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API 571 Damage Mechanisms Affecting Fixed Equipment in the Refining Industry

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 Course Overview

API RP 571-2020 (3rd Edition) is the latest edition that describes damage mechanisms affecting equipment in the refining and petrochemical industries. A key first step in managing equipment safety and reliability is the identification and understanding of the various damage mechanisms. Proper identification of damage mechanisms is also required when implementing the API Inspection Codes (API 510, API 570, API 653) and in carrying out risk based inspection (RBI) per API 580 and API 581. When performing a fitness-for-service (FFS) assessment using API 579, the damage mechanisms need to be understood and need to be considered when evaluating the remaining life.

 

This 5-day corrosion short course aims to provide the participants with a thorough understanding of the various damage mechanisms contained in the latest edition of API RP 571-2020 (released in March 2020) that can affect process equipment, the type and extent of damage that can be expected, and how this knowledge can be applied to the selection of effective inspection methods to detect, size and characterize the damages. The 67 damage mechanisms to be discussed in this API RP 571-2020 (3rd Edition) training course are common to a variety of industries including refining and petrochemical, pulp and paper, and fossil utility:

 

DM#

Damage Mechanism (API RP 571-2020)

DM#

Damage Mechanism (API RP 571-2020)

1

Sulfidation

36

Sulfuric Acid Corrosion

2

Wet H2S Damage (Blistering/HIC/SOHIC/SSC)

37

Hydrofluoric Acid (HF)Corrosion

3

Creep / Stress Rupture

38

Flue Gas Dew Point Corrosion

4

High temperature H2/H2S Corrosion

39

Dissimilar Metal Weld (DMW) Cracking

5

Polythionic Acid Stress Corrosion Cracking

40

Hydrogen Stress Cracking in HF

6

Naphthenic Acid Corrosion (NAC)

41

Dealloying (Dezincification/ Denickelification)

7

Ammonium Bisulfide Corrosion

42

CO2 Corrosion

8

Ammonium Chloride Corrosion

43

Corrosion Fatigue

9

Hydrochloric Acid (HCl )  Corrosion

44

Fuel Ash Corrosion

10

High Temperature  Hydrogen Attack (HTHA)

45

Amine Corrosion

11

Oxidation

46

Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI)

12

Thermal Fatigue

47

Atmospheric  Corrosion

13

Sour Water Corrosion (acidic )

48

Ammonia Stress Corrosion Cracking

14

Refractory Degradation

49

Cooling Water Corrosion

15

Graphitization

50

Boiler Water I Condensate Corrosion

16

Temper Embrittlement

51

Microbiologically Induced Corrosion (MIC)

17

Decarburization

52

Liquid Metal Embrittlement (LME)

18

Caustic Stress Corrosion Cracking

53

Galvanic Corrosion

19

Caustic Corrosion

54

Mechanical Fatigue

20

Erosion I Erosion-Corrosion

55

Nitriding

21

Carbonate Stress Corrosion Cracking (ACSCC)

56

Vibration-Induced Fatigue   Withdrawn, See DM#54

22

Amine Cracking

57

Titanium Hydriding

23

Chloride Stress Corrosion Cracking

58

Soil Corrosion

24

Carburization

59

Metal Dusting

25

Hydrogen Embrittlement

60

Strain Aging

26

Steam Blanketing  Withdrawn, See DM#30

61

Sulfate Stress Corrosion Cracking    Withdrawn

27

Thermal Shock

62

Phosphoric  Acid Corrosion

28

Cavitation

63

Phenol (carbolic acid) Corrosion

29

Graphitic Corrosion of Cast Irons

64

Ethanol Stress Corrosion Cracking

30

Short term Overheating – Stress Rupture (incl. Steam Blanketing)

65

Oxygen-Enhanced Ignition and Combustion

31

Brittle Fracture

66

Organic Acid Corrosion of Distillation Tower Overhead Systems

32

Sigma  Phase   Embrittlement

67

Brine Corrosion

33   885 °F (475 °C) Embrittlement

68

Concentration Cell Corrosion

34

Spheroidization (Softening)

69

Hydrofluoric Acid Stress Corrosion Cracking of Nickel Alloys

35

Stress Relaxation Cracking (Reheat Cracking)

70

Oxygenated Process Water Corrosion (Non-boiler)

        

                       Changes in API RP 571-2020 (3rd Edition) vs. API RP 571-2011 (2nd Edition)

 

This corrosion short course is available for in-house training, online and distance learning worldwide. It can also be customized to meet the specific needs of your organization.

