Damage Mechanism Identification and Review

One-day session to learn how to establish damage mechanisms and rates based upon data collected
Damage Mechanism Identification and Review

Overview

One-day session to learn how to establish damage mechanisms and rates based upon data collected. Learn how to effectively collaborate with team members and use gathered data to make sound decisions when defining potential damage mechanisms, rates, and potentials to support a Risk Based Inspection (RBI) program. If you are either facilitating or preparing for a damage mechanism review/ identification session, this training is for you.

Course Topics

  • Assign Damage Mechanisms
  • Define Corrosion Loops

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