Thickness Monitoring (TM) is a module in APM that allows you to document, manage, and analyze corrosion data used to predict the remaining usable life for an asset. It provides the tools that you need to monitor the corrosion of the asset in your plant and to take preventative actions that will help you avoid the economic, environmental, and human costs of corrosion-related failures.
In this interactive one-day course, participants will learn how to use Thickness Monitoring to manage, document, and analyze corrosion data, following the Thickness Monitoring Standard Practice.
4301 Thickness Monitoring is designed for:
RBI Administrators and Implementers
When you complete this course, you will be able to:
Explain the goals and benefits of corrosion monitoring.
Explain the Thickness Monitoring Data Model.
Explain the Thickness Monitoring Standard Practice.
Identify the roles for thickness monitoring.
Apply the configuration options for Thickness Monitoring, based on your APM environment.
Review thickness data, the corrosion analysis summary, trend charts, and corrosion analysis data and calculations.
Enter new thickness measurements.
Prepare a thickness monitoring strategy by creating a new thickness monitoring location group and organizing thickness monitoring locations within the group.
Validate a thickness monitoring strategy scope.
Archive a corrosion analysis.
Describe the integration between thickness monitoring and risk based inspection.