This state-of-the-art report describes types of insulation and coating systems used on tank cars to provide corrosion control. Temperature limitations are provided for each system.
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Overcoating practice among coating appliers and maintainers of large railcar fleets. Testing, evaluation, limitations & applications. Confirming short and long-term success.
How dehumidification and temperature control achieve higher-quality coating/lining projects. For engineers and consultants who specify coating projects involving tanks or enclosed spaces.
Nonvisible surface contamination (NVSC). Impact & removal. NVSC is any substance affecting coating performance that does not leave a visible trace on a bare or previously coated carbon steel surface.
Information on equipment or in situ processes that are used to treat water - without the addition of chemicals - to produce a measurable useful effect. An example would be a change in the dissolved or suspended matter content of the water.
Regulatory qualification of railcar linings in corrosive service. 1) Primary lining inspection intervals used by participating large rail fleets. 2) Factors that the tank car shipping industry and customers use to develop those lining inspection intervals.
High-voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission systems and their effect on underground/underwater or surface metallic structures.
Information and test methods available to evaluate the effectiveness of cathodic protection (CP) systems used to protect the steel reinforcement of conventionally reinforced atmospherically exposed concrete structures.
Test method used to evaluate film-persistent corrosion inhibitors for oilfield applications. Not uniformly accepted through the oil industry, but is outlined here to explain one common type of wheel test.
The galvanic probe used in corrosion detection & monitoring in the petroleum production industry. Background and theory of galvanic probes, probe configurations, placement and maintenance.
Electrical isolation/continuity issues and coating issues to consider when designing and operating offshore pipeline cathodic protection (CP) systems. For owners, engineers, contractors, and operators.
Electroless nickel is a term used to describe plating of a nickel-alloy coating onto a suitable substrte by chemical reduction. The process is sometimes also called autocatalytic nickel or chemical nickel, especially in Europe. HISTORICAL DOCUMENT