Francisco Servigna

Francisco Servigna has 15 years experience in the Venezuelan National Oil Company
as process and corrosion engineer, with a bachelor’s science degree in Chemical Engineering, a master’s science degree in Mechanical Engineering (mention Computational Thermoscience) and a Master Business in Project Management. In his experience as corrosion engineer he has provided technical expertise in the areas of chemical treatment, corrosion monitoring (corrosion and scale coupons, determination of sessile and planktonic bacteria), material selection, specifications of coatings, linings, cathodic protection, unit preservation, corrosion evaluations of equipment and infrastructure offshore and onshore (compressor plants, oil flow stations, water treatment plants), application of prediction methods, prevention and corrosion control as well as failure analysis of pipelines, equipment and petroleum facilities.

In addition, Francisco has extensive experience in chemical process simulations, design of units (heat transfer, separator, vessel), hydraulic evaluations of pipelines (single phase and multiphase), process optimization, and use of Computational Fluid Dynamics techniques for modeling at steady state using different softwares (CFX/CFD).

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Articles by Francisco Servigna


Understanding Aluminum Corrosion Understanding Aluminum Corrosion Understanding Aluminum Corrosion Understanding Aluminum Corrosion


A look at the chemical nature of aluminum and aluminum corrosion, aluminum oxide film formation, and the uses of aluminum, aluminum oxide...

Selecting the Right Coating for Your Application: Polyurea versus Polyurethane Selecting the Right Coating for Your Application: Polyurea versus Polyurethane Selecting the Right Coating for Your Application: Polyurea versus Polyurethane Selecting the Right Coating for Your Application: Polyurea versus Polyurethane


This article provides a basic overview of the relevant differences between two protective coating products for corrosion prevention:...