European Master and Certification Program
in Risk Engineering and Management

VB-R33 RBI PoF
RBI Probability of Failure - Damage Factors

March 18, 2014
Pancevo, Serbia

The focus of the course is on the damage mechanisms appearing in different industries and their influence to the calculation of probability of failure of equipment. A large number of well elaborated examples are included.

At the end of the course students are expected to have basic knowledge about:

  • main principles of the RBI
  • Damage Factors used in RBI PoF Analysis

The course is dedicated to:

  • engineers, managers, inspectors, legislators (university level)
  • engineers working in maintenance petroleum/power/process industry
  • other professionals dealing with risk and safety in industry
  • university students of Steinbeis Master of Risk Engineering and Management program and similar programs

Course Content:

Damage factors: Introduction
Classification of Types of Damage Mechanisms
Basic damage mechanisms
Major damage mechanisms of TPP system
Damage factors :
Types of water/steam corrosion damages in boiler tubing systems of TPP
Examples
Damage factors: Calculations
Probability of Failure Calculations based on API 581
Calculation of the Management Systems Factor

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Registration deadline: March 18, 2014
Course venue:
Course code: 161335 (SEM)
Language of instruction: English
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Aleksandar S. Jovanovic (Steinbeis Advanced Risk Technologies)

 

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In the case of cancellation of the course by the organizers, the participants are entitled to the full reimbursement of the prepaid fees.
In the case of participant's cancellation less than 1 week prior to the course, the fees will be retained in full.
(Announcement generated on April 22, 2021)