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Materials selection and corrosion control methods for sour oil & gas (H2S present). Corrosion phenomena in various alloys. Laboratory test methods, stainless steels, nonferrous metals, casing and tubing, producing/drilling operations, etc. 1981 NACE
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In this work, a specially made sample holder that can be fitted inside regular autoclaves was used for simulating sour TLC in the presence of methanol. The experiments showed that for 10 bar H2S + 10 bar CO2, the TLC mass loss rate was 0.2-0.3 mm/y of general corrosion without localized attacks.