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Recommended corrosion inhibitor (CI) testing methods and interpretation to assure proper execution of a test program. Associated guidance for CI test program definition testing and management to ensure and improve the integrity of carbon steels applications in our Industry.
This paper will discuss, examine, and conclude on the metallurgical differences and effectiveness between the centrifugal-cast silicon iron tubular anode and Die-cast silicon iron tubular anode based on the research and testing performed and reported by Independent Laboratory Testing.
In a previous investigation, AC corrosion rate data from weight loss experiments was compared with the results from a model for AC corrosion developed using a modified Butler-Volmer approach. In the present work, an extension of this is presented to investigate the influence of scale formation on AC corrosion rates.
A review of the issues in the implementations of Risk Based Inspection (RBI) system for refineries and petrochemicals - to simplify and harmonize corrosion loops (as captured on Process Flow Diagrams (PFDs)) and corrosion circuits as captured in piping and instrumentation diagrams (P&IDs).
Planned operation of natural gas liquefaction units offshore has raised new safety concerns. Technip has run a physical test program to investigate performances of insulation materials as well as developing a test method.