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ANSI/NACE/ISO MR0103-HD2010, Materials Resistant to Sulfide Stress Cracking in Corrosive Petroleum Refining Environments

This NACE Standard establishes material requirements for resistance to sulfide stress cracking (SSC) in sour refinery process environments, i.e., environments that contain wet hydrogen sulfide (H2S). It is intended to be used by refineries, equipment manufacturers, engineering contractors, and construction contractors.

Product Number: 21305-HD2010
ISBN: 1-57590-168-4
Publication Date: 2010
Industry: Petroleum Refining
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This NACE Standard establishes material requirements for resistance to sulfide stress cracking (SSC) in sour refinery process environments, i.e., environments that contain wet hydrogen sulfide (H2S). It is intended to be used by refineries, equipment manufacturers, engineering contractors, and construction contractors.

The term "wet H2S cracking" as used in the refining industry covers a range of damage mechanisms that can occur because of the effects of hydrogen charging in wet H2S refinery or gas plant process environments. One of the types of material damage that can occur as a result of hydrogen charging is SSC of hard weldments and microstructures, which is addressed by this standard.  Other types of material damage include hydrogen blistering, hydrogen-induced cracking (HIC), and stress-oriented hydrogen-induced cracking (SOHIC), which ae not addressed by this standard.

 

Key Words: aluminum alloys, austentic stainless steels, carbon steels, cast iron, ceramic coatings, cobalt alloys, copper alloys, ferritic stainless steels, free-machining steels, hydrogen sulfide, low-alloy steels, martensitic stainless steels, metals, nickel alloys, oilfield production equipment, precipitation-hardening steels, sour environments, stainless steels, sulfide stress cracking

This NACE Standard establishes material requirements for resistance to sulfide stress cracking (SSC) in sour refinery process environments, i.e., environments that contain wet hydrogen sulfide (H2S). It is intended to be used by refineries, equipment manufacturers, engineering contractors, and construction contractors.

The term "wet H2S cracking" as used in the refining industry covers a range of damage mechanisms that can occur because of the effects of hydrogen charging in wet H2S refinery or gas plant process environments. One of the types of material damage that can occur as a result of hydrogen charging is SSC of hard weldments and microstructures, which is addressed by this standard.  Other types of material damage include hydrogen blistering, hydrogen-induced cracking (HIC), and stress-oriented hydrogen-induced cracking (SOHIC), which ae not addressed by this standard.

 

Key Words: aluminum alloys, austentic stainless steels, carbon steels, cast iron, ceramic coatings, cobalt alloys, copper alloys, ferritic stainless steels, free-machining steels, hydrogen sulfide, low-alloy steels, martensitic stainless steels, metals, nickel alloys, oilfield production equipment, precipitation-hardening steels, sour environments, stainless steels, sulfide stress cracking