DNVGL.de

Training course Materials, Failures & Life Cycle Management

This three-day training course on materials, failures and life cycle management covers the general operational and maintenance properties of installations

Ihr Kontakt:

Irene Heunks Irene Heunks
Manager Energy Academy

For more information about our training courses

Contact us
Empfehlen Sie uns weiter:
Drucken:

Training Information

  • Where:

    not yet determined

  • Venue:

    not yet determined

  • Language:

    Dutch

This training course covers the general operational and maintenance properties of installations.

The course gives substantive and practical answers to questions like:

  • What damage can occur in my installation?
  • What standards must materials meet?
  • How do changes in the process conditions affect the degradation of materials?
  • What are the properties of new materials?
  • Can production continue despite the discovery of cracks?
  • What forms of corrosion can be expected?
  • How can we act to prevent damage occuring again in the future?
Result:  
  • Knowledge of the latest international standards
  • Knowledge of the most recent developments in materials
  • Understanding of the basic principles behind degradation mechanisms and translation into practice
  • Insight into ways of improving installation reliability

This course will be given in the Dutch language. More information can be found on our Dutch website.

Subjects:

  • Introduction to theoretical metallurgy
  • Degradation mechanisms / lifecycle
  • Boiler materials / material standards
  • High temperature corrosion & fouling
  • Practical examples of damage
  • Welding
  • Coatings & corrosion protection
  • Fitness for purpose
  • Types of stainless steel
  • Non-Destructive Testing
  • Microscopy

Target Audience:

People with a professional interest in the management and maintenance of process installations and CHP plants (e.g. maintenance engineers, reliability engineers, plant managers, process technologists and inspectors).