Remaining Life Assessment
Assessment to Equipment Remaining Life performed to help decision making process after equipment run for certain period of time. This is to prevent operational disruption due to equipment failure and can also to plan for expenditure. Such assessment can also anticipate and remedy should there be any potential severe condition may affect the equipment operation. People involved in the operation and maintenance or asset management should be fully aware of such equipment life time.
Participants will learn:
- Principles of Remaining Life Assessment (RLA)
- Evaluation of Information from Failure Analysis and Damage Investigation
- Sources of Failure and Failure Mechanisms
- Determination of Material Characteristics: Strength, Hardness, Toughness, Creep, Fatigue, Corrosion, etc.
- Procedures and Techniques of RLA using 3 (three) Evaluations: Analytical/Theoretical, Non-Destructive Tests (NDT) and Destructive Tests
- Selection of Critical Components by Direct Measurement on Operating Parameters and Data Bank
- Remaining Life Evaluation by Analytical/Theoretical Method
- Remaining Life Evaluation by NDT Methods
- Remaining Life Evaluation by Destructive Tests Methods
- Case studies of the RLA Implementation on Various Industrial Components/Equipment
- Mechanical Engineer/ Superintendent/ Supervisor/ Design Engineer
- Maintenance Superintendent/ Engineer/ Supervisor
- Asset Management Team & everybody who wants to add knowledge and interest in the above subject