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March/April 2017 Inspectioneering Journal
Date March/April 2017
Volume  23
Issue 2
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March/April 2017 Inspectioneering Journal Article Index


    March/April 2017 Inspectioneering Journal

    The purpose of this article is to describe the various in-line inspection (ILI) technologies that are currently available to the market. The pros, cons, and applicability of each type of tool will be discussed in greater detail.

    Authors: Matt Ellinger
    March/April 2017 Inspectioneering Journal

    Flare systems provide hydrocarbon facilities with safe and efficient discharge of relief and waste gases by controlled open flame burning. This article provides information on the selection, inspection, and maintenance of various types of flares.

    Authors: Ibrahim Kodssi
    March/April 2017 Inspectioneering Journal

    Inspectioneering Founder & Chief Editor, Greg Alvarado, recently had the privilege to sit down with Clay White, Director of Mechanical Integrity for Phillips 66 (Downstream), to discuss the world of fixed equipment reliability in the refining and...

    Authors: Greg Alvarado
    March/April 2017 Inspectioneering Journal

    This article discusses the use of the RBI methodology supplemented by a well-designed IOW program to assess and manage aging in fixed equipment and piping in hydrogen generation units.

    March/April 2017 Inspectioneering Journal

    Application of drones in industrial inspections is not new, although it is still performed by only handful of companies. Market penetration of this technology in the industrial space has been relatively slow.

    Authors: Rami Mattar
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    Are you truly prepared for your next Turnaround? Effective work processes are required to successfully plan, manage, review and supervise plant turnarounds. Inspection planning and work scope selection are critical aspects of any turnaround...

    March/April 2017 Inspectioneering Journal

    Myths, challenges, and good practices related to process piping integrity management activities that help inspection and maintenance managers make the right decisions to develop cost-effective piping inspection plans without compromising the...

    March/April 2017 Inspectioneering Journal

    Ultrasonic phased array allow for a variety of structures to be inspected without radiation or taking equipment out of service. Codes are now being developed which allow phased array systems as an acceptable inspection technique for many procedures.

    Authors: Bob Lasser
    March/April 2017 Inspectioneering Journal

    Integrity Operating Windows (IOWs) have a subset of operating variables that are important for degradation monitoring, but may not have direct operational controls. Per API RP 584 Integrity Operating Windows, these are known as IOW Informational...

    Authors: A.C. Gysbers

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