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RBI assessments can take many forms and levels of complexity. Some use software and others rely more on engineering reasoning and intuition. In all cases, what is the main output from an RBI
An inspection plan with frequencies
A multi-coloured matrix for display
A risk assessment plan
A schedule of corrosion rates
Which damage mode occurs due to CUI in 300 series stainless steels?
Throughout the world, the pattern of (and reasons for) pressure system failures are similar. Most failures causing pressure release accidents or leaks occur in?
Process piping spools
Process piping fittings (flanges etc.)
Which of these pieces of information would normally not be included in an NII decision record?
Details of NDT techniques used
Previous inspection reports
Justification for acceptance
Results of the CRA carried out
A fillet welded external patch installed over a defect in a pressure vessel should be:
Is designed without joint efficiency
Designed by an engineer
Is considered a permanent repair
Is considered a temporary repair
Under API 570 what is the maximum interval for thickness readings to be taken on an API class 2 pipe?
Which of these generic types of stainless steels are unsuitable for sour service?
‘Free machining’ grades
Highly alloyed’ austenitic grades
How does the repair code ASME PCC-2 differentiate between temporary and permanent repairs of pressure equipment?
Temporary repairs are fillet patches
Temporary repairs must be replaced ASAP
Temp. Repairs must be recorded on a ITP
Chloride SCC of 300-series stainless steel occurs generally above a metal temperature of about?
100 degF (38 degC)
180 deg F (82 degC)
212 degF (100 degC)
140 degF (60 degC)
Brittle fracture is a failure mode by crack propagation rather than plastic deformation. It is caused by a material structure which becomes brittle at low temperatures. When would you most expect it
After long-term exposure to high temp.
After wall-thinning at stress points
After exposure to dynamic ‘shock load’
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