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51316-7157-The Effect of Medium Density Clear Brine Fluids upon the Environmental Cracking Behavior of High Strength Alloy UNS S42028

This paper will detail the environmental cracking test program and results when Alloy UNS S42028 (For applications such as high collapse liners sections in high pressure high temperature (HPHT) reservoirs) was exposed to medium density bromide based clear brine fluids at a temperature of 150oC (302oF).  

Product Number: 51316-7157-SG
ISBN: 7157 2016 CP
Author: Lucrezia Scoppio
Publication Date: 2016
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The recent development of high strength alloy UNS S42028 has opened up opportunities for the use of cost effective material solutions for applications such as high collapse liners sections in high pressure high temperature (HPHT) reservoirs. An important aspect with such a development in this application is an understanding of the environmental cracking behavior of Alloy UNS S42028 when exposed to clear brine fluids. This is particularly important during the completion phase of HPHT wells when medium density clear brine fluids are required.This paper will detail the environmental cracking test program and results when Alloy UNS S42028 was exposed to medium density bromide based clear brine fluids at a temperature of 150oC (302oF).

Key words: Downloadable, Martensitic Stainless Steel, UNS S42028, SCC, tubulars, clear brines.

The recent development of high strength alloy UNS S42028 has opened up opportunities for the use of cost effective material solutions for applications such as high collapse liners sections in high pressure high temperature (HPHT) reservoirs. An important aspect with such a development in this application is an understanding of the environmental cracking behavior of Alloy UNS S42028 when exposed to clear brine fluids. This is particularly important during the completion phase of HPHT wells when medium density clear brine fluids are required.This paper will detail the environmental cracking test program and results when Alloy UNS S42028 was exposed to medium density bromide based clear brine fluids at a temperature of 150oC (302oF).

Key words: Downloadable, Martensitic Stainless Steel, UNS S42028, SCC, tubulars, clear brines.

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