This research compares and contrasts NACE TM0115 disbondment test method to ASTM G8, Standard Test Methods for Cathodic Disbonding of Pipeline Coatings...as applied to coatings used in water infrastructure corrosion control.
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Thermally sprayed CRA coatings can provide a cost-effective corrosion mitigation method for infrastructure in wet supercritical CO2 at 40°C and 80°C. The scales formed on the steel protected it from further corrosion in 10 MPa and 50 MPa CO2.
Urea–formaldehyde resin was applied to an epoxy coating. The UF resin effectively prevented the corrosive medium from further permeating through to the interface between coating and steel substrate and that the UF resin could significantly reinforce the corrosion protection property.
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