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What are the API 570 Piping Inspector Course Norway Pre-requisites.
There are no hard pre-requisites.
Basic understanding of Piping Inspection terminologies is sufficient.
Also, basic concepts related to Piping Inspection is beneficial but not mandatory.
API 570 Piping Inspector Course Norway Exam & Certification.
Once you complete this Piping Inspector program, you will receive the course completion certificate by FII.
Piping Inspection Course Completion Certificate will be awarded upon the completion of the exam and upon scoring at least 70% marks in the quiz.
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Who should attend API 570 Piping Inspector Course Norway?
College students -BSC, B-Tech, Engr, students.
Piping Inspection Professionals.
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Objectives of the API 570 Piping Inspector Course Norway.
To understand the concepts and constructs of API 570.
To create own API 570 programs, know the machine learning algorithms in API 570 and work on a real-time project running on API 570.
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API 570 Piping Inspector Course Norway Course Overview.
Material verification and Traceability.
This section contains broad statements about the need for identification of materials used for pipework repairs or alterations.
Note that there is a separate standard for this: API RP 578: Material verification programme for new and existing alloy piping systems.
This is a required part of the API 570 syllabus coverage and is included in the API effectivity list.
It will be covered later.
In concept, the API requirements for pipework repair/ alteration material are simple: material must be capable of being identified and it must be the correct material for the job (i.e.ASME/API code compliant).
API 570 piping classes.
The whole basis of API 570 is to divide piping systems into three classes.
The classes are specific to the petroleum industry and comprise a sort of a crude RBI (risk-based inspection) analysis.
You will therefore see reference to classes 1, 2 and 3 pipework when looking at the recommended maximum inspection periods (API 570 table 6-1) and, as importantly, API 570 table 6-2 covering the recommended amount of CUI inspection.
Corrosion rate determination.
API (and ASME) place great importance on the effects of wall thinning of pipes/vessels and the calculation of the maximum allowable working pressure (i.e. Design pressure) that a corroded item will stand.
To this end, they use various abbreviations and symbols to represent the various material thicknesses involved.
The first two definitions are straightforward.
tactual is used to denote the actual thickness measured at the time of inspection.
T minimum is a calculated value, rather than a measured one.
It is the minimum (safe) required thickness in order to retain safely the pressure and (more importantly) meet the requirements of the design code (e.g. ASME B31.3).
This minimum thickness will normally include a corrosion allowance.
Then three general thickness readings are mentioned.
These are less rigorously defined and are used to calculate corrosion rates with respect to time, ie.,Long-term (LT) and short-term (ST) corrosion rates.
They are all actual (measured) readings.
T initial is the thickness measured at the initial inspection (not necessarily when it was new).
T last is the thickness measured at the last inspection (whenever that happened to have been).
Think of this as the last inspection that was actually done.
T previous is the thickness measured at an inspection previous to another specified inspection.
Look in your copy of API 570 and note the following abbreviations and terms that have been used.
The other terms and words used should be self-explanatory.
API 570: repairs and alterations.
temporary repairs the terminology used here is straightforward.
Note, however, the new acronym in this section.
We will see it appearing regularly in the ASME codes:.
SMYS stands for specified minimum yield stress.
Note how it is a specified value (in the code).
In practice, a material may be stronger than this specified minimum value.
Re-rating the word re-rating appears frequently throughout API codes.
Re-rating of piping systems is perfectly allowable under the requirements of API 570, if code compliance is maintained.
In the USA, the API authorized inspector is responsible for re-rating the pipework, once happy with the results of thickness checks, change of process conditions, etc.
In the UK/European way of working, this is unlikely to be carried out by a single person (although, in theory, the API 570 qualification should qualify a pipe inspector to do it).
Re-rating may be needed owing to any combination of the following corroded pipe (requiring reduced MAWP and/or temperature) an increase in process pressure/temperature conditions.