Design a refractory lining

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Assessment Template
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Evidence Guide
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Self Assessment Survey
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Moodle Outcomes
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Registered Training Organisations
Trying to find someone to train or assess you? This link lists all the RTOs that are currently registered to deliver PMC557091A, 'Design a refractory lining'.
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Elements and Performance Criteria



1. Confirm required end use

1.1. Liaise with relevant stakeholders

1.2. Confirm the end use conditions for the refractory

1.3. Identify discrepancies or conflicts in requirements

1.4. Negotiate a consistent set of requirements for the refractory installation

2. Undertake preliminary design

2.1. Compare the benefits of different types of refractory installations

2.2. Undertake required structural design calculations

2.3. Undertake the required heat transfer calculations

2.4. Undertake relevant thermal expansion calculations

2.5. Determine implications for refractory material selection

2.6. Liaise with refractory material selector

3. Compare possible design solutions

3.1. Compare the refractory systems with the set of requirements

3.2. Rank possible refractory system solutions

3.3. Identify health, safety and environment (HSE) risks of top ranked possible refractory system solutions

3.4. Estimate the cost of top ranked possible refractory system solutions

4. Design refractory system

4.1. Liaise with relevant stakeholders

4.2. Determine installation, repair or removal issues of relevance to the refractory systems

4.3. Review short list ranking

4.4. Recommend optimum refractory system for the end use

5. Develop design and technical specification for recommended refractory system

5.1. Determine suitable format for design and specification

5.2. Prepare design and specification

5.3. Review specification with refractory material selector and installer

5.4. Modify design and specification if required

5.5. Publish design and specification in required format to required people/organisations

Qualifications and Skillsets

PMC557091A appears in the following qualifications:

  • PMC70110 - Vocational Graduate Certificate in Refractories Engineering