Any asset that is prone to corrosion needs a corrosion management system to protect against the consequences of corrosion. Corrosive threats need to be eased to a point where the disbursement of corrosion maintenance and management program resources are balanced against the benefits gained. The course will tackle processes and procedures required for planning, executing, and continually improving the ability of an organization to manage the threat of corrosion for existing and future assets thereby reducing site risks, limiting compliance costs and protecting facilities from unexpected shutdowns, loss of revenue and other increased costs.
What Is The Training Course Methodology?
This training methodology illustrates the concepts involved in the above areas through practical consideration of actual real-life problems, as well as explanation of concepts by experts in area using video projectors and computer aided case studies based on practical applications. Participants will solve their system problem, where the trainee’s try to apply the skills learnt with guidance from our specialized experts. ACAD will provide participants a comprehensive assessment on the problems solved using the skills acquired in the training course.
Who Should Attend This Training Course?
This training course is designed for
Corrosion engineers, senior engineer’s supervisors and other staffs whose work requires a deep appreciation of corrosion problems and control
Process operation, inspection and maintenance engineers as well as laboratory chemists will also find this course of great value
What Is The Training Course Objectives?
This course will give participants a comprehensive understanding of corrosion principles, causes and forms. The course aims also at enabling participants to relate specific types of corrosion to the environments that lead to their occurrence.
What Is The Training Course Curriculum?
Waterside Corrosion Technology
Corrosion by boiler water
Corrosion by cooling water
Sea water corrosion
Cooling towers corrosion
Low Temperature Corrosion Problems
Caustic and hydrogen
Cryogenic (Very low temperature)
High Temperature Corrosion Problems
Oxidation and Sulfidation
High temperature Hydrogen damages
Carbonization and metal dusting
Corrosion resistant material
Erosion resistant materials
Corrosion Control Techniques
Lining and metabolizing
Nonmetallic Ceramic and cement Catholic protection