This Carbon Transport Technologies course intends to integrate topical issues in the structural design and operation, as well as environmental aspects, of pipelines and other systems used for the transport of carbon, mainly as produced as part of the Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) process.
Course Objectives; On successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
- Gain a systematic understanding of carbon transport systems
- Demonstrate an in-depth awareness of current practice and its limitations on issues of corrosion and safety of carbon transport pipelines
- Be able to evaluate methodologies applied to the structural integrity of carbon transport systems for design component/material and selection
- Develop a critical and analytical approach towards the economy and environmental aspects of carbon transport pipelines.
- Introduction to Carbon Transport Systems: Introduction to Carbon Transport. Economy of Transport. Flow. Safety
- Modes of Carbon Transport: Carbon Transport by Pipeline, Carbon Transport by Ships. Carbon Transport in Solid State
- Carbon Pipeline Engineering: Overview of Components, Introduction to Design Procedures, Multiphase flow
- Corrosion of Carbon Pipelines: Overview, Materials requirement
- Environmental Aspects: Offshore Installations. Emissions from Transport. Risk of Carbon Leakage
- Structural Integrity of Carbon Transport Pipelines: Fracture Modelling of Pipelines. Low Temperature Embrittlement. Monitoring and Inspection.
This Carbon Transport Technologies course is delivered over five days and comprises an introduction in the form of a discussion and other lecture sessions. It also includes relevant videos and case studies. All delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance at the end of the course.
*PLEASE NOTE: Course dates provided are provisional and may change. Definitive course dates will be provided shortly.