Risk Based Asset Integrity Assessment and Control of Onshore and Offshore Systems
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INTRODUCTIONThe course has the focus on delivering knowledge on risk-based asset integrity assessment and control (RBAIA&C) for engineering and technical professionals from different operational disciplines (e.g. mechanical, structural, chemical & process, etc.) who have engineering/technical/managerial background. The asset integrity assurance techniques in relation to physical assets (i.e. static process equipment, e.g. piping, pipelines and structures; and rotating machinery, e.g. pumps, turbines, etc.) will be discussed in relation to design, operational and technical integrity perspective. The importance of minimizing human factor related challenges and role of asset performance variability minimization methodologies with relevant case studies will be explained. Risk based analysis principles and development risk matrices with special consideration to probability of failure (PoF) and consequence of failure (CoF) assessment will be presented. Operational efficiency (OE) improvement via lean thinking and use of digitalization & artificial intelligence (AI) will be explained. Basic corrosion and erosion mechanisms that need to be considered in a risk-based inspection (RBI) program development will be explained. Reliability centered maintenance (RCM) analysis together with failure mode effects analysis (FMEA) and criticality analysis (FMECA) will be presented. Also, the functional failure consequence classification approach for rotating machinery will be presented. Use of conventional inventory control approaches for spare parts assessment and control as well as consequence classification based on functional hierarchy and risk based spare parts assessment and control will be discussed.
OBJECTIVESUpon completion of this course, participants will be able to:
- Learn asset integrity assessment and control approaches.
- Learn risk-based impaction: estimation of PoF & CoF and risk matrix development.
- Inservice inspection and AI control
- Periodization of maintenance activities: FMEA and FECA in RCM
- Spare parts assessment and control.
Prof. Dr R.M. Chandima RatnayakeDr. R.M. Chandima Ratnayake has a B.Sc. in Mechanical/Production Engineering, M.Sc. in Manufacturing Engineering and PhD in Offshore Engineering. Professor Ratnayake has served as a ‘Maintenance Engineering Specialist’ (20%) in ApplySørco, AS (2012.11-2014.02), Norway and as a ‘Senior Engineer’ in AkerSolutions Offshore Partner (2009-2011), Stavanger, Norway. He also served in the capacities of Associate Professor, visiting Associate Professor and Assistant Professor from August 2007 to July 2010 at the University of Stavanger, Norway and as a lecturer at a number of universities & educational institutions in Sri Lanka. Presently he lectures Manufacturing & Production Engineering and Product Development for B.Sc. students, Computer Aided Engineering (i.e. Computer Aided Manufacturing), welding and inspection technologies for M.Sc. students. He also offers two PhD courses (‘Advanced Mechanical Design and Simulation’ and ‘PhD project topic in mechanical engineering and material technology’). Moreover, he conducts courses for practicing engineers in Oil & Gas industry and manufacturing sector in national and international level. He has been invited to numerous international level conferences as a speaker within the contexts of Asset integrity assessment and control, Health, Safety & Environmental issues, Sustainability, Maintenance, Criticality Analysis, Risk-based inspection and Reliability centered maintenance, Offshore Data Management, Human factors, etc. Currently, he participates and manages several Erasmus+ and Nordplus projects focusing on implementation on lean concepts and effective implementation of enterprise resource planning systems’ in the Norwegian industry. Professor Ratnayake supervises B.Sc., M.Sc., and PhD projects. He has made more than 180 scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals, conference proceedings, and book chapters. He is an associate editor of the ASME OMAE journal, Central European Journal of Engineering (Industrial Engineering/Offshore Engineering) & SCIENCEDOMAIN international and a member of editorial board of International Journal of Computational Systems Engineering, Regional Editor Europe: International Journal of Adaptive and Innovative Systems. He has also been served as an ad hoc reviewer and a member of the technical committee for several international conferences and journals. Download the Course Brochure REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN To register, download the CAPE Professional Short Course Registration Form and email the completed form to email@example.com
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INTRODUCTION The course has the focus on delivering knowledge on risk-based asset integrity assessment and control (RBAIA&C) for engineering and technical professionals from different operational disciplines (e.g. mechanical, structural, chemical & process, etc.) who have engineering/technical/managerial background. The asset integrity […]
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