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September 1, 2013

Improve Rotary Equipment Reliability with Checklists

Design selection and commissioning of rotary equipment can benefit by following a structured, checklist-based method and by promoting end-user involvement

Sourav Kumar Chatterjee, Hindustan Petroleum Corp.

A critical factor in the longterm reliability of rotary equipment is a high-quality design and commissioning process, so that initially, the equipment has the maximum built-in strength to survive upset conditions, yet not be overdesigned in a way that leads to higher overall lifecycle costs. To sucessfully design and commission plant assets, two critical objectives come into play:...

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