Flashcards in Scope, References & Definitions Deck (50)
This inspection code covers the __________, __________, __________ & __________activities for pressure vessels and the pressure relieving devices protecting these vessels.
AIRR = Alteration, In-Service Inspection, Repair & Rerating
The application of this inspection code is restricted to owner/users that employ or have access to the following technically qualified individuals and organizations:
a. An Authorized Inspection Agency
b. A Repair Organization
c. An Engineer
d. An Inspector
What covers Damage Mechanisms Affecting Fixed Equipment in the Refining Industry?
What covers Inspection of Pressure Vessels?
What covers Inspection of Pressure-Relieving Devices
What covers Welding Inspection and Metallurgy?
What covers Material Verification Program for New and Existing Alloy Piping Systems?
What covers Fitness-For-Service?
What covers Risk-Based Inspection?
What covers Risk-Based Inspection - Base Resource Document?
What covers Procedures for Welding or Hot Tapping on Equipment in Service?
What covers Inspector Certification Examination Body of Knowledge?
__________ is a physical change in any component that has design implications that affect the pressure-containing capability of a pressure vessel beyond the scope described in existing data reports.
Authorized Inspection Agency can include any one of the following:
An employee of an authorized inspection agency who is qualified and certified to perform inspections under this inspection code.
Authorized Pressure Vessel Inspector
The code or standard a vessel was originally built to, such as API/ ASME, API, or State Special/ Non-ASME.
The rate of metal loss due to the reaction(s) with its environment
A person, acceptable to the owner/user, who has knowledge and experience in corrosion damage mechanisms, metallurgy, materials selection, and corrosion monitoring techniques.
Refers to all forms of corrosion under insulation including stress corrosion cracking.
Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI)
An imperfection, whose type or size, exceeds the applicable acceptance criteria.
A methodology whereby flaws and conditions contained within an equipment item are assessed in order to determine the integrity of the equipment for continued service.
Corrosion that is distributed more or less uniformly over the surface of the metal.
A point in the repair or alteration process beyond which work may not proceed until the required inspection or NDE has been performed and documented.
Flaws or other discontinuities noted during inspection that may or may not exceed the applicable acceptance criteria
A response or evidence resulting from the application of a nondestructive examination.
All inspection activities associated with a pressure vessel once it has been placed in service.
Shortened title for API 510
A strategy defining how and when a pressure vessel or pressure-relieving device will be inspected, repaired, and/or maintained.
A legally constituted government administration that may adopt rules relating to pressure vessels.