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July 9 – Should You Worry about CUI on the Coke Drum Structure?

FREE – Thursday, 9 July 2020 (8PT, 9MT, 10CT, 11ET, 1500GMT)

Evan Hyde Facilitator: Evan Hyde – REFCOMM®

Overview

Corrosion under insulation (CUI) is one of the best known and researched corrosion mechanisms in process industries. CUI is not often discussed in the context of the delayed coker specifically or especially around the drum structure equipment itself. The webinar will take the opportunity to explore how insulation on the inlet, outlet, and drum itself should be considered from a cyclic standpoint and not just from the design temperatures alone. The problems related to outside diameter corrosion can sneak up and bite you in a big way if you are not properly inspecting for it over the long term.

Sponsor:

Aspen Aerogels is an aerogel technology company that leverages its patented Aerogel Technology Platform in the design, development and manufacture of world-class, innovative, high-performance aerogel insulation products.

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Posted by: Evan Hyde

Evan Hyde is the director of field services for Coking.com. He previously was president of C2 Nano Technology where they researched surface treatments to combat fouling & corrosion issues in cokers & other petrochemical process units. He was a Senior Engineering Advisor for Becht Engineering Co., Inc. and has consulted on processing improvement and reliability initiatives for coking clients around the world. Prior to joining Becht, Evan worked for ExxonMobil Research and Engineering, as a process engineer, with assignments in research, and troubleshooting for heavy oil upgrading equipment. He holds a B.S. of Chemical Engineering from Pennsylvania State University.

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