The main objective of this research was to evaluate the performance of different commercial inhibitors with emphasis on the impact of high flow velocities under highly corrosive conditions.
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How different families of scale inhibitors impact corrosion inhibitors performance in the presence of each other. Fundamental properties of both chemistries and how their interaction can be understood at the molecular level.
This work includes research on the effect environment and corrosion protection systems (chromate coatings) on legacy aluminum alloy UNS A97075 with respect to environmentally assisted fatigue damage.
The goal of this research was to relate inhibitor alkyl tail length to changes in activation energy of the electrochemical process associated with CO2 corrosion of an API-5L-X65 steel at pH 4.0.
Corrosion control systems for the underside steel plates of above-ground storage tanks (ASTs) may not provide adequate protection. Volatile Corrosion Inhibitors (VCIs) reduce corrosion in this area and their effectiveness is presented in this paper.
Compatibilities of SS430 and SS304 alloys were evaluated with high and low peroxide formulations of peracetic acid solutions in the presence of chlorides (0.9% weight). Effect of biofilm on the alloys was evaluated before and after treatments.
Can carbon steel be adequately protected from corrosion by use of corrosion inhibitors due to the high CO2 concentration? A project to identify the best commercial corrosion inhibitor by conducting a series of performance evaluation tests.