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02412 POLYASPARTATES • INFLUENCE OF SYNTHETIC ROUTES ON SCALE INHIBITION AND BIODEGRADABILITY

Product Number: 51300-02412-SG
ISBN: 02412 2002 CP
Author: C. Estievenart, N. Kohler, F. Ropital, and C. Fiaud
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04585 Novel Methods for the Assessment of Biodeterioration of Stone Monuments

Product Number: 51300-04585-SG
ISBN: 04585 2004 CP
Author: Hector A. Videla, University of La Plata; Liz Karen Herrera, University of Antioquia; Daniel G. Poir
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06244 STRESS CORROSION CRACKING SUSCEPTIBILITY OF DUPLEX STAINLESS STEELS AND THEIR WELDS IN SIMULATED COOKING ENVIRONMENTS

Product Number: 51300-06244-SG
ISBN: 06244 2006 CP
Author: Heikki Leinonen, Pekka Pohjanne
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06679 REAL-TIME MONITORING OF CREVICE CORROSION PROPAGATION RATES IN SIMULATED SEAWATER USING COUPLED MULTIELECTRODE ARRAY SENSORS

Product Number: 51300-06679-SG
ISBN: 06679 2006 CP
Author: Xiaodong Sun, Lietai Yang
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Picture for 07577 Long-Term Electrochemical Behavior of Creviced and Non-Creviced Alloy 22 in CaCl2 + Ca(NO3)2 B
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07577 Long-Term Electrochemical Behavior of Creviced and Non-Creviced Alloy 22 in CaCl2 + Ca(NO3)2 Brines

Product Number: 51300-07577-SG
ISBN: 07577 2007 CP
Author: Raul B. Rebak, Martin A. Rodriguez, and Marshall L. Stuart
Publication Date: 2007
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07RTS9 Novel Techniques to Mitigate Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking in Supercritical Water

Product Number: 51300-07RTS9-SG
ISBN: 07RTS9 2007 CP
Author: Todd R. Allen and Gary S. Was
Publication Date: 2007
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51315-5799-Effect of Copper on Crevice Corrosion Inhibition of Ni-Cr-Mo Alloy in Aggressive Conditions

Product Number: 51315-5799-SG
ISBN: 5799 2015 CP
Author: Ajit Mishra
Publication Date: 2015
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97131 MATERIALS EVALUATIONS WITH THE PULSED BLACK LIQUOR BURNER TEST FACILITY

Product Number: 51300-97131-SG
ISBN: 97131 1997 CP
Author: Arthur Stein
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Crevice and Pitting Corrosion of Stainless-Steel and Nickel based alloys in Deep Sea Water

Product Number: 51319-13123-SG
Author: Erwan Diler
Publication Date: 2019
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The exploration and exploitation of deep seawater presents promising prospects for many industries. Hence the use of reliable materials resistant to corrosion is required.In natural seawater many parameters can influence the kinetics of corrosion such as: temperature oxygen content biofilm and fouling activity flow rates and hydrostatic pressure.For passive material such as Cr Ni Mo stainless steels and nickel-based alloys the specificity of the above parameters in deep sea environment might have an impact on both initiation and propagation phases of localized corrosion e.g. pitting and crevice corrosion. Currently there are still many uncertainties on the corrosion behavior of these materials in deep seawater; Actually the results obtained in laboratory cannot be extrapolated to deep seawater since the levels measured in deep sea of some of these influential parameters weren’t reproduced accurately in these experimental studies. In parallel field data on the corrosion behavior in deep seawater is rather scarce especially for recent materials such as Lean Duplex Stainless Steel. For example phenomena that are induced by biofilm formation and can increase the localized corrosion risk such as the so-called potential ennoblement i.e. an increase in the open circuit potential (OCP) by about + 0.350 V and the increase of the cathodic current are not yet well documented.In this study 13-Cr Stainless Steel Austenitic Lean Duplex Duplex Super Duplex Super Austenitic Hyper Duplex Stainless Steels and Nickel based alloys were exposed during 11 months at 1020 and 2020 m water depth in the Atlantic Ocean. For comparison non-resistant materials such as carbon steel and 13-Cr were also exposed. The susceptibility to pitting and to crevice corrosion were assessed. PVDF crevice gaskets at two different pressures namely 3 and 20 N/mm² were used to assess the crevice corrosion. Potential monitoring was performed in-situ in order to characterize the formation of the biofilm at the material surface. At each exposure depth the environment was characterized using environmental sensors e.g. temperature flow velocity dissolved oxygen salinity and biofilm sensors.The obtained results allow i) ranking the passive material in terms of corrosion resistance to pitting and crevice in deep water at 4°C ii) comparing biofilm activity and kinetics of corrosion at 1020 and 2020 m depth.