The objective of this study is to develop predictive wear model for dense slurry flow to narrow the gap left by extrapolation from models meant for more dilute sand conditions.
We are unable to complete this action. Please try again at a later time.
If this error continues to occur, please contact NACE First Service for assistance.
Use this error code for reference:
Please login to use NACE Standards Credits*
* NACE Members receive NACE Standards Credits in order to redeem eligible NACE Standards and Reports in the Store
You are not a NACE Member.
NACE Members enjoy many benefits, including NACE Standards Credits which can be used to redeem eligible NACE Standards and Reports in the Store.
You can visit the NACE Membership Page to learn about the benifits of NACE membership.
You have previously purchased this item.
Go to Downloadable Products in your NACE Store profile to find this item.
You do not have sufficient NACE Standards Credits to claim this item.
Click on 'ADD TO CART' to purchase this item.
Your NACE Standards Credit(s)
Please review your transaction.
Click on 'REDEEM' to use your NACE Standards Credits to claim this item.
You have successfully redeemed:
Go to Downloadable Products in your NACE Store Profile to find and download this item.
An intensive testing program to study the effect of the heat treatment of the alloy USN N07718 was launched. Corrosion and environmental cracking were also tested.
Ta coatings were cold sprayed onto carbon steel and exposed to two different solutions: (i) synthetic seawater and (ii) aqueous 15% HCl to test the suitability to mitigate the corrosion of the substrate.
Design issues with well casing Cathodic Protection - CP. Need for and benefits of CP discussed. Case history dealing with design issues and what solutions were available and utilized.
CP Interference and CP Influence and how the two differ. Both will be demonstrated by case histories and some solutions will be presented.
Methods for dealing with sources of errors affecting the accuracy of the Direct Current Voltage Gradient (DCVG) coating defect identification and sizing tool.
New in-situ HIC measurement method to make the connection between HIC propagation behavior and microstructure. Based on an automatic ultrasonic wave inspection system and a scanning electron microscopy (SEM) observation.
SSC testing was performed using transverse full-size four-point bend specimens with a thickness up to 35 mm at loads up to 90 % of the actual yield strength. Finite element simulations analyzed the stress distribution under high load.
Acrylic based thermal insulative coating (TIC) was compared to one-component and two-component epoxy TICs. Adhesion, hardness, tensile strength, water absorption, water fog resistance, and other tests were performed.
This report describes the development of, a new lab test method, gives details of set-up and compares test data to thermal modeling and to an ASTM test that measures thermal conductivity.
An update to “Expected Service Life and Cost Considerations for Maintenance and New Construction Protective Coating Work” 2016. Identifying candidate protective coating systems for specific environments.
A new sensor has been developed that can discriminate between abiotic and biotic based deposits by utilizing heat transfer reduction sensory with ultrasonic detection of materials on the same surface.