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51318-10942-Acquisition Visualization and Interpretation of Pipeline Corrosion Monitoring Data

An overview of some of recent progresses in monitoring corrosion using probes/sensors as a practical means of acquiring in-situ and site-specific data from ‘invisible’ underground structures such as oil & gas pipelines

Product Number: 51318-10942-SG
Author: Jigneshkumar J. Desai / Ashik S. Murthy / Cathleen Shargay
Publication Date: 2018
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Monitoring corrosion and materials degradation using probes/sensors is a practical means of acquiring in-situ and site-specific data from ‘invisible’ underground structures such as oil & gas pipelines for the early warning of structural failure and the prediction of asset life. A difficulty in corrosion monitoring is the design of suitable corrosion probes for acquiring localized corrosion and materials degradation data from complex buried pipeline conditions. This paper provides an overview of some of recent progresses in this area and a brief discussion on future prospects. Several cases are presented to illustrate our approaches to monitoring and visualizing localized corrosion of buried steel under the effect of dynamic anodic transients; coating disbondment under overprotection potential; and localized corrosion under a simulated pipeline coating.

Keywords: pipeline corrosion, corrosion monitoring, corrosion data, localized corrosion, coating degradation, corrosion probes.

Monitoring corrosion and materials degradation using probes/sensors is a practical means of acquiring in-situ and site-specific data from ‘invisible’ underground structures such as oil & gas pipelines for the early warning of structural failure and the prediction of asset life. A difficulty in corrosion monitoring is the design of suitable corrosion probes for acquiring localized corrosion and materials degradation data from complex buried pipeline conditions. This paper provides an overview of some of recent progresses in this area and a brief discussion on future prospects. Several cases are presented to illustrate our approaches to monitoring and visualizing localized corrosion of buried steel under the effect of dynamic anodic transients; coating disbondment under overprotection potential; and localized corrosion under a simulated pipeline coating.

Keywords: pipeline corrosion, corrosion monitoring, corrosion data, localized corrosion, coating degradation, corrosion probes.

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