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The theoretical basis for the 100 millivolt (mV) cathodic polarization criterion. Effects of other factors such as temperature, mill scale, moisture, and anaerobic bacteria, polarization.
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Corrosion associated with alternating current (AC) interference on buried steel pipelines. AC corrosion characteristics and proposed mechanisms. Approaches to protection and monitoring.
HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Assessing corrosion in the field. New: long-range ultrasonic testing (UT), fiber optic strain gauges; high-resolution electrical resistance (ER), a new method of hydrogen probe monitoring, and extended-analysis coupons.
Recent experience from nuclear power plants indicates that degradation of buried piping is occurring in at least some plants and represents an issue requiring the attention of the nuclear industry.
This state-of-the-art report presents methods of indentifying corrosion in power and communications manholes and identifies methods used to mitigate the effects of corrosion within the confines of the manhole.
Solvent-free coatings, their application to railcars and use of plural-component spray equipment. Products and equipment. For coating/lining applicators in railcar shops.
Regulatory qualification of railcar linings in corrosive service. 1) Primary lining inspection intervals used by participating large rail fleets. 2) Factors that the tank car shipping industry and customers use to develop those lining inspection intervals.
Application of waterborne coatings to railcars. For railcar fleet owners, operators, manufacturers, and repair personnel who use waterborne coatings.
Materials used for receiving, storing, and handling commercial grades of aqueous hydrofluoric acid and anhydrous hydrogen fluoride. Materials avoided. Cost of equipment. Corrosive impurities.
Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) of carbon and low alloy steels in anhydrous ammonia service. To provide the corrosion engineer with the information to make decisions in individual applications.
Methods used in the oil and gas industry to test and mitigate under deposit corrosion (UDC) in pipeline environments.
Case histories show that non-visible contamination may result in rapid coating failure. Physical and chemical tests to detect same. Remediation measures. Reagents, materials, tools, procedures & results.