|Status||Mechanism type||Failure Mode||Affected Equipment Type|
|Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI)||Ready||External||Pin Hole, Rupture||Vessel/Piping/Tank|
|Atmospheric Corrosion (General Corrosion, according to NACE)||Coming soon!||External||Corrosion Hole, Rupture||Vessel/Piping/Tank|
|Corrosion Under Fireproofing||Coming soon!||External||Corrosion Hole, Rupture||Vessel|
|Soil corrosion||Coming soon!||External||Corrosion Hole, Rupture||Piping/Tank|
|Chloride Stress Corrosion Cracking (ClSCC)||Coming soon!||External/Internal||Vessel/Piping/Tank|
Every deterioration mechanism is unique in some ways. Parameters affecting the corrosion rate, extent of damages, susceptible areas, and failure modes are unique for each and every corrosion mechanism.
As RBI and Corrosion Specialist/Engineer, you may need to take a specific approach to analyze and estimate risks associated with an equipment and eventually make an inspection plan or equipment strategy to mitigate them in a specific timeframe.
RBI-in-Corrosion courses have been built for each corrosion mechanism in a way that it will address all the scenarios and parameters know as of today that could affect the equipment integrity, if it is exposed to that type of corrosion, and provide an in-depth approach, how to quantify the risk and how to mitigate it.
All the contents provided in these courses are supposed to be usable world-wide with minor tweaks and very comprehensive in terms of considering all the factors that could be game changer in the process of risk management.
RBI in Corrosion Mechanisms