 

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 Course Outline
 

1. Introduction to Corrosion

   1.1 Corrosion: Definition and Examples

    1.2 Basic Concepts in Electrochemistry

    1.3 Why Do Metals Corrode

    1.4 Kinetics: the Rate of Corrosion

    1.5 How Do Metals Corrode: Different Forms of Corrosion

    1.6 General Methods for Corrosion Control Common

    1.7 Alloys Used in the Refining and Petrochemical Industries
 

2. Overview of API RP 571-2020 (3rd Edition)

     2.1 What's new in the latest edition (3rd edition) of API RP 571-2020 (Released in March 2020)

     2.2 What are the differences between the latest 3rd edition of API RP 571-2020 and the previous 2nd edition of API RP 571-2011 (Released in April 2011)

     2.3 Terms and Definitions

 

3. Damage Mechanisms

3.1 885 °F (475 °C) Embrittlement
3.2 Amine Corrosion
3.3 Amine Stress Corrosion Cracking
3.4 Ammonia Stress Corrosion Cracking
3.5 Ammonium Bisulfide Corrosion (Alkaline Sour Water)
3.6 Ammonium Chloride and Amine Hydrochloride Corrosion
3.7 Aqueous Organic Acid Corrosion
3.8 Atmospheric Corrosion
3.9 Boiler Water and Steam Condensate Corrosion
3.10 Brine Corrosion
3.11 Brittle Fracture
3.12 Carbonate Stress Corrosion Cracking
3.13 Carburization
3.14 Caustic Corrosion
3.15 Caustic Stress Corrosion Cracking
3.16 Cavitation
3.17 Chloride Stress Corrosion Cracking
3.18 C02 Corrosion
3.19 Concentration Cell Corrosion
3.20 Cooling Water Corrosion
3.21 Corrosion Fatigue
3.22 Corrosion Under Insulation
3.23 Creep and Stress Rupture
3.24 Dealloying [See Graphitic Corrosion (3.33) for Dealloying of Cast Iron]
3.25 Decarburization
3.26 Dissimilar Metal Weld Cracking
3.27 Erosion/Erosion-Corrosion
3.28 Ethanol Stress Corrosion Cracking
3.29 Flue Gas Dew Point Corrosion
3.30 Fuel Ash Corrosion
3.31 Galvanic Corrosion
3.32 Gaseous Oxygen-enhanced Ignition and Combustion
3.33 Graphitic Corrosion of Cast Irons
3.34 Graphitization
3.35 High-temperature H2/H2S Corrosion
3.36 High-temperature Hydrogen Attack
3.37 Hydrochloric Acid Corrosion
3.38 Hydrofluoric Acid Corrosion
3.39 Hydrofluoric Acid Stress Corrosion Cracking of Nickel Alloys
3.40 Hydrogen Embrittlement
3.41 Hydrogen Stress Cracking in Hydrofluoric Acid
3.42 Liquid Metal Embrittlement
3.43 Mechanical Fatigue (Including Vibration-induced Fatigue)

3.44 Metal Dusting
3.45 Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion
3.46 Naphthenic Acid Corrosion
3.47 Nitriding
3.48 Oxidation
3.49 Oxygenated Process Water Corrosion
3.50 Phenol (Carbolic Acid) Corrosion
3.51 Phosphoric Acid Corrosion
3.52 Polythionic Acid Stress Corrosion Cracking
3.53 Refractory Degradation
3.54 Stress Relaxation Cracking (Reheat Cracking)
3.55 Short-term Overheating-Stress Rupture (Including Steam Blanketing)
3.56 Sigma Phase Embrittlement
3.57 Soil Corrosion
3.58 Sour Water Corrosion (Acidic)
3.59 Spheroidization (Softening)
3.60 Strain Aging
3.61 Sulfidation
3.62 Sulfuric Acid Corrosion
3.63 Temper Embrittlement
3.64 Thermal Fatigue
3.65 Thermal Shock
3.66 Titanium Hydriding
3.67 Wet H2S Damage (Blistering/HIC/SOHIC/SSC)

4. Process Unit Process Flow Diagrams

 

5. Corrosion Prediction and Corrosion Modeling Software for the Refining and Petrochemical Industries

6. API RP 571 Course Examination

The end of course examination is similar to the API 571 certification examination in both the format and contents. It consists of 70 questions to be answered in 3.25 hours. The passing score is 70%.

 

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Designers, Inspection Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Plant Inspectors, Mechanical Engineers, and Process Engineers in the refining and petrochemical industries.

 

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