TAWKE AGI Facilities EPC Project (PGP Phase 2) Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) Study
The Scope of Work for this study is given as:
RAM Study is conducted on below Process systems of the Facility:
- Inlet Separator
- Recycle Compression Package
- Gas-Gas Exchanger
- Gas Chiller
- Low Temperature Separator
- Chilled Water Package
- Chilled Water Circulation Pump
- Condensate Flash Vessel
- MEG Regeneration Package
- Glycol Storage Vessel
- Glycol makeup pump
- Corrosion Inhibitor Injection Package
The study is outlined below as:
- Carry out RAM Study and establish the availability
- Review input data and compile basis for the study
- Interface with GPS / DNO for the inputs and clarifications
- Prepare and issue Preliminary and final report with conclusions
The total main assets covered in the RAM study are 193 equipment that can affect the System Efficiency.
Velosi has created a RAM Model for Tawke gas Injection facility for assessment of principal reliability figures and breakdown of availability losses for the overall system. The model also takes into account schedule activities along with the unscheduled failures of the components. MAROS software has been used for RAM Analysis.
Velosi successfully carried out the Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) study for equipment within Phase 2 of Tawke Recycle gas Injection by adopting Monte Carlo RAM approach.
Software Applied for RAM Study:
Maros Software Latest Version.
Velosi submitted the following deliverables as part of the RAM Study:
- Methodology of RAM study
- RAM Study Basis for Tawke Recycle Gas Injection Facility
- RBD (Reliability Block Diagram) of the System
- RAM Model of the Facility
- Results of the Simulation
- Sensitivity Analysis
- Final Report with all the findings and conclusions