As CORROSION journal celebrates 75 years of corrosion mitigation and control research in 2019, we offer a selection of articles by decade. These articles remain the most viewed research articles of their respective decade, highlighting important topics, experimental methods and discussions surrounding the pertinent research of the day, and they continue to provide intelligence, perspective and insights for today’s corrosion research.
Corrosion management (CM) is a rather new concept and expertise. Its origins go back to early 2000's. The CM concept emerged from the UK's offshore oil and gas industry; from where the author also started his professional career.
Due to this newness and a vast multitude of application benefits, there has been a constant growth in demands for the provision of CM awareness, training, expertise and consultancy year after year.
The author has so far compiled a total of four CM books and this one is the last in the series. It is also the most comprehensive among the four books, with a greater emphasis and focus on CM field implementation.
Therefore, if one intends to implement CM across their asset(s), then this book could provide them with the required advice, instructions and guidelines on proper CM field implementation for both hydrocarbon and non-hydrocarbon industries.
The book covers subjects from how to define the scope of work to report writing and communicating the latest integrity findings.
It is written in a simple and jargon-free language and intended for various disciplines including: corrosion and integrity engineers, inspection engineers, pipeline engineers, process engineers, maintenance engineers and asset integrity managers.
The goal of this compilation is to educate the reader through experiences and observations from real-world applications and to provide tools for the identification and remediation of pipeline corrosion issues before failure. Pipelines have been used to transport fuels since the 19th century. While there is no clear consensus of the total number of pipeline miles in use throughout the world, most agree that the U.S. has over 2.5 million mi of energy pipelines. This book provide tools for the identification and remediation of pipeline corrosion issues before failure.
2018 NACE e-book