Cathodic Protection And Corrosion Control – BANDUNG

[S084]

TIME

Bandung, 23 – 26 Agustus 2016

Bali, 06 – 09 Desember 2016

INVESTMENT

IDR 9.750.000,-/ Person, (exclude Ppn 10% & Acomodation)

FACILITIES 

  • Quality training material (hardcopy and softcopy)
  • Quality training kits
  • Morning and afternoon coffee / tea breaks and lunch for along the training
  • Certificate of Completion

INSTRUCTOR

Hilman Ahmad
This specially designed course will be conducted by Hilman Ahmad & Associates, an Independent Consultant in industrial oil and gas, member of the Society of Indonesian Petroleum Engineers, who manage the Professional Industrial Oil & Gas Education Center, and has been practicing production operation & safety and corrosion control engineering in Indonesia for more than twenty-five years. He post-graduated from Tokyo Institute of Technology (sponsored by UNESCO) in 1977. He joined in-field-practice program at Nippon Kokan Steel Company & Research Center Kawasaki, Japan for production facility design & construction and corrosion prevention & control in 1983, and collaborated with Cormon Industrial Research Center Brighton UK for on-line corrosion monitoring development in 2000. He has been delivering training course in production operation, maintenance & safety and corrosion control for personnel from Oil & Gas Company and Petrochemical Industry since 1979.

DESKRIPSI

Participant (who should attend):
Technical personnel of Oil & Gas, Geothermal and Petrochemical Company who involves in or concern with daily pipeline, structure and surface facility maintenance against external corrosion, and offshore platform, jetty, steel pile and tankers maintenance against seawater corrosion, and those who responsible on the integrity and continuity of industrial oil and gas transportation through pipeline system.

Course Objectives (why attend):
This practical approach course is designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of applied external corrosion prevention and control for onshore pipeline, structure & surface facility and offshore structures using paints, coatings, wrapping, and cathodic protection, and to empower the technical personnel to control and monitor the cathodic protection and evaluate the results of the protection measures.

Program Summary (what the participant will get):
After completion of this course, participants will better understand how corrosion occurs and why corrosion attacks industrial, geothermal, oil & gas pipeline, surface facility and offshore structures, and get improvement on how to prevent, control and minimize the corrosion damage.

The participant will also be provided with practical knowledge on the role of materials and design in combating external corrosion, how to select and apply paints and coatings for atmospheric service, wrapping materials for underground and underwater service, special technique and materials for marine and splash zone corrosive environment, and a simple practical approach to design and apply cathodic protection for onshore and offshore application.

Course Content (what the participant learns):
In this practical course participants will learn from and discuss with professional instructor the following subjects:

Characteristics of the Corrosion Cells and Corrosion Mechanism of Underground Pipeline and Onshore Surface Facility
Physical & Metallurgical Conditions of Pipeline Metals and Chemical Composition of Soil & Water that Promote Corrosion
Soil Corrosiveness Parameters, its Measurement Technique, Devices, Analysis and Interpretation of the Results
Cathodic Protection Criteria and the NACE Standard and Recommended Practice for Underground Onshore Pipeline
NACE Standard and Recommended Practice for Application of Coating and Wrapping Materials for Underground Onshore Pipeline
Selection of Cathodic Protection System to be Applied, Design Calculation and Choice of the Anode
Consideration in the use of Sacrificial Anode or Impressed Current Anode
Choice of Additional Materials to be used in Cathodic Protection Installation
Practical Approach to Avoid Cathodic Protection Current Interference and Stray Current Damage
Cathodic Protection Criteria and the NACE Standard & Recommended Practice for Offshore Platform, Pipeline, Facility and Structure
Seawater Corrosiveness Parameters, its Measurement Technique, Devices, Analysis and Interpretation of the Results
NACE Standard and Recommended Practice for Application of Coating, Lining and Cladding Materials
Selection of Paint & Coatings Systems and its Application for Marine Atmospheric Corrosion of the Topside Structure
Selection of Paint & Coatings Systems and its Application for the Very Corrosive Splash Zone
Selection of Coatings System and its Application for Underwater Pile and Structure
Selection of the Sacrificial Anode, Design Calculation and the Anode Location for Under Water Application
The use of Bracelet Type Anode and the Extra Protection to Resist Concrete Casing Corrosion
NACE Standard and Recommended Practice for Industrial Corrosion Control
Soil & Water Resistivity, its Measurement Technique, Devices, Analysis and Interpretation of the Results
Coating Resistance, Coating Defect and the use of Coating Parameter for SACP Design
Potential Measurement Technique, Devices, Half-Cell & Materials, Analysis and Interpretation of the Results
Measurement Technique and Practical Guidelines for Determination of Protection Current Requirement
Practical Measurement Technique to Test Individual Anode Condition and Anode Ability to Transmit Protection Current before Purchasing
Design of SACP Backfill, Cable Connection, Test Post and Potential & Current Monitoring Point
Inspection Technique, Monitoring, Maintenance and Evaluation of SACP Performance
Determination of Protection Current Requirement and Location of the Remote Anode System
Design Calculation for the Application of Transformer/Rectifier and the Prevention of Over Protection
Practical Guidelines for the Selection of Effective ICCP Anode Type and Material
Design Calculation of Transformer/Rectifier and the ICCP Electrical Component and the Prevention of Coating Damage
Design of ICCP Ground Bed, Cable Connection, Test Post and Potential & Current Monitoring Point
Inspection Technique, Monitoring, Adjustment and Evaluation of ICCP Performance
Anticipating ICCP Failure or Damage due to Foreign Pipeline Crossing
Anticipating Hazard in Working with Transformer/Rectifier ICCP

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