Methods used in the oil and gas industry to test and mitigate under deposit corrosion (UDC) in pipeline environments.
This technical committee report presents an overview of the various methods used in the oil and gas industry to test and mitigate under deposit corrosion (UDC) occurring in corrosive pipeline environments when solids are present and carbon steel is used. The testing techniques are different in nature and in design and therefore assess and evaluate UDC in different ways. The objective is to provide industry users with some tools and means from which to choose when confronted with such an issue.
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