المشاريع المنجزة لشركة الواحة العربية

 

 

لطالما اعتبرت شركة الواحة العربية من الشركات الرائدة في مجالات الفحص الهندسي حيث قامت الشركة بالتعامل مع معظم الوزارات العراقية والشركات التابعة لها. وكان التعامل حافلا بالنجاحات. و كان العمل يتكون من طورين أساسيين حيث كان الطور الأول هو التجهيز والطور الثاني التدريب وأعمال الصيانة التي تقدمها الشركة لعملائها من خلال مراكز الصيانة لدى الشركة. و من ابرز الوزارات العراقية التي تعاملت معها الشركة وزارة الكهرباء ووزارة النفط ووزارة الصناعة والمعادن.

 

وزارة الكهرباء:

جهزت الواحة العربية كافة شركات وزارة الكهرباء منها الشركة العامة لإنتاج الطاقة الكهربائية الشمالية والوسطى والجنوبية، حيث تم تجهيز هذه الشركات بالعديد من أجهزة الفحص الهندسي كأجهزة قياس الصلادة والسمك وتحليل المعادن.

أما محطات الكهرباء فكان لها أيضا النصيب من التعامل مع الشركة، حيث قامت الشركة بإقامة العديد من الدورات التدريبية للمهندسين الذين يعملون في المحطات وذلك من اجل النهوض مجال إعمار الطاقة الكهربائية وكان من المحطات التي قامت الشركة بالتعاون معها محطة جنوب بغداد الحرارية والغازية، محطة كهرباء الدورة، محطة كهرباء المسيب، محطة كهرباء ملا عبدالله الناجي الغازية وغيرها.

 

وزارة النفط:

تعاملت شركة الواحة مع وزارة النفط و الشركات المرتبطة بها كافة منها شركة نفط الشمال، وشركة نفط الجنوب وشركة نفط الوسط، شركة مصافي الشمال، شركة مصافي الوسط، شركة مصافي الجنوب، حيث قامت الشركة بتجهيز المواد الهندسية للوزارة والشركات التابعة لها مثل الأفلام الشعاعية والحوامض وX-Ray وغيرها وأيضا قامت الشركة بإقامة دورات تدريبية وتعليمية في مراكز الشركة حول العالم.

 

وزارة الصناعة والمعادن:

تعد وزارة الصناعة والمعادن من أقدم الوزارات التي تعاملت معها الشركة بكثرة حيث كان التعامل جيدا مع شركات الوزارة والوزارة نفسها. حيث قامت الشركة بإبرام العقود مع الوزارة وشركاتها وتجهيزها بالمواد التي تحتاجها الوزارة والشركات التابعة لها.

ومن الشركات التي تعاملت معها الشركة هي الشركات العامة لصناعة الأسمدة المنطقة الجنوبية والشركة العامة لصناعة السيارات والشركة العامة للاستشارات الهندسية وغيرها.

كما جهزت شركتنا العديد من الأجهزة والعدد المرتبطة ارتباط وثيق منها المضخات الاختصاصية وأجهزت التحكم الهيدروليكية لمنظومات التورباينservo valve  ومن شركات MOOG & PARKER الأمريكية.

قامت شركتنا بإقامة دورات تدريبية في فروع ومقرات الشركات الكبرى في دولة الإمارات العربية المتحدة وفنلندا وبريطانيا  والولايات المتحدة الأمريكية وفرنسا لمختلف المواد المجهزة.

 

 

 

المشاريع المستقبلية لشركة الواحة العربية

 

يتم حاليا التشاور مع شركة جنرال إلكتريك الأمريكية بإقامة مراكز تدريبية على الفحوصات الإتلافية وغير الإتلافية من خلال وضع متدربين كفوئين وأجهزة متطورة بحيث تغطي معظم مفاصل الحركة الصناعية وملائمة جدا لحركة الإعمار في العراق.

ومن هذه الدورات التشمل:

1) Boiler Inspector (Level I and Level II)

As per the requirements of ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001 "Recommended Practice for Personnel Training and Certification in Nondestructive Testing"

  

-          Prerequisites: Engineering diploma or technical institute graduate, vision accuracy test, appropriate experience in NDT or inspection   

-          Duration: 12 days (80 clockhours)

-          No. of trainees (5 five)

-          Course Content:

Level I

Level II

-          Vision and lighting

-          Material attributes

-          Employer defined application

-          Boiler inspector responsibilities

-          Basic inspector skills

-          Inspection safety

-          Visual inspection and other NDT technologies

-          Equipment and applications of direct and remote inspection

-          Codes and standards and procedures

-          Acceptance / rejection Criteria

-          Reporting and documentation

-          Boiler basic design and application, service limitation, materials, pressure parts, fabrication and construction.

