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A Guide to Industrial Corrosion Management Implementation (E-Book)

Various integrity-management projects associated with the oil and gas industry have demonstrated that corrosion engineering by itself cannot effectively mitigate post-commissioning corrosion. Many corrosion-related failures, leaks, and near misses are not caused by obsolete, inadequate, or erroneous corrosion engineering designs or applications, but are promoted by other shortcomings. Inadequate consideration of other factors or parameters—owing to negligence, ignorance, complacency, incompetence, or a combination of these—can adversely influence the overall integrity management of an asset.

This book is based on the author’s experience in the oil and gas industry. However, the discussions, guidelines, and principles presented can be used or applied with minimal changes or modifications, if necessary, to all other industries.

2018 NACE E-Book.

Product Number: 37637-E
ISBN: 978-1-57590-371-2
Author: Ali Morshed
Publication Date: 2018
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Various integrity-management projects associated with the oil and gas industry have demonstrated that corrosion engineering by itself cannot effectively mitigate post-commissioning corrosion. Many corrosion-related failures, leaks, and near misses are not caused by obsolete, inadequate, or erroneous corrosion engineering designs or applications, but are promoted by other shortcomings. Inadequate consideration of other factors or parameters—owing to negligence, ignorance, complacency, incompetence, or a combination of these—can adversely influence the overall integrity management of an asset.

This book is based on the author’s experience in the oil and gas industry. However, the discussions, guidelines, and principles presented can be used or applied with minimal changes or modifications, if necessary, to all other industries, including:

• Water and wastewater management

• Petrochemical processing

• Petroleum refining

• Nuclear power

• Construction

• Military

Sometimes personally, and sometimes in collaboration with fellow corrosion engineers, the author, Ali Morshed, successfully used, applied, or implemented the corrosion-management principles described in this book to enhance existing AIMS (asset integrity management system) in various industries, to optimize corrosion costs and to improve other aspects of integrity management, such as avoiding failures and enhancing personnel competency or training.

2018 NACE E-Book.

Various integrity-management projects associated with the oil and gas industry have demonstrated that corrosion engineering by itself cannot effectively mitigate post-commissioning corrosion. Many corrosion-related failures, leaks, and near misses are not caused by obsolete, inadequate, or erroneous corrosion engineering designs or applications, but are promoted by other shortcomings. Inadequate consideration of other factors or parameters—owing to negligence, ignorance, complacency, incompetence, or a combination of these—can adversely influence the overall integrity management of an asset.

This book is based on the author’s experience in the oil and gas industry. However, the discussions, guidelines, and principles presented can be used or applied with minimal changes or modifications, if necessary, to all other industries, including:

• Water and wastewater management

• Petrochemical processing

• Petroleum refining

• Nuclear power

• Construction

• Military

Sometimes personally, and sometimes in collaboration with fellow corrosion engineers, the author, Ali Morshed, successfully used, applied, or implemented the corrosion-management principles described in this book to enhance existing AIMS (asset integrity management system) in various industries, to optimize corrosion costs and to improve other aspects of integrity management, such as avoiding failures and enhancing personnel competency or training.

2018 NACE E-Book.