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                            S-RBI: SHELL RISK-BASED INSPECTION
S-RBI AS PART OF RISK ANDRELIABILITY MANAGEMENT (RRM)
S-RBI PROCESS
THE ADVANTAGES OF SINGLE RRM DATABASE FOR RBI/RCM/IPF ANALYSES
RBI STUDIES - RRM DATABASE
RBI STUDY - TEAM SESSIONS
CORROSION LOOPS
S-RBI IS BASED ON CORROSION LOOPS
CORROSION LOOPS FOR A KERO HDT
EXPERIENCE WITH CORROSION LOOPS
CRITICALITY ASSESSMENT
SUSCEPTIBILITY TO FAILUREINSTEAD OF PROBABILITY
CRITICALITY RATING
SUSCEPTIBILITY TO FAILURE (STF) (1)
SUSCEPTIBILITY TO FAILURE INTERNAL CORROSIONgeneral & localized corrosion
StF - NON AGE-RELATED DEGRADATIONS (1)
CAUSTIC CRACKING MODULEAPI 581 and degradation library
StF - NON AGE-RELATED DEGRADATIONS (2)
StF - NON AGE-RELATED DEGRADATIONS (3)
StF - DEGRADATION MODULESfor further information
CONSEQUENCE OF FAILURE ASSESSMENT
ECONOMICS
DIRECT ASSESSMENT OFECONOMIC CONSEQUENCES
ECONOMIC CONSEQUENCESsimple questionnaire
PRODUCTION LOSS EQUATION
STAGGERED PRODUCTION LOSS EQUITION
HEALTH AND SAFETY
HSE RAM DEFINITIONS
HEALTH & SAFETYsimple questionnaire (1)
HEALTH & SAFETYdetailed questionnaire
HEALTH AND SAFETYfire
FIREdetailed H & S questionnaire
RELEASE OF LIQUID THROUGH A HOLE
HEALTH AND SAFETYexplosions
EXPLOSIONdetailed H & S questionnaire
RELEASE OF GASthrough a 3 mm hole C1-C2 and H2
RELEASE OF LPG THROUGH A 3 MM HOLE
EXPLOSION & HPdetailed H & S questionnaire
HIGH PRESSURE CONSEQUENCE OF GAS PIPES
HEALTH AND SAFETYtoxic effects
TOXIC RELEASESdetailed H & S questionnaire
HEALTH AND SAFETYmitigation
MITIGATIONdetailed H & S questionnaire
ENVIRONMENT
ENVIRONMENTALsimple questionnaire
ENVIRONMENTALdetailed questionnaire
ENVIRONMENTALdetailed questionnaire
DETERMINATION OF THECONSEQUENCE OF FAILURE - Summary
CONFIDENCE RATING
PROCESS MONITORINGnon-age related degradations
INSPECTION/MONITORING TIMING?
INSPECTION TASKS
RBI METHODOLOGY
S-RBI STUDY FOR A CORROSION LOOP
DEGRADATION MECHANISMS
AGE-RELATED DEGRADATIONS VSNON AGE-RELATED DEGRADATIONS (1)
AGE-RELATED DEGRADATIONS VSNON AGE-RELATED DEGRADATIONS (2)
ALLOWABLE PIPING VIBRATION LEVELS
S-RBI AS PART OF RRMmain changes
StF - CORROSION RATESdesign life 20 years
CORROSION ALLOWANCESspecial cases
HEAT EXCHANGER DEFINITIONS
SUB TAGS & TAG GROUPS
FAILURE
PLANTSrisk and reliability - mechanical
S-RBI IN COMPARISON WITH API STANDARDS (1)                               API 510Pressure Vessel Inspection codeAPI 570Pipi
DEFECT SIZES UPON FAILURE
TAG NUMBERS
STANDARDIZED CORROSION RATES (CR)
DEGRADATIONS AND FAILURE MODES
PIPING REJECTION THICKNESSES (1)
PIPING REJECTION THICKNESSES (2)
HEAT EXCHANGER TUBE - CA ?
NDT MEASUREMENTS - PLUGS
                        
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ENVIRONMENTAL
simple questionnaire

Table 3-13 Simple environment questionnaire

Severity
rating

Consequence description

Liquid spills
Failure mode leads to a liquid spill with:

1 N No or negligible environmental damage
2 L Minor environmental damage
3 M Localised environmental damage
4 H Major environmental damage
5 E Massive environmental damage

Gas emission
Failure mode leads to:

1 N No or small harmful release
2 L Small harmful release leading to many complaints or large
3 M Large harmful release leading to many complaints

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