There is no confidence in the A923 Test Method C for weld procedurequalification of 25% Cr DSS on a consistent basis. The ability to obtain corrosionrates < 10 mdd is not achievable at 40°C for samples in the “as-welded”condition.
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Factors which influence laboratory tests…specimen preparation…apparatus…conditions…temperature, velocity, aeration, volume…supporting specimens, duration of test…cleaning specimens…results…corrosion rates. Historical Document 1976
Laboratory method for determining the extent and the rate of uniform corrosion of metals in high temperature water or aqueous solutions at temperatures (> 212 F (100 C) & <~680 F (360 C))…Historical Document 1971
A laboratory test method for determining the extent and rate of corrosion of metals in high-temperature water at temperatures greater than 100°C (212°F) but less than approximately 360°C (680°F). Historical Document 1995
A test method to determine the corrosive properties of gasoline and distillate fuels in preparation for transport through a pipeline. Historical Document 1993
Two test methods for evaluating water quality for subsurface injection: A-Rate vs Cumulative Volume (for water quality monitoring) B-Suspended Solids Test (for diagnosis or monitoring). Historical Document 1984
Two test methods for evaluating water quality for subsurface injection: A. rate versus cumulative volume test (for water-quality monitoring) B. Suspended solids test (for diagnosis or monitoring). Historical Document 1999
Two test methods for evaluating the performance of protective coatings and linings used as lining materials in immersion service: one-side testing of the panel and immersion testing of the panel. Historical Document 1991
Two test methods for evaluating the performance of protective coatings and linings used as lining materials in immersion service: one-side testing of the panel and immersion testing of the panel. Historical Document 1996
This document…is directed toward the testing of metals for resistance to cracking failure in aqueous environments containing H2S. Historical Document 1990
The testing of metals for resistance to cracking failure under the combined action of tensile stress and corrosion in aqueous environments containing hydrogen sulfide (H2S)...termed sulfide stress cracking (SSC) Historical Document 1996
Test method…to evaluate and compare the corrosion protection that various internal plastic coatings afford oilfield tubular goods…with flowing water at a given velocity under controlled temperatures for a specified period of time. Historical Document 1993