Analytical methods for verification of assumed performance metrics, in terms of sizing are presented in this paper. The application of methods and criteria described in API 1163 for rejection and acceptance of assumed tool tolerance are discussed.
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This recommended practice provides guidelines which are applicable to most situations in which corrosion products are to be collected and analyzed. Historical document 1973
Types of microorganisms and mechanisms by which MIC occurs on external surfaces of buried, ferrous-based metal pipelines. Testing for the presence of bacteria, research results, and interpretation.
Standard test method for microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) on internal surfaces of pipelines. Types of microorganisms, MIC mechanisms, sampling and testing. Research results, and interpretation of test.
The industry has been developing in-situ techniques to measure pipe properties in lieu of destructive approaches. This paper will review the techniques available to meet regulation changes announced in 2016 and propose procedural applications to improve repeatability and reliability.