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This work studies phase wetting regimes in three-phase oil-water-gas horizontal flow in a 0.1 m diameter carbon steel pipe in a flow loop, for flow conditions where liquid-gas slug flow pattern is predominant.
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The model was evaluated and effects of various parameters on corrosion rates are described. Corrosion rates obtained from the model are compared with actual field and lab testing data as a basis to quantify accuracy and efficacy.
This standard is now undergoing a critical review to determine how it should change to meet the future needs of the Oil & Gas Industry better. Where are we headed with NACE MR0175/ISO 15156? The results of our collective initial efforts are presented.
The study presents the internal corrosion direct assessment (ICDA) of a 48” x 18.7 km liquid petroleum pipeline carrying crude oil from a subsea pipeline end manifold (PLEM) to the onshore crude oil tank facilities.
A novel optical fiber sensor is being developed to monitor the internal corrosion processes in natural gas transmission pipelines.
This work presents a combined modeling and experimental methodology to determine the onset of droplet entrainment from the bottom and deposition at the top of the line.
Results of both laboratory testing and field evaluation will display the performance weaknesses of glass reinforced epoxy (GRE) gaskets. A newly developed technological solution for pipelines requiring isolation will be presented.
Review of relevant solids deposition models available in literature, including the model proposed in NACE SP0208-20081 and presents results from Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations for heavy and light oil in straight and bent pipelines.
An oil transmission pipeline in the Eagle Ford area was being treated with 150ppm of active biocide based on a five percent water hold up but good control of the microbial population was not being maintained.
This work applied the Wet Gas-Internal Corrosion Direct Assessment (WG-ICDA) standard to assess the severity of internal corrosion of 2 segments along a pipeline used to transport wet gas from a gas mine.
This paper describes a research program that was conducted to provide estimates of internal pipeline corrosion rates in inaccessible (offshore) locations from analyses of gas and water samples taken in accessible (onshore) locations.
For integrity engineers/managers, students, etc. Asset corrosion management discipline & its applications. Process. Products. Shortcomings. Cost savings. Real-case scenarios of oil and gas assets. 2016 NACE