Search
Filters
Close

Save up to 75% off Clearance Books.  No promo code needed.  Shop Now

07021 MODIFIED CATHODIC DISBONDMENT TESTING OF EXTERNAL POLYMERIC PIPELINE COATINGS

The research described in this paper was carried out with the objective of establishing any correlation between coating performance and the results of cathodic disbondment testing. Experiments were carried out using 13 coatings. Nine samples of each coating were studied in a total of 117 experiments.

Product Number: 51300-07021-SG
ISBN: 07021 2007 CP
Author: Sankara Papavinasam, Michael Attard, and R.Winston Revie
Publication Date: 2007
$0.00
$20.00
$20.00

The research described in this paper was carried out with the objective of establishing any correlation between coating performance and the results of cathodic disbondment testing. Experiments were carried out using 13 coatings. Nine samples of each coating were studied in a total of 117 experiments. Fifty-eight (58) samples were placed in an environmental chamber at a constant temperature of 65°C, and 59 samples were placed in a different environmental chamber at a temperature that varied between 5 and 65°C. The initial temperature of this environmental chamber was 5°C and, after 30 days, the temperature was raised to 15°C. The temperature in the fluctuating chamber was increased by 10°C after every 30 days. Data were obtained from cathodic current, solution pH, and potential during the experiments and cathodic disbondment after the experiments. Based on the experiments carried out over a period of 14 months using 13 different pipeline coatings, in this investigation it was found that characteristic current spikes occurred whenever blisters are formed on the coatings.

Keyword: coatings, cathodic disbondment, cathodic current, solution pH

The research described in this paper was carried out with the objective of establishing any correlation between coating performance and the results of cathodic disbondment testing. Experiments were carried out using 13 coatings. Nine samples of each coating were studied in a total of 117 experiments. Fifty-eight (58) samples were placed in an environmental chamber at a constant temperature of 65°C, and 59 samples were placed in a different environmental chamber at a temperature that varied between 5 and 65°C. The initial temperature of this environmental chamber was 5°C and, after 30 days, the temperature was raised to 15°C. The temperature in the fluctuating chamber was increased by 10°C after every 30 days. Data were obtained from cathodic current, solution pH, and potential during the experiments and cathodic disbondment after the experiments. Based on the experiments carried out over a period of 14 months using 13 different pipeline coatings, in this investigation it was found that characteristic current spikes occurred whenever blisters are formed on the coatings.

Keyword: coatings, cathodic disbondment, cathodic current, solution pH

Also Purchased
Picture for 05029 Practical Analysis of Cathodic
Available for download

05029 Practical Analysis of Cathodic Disbondment Test Methods

Product Number: 51300-05029-SG
ISBN: 05029 2005 CP
Author: Katherine Cameron, Jiri Holub, and Dennis T. Wong, ShawCor Ltd.
Publication Date: 2005
$20.00