This paper discusses options available to rehabilitate, extend the service life and strengthen damaged columns and piles in marine environments.
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This paper shows, through research, that systems enhanced with VCI inhibitors can greatly improve the corrosion resistance of both solvent and waterborne coatings.
A commercial cellulose-based polymer (carboxymethyl cellulose sodium) was tested to see whether it could be utilized by an oilfield biofilm consortium including sulfate reducing bacteria.
Quality assurance and procurement & construction challenges associated with DSS materials and operational best practices to ensure integrity and meet intended design life cycle of DSS components.
A computational approach to assess the sensitization propensities of titanium and niobium stabilized stainless steels was investigated.
Development of a high efficiency acid for scale removal that is compatible with 3% and 13% Cr alloys at elevated temperatures, with low general corrosion rates and no pitting.
Novel compounds proven to reduce H2S production are compared to chemistries currently employed to prevent sulfidogenesis.
This study demonstrates that the mechanisms of microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) by Desulfovibrio vulgaris, a sulfate reducing bacterium (SRB), against X65 carbon steel and pure copper belong to two different types of MIC.
This paper will be dedicated to the corrosion resistance of roll-bonded UNS N06625 and N08825 clad materials.
A case study is presented for the Life Cycle Costing (LCC) analysis to quantify and compare different corrosion mitigation methods. Strategies to minimize the costs due to corrosion are included.
This paper discusses how precipitation of scales and corrosion products on the pipe surface along with other influencing factors contributed to the initiation of pits and finally failure of a wet gas pipeline in a sweet gas field, south of Iran.
A case history of a large diameter pipeline with fusion bonded epoxy coating that experienced AC corrosion within six (6) years while a similar 67-year-old pipeline with coal tar enamel coating experienced none.