A Quick Guide to API 570 Certified Pipework Inspector Syllabus by Clifford Matthews
Example Questions and Worked Answers

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The API Individual Certification Programs (ICPs) are well established worldwide in the oil, gas, and petroleum industries. This Quick Guide is unique in providing simple, accessible and well-structured guidance for anyone studying the API 570 Certified Pipework Inspector syllabus by:Summarising and helping them through the syllabusProviding multiple example questions and worked answersTechnical standards covered include the full API ‘body of knowledge’ for the examination, i.e. API570 Piping inspection code; API RP 571 Damage mechanisms affecting fixed equipment in the refining industry; API RP 574 Inspection practices for piping system components; API RP 577 Welding and metallurgy; API RP 578 Material verification program for new and existing alloy piping systems; ASME V Non-destructive examination; ASME IX Welding qualifications; ASME B16.5 Pipe flanges and flanged fittings; and ASME B 31.3 Process piping.Provides simple, accessible and well-structured guidance for anyone studying the API 570 Certified Pipework Inspector syllabusSummarizes the syllabus and provides the user with multiple example questions and worked answersTechnical standards covered include the full API ‘body of knowledge’ for the examination
 

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Clifford Matthews CEng, FIMechE is Director of Matthews Engineering Training Limited, UK, which runs training courses in API 510/570/653, plant inspection, code design, pressure relief equipment and related subjects: over 4000 delegates have been trained in the past 10 years. He has worldwide experience in various industries and is the author of several books on topics relating to inspection. Matthews Training’s approach to teaching API subjects has achieved a first-time examination pass rate in the region of 90%.The company is an authorised global training provider to the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME).
 
Published May 22, 2009 by Woodhead Publishing. 232 pages
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