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Avoidance of Vibration Induced Fatigue Failure in Process Pipework

Energy Institute
Course summary
3 days
1,491.67 GBP excl. VAT
English
Open / Scheduled
Next available date: 04/05/2020 - London
Course Dates
London
04/05/2020   (English)
1,491.67 GBP
25/11/2020   (English)
1,491.67 GBP

Course description

Avoidance of Vibration Induced Fatigue Failure in Process Pipework

This 3-day course will provide Participants with an understanding of the use of the Energy Institute Guidelines as a management tool and assessment methodology to manage the risk of a vibration induced failure.

Training Course Content

Learning outcomes:

  • To raise the awareness of piping vibration as a failure mechanism
  • To provide an understanding of the common vibration related issues on process pipework
  • To provide an understanding of the use of the Energy Institute Guidelines as a management tool and assessment methodology to manage the risk of a vibration induced failure
  • To provide a basic understanding of pipework vibration survey methods and associated assessment criteria

Course overview:

Day 1: Introduction to piping vibration

  • Introduction and industry background
  • Typical vibration problems found on process piping systems
  • Overview of vibration and fatigue (basic terminology and principles)
  • Piping excitation and response mechanisms
  • Introduction to risk-based methods & the EI Guidelines

Day 2: Introduction to, and use of, the Energy Institute Guidelines

  • Overview of the Guidelines for new designs, existing plant and troubleshooting
  • Qualitative and quantitative methods
  • Worked examples – troubleshooting & new design
  • Methods of managing piping vibration and vibration control options


Day 3: Energy Institute Guidelines (cont) & overview of basic measurement techniques/criteria

  • Troubleshooting
  • Basic measurement techniques
    o Instrumentation considerations
    o Introduction to vibration velocity, dynamic strain and pulsation measurements
    o Good and bad practice when performing vibration measurements
    o Criteria for assessing piping vibration – vibration velocity and dynamic stress/strain
  • Introduction to advanced measurement techniques
  • Introduction to detailed simulation
    o Structural modelling
    o Response prediction (turbulent flow, slugging, pulsation, surge, acoustic fatigue)

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Expenses

The tuition fee for EI Member - £1,590

Tuition fee for Non-Member - £1,790

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