Evaluate the relative resistance of fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) pipe and tubulars to specific oilfield environments by comparison of tensile strength before and after exposure. Reagents. Specimens. Equipment.
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Procedure for the evaluation of fiber-reinforced plastic (FRP) pipe and tubulars for use in oilfield service. FRP pipe systems include the pipe or tube body, connections, fittings, and adhesive and elastomeric seals. Historical Document 1998
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Test methods designed to provide a relative and quantitative measure of the abilities of scale inhibitors to prevent the precipitation of solids, a necessary and critical stage in the formation of scale.
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Laboratory test method for determining the abrasion resistance qualities of thin film baked coatings and linings applied to the inner wall (bore) of oil field steel tubings…resistance…to the effects of falling sand…Historical Document 1975
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