SUT | Astrimar Training Course – Qualification of New Technology
Enabling the future of the industry through the energy transition and beyond
24 January, 2023 - 27 January, 2023
24-27 January 2023 | 0930-1300hrs GMT each day | Registration below
Innovation and technology are key to any industry’s success – this has never been more true than now, as we face the challenges of achieving the energy transition to Net Zero. Confidence in technology can be a barrier to investment and its acceptance into the market. However effective technology qualification can help address these barriers and overcome them. The course will provide an overview of industry best practice for qualification of technology and how to select and design appropriate testing and analysis regimes to demonstrate functionality, reliability and durability for novel and modified technologies. The assurance that can be gained from adopting these best practices are key to enabling successful commercialisation.
This course is aimed at engineers, in any stage of their careers, who are involved in the development of new technology or who need to accommodate new or existing technology in new or more challenging applications. Examples will be drawn both from traditional subsea technologies and newer net-zero technology solutions. A combination of presentations, discussions and group break-out sessions will be used and will cover:
- The Technology Qualification Process
- Defining Qualification Goals and Requirements
- Use of Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs)
- Types of testing and analysis to support qualification at each TRL
- Qualification of extended/modified technology
- Application of FMECA for technology qualification
- Techniques for demonstrating technology confidence and reliability
- Residual technical risk and uncertainty
- Qualification assurance
Cost (excluding VAT where chargeable)
- SUT Member – £700
- Non-Member – £800
CPD Credits will be available
Cancellations are subject to a 25% administration fee where the cancellation is made more than one calendar month before the date of the training course. No refund is payable for a cancellation made within the calendar month immediately prior to the training course – in this event the full sum shown on the invoice remains payable.
Delegates may wish to nominate a substitute in their place.
Astrimar’s consultants have worked with a wide range of operators, engineering contractors and equipment developers to implement industry best practices for qualification, reliability and technical risk management aligned to guidance such as API RP 17N, API RP 17Q and DNV RP A203. Astrimar’s director, Prof John Strutt was lead technical author for both editions of API RP 17N, and a contributing author for API RP 17Q.
Astrimar have been providing training to the industry for many years. The course will be delivered by two experienced Astrimar consultants with significant experience in both implementation of technology qualification and also delivery of industry training.
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