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Asset Integrity Management of Critical Infrastructure
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Mamdouh M. Salama
Mamdouh M. Salama
MMS4Aim LLC, USA
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Dragan Komljenovic
Dragan Komljenovic
Hydro-Québec, Canada
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Jovica R. Riznic
Jovica R. Riznic
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, Canada
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ISBN:
9780791887738
No. of Pages:
180
Publisher:
ASME
Publication date:
2024

In the realm of production facilities characterized by a myriad of pipelines, discerning the critical ones necessitates an assessment grounded in the environmental and financial implications of potential failures. Consequently, the initial stride in formulating an integrity management strategy entails a classification of pipelines based on their criticality-derived risk levels. These risk levels hinge on a meticulous evaluation of failure likelihood and its resultant consequences. Such an evaluation mandates a comprehensive grasp of pipeline hazards and degradation mechanisms. This comprehension, in turn, forms the bedrock for the establishment of an appropriate integrity management program aligned with the risk level. This paper expounds on the procedures for risk assessment and the pivotal components of a sound integrity management program.

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