An advanced material of nickel-based alloy has been developed for Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG ) to be applied in sour conditions to injection of seawater into wells for enhanced oil and gas recovery.
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Two methods to prepare tungsten/tungsten oxide as reference electrode for performing electrochemical measurements in H2O-saturated super critical (SC) CO2 phase
Two super duplex stainless steels were investigated: a W-free (UNS S32750) and a 2.1 wt% W-containing (UNS S39274) grade. Goals: To study localized corrosion resistance of super duplex stainless steels and how W affects the same.
Mill-annealed coupons of UNS N10276, N06022 and N06035 alloys were heat-treated at different times and temperatures, then tested in ASTM G-28A solution followed by internal attack measurement through optical microscope.
This study reviews the localized corrosion performance of corrosion-resistant alloys and high-temperatures alloys containing varying amount of Cr, Mo and W, using both quantitative and surface characterization techniques.
In this study, the effect of Mo, Cu and W contents in stainless steels on both NAC and PTA SCC resistance are investigated. The purpose was to optimize a proprietary version of UNS S34751 (TP347LN) with excellent PTA SCC resistance.