This study used untreated pond water containing corrosive anions and MIC-causing bacteria as an accelerated testing environment to explore the feasibility of nitrogen as a deoxygenation gas to mitigate corrosion of sprinkler pipes.
Two drilling mud samples, taken at different HDD operations. Results demonstrated the presence of microorganism populations associated with microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) at one of the two test locations.
The performance of Hura crepitans mediated Ag (silver) nanoparticle material on the inhibition of microbes (including six bacteria and a fungus strain) inducing microbiologically-influenced-corrosion (MIC) of metals was investigated in this paper.
This manuscript provides case study data from subsea crude oil pipelines that addresses the questions of how to obtain the best quality samples from pig returns for microbiological testing, and what are the relative merits of different test methodologies.
Microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) - 38 articles and papers. MIC management process. Threat assessment. Mitigation. Prevention. Monitoring. Lists of MIC resources, standards, courses & books. 2015 NACE
Microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) - 38 articles and papers. MIC management process. Threat assessment. Mitigation. Prevention. Monitoring. Management. Lists of MIC resources, standards, courses & books. 2015 NACE E-Book
Fundamentals of biofilm formation, cellular constituents of biofilms, mechanisms for microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). Field or laboratory tests to determine the likelihood & extent of MIC. Experimental difficulties and methods to correct mistakes. 1997 NACE
Microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). Detection. Environments. Engineering, chemical & biological approaches. Electrochemical techniques. Biofilm formation. Causative organisms. Case histories. 2007 Wiley
Training manual & reference for corrosion problems caused by microorganisms. Sulfate-reducing, slime-forming, iron-oxidizing & acid-producing bacteria. Algae, yeasts, and molds.
Microbiology, metallurgy, and electrochemistry as they relate to microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). Effects on carbon steels, copper alloys, nickel-based alloys, stainless steel, etc. Case histories. References. 1994 Industrial Press
Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC) in steels & materials in oil/gas operations. Common biological mechanisms. Subsurface & oilfield. Molecular Microbiological Methods(MMM). MIC assessment, mitigation, monitoring. 2017 CRC
The problem of corrosion in wastewater structures. Renewal technologies for rehabilitation, repair, and replacement of existing systems, structures, and components.