The process used to develop MR0103 is described, followed by a review of the requirements in the standard accompanied by highlights of the differences between MR0103 and the previous and current versions of MR0175.
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Refining industry cooling systems are prone to many different corrosion deterioration mechanisms one of which is microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). The study resulted in the development of a comprehensive control and monitoring plan to safeguard the integrity of the system.
Laboratory performance evaluations and field data of the non-triazine based high temperature stable H2S scavenger will be discussed. The new H2S scavenger acts as a corrosion inhibitor and is thermally stable up to 200°C. It does not promote scale as observed during dynamic scale loop evaluations.
Vacuum Distillation is a key aspect of the petroleum refining process. When fouled with heavy residuum, the efficiency declines. Here, the benefits and limitations of mechanical steam out and high-pressure water blasting versus vapour phase chemical cleaning of these units is discussed.
Chemical corrosion inhibitors. For refineries; oil and gas production; petrochemical plants; chemical industry; tank ships; potable water, cooling systems, desalination, acid systems; automobiles; boilers. MIC. Pulp & paper industry. 1973 NACE
This study was conducted to determine the root cause of aggressive corrosion due to wet NH4Cl salt deposition in reactor effluent streams in hydroprocessing units. In addition corrosion resistance and behavior of carbon steel and alloys in high-concentration NH4Cl solutions were investigated.
In this work, the kinetics of sulfidic corrosion of carbon steel as a function of temperature, model sulfur compound concentration and test duration have been studied by a weight loss method.
Included: Petroleum Refining Processes & Corrosion. Coking & Cracking, Alkylation, Sulfur Plants. Hydroprocessing, Reforming. Hydrogen, Methanol, Ammonia, Gas Treating. Piping, Gathering Equipment, Tankage. See full TOC below.
Predicting corrosion rates. Areas of vulnerability in the distillation equipment associated with hydroprocessing units. Corrosion rate and materials data from hydroprocessing units compared to previous data.
Corrosion mechanisms in refinery crude distillation unit (CDU) distillation tower overhead systems and current industry practices for mitigating or controlling this corrosion.
Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) for engineers, designers and consultants involved in the design, maintenance, and rehabilitation of underground petroleum (including gas, crude oil, and refinery products) pipelines.