NACE external corrosion direct assessment (ECDA) process — assessing and reducing the impact of external corrosion on pipeline integrity.
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The Bresle patch method is defined by ISO 8502-9. This standard establishes the equivalence of other methods for measuring the level of contamination of salts to results of that same Bresle patch method.
Metallic material requirements for sucker-rod pumps in oilfield environments. Recommended materials for mild, moderate, and severe metal-loss corrosion. Properties of pump barrel and plunger materials.
This joint NACE/ASTM standard defines commonly used terms in the field of corrosion. Words and acronyms.
The corrosion of reinforcing and prestressing steel in concrete structures caused by stray currents. The history of stray-current corrosion, sources, mechanisms, effects on structures, detection and mitigation.
The problem of corrosion in wastewater structures. Renewal technologies for rehabilitation, repair, and replacement of existing systems, structures, and components.