MANAGING BOILER & STEAM CYCLE PRESSURE PART INTEGRITY

29 OCTOBER 2019, JAKARTA, INDONESIA

About The Course

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 numerous practical examples.

 

The examples are all based on actual project cases encountered by staff at plants around the world.

Learning Outcomes

  • Gain an overview of the most common damage mechanisms, either on the waterside or fire/gas/air-side, that can affect pressure part components in the steam cycle.
  • Learn about various methods to predict evolution of wear and damage in pressure parts (Remaining Life Assessment / Fitness-For-Service).
  • Learn about how to best plan and then perform repairs to meet the challenge of achieving schedule, cost and quality objectives.

Who Should Attend

Although this training course is primarily aimed at O&M staff working in the plants, the content is also very relevant to corporate engineering and plant management staff that are concerned with assuring asset reliability and integrity.

Expert Course Faculty

Our key expert trained as a Nuclear Engineer, with a BS in Physics (1978), and MS in Nuclear Engineering (1980) from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI) in Troy New York. After graduation, he started working in the Reactor Physics group of Combustion Engineering in 1980, designing reactor fuel enrichments for power generation reactors.

 

He later worked for Raytheon Co. on improving the survivability of electronics in nuclear environments. This was followed by several years at a small start-up developing control systems for diesel power plants. Since 1991, our key expert has been at his current company, where he is now a Managing Director and Principal Engineer of an European subsidiary.

 

His experience covers the entire steam cycle of combined cycle and conventional thermal power plants. This includes performing several hundred field missions to plant sites on 5 continents for boiler/HRSG inspections, and failure root cause analysis.

 

Our key expert’s current work is not focused on the practical and cost-effective application of thermo-hydraulic, mechanical and fluid flow simulations to predicting boiler and piping component degradation issues encountered in the field.

 

Selected publications:

  • Assuring Pressure Part Manufacturing & Repair Quality – has ticking the box become more important than the end product? Fabricius, A. Taylor, M. Malloy, J. Inspectioneering Journal, March/April 2019
  • Understanding Variations in Flow-Accelerated Corrosion Wear Rates in HRSG Evaporator Tubes Malloy, J. Rusaas, J., Taylor, M. International Conference on Flow Accelerated Corrosion, EdF, France and Power Plant Chemistry Magazine, 2017
  • HRSG Tube Failure Diagnostic Guide, 3rd edition; P. Jackson, D. Moelling, J. Malloy, M. Taylor, Tetra Engineering Group, Inc., 2016, ISBN-13 978-0-9719616-3-0
  • Role of Boiling Mode and Rate in Formation of Waterside Deposits in Heat Recovery Steam Generator Evaporator Tubes Moelling, D., Malloy, J. ASME POWER 2014 Conference, July, 2014
  • Evaluating Contributions of Flow-Accelerated Corrosion and Liquid Droplet Impingement to Pipe Thinning in HRSG Evaporator Tubes Malloy, J., A., Graham, Taylor, M., Fabricius, Moelling, D. EdF FAC Conference Avignon, May 2013 and Power Plant Chemistry 2013
  • Design factors for avoiding FAC erosion in HRSG low-pressure evaporators Malloy, J., Taylor, M., Fabricius, A., Graham, M., Moelling, D. July 2013, ASME POWER Conference, USA
  • HRSG Inspection Planning Guide, 2nd edition; P. Jackson, D. Moelling, J. Malloy, M. Taylor, Tetra Engineering Group, Inc., 2006, ISBN 0-9719616-2-X

TOPICS COVERED

Overview of Pressure Part Design and Components

Review of Damage Mechanisms

Life Assessments

Welding & Repair of Pressure Parts

Sample Case Histories and Discussion

This training course has a limited attendance for up to 20 participants only. Sessions commence at 9am on all days, with short intervals at 10.30am and 3.30pm respectively. 
Refreshments will be provided in the short intervals. Lunch will be provided at 12:30pm for 1 hour. Sessions will end at 5pm on all days.

Unique Features with powerEDGE Training

• Pre-Course Questionnaire to help us focus on your learning objectives
• Detailed Course & Reference Manual for Continuous Learning and Sharing
• Practical Exercises & Case Examples to better understand the principles
• Limited class size to ensure One-to-One Interactivity
• Assessment at the end of the course to help you develop a Personal Action Plan