This course is
primarily intended for O&M staff working in HRSG plants. It could also be
of interest to corporate engineering and management staff, and those working in
other thermal power and process plants. The objective is to give attendees a
comprehensive view of the strategy, actions and considerations involved in
effectively managing and thereby assuring the integrity of piping, tubing and
vessels that form the pressure boundary to steam or water process fluid. A
range of topics relating to the design, inspection and repair of relevant
components are treated using a combination of theory and practical examples.
Understand the key considerations involved in designing plant components that form the pressure boundary and their typical operating conditions
Gain insight into the theory underlying the most damage mechanisms that affect pressure boundary components, either on the waterside or fire/air-side.
A survey of techniques and practices for inspecting and analyzing pressure parts and pressure part failures, with the goal of assuring their integrity over the plant’s design life.
Learn how to best plan and then perform repairs to meet the challenge of achieving schedule, cost and quality objectives.
Refer to individual course syllabus for terms and conditions. Tetra Engineering reserves the right to cancel, in our sole discretion, any course 4 weeks prior to the respective start date.