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OBJECTIVE : · Give general description of  air compression theory to optimalize compression process efficiently

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Friday, 22 Jun 2018

Piping-system & Pipeline-integrity

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·    The Participant will gain an in-depth knowledge of pipe and fitting material specifications, fabrication process and influence on mechanical  properties of strength and toughness, to help in material selection and failure analysis.
·    The participant will understand the technical background to the design equations, and their application to the design of piping systems and pipelines. The course addresses rules of good practice in layout of piping systems for reliable operation.
·    The participant will gain a practical understanding of piping and pipeline corrosion mechanisms, how to recognize them, classify them and resolve them.
·    The participant will be introduced to the latest techniques and research in piping and pipeline integrity to analyze a degraded condition due to either corrosion or mechanical damage.
·    The participants will review case histories of field failures and will evaluate their cause and solutions to avoid recurrence.


1.    Introduction
-   History of Pipeline Technology
-   ASME Codes and Standards
-   API Standards
-   NACA, MSS-SP, PFI Standards
-   Fundamentals of Maintenance and Integrity

2.    Materials
-   API 5Land ASTM Specifications
-   Practical Aspects of Metallurgical Properties
-   Chemistry and Material Test Reports
-   Fabrication of Line Pipe and Forged Fittings
-   Mechanical Properties: Strength and Toughness

3.    Welding
-   Overview of Pipe and Pipeline Welding Practice
-   API 1104 and ASME IX Requirement
-   Welding In-service: Challenge and Solutions


1.    Flange and Mechanical Joints
-   Overview of Different Types of Flanges and Application
-   Gasket of Bolt Selection
-   Causes of Flange Leaks and How to Resolve
-   Case Study of Flange Failure
-   Assembly of Flange Joints and Leak Tightness

2.    Pressure and Leak Testing

-   The Difference Between Leak Testing and Pressure Testing
-   Review of Difference Testing Techniques
-   The Purpose of Hydro test
-   How to Conduct a Hydro test
-   Pipeline and Piping Systems Testing
-   Pneumatic Testing

3.    Repair Techniques
-   The New ASME Repair Standards
-   The Fundamentals of Repair package
-   Pipe and Component Replacement
-   Grinding and welding
-   Welded Sleeve: Type A and B
-   Flush Patch Repair
-   Fillet Welded Patch
-   Weld Overlay Repair
-   Mechanical Clamp with Sealant Injection
-   Mechanical Clamp without Sealant Injection
-   Insertion Liners
-   Painted and Brushed Liners
-   Pipe Coating

1.    Corrosion
-  Introduction to Practical Corrosion
-  Classification of Corrosion Mechanisms
-  General wall Thinning
-  Local Corrosion: Galvanic Effects
-  Crevice corrosion
-  Pitting Corrosion
-  Environmental Effects
-  Hydrogen and H2s Effects
-  Microbiological Corrosion
-  Corrosion Protection
-   Cathodic protection Overview

2.    Mechanical damage To Pipelines
-   Dents and Gouges
-   Ripples and buckles

3.    Fitness For Service Overview

-   Application of ASME B31G to Determine Remaining Life
-   Application of 579 to General and Local Corrosion
-   Analysis of Dents and Gouges in Pipelines
-   How to Evaluate cracks in piping and Pipelines


The course is intended for engineers, maintenance technicians and inspectors responsible for the design, integrity, maintenance and repair of pipelines and piping systems.

Prof. Dr. Ir. I. WIRATMAJA PUJA Is an expert in Industrial, Oil & Gas operation both as an academic and practitioner as consultant for may project Onshore and Offshore Pipeline Design, Technology and Integrity Management Pipeline. He gradueted from ITB and he got Mater Degree of Science in Engineering Mechanics and Doctor of Philosopy in Engineering Mechanics, University of Kentucky, USA. He earned his post Doctoral in Material and Solid Mechanics Dept of Mechanical and Inteligent System Engineering Tokyo Institute , Japan.
He also an instructor for in-house and public training and as consultant such as Piping system & Pileline Integrity based on ASME Code, Pipestress Analysis Using Caesar II,  On Shore and Of Shore Pipe Line Technology for such as companies:

-   Chevron Pacific Indonesia,
-   ConocoPhillips Indonesia
-   KONDUR Petroleum
-   BP BERAU Indonesia
-   Total Indonesia
-   Petrochina
-   Pertamina,
-   CNOOC,
-   Etc

1.    American Society of Mechanical Engineer (ASME)
2.    American Society of Civil Engineer (ASCE)


Payment Method
Payment is required with registration. Should be fully paid and transferred to:
Bank Mandiri Cab. Galaxi
Account No. 156-00-0266536-4
cc. PT. Panesia Mandiri Utama

Terms & Conditions:
1.    A confirmation letter will be sent to you upon receiving your registration
2.    Any cancellation must be in writing and received by 7(seven) working days prior to the course date, otherwise full fee will be chargeable to your account