-          Practical reference guide for , welding metallurgy, welding inspection management and corrosion of welds

-          Risk based inspection-condition monitoring, risk assessment and rest-life estimation

-          Factors governing frequency of inspection of boilers

-          Causes of deterioration of boilers - overheating and corrosion

-          Safety precaution, general preparatory work and cleaning

-          Boiler inspection: visual inspection (preliminary, internal and external), determination of wall thickness and other tests such as metallurgical tests, MT, UT, RT and Hammer test.

-          Inspection tools checklist

-          Method of repairs for boilers and testing requirements

-          Boiler inspection records, reports and documentation

-          Codes and Standards: ASME, API, ASTM, AWS

-          Quality assurance requirements: QMS, OSHA, health, safety & environment

-          Rules, laws and legislations

-          Tour visit to power station

 

-          Technique: Direct and Remote

-          Examination: General (Closed Book) , Specific (Open Book) and Practical

-          A candidate shall achieve a grade of at least 70% in each exam (General, Specific and Practical) and an average grade of at least 80% in overall to be eligible for certification.

-          Certification Scheme : ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001.

 

 

2) Steam Turbine Inspector (Level I and Level II)

As per the requirements of ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001 "Recommended Practice for Personnel Training and Certification in Non-destructive Testing"

 

-          Prerequisites: Engineering diploma or technical institute graduate, vision accuracy test, appropriate experience in NDT or inspection.

-          Duration: 12 days (80 clockhours)

-          No. of trainees (5 five)

-          Course Content:

 

Level I

Level II

-          Vision and Lighting

-          Material Attributes

-          Employer Defined Application

-          Steam Turbine Inspector Responsibilities

-          Basic Inspector Skills

-          Inspection Safety

-          Visual Inspection and Other NDT technologies

-          Equipment and applications of direct and remote inspection

-          Codes and Standards and Procedures

-          Acceptance / Rejection Criteria

-          Reporting and Documentation

-          Steam turbine basic design including pressure casings, casing connections, rotating elements, seals, dynamics & bearings

-          Lubrication, materials for fabrication and construction

-          Accessories: gears units , controls and instrumentation, insulation and jacketing

-          Practical reference guide for , welding metallurgy, welding inspection management and corrosion of welds.

-          Risk based inspection-condition monitoring, risk assessment and rest-life estimation

-          Inspection and testing : material examination, RT, UT, MT, PT mechanical testing and other tests

-          Corrosion ,erosion of steam turbine components & defects behavior

-          Steam turbine data sheets and inspector's checklist

-          Codes and Standards: ASME, API , ASTM, AWS

-          Quality assurance requirements: QMS, OSHA, health, safety and environment

-          Rules, laws and legislations and Tour visit to power station

 

-          Technique: Direct and Remote

-          Examination: General (Closed Book) , Specific (Open Book) and Practical

-          A candidate shall achieve a grade of at least 70% in each exam (General, Specific and Practical) and an average grade of at least 80% in overall to be eligible for certification.

-          Certification Scheme : ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001.

 

 

3) Gas Turbine Inspector (Level I and Level II)

As per the requirements of ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001 "Recommended Practice for Personnel Training and Certification in Non-destructive Testing" 

 

-          Prerequisites: Engineering diploma or technical institute graduate, vision accuracy test, appropriate experience in NDT or inspection.

-          Duration: 12 days (80 clockhours)

-          No. of trainees (3 Three)

-          Course Content:

 

Level I

Level II

-          Vision and Lighting

-          Material Attributes

-          Employer Defined Application

-          Gas Turbine Inspector Responsibilities

-          Basic Inspector Skills

-          Inspection Safety

-          Visual Inspection and Other NDT technologies

-          Equipment and applications of direct and remote inspection

-          Codes and Standards and Procedures

-          Acceptance / Rejection Criteria

-          Reporting and Documentation

 

-          Gas turbine basic design including pressure casings, combustor and fuel nozzles, rotating elements, seal, dynamics & bearings

-          Lubrication, materials for fabrication and construction

-          Accessories: starting, gears, controls and instrumentation, piping, inlet coolers , insulation , fuel system

-          Practical reference guide for , welding metallurgy, welding inspection management and corrosion of welds

-          Risk-based inspection-condition monitoring & risk assessment

-          Inspection and testing : material examination, RT, UT, MT, PT mechanical testing and other tests

-          Corrosion ,erosion of turbine components and defects behavior

-          Gas turbine data sheets and inspector's checklist

-          Codes and Standards: ASME, API , ASTM, AWS

-          Quality assurance requirements: QMS, OSHA, health, safety and environment

-          Rules, laws and legislations and Tour visit to power station

 

-          Technique: Direct and Remote

-          Examination: General (Closed Book) , Specific (Open Book) and Practical

-          A candidate shall achieve a grade of at least 70% in each exam (General, Specific and Practical) and an average grade of at least 80% in overall to be eligible for certification.

