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Certified QC Engineer Course (Mechanical)

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Certified QC Engineer Course

Quality control is required for every industrial sector, and the oil and gas operational process is really complicated. Each and every operation in the offshore sector must be conducted in a secure manner otherwise it could damage a lot of instruments and also it could be dangerous to the operating professionals. QA engineers are required in several departments in the oil and gas sector such as production, development, and exploration section. The mechanical QC engineer must make sure that all the construction and installation are carried out properly based on the standard procedures and codes.

In the oil and gas sector all the materials, equipment, structures, and components must be inspected properly. QC engineers must be able to do the inspection during the designing and engineering stages. QC engineers should make proper audits before and during the manufacturing and construction phases. QC engineers should do the factory acceptance tests, welding inspection, material tests, etc.

Best Certified QC Engineer Course Mechanical and Electrical. Learn new method to check Quality and control. Get 100% placement assistance.

Why should you choose ESDC to do the Certified Mechanical QC Engineering course?

ESDC is the training division of the ESDC and ESDC has been in the marine sector for more than 20 years. ESDC provides instrumentation, electrical, mechanical, and electronic services in the offshore sector. Due to this ESDC has several experts in the oil and gas sector and you will be trained by industrial experts and also you can be part of several projects. All these will provide you with better skills to be a competent professional in the oil and gas industry.

Course Syllabus

  • NDT Definition
  • NDT Application
  • Different NDT Methods
  • Roles of NDT Level I, II and III Inspectors
  • Codes and Standards
  • Acceptance, Rejectance Criteria
  • Defectology
  • NDT Method Selections
  • NDT Definition
  • NDT Application
  • Different NDT Methods
  • Roles of NDT Level I, II and III Inspectors
  • Codes and Standards
  • Acceptance, Rejectance Criteria
  • Defectology
  • NDT Method Selections
  • Introduction
  • Basic Principles
  • Steps of PT
  • Classifications
  • Types of Penetrants
  • Types of Cleaning
  • Developer Types
  • Post Cleaning Methods
  • Dwell time of Penetrants and Developers
  • Fluorescent Methods
  • Blacklight and White light devices
  • Indication Development, Interpretation and Evaluation
  • Safety
  • Sensitivity rank of Developers and Penetrants
  • Brief of ASME Section V Article 6
  • Practicals(Visible and Fluorescent Methods) and Report Samples
  • Introduction
  • Method Selection
  • Basics of Magnetism
  • Types of Magnetic Fields
  • Types of Magnetizations
  • Dry and Wet Methods
  • Wet, Visible and Fluorescent Methods
  • Magnetic Particles Concentration and Conditions
  • Field Indicators, Pi Gauge, Slotted Strips
  • Light Measurements
  • Demagnetization
  • Hysteresis Loop
  • Introduction to ASME Section V
  • Practical
  • Interpretation, Evaluation and Sample Reports
  • Introduction
  • Basics of Sound
  • Basic Principle of UT
  • Working Principle
  • Working Principle
  • Design and Construction of Probes
  • Types of Transducers
  • Calibration Methods (V1 block, V2 block and DAC blocks)
  • Inspection Methods and Calibration
  • Data Presentation
  • Basics of RT
  • Review of RT variables
  • Difference between X-Ray and Gamma Ray Devices
  • Intensity, Penetration and Material Thickness
  • Source Selection for Gamma Ray Technique
  • Radiographic Techniques, SFD, Exposure Time
  • Exposure Time Calculations, Film Factor, RHM
  • RT Film Types, Variables, Handling, Screens, Speed, Density, Exposure and Equivalent Film Classes
  • Penetrameter – Types, Selection and Placement
  • Film Viewing – Illuminator, Film ID, Location Marker, Densitometer
  • RT Image Quality – Sensitivity, Contrast, Definition, Unsharpness, Backscattering
  • Film Processing
  • Course, Procedures and Written Practices
  • RT Safety Aspects, Measuring Devices, Exposure Limits and Protection
  • Practical
  • Review of Radiographs below RT Report format
  • Introduction
  • Electro Magnetic Induction
  • Generation of Eddy Current
  • Inspection Data
  • Crack Detection
  • Non-Conductive Coating Measurement
  • Monitoring Conductivity and Permeability Variations
  • Equipment & Instruments
  • Probe Types
  • ASME Section V
  • Thermal Infrared Testing
  • Introduction
  • History of Thermal Testing
  • Principle
  • Thermal Testing Equipment Detectors
  • Thermal Testing Equipment Imaging Technology
  • Image Interpretation
  • Technique and Industrial Application of Thermal Imaging
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FAQs on QC Instrumentation Courses

What are the major job opportunities for the Oil and gas mechanical QC engineer?
  •  QC engineers in oil rig
  • Welding inspector
  • Quality assurance manager
  • NDT inspector
  • Plant inspector
Is the quality control engineer in oil and gas a good career choice?

Oil and gas is a sector that plays a good role in the global economy and there are several changes in the offshore sector. So choosing a career in oil and gas will secure your future.

How to get placed in the oil and gas sector?

In order to get placed in the oil and gas sector one should be an experienced professional or candidate should have certification. You can join ESDC to become a certified professional in the oil and gas sector.

Does instrumentation have a future?

Yes, instrumentation has a good future you can see a lot of instrumentation opportunities nationally and internationally. Most industries are being automated and instrumentation plays a great role in automation. So you can secure your future while choosing a career in SMEClabs.