NIMA Process Templates

NIMA provides the flexibility the industry urgently requires by offering unlimited possibilities in terms of adaption to individual needs. NIMA’s Process Builder allows for the autonomous definition and modification of integrity management processes and integrated algorithms.

You have the choice to either run pre-defined integrity assessments or create processes on your own. To get you started, NIMA IM comes with a certified standard set of templates for most common integrity management processes. These processes are developed by ROSEN’s in-house integrity assessment engineers and have proven their practicability in hundreds of integrity assessments per year.

Metal Loss
Immediate Integrity
By Angus Patterson

Assess the acceptability and safe remaining ligament of metal-loss features in accordance with industry best practice and standards (ASME B31G, DNV RP-F101, Shannon, Kastner, NG-18).

Metal Loss
Corrosion Growth (ILI Run Comparison)
By Michael Smith

Quantify corrosion growth by comparing two in-line inspection (ILI) metal loss feature lists. Segment the pipeline and assign characteristic corrosion growth rates per segment.

Metal Loss
Future Integrity
By Erika Santana

Identify and map corrosion features that may grow to an unacceptable size within selected time periods for re-inspection and/or rehabilitation planning. Requires corrosion growth rates as an input.

Metal Loss
PHMSA Actions
By Erika Santana

Assign the actions specified by PHMSA in 49 CFR Part 192.933 and 195.452 to corrosion and dent features.

Metal Loss
Repair Planning
By Will Sharman

Generate dig plans based on defect criticality, interaction, and cost judgements using dig rules specified by the user and visualization of rehabilitation scenarios. Dig rules allow defect grouping and optimization of rehabilitation programs, as well as managing repair criticality with pressure reduction.

Qualitative Risk Assessment
By Katy Taylor

Define relative risk or risk ranking using expert judgement regarding relative likelihood and consequence of pipeline failure. Results are illustrated in a risk matrix.

Above-Ground External Corrosion Management Survey
By Daniel Cassarino

Review the results of above ground surveys such as CIPS and DCVG against defined acceptance criterion. Align and visualize the results of multiple surveys.

Tank Shell RBI API 581
By Veronica Andrea Dominguez

Risk-based inspection assessment of Atmospheric Storage Tanks in accordance with API 581 – 2016. Estimation of corrosion rates, calculation of probability of failure and Level 1 Consequence analysis considering representative fluids. Estimation of the inspection interval and next inspection date for a target maximum PoF or Risk.

Stress Corrosion Cracking Susceptibility
By Osorio Goncalvez

Assessment of pipeline individual and network stress corrosion cracking susceptibility in accordance with NACE SP0204-08/ ASME 31.8S/CEPA Stress Corrosion Cracking Recommended Practices.

Material Properties
Material Property Verification Reporting
By Ollie Burkinshaw

Report the strength and grade of each pipe and bend, visualize the populations identified, their attributes and assigned pipe grades. Compare assigned grades with expected values and overlay on geographic data sets (for example maps and satellite images).

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