-          Certification Scheme : ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001.

 

 

 

4) Engineering Inspector (Pressure Vessels, Tanks and Pipelines Inspectors - Level I and Level II)

As per the requirements of ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001 "Recommended Practice for Personnel Training and Certification in Non-destructive Testing" 

 

-          Prerequisites: Engineering diploma or technical institute graduate, vision accuracy test, appropriate experience in NDT or inspection.

-          Duration: 12 days (80 clockhours)

-          No. of trainees (3 Three)

-          Course Content:

 

Level I

Level II

-          Vision and Lighting

-          Material Attributes

-          Employer Defined Application

-          Engineering Inspector Responsibilities

-          Basic Inspector Skills

-          Inspection Safety

-          Visual Inspection and Other NDT technologies

-          Equipment and applications of direct and remote inspection

-          Codes and Standards and Procedures

-          Acceptance / Rejection Criteria

-          Reporting and Documentation

 

-          Basic design of pressure vessels , tanks, pipelines

-          Materials for construction and fabrication

-          Factors affecting vessels , tanks and pipelines erection planning and types of inspection required

-          Risk-based inspection-condition monitoring & risk assessment

-          Welding technologies for tanks, vessels and pipe work

-          Practical reference guide for , welding metallurgy, welding inspection management and corrosion of welds

-          Inspection and testing :material examination, RT, UT, MT, PT

-          NDT applied during maintenance and inspection of pressure vessel, storage tanks and pipe work system

-          Destructive tests and other tests

-          Pipelines , tanks & pressure vessels: causes, prevention & control of corrosion

-          Codes and Standards: ASME, API, ASTM, AWS

-          Quality assurance requirements: QMS, OSHA, health, safety and environment

-          Rules, laws and legislations

 

-          Technique: Direct and Remote

-          Examination: General (Closed Book) , Specific (Open Book) and Practical

-          A candidate shall achieve a grade of at least 70% in each exam (General, Specific and Practical) and an average grade of at least 80% in overall to be eligible for certification.

-          Certification Scheme : ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001

 

 

5) Welding Inspector (Level I and Level II

As per the requirements of ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001 "Recommended Practice for Personnel Training and Certification in Nondestructive Testing" 

 

-          Prerequisites: Engineering diploma or technical institute graduate, vision accuracy test, appropriate experience in NDT or inspection.

-          Duration: 12 days (80 clockhours)

-          No. of trainees (6 Six)

-          Course Content:

 

Level I

Level II

-          Vision and Lighting

-          Material Attributes

-          Employer Defined Application

-          Basic Inspector Skills

-          Inspection Safety

-          Visual Inspection and Other NDT technologies

-          Equipment and applications of direct and remote inspection

-          Codes and Standards and Procedures

-          Acceptance / Rejection Criteria

-          Reporting and Documentation

-          Introduction to the welding inspector

-          Welding inspector responsibilities and safety

-          Standards, codes and specification –AWS, ASME, API, ASTM

-          Weld geometry and welding terminology

-          Welding and non-destructive examination symbols

-          Welding metallurgy and welding chemistry

-          Destructive testing

-          Welding procedure and welder qualification

-          Welding brazing and cutting processes

-          Weld and base metal discontinuities

-          NDE processes (PT, MT, RT, UT, ET)

-          Inspection reports and documentation

-          Quality assurance requirements: QMS, OSHA, health, safety and environment

-          Rules, laws and legislations

 

 

-          Technique: Direct and Remote

-          Examination: General (Closed Book) , Specific (Open Book) and Practical

-          A candidate shall achieve a grade of at least 70% in each exam (General, Specific and Practical) and an average grade of at least 80% in overall to be eligible for certification.

-          Certification Scheme : ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001

 

 

6) Metallurgical Inspector (Level I and Level II)

As per the requirements of ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001 "Recommended Practice for Personnel Training and Certification in Non-destructive Testing" 

 

-          Prerequisites: Engineering diploma or technical institute graduate, vision accuracy test, appropriate experience in NDT or inspection.

