To encourage bridge owners to implement a well-planned effort to control corrosion rather than perform necessary repairs after a structure has suffered critical damage and cannot be ignored any longer. 2011r
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Corrosion prediction models. Parameters (CO2, H2S concentrations, microbes, inhibitors, hydrocarbons, type of steel, oxygen, effects of flow and erosion). Task Group 076
Corrosion inhibition programs used on drilling rigs in different areas. Field tests evaluations of corrosion control of drill pipe, casing, and steel components in contact with various drilling fluids.
Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) for engineers, designers and consultants involved in the design, maintenance, and rehabilitation of underground petroleum (including gas, crude oil, and refinery products) pipelines.
Evaluating corrosion inhibitors used in the oil and gas industry. Describes types of inhibitors and how properties are evaluated. Provides 17 inhibitor properties that are evaluated prior to field application.
Electrochemical realkalization (ER) for conventionally reinforced concrete structures. Common industry practices for application of ER. Part II of 2. Part I (Item 24214) is on electrochemical chloride extraction.
Published reports of laboratory tests and plant experience pertaining to the cracking of steels in wet H2S service. Environmental, fabrication, and metallurgical parameters involved in the cracking process.
Basic thick-film polyurethane coatings technology. Starting point for the engineer, owner, contractor, or end user for understanding the components of thick-film polyurethanes and how they are described.
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.
Commonly used Engineering symbols and graphic representations related to cathodic protection (CP) in corrosion control.
Assessing corrosion in the field. New: long-range ultrasonic testing (UT), fiber optic strain gauges; high-resolution electrical resistance (ER), a new method of hydrogen probe monitoring, and extended-analysis coupons.