Several hundred wireless wall-thickness monitoring sensors were installed in crude and vacuum distillation units. This enables capability to determine the corrosion risk associated with different crudes long before any undesirable consequences of corrosion events occur.
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The corrosion behavior of mild steel in a gas reforming CO2-H2O-CHOOH environment at high temperature and pressure (210°C; 3500KPa) was studied using polarization and mass loss tests as well as online corrosion monitoring techniques
This paper provides an overview of the risk assessment methodology and how it is applied to assess and monitor the risks in conjunction with a rigorous corrosion monitoring program comprising of multiple ultrasonic sensor placements. Various case studies are presented.