-          Duration: 12 days (80 clockhours)

-          No. of trainees (3 Three)

-          Course Content:

 

Level I

Level II

-          Vision and Lighting

-          Material Attributes

-          Employer Defined Application

-          Metallurgical Inspector Responsibilities

-          Basic Inspector Skills

-          Inspection Safety

-          Visual Inspection and Other NDT technologies

-          Equipment and applications of direct and remote inspection

-          Codes and Standards and Procedures

-          Acceptance / Rejection Criteria

-          Reporting and Documentation

-          Material and product technology

-          Materials behaviour and corrosion of metals

-          Practical reference guide for , welding metallurgy, welding inspection management and corrosion of welds

-          Risk-based inspection-condition monitoring & risk assessment

-          Effect of operation conditions on metals micro structure.

-          Corrosion ,erosion of metals in various components

-          Alloy used in power plants construction metallographic specimen preparation for micro structure examination

-          Replica techniques and metal rest life estimation

-          Codes and Standards: ASME, API, ASTM, AWS

-          Quality assurance requirements: QMS, OSHA, health, safety and environment

-          Rules, laws and legislations

 

-          Technique: Direct and Remote

-          Examination: General (Closed Book) , Specific (Open Book) and Practical

-          A candidate shall achieve a grade of at least 70% in each exam (General, Specific and Practical) and an average grade of at least 80% in overall to be eligible for certification.

Certification Scheme : ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001

 

 

7) Ultrasonic Testing Inspector (Level I and Level II)

As per the requirements of ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001 "Recommended Practice for Personnel Training and Certification in Non-destructive Testing"

 

 

-          Prerequisites : Engineering diploma or technical institute graduate, vision accuracy test, appropriate experience in NDT or inspection.

-          Duration: 12 days (80 clockhours)

-          No. of trainees (4 Four)

-          Course Content:

 

Level I

Level II

Basic Ultrasonic

-          Introduction

-          Basic principles of acoustics

-          Equipment

-          Basic testing methods.

Ultrasonic Evaluation

-          Review of ultrasonic technique course

-          Evaluation of base metal product forms

-          Evaluation of weldments,

-          Evaluation of bonded structure,

-          Discontinuity detection

-          Rejection / Acceptance Criteria

Ultrasonic Techniques

-          Testing methods

-          Calibration (electronic and functional)

-          Straight beam examination to specific procedures

-          Angle beam examination to specific procedures

-          Codes, Standards and Procedures in Ultrasonic Testing

-          Writing Ultrasonic Instruction

-          Inspection reporting and documentation

-          Quality assurance requirements: QMS, OSHA,

-          health, safety and environment

 

-          Technique: Thickness Measurements and Flaw Detection

-          Examination: General (Closed Book) , Specific (Open Book) and Practical

-          A candidate shall achieve a grade of at least 70% in each exam (General, Specific and Practical) and an average grade of at least 80% in overall to be eligible for certification.

-          Certification Scheme : ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001

 

 

8) Radiographic Testing Inspector (Level I and Level II)

As per the requirements of ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001 "Recommended Practice for Personnel Training and Certification in Non-destructive Testing" 

 

-          Prerequisites: Engineering diploma or technical institute graduate, vision accuracy test, appropriate experience in NDT or inspection.

-          Duration: 12 days (80 clockhours)

-          No. of trainees (6 Six)

-          Course Content:

 

Level I

Level II

Radiographic Equipment Operating Instruction

-          Personnel monitoring, survey instruments, leak testing of sealed radioactive source, radiation survey reports, radiographic work practices, exposure devices, emergency procedures, storage and shipments of exposed devices and sources

 

Film Quality and Manufacturing Processes

-          Review of Level I, darkroom facilities techniques and processing, indication, discontinuities and defects, manufacturing processes and assorted discontinuities, radiological safety principles review.

Basic Radiographic Physics

-          Fundamental properties of metal, radioactive materials, types of radiation & interaction of radiation with matter, effects of radiation and detection, exposure devices, sources and techniques

 

Radiographic Interpretation and Evaluation

-          Radiographic viewing, Application Techniques, Evaluation of casting, evaluation of weldments, standards , codes and procedures in radiography

 

Radiographic Technique

-          Basic Principles of radiography, radiographs , image quality, film handling, loading and processing, exposure techniques, radiography.

 

-          Writing Radiographic Instruction

-          Inspection reporting and documentation

-          Quality assurance requirements: QMS, OHSA, health, safety and environment

-          Rules, laws and legislations

 

-          Technique: Gamma and X-ray with Film Interpretation

-          Examination: General (Closed Book) , Specific (Open Book) and Practical

-          A candidate shall achieve a grade of at least 70% in each exam (General, Specific and Practical) and an average grade of at least 80% in overall to be eligible for certification.

Certification Scheme : ASNT-SNT-TC-1A-2001

 

 

 

 

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