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Từ ngày 05 – 12/10/2019, khai giảng khóa đào tạo “API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspector”.

COURSE DESCRIPTION:

The API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspector Certification Preparation program is designed to equip individuals with broad knowledge base relating to maintenance, inspection, repair, and alteration of pressure vessels.

This program is produced by MSTS Inspection Training Services in Oklahoma, U.S. All instructors trained by Mark Smith (Master Trainer of MSTS) are selected for their technical and “wake-ability” skills. (“Wake-ability” – the ability to minimize snores during long, boring technical training). Our students generally have a 90% passing rate.

This program benefits employers and the industry as a whole by helping to:

  • Improve management   control   of   process      unit    operation,   repair,    and maintenance
  • Reduce the potential for inspection delays
  • Provide a continued high level of safety through the use of highly specialized and experienced inspectors

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Designed for pressure equipment inspectors and engineers working in refineries, chemical & industrial plants, gas plants, pipeline terminals, and oil fields.

  • Inspection / Mechanical Engineer
  • Asset Integrity Engineer
  • Material & Corrosion Engineer
  • DOSH Officer
  • Welding Inspector Project Engineer
  • QA /QC / NDT Engineer
  • Quality / Safety Coordinator Static Engineer, Technician

No required class pre-requisites. However, if you wish to pursue the API Certification Exam, a minimal years of experience on subject matter is required depending on your educational qualifications.

Please refer to the Exam Qualification Requirements at:  www.api.org/icp

PREPARE YOURSELF TO BE A CERTIFIED API 510 INSPECTOR:

COURSE OBJECTIVES:

The course provides participants with the knowledge necessary to:

  • Successfully pass the API 510 Pressure Vessel Inspectorcertification exam
  • Effectively use major codes: ASME B&PV & Sections V, VIII, & IX
  • Perform all basic piping calculations needed for the API exam(e.g. tmin, test pressure, MAWP, static head, MDMT, corrosion rates, remaining life, )
  • Use API’s    requirements    during    inspection,    repairs,     and

alterations of pressure vessels

Review welding procedures (WPS/PQR) and welder performance qualifications (WPQ)

COURSE OUTLINE:

DAY 1:

1)   Welcome & Introduction

  • ASME B&PV Section VIII – Vessel Fabrication Code

Learn how to successfully use this Code:

  • Purpose of the Code
  • Scope of the Code
  • Organization of the Code
  • Qualification requirements specified by the Code
  • Roles specified by the Code
  • Key terms discussed in the Code
  • Tips on how to find needed information in the Code

3)   API 510 Sections 1-4

  • Purpose or API 510
  • Scope of API 510
  • Responsibilities defined in API 510
  • Tips on how to memorize important information from API 510

Evening Session:

  • Section VIII Homework
  • Usethe Code to answer typical questions found in the API exam

DAY 2:

1)   Review Homework from Day 1

2)   ASME B&PV VIII – Key Concepts

  • Vessel MAWP
  • Vessel Part MAWP
  • Stresses – Longitudinal and Circumferential
  • Types of Joints, Weld Joint Categories
  • Amount of RT – Full or Spot
  • RT Factors

3)   ASME B&PV VIII – Calculations & Charts

Learn how to successfully determine the following:

  • Static Head Pressure
  • Vessel MAWP
  • Joint Efficiency
  • Minimum Thickness for a Cylindrical Shell

Evening Session:

  • Section VIII Homework
  • Practice all Calculations covered in class

DAY 3:

1)   Review homework from Day 2

  • ASME B&PV VIII – Key Concepts
    • Pressure Testing cautions & requirements
    • The significant of a brittle fracture

3)   ASME B&PV VIII – Calculations & Charts

Learn how to successfully determine the following:

  • Minimum Thickness for a Formed Head
  • Minimum Thickness for a Flat Head
  • Vessel Part MAWP for Shell and Formed Heads
  • Hydrotest Test Pressure
  • Pneumatic Test Pressure
  • Vessel MDMT
  • Acceptance criteria for Impact Tests
  • Maximum Allowable External Pressure for a Shell

Evening Session:

  • Section VIII Homework
  • Practice all Calculations covered in class

DAY 4:

1)   Review homework from Day 3

  • ASME B&PV VIII –Key Concepts
  • Fillet weld terms
    • Principles of nozzle reinforcement

3)   ASME B&PV VIII – Calculations & Charts

Learn how to successfully determine the following:

  • Minimum size of nozzle fillet welds
  • Nozzle reinforcement

4)   API 510 Sections 5-6

  • Corrosion Mechanisms
  • Fitness for Service Evaluations
  • Inspection Types and Requirements, Inspection Intervals
  • Pressure Testing Requirements
  • Inspection of Relief Devices

Evening Session:

  • Section VIII Homework
  • Practice all Calculations covered in class

DAY 5:

1)    Review Homework from Day 4

  • ASME B&PV Section IX – Welding Code
    • Purpose of the Code
    • Roles of the Inspector
    • Organization of the Code
    • Welding Positions – Test and Field
    • Testing Requirements and Acceptance Criteria
    • Welder Qualification Process and Restrictions
    • Weld Procedure Qualification Process and Restrictions

3)    Review and Evaluate a WPQ (Welder Performance Qualification)

  • Review and Evaluate a WPS (Welding Procedure Specification) and the associated PQR (Procedure Qualification Record)

Evening Session:

  • Section IX Homework
  • Open and Closed book Quiz, evaluate 2 WPQ’s, and 1 WPS/PQR

DAY 6:

1)   Review Homework from Day 5

  • API 510 Section 7
    • Repairs & Alterations Requirements
    • PWHT Alternatives
  • Inspector & Engineer Roles
    • Re-rating Requirements

3)   ASME B&PV Section V – NDE

  • Purpose of the Code
  • Organization in the Code
  • Tips on hoof the Code
  • RT Techniques
  • Purpose & Selection of IQI’s
  • RT Film Density Requirements
  • Key terms discussed w to find needed information in the Code

Evening Session:

  • Section V Homework
  • Open and Closed book Quiz, API 510 Quiz

DAY 7:

1)   Review Homework from Day 6

  • API 576 – Relief Devices
    • Types of Relief Devices
    • Purpose & operation of Balanced Bellows Relief Devices
    • Purpose & operation of Pilot Operatored Relief Devices
    • Tips on how to study this document

3)   API 572 – Inspection of Vessels

  • Tips on how to study this document

4)   Chap 2 – Conditions causing Deterioration

  • Tips on how to study this document

5)   Practice Exam – Exam is similar to the API 510 exam

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Very important:

  • Students have to bring their own codebooks (hard or soft copy) in accordance to the applicable list of codes
    (See API 570 Exam Publications Effectivity Sheet on API.org)
  • During the training the overall course content will remain the sameas per above daily training plan, however the covered topicson the specific day the might be subject to change.

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