Overview of DNV RP A Technology Qualification process. 2. Overview of API RP 17N. 3. Comparison between DNV RP A and API RP 17N. 4. Download DNV GL recommended practice DNV-RP-A Technology The objective of this recommended practice (RP) is to provide the industry with a. DNVGL-RP-A Technology Qualification. Status: Active, Most Current; Document Language: English; Published By: DNV GL (DNVGL); Page Count:
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When new w203 is deployed, whether with novel equipment or standard equipment in novel applications, it is critical to build confidence in ts safety and reliability before implementation. Given that current industry standards and codes might not address all potential modes of failure for new technologies, a systematic technology qualification process can be used to identify and mitigate any potential threats.
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Compliance with the required functionality and reliability requirements can be demonstrated through qualification methods such as testing and analyses, and the uncertainty or risks associated with the technology, system and interfaces can be eliminated or minimized.
Several recognized technology qualification methodologiesare currently available to the industry that completely or partially address qualification of new technology: In summary, this paper reviews and examines the similarities and differences that are presented in the two widely accepted TQ methodologies. Further, this paper provides insights on how to employ these methodologies to meet specific end user needs.
In addition, a case study is included to demonstrate the comparisons between the methodologies. ISOPetroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries – Production assurance and reliability management Revision Department of Energy, Log in to your subscription Username.
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