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Question: Corrosion in boiler feedwater and condensate return systems is usually the result of dissolved gases, oxygen and ...
A. Carbon monoxide
D. Carbon dioxide
Answer: D. Carbon dioxide, Dissolved gases present in water are the driving force of corrosion. Oxygen in water causes pitting corrosion and scale formation in piping and boiler tubes while carbon dioxide corrosion is prevalent in condensate systems. Carbon dioxide exists in a dissolved or bicarbonate form and condenses to produce carbonic acid. This acid combines with steel and forms grooves at the bottom of the piping. Page 43, Section 3.9.3
A is incorrect as carbon monoxide in boiler feed water does not result in corrosion. B is incorrect as water does not directly trigger corrosion but rather the dissolved gases present on it. C is incorrect as chlorides in boiler feed water can cause priming, uneven delivery of steam, deposition of salts, but not corrosion directly.
Who is this API 571 Certificate for?
All Corrosion Engineers, Integrity Engineers, RBI Engineers, Maintenance Engineers, Pressure Vessels/Piping/Tanks/Boilers Inspectors and every other inspection professionals.
Are You Qualified To Take The API 580 Exam?
If you hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, you automatically qualify to take the API 571 Corrosion and Materials certification exam. If you do not hold a current API 510, 570 or 653 certification, then qualification is based on a combination of your level of education and industry experience acquired within the last 10 years.
You want to study For The Exam?
The API 571 Corrosion and Materials certification exam tests the individual’s knowledge and expertise in the field of corrosion and materials selection. Exam questions for the API 571 Corrosion and Materials certification are derived from API RP 571 Damage Mechanisms Affecting Fixed Equipment in the Refining Industry.
What is the exam structure?
The API 571 exam is 3.25 hours long. There are 80 questions, of which only 70 are scored. The remaining 10 are pretest, which are not scored. All questions are multiple-choice and closed-book. Paper and reference materials are not allowed into the examinations. This exam has a set passing scaled score.
What is API 571 code?
API RP 571 discusses damage mechanisms applicable to oil refineries as well as petrochemical and other industrial applications. This code is intended to contribute to the overall management of pressure equipment integrity and is a useful resource for many mechanical integrity program activities including:
a) identification of existing damage or deterioration and anticipated rates of degradation,
b) identification of future damage mechanism susceptibilities,
c) development and maintenance of inspection and monitoring strategies, programs, and plans (e.g. per API 510, API 570, and API 653),
d) implementation and monitoring of integrity operating windows (IOWs) (see API 584),
e) development of corrosion control documents (CCDs) (see API 970),
f) implementation of Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) programs (see API 580 and API 581),
g) conducting Fitness-For-Service (FFS) assessments (see API 579-1/ASME FFS-1),
h) application of proper examination techniques, and
i) conducting pressure equipment integrity incident investigations (see API 585).