
  • 4. Strength Integrity for Sustained Loads
    • – Operating and Design Pressure
    • – How to Establish the System Design Pressure
    • – Introduction to Pressure Relief Valves
    • – Pipe and Pipeline Sizing Formula with Applications
    • – Rules of Good Practice in layout
    • – Pump and Compressor Piping
    • – How to Support a piping System
    • – Review of Support Types and their Application
    • – Lesson learned from Poor Support Practices
    • – Temperature Effects
    • – Flexibility Layout Analysis
    • – Temperature Transients and Fatigue Damage
    • – Vibration In Service
    • – Mechanical and Hydraulic Induced Vibration in Piping
    • – How to Measure Analyze Resolve Vibration
  • 5. Strength Integrity for Occasional Loads
    • – Pressure Transients
    • – Recognizing and Solving Liquid Hammer
    • – Pump Station Transients
    • – Study of Pipeline Failures Due to Transient
    • – Two-Phase Liquid -Vapor Transients
    • – Two-Phase Liquid-Gas Transients
    • – Gas Discharge Transients
    • – Buried Pipe
    • – Soil Loads
    • – Surface Loads
    • – Expansion of Buried Pipe
    • – Soil settlement
    • – n-service Movement of Pipeline
    • – Pipeline Failures
    • – Study Case Histories
    • – Understanding Why Failures Occur and How to Avoid Them
  • 6. Corrosion Assessment and Protection
    • – Introduction to Practical Corrosion
    • – Classification of Corrosion Mechanisms
    • – General Wall Thinning
    • – Local Corrosion: Galvanic Effects
    • – Crevice Corrosion
    • – Pitting Corrosion
    • – Environmental Effects
    • – Hydrogen and H2S Effects
    • – Microbiological Corrosion
    • – Corrosion Protection
    • – Cathodic Protection Overview
  • 7. Corrosion Assessment and Protection
    • – Introduction to Practical Corrosion
    • – Classification of Corrosion Mechanisms
    • – General Wall Thinning
    • – Local Corrosion: Galvanic Effects
    • – Crevice Corrosion
    • – Pitting Corrosion
    • – Environmental Effects
    • – Hydrogen and H2S Effects
    • – Microbiological Corrosion
    • – Corrosion Protection
    • – Cathodic Protection
  • 8. Risk Assessment Overview
    • – Introduction to risk assessment
    • – Risk Criteria
    • – Probability of failure
    • – Third party damage
    • – Corrosion aspects
    • – Design aspects
    • – Incorrect operation
    • – Consequence of failure
    • – Product hazard
    • – Spill assessment
    • – Dispersion calculation
    • – Receptors
    • – Risk Representation
  • 9 .Maintenance & repair
    • – Flange and Mechanical Joints
    • – Overview of Different Types of Flanges and Application
    • – Causes of Flange Leaks and How to Resolve
    • – Case Study of Flange Failure
    • – Assembly of Flange Joints and Leak Tightness
    • – Pressure and Leak Testing
    • – The Difference Between Leak Testing and Pressure Testing
    • – Review of Difference Testing Techniques
    • – The Purpose of Hydro test
    • – How to Conduct a Hydro test
    • – Pipeline and Piping Systems Testing
    • – Pneumatic Testing
    • – Repair Techniques
    • – The New ASME Repair Standards
    • – The Fundamentals of Repair package
    • – Pipe and Component Replacement
    • – Grinding and welding
    • – Welded Sleeve: Type A and B

RECOMMENDED PARTICIPANTS 

Plant engineers in mechanical reliability programs, structure engineer, plant inspectors, central engineering staff, and consultants for refining and petrochemicals. Piping and Pipeline Integrity Management System with ASME CODES STANDARDS can also be beneficial for the pulp, paper, fossil fuel utility, and other industries that use and maintain the piping and pipeline integrity system.

DATES & VENUE 

*DATES :  30 Oct’ – 2 November 2020
* Time : 8.00 am – 4.00 pm
* VENUE : ***** (4-5 Stars)-HOTEL,  JAKARTA

INFORMATION & REGISTRATION

Please Contact us
Handal Consulting & Training
Graha Tirtadi, Jl. Raden Saleh No. 20
Cikini – Jakarta Pusat 10330
E-mail : info@handaltraining.com
Telepon : 021 – 3983 7475
Fax : 021 – 3983 7477
WA/SMS : 0812-80341963, 08186 18581
COURSE FEES :
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Course Fee: Rp. 10.250.000,- / delegate including: training modules, merchandise, seminar kit, training certificate, 2 x coffee break & lunch and excluding accommodation & tax
INSTRUCTORS :
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The Instructors for this short course will be given by expert in certain field that is:

* Rachmat Sudjana 

Beliau berpengalaman dan sangat tertarik pada bidang Manajemen Rekayasa Pipa (Desain, Konstruksi, Komisioning, Operasi, Pemeliharaan, dan Integritas). Selain itu beliau juga bersedia berbagi pengetahuan dan senang untuk membimbing Insinyur muda. Ini adalah salah satu tugas informal beliau di Medco . Lebih dari empat puluh (43) tahun pengalaman, terdiri dari lebih dari 35 tahun dalam desain pipa,  teknik, konstruksi, operasi, pemeliharaan, inspeksi, dan integritas pengelolaan. Pengalaman beliau meliputi Sebagai Perwakilan Manajemen Perusahaan – Insinyur Pipa / Fasilitas Senior Staf untuk Korea Utara,  Hamada mewakili Nafusah Oil Operations, BV untuk Proyek FEED. Area 47, Libya, Engineering Manager of PT Kelsri, Senior Pipeline Specialist for Block A Project, Aceh, Senior Staff Pipeline/Facility Engineer- NOO for Foster Wheeler – Taknia Joint Venture, Reading, UK. Lead of Pipeline Engineering – Medco E&P Indonesia, Senior Facility Engineer – Pipeline Engineering ConocoPhillips-Indonesia, Lead Pipeline Engineer, Pipeline Dept. VICO Indonesia, dan lain-lain. International Paper; “Pipeline Tie-in without Shutdown”, Technology Oil and Gas (TOG 2012) Conference and Exhibition in Tripoli, Paper Title: “Pipeline Integrity Management System”, Pipeline Asia 2007, Shanghai.

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