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Calculating Tensile Stress: Why It Needs to Be Done Now Calculating Tensile Stress: Why It Needs to Be Done Now Calculating Tensile Stress: Why It Needs to Be Done Now Calculating Tensile Stress: Why It Needs to Be Done Now


Calculating and measuring tensile stresses are vital in predicting the behavior of various types of materials. Designers and engineers...

Ice Pigging: The Benefits to Using This Icy Pipe Cleaning Method Ice Pigging: The Benefits to Using This Icy Pipe Cleaning Method Ice Pigging: The Benefits to Using This Icy Pipe Cleaning Method Ice Pigging: The Benefits to Using This Icy Pipe Cleaning Method


Benefits of ice pigging include reduced water use, shorter disruptions, less downtime, lower probability of pipe damage, and minimal...

Understanding the 3 Types of Tensile Strength Understanding the 3 Types of Tensile Strength Understanding the 3 Types of Tensile Strength Understanding the 3 Types of Tensile Strength


The three types of tensile strengths are yield, ultimate, and fracture strength. Each of these mechanical properties defines the various...

Ultrasonic Crack Inspection: How to Avoid Pipeline Failures Ultrasonic Crack Inspection: How to Avoid Pipeline Failures Ultrasonic Crack Inspection: How to Avoid Pipeline Failures Ultrasonic Crack Inspection: How to Avoid Pipeline Failures


Ultrasonic technology uses sound waves to detect cracks and other pipeline defects. The early identification of these cracks is essential...

QUIZ: Pipeline Crack Inspection (15 Questions to Test Your Knowledge) QUIZ: Pipeline Crack Inspection (15 Questions to Test Your Knowledge) QUIZ: Pipeline Crack Inspection (15 Questions to Test Your Knowledge) QUIZ: Pipeline Crack Inspection (15 Questions to Test Your Knowledge)


The integrity of pipeline networks is threatened by cracks and other defects generated during manufacturing, installation and operation of...

QUIZ: 11 Questions to Test Your Underwater Inspection Knowledge QUIZ: 11 Questions to Test Your Underwater Inspection Knowledge QUIZ: 11 Questions to Test Your Underwater Inspection Knowledge QUIZ: 11 Questions to Test Your Underwater Inspection Knowledge


Underwater inspections can be used to help maintain offshore and underwater structures and detect corrosion.

Emergency In-Situ Repair Problems & Surface-Tolerant Solutions Emergency In-Situ Repair Problems & Surface-Tolerant Solutions Emergency In-Situ Repair Problems & Surface-Tolerant Solutions Emergency In-Situ Repair Problems & Surface-Tolerant Solutions


A new fast-cure, polymeric epoxy-based emergency repair composite provides excellent adhesion without intensive surface preparation, grit...

The Effects of Salt Contamination on Coating Performance The Effects of Salt Contamination on Coating Performance The Effects of Salt Contamination on Coating Performance The Effects of Salt Contamination on Coating Performance


A discussion of salt contamination on coating performance, risk assessment techniques and test methods before coating application and some...

Nitriding for Corrosion and Wear Fatigue Resistance Nitriding for Corrosion and Wear Fatigue Resistance Nitriding for Corrosion and Wear Fatigue Resistance Nitriding for Corrosion and Wear Fatigue Resistance


Nitriding, the process of introducing nitrogen into a metal surface, is an excellent method of controlling corrosion, as well as wear and...

Understanding Carburization: The Positive and Negative Impacts on Metals Understanding Carburization: The Positive and Negative Impacts on Metals Understanding Carburization: The Positive and Negative Impacts on Metals Understanding Carburization: The Positive and Negative Impacts on Metals


Carburization and other case hardening methods are used to manufacture durable, low-cost low carbon steels and low alloy steels with...

The 3 Stages of Corrosion Failure Analysis The 3 Stages of Corrosion Failure Analysis The 3 Stages of Corrosion Failure Analysis The 3 Stages of Corrosion Failure Analysis


Failure analysis allows corrosion engineers to determine why a component or piece of equipment failed and how to prevent the same type of...

Decommissioning Your Cathodic Protection Well Decommissioning Your Cathodic Protection Well Decommissioning Your Cathodic Protection Well Decommissioning Your Cathodic Protection Well


Decommissioning a deep anode well or groundbed simply by removing the surface hardware and walking away is often no longer acceptable....

Why Concrete Delamination Occurs - and What to Do About It Why Concrete Delamination Occurs - and What to Do About It Why Concrete Delamination Occurs - and What to Do About It Why Concrete Delamination Occurs - and What to Do About It


Delamination in concrete slabs can be a serious problem. This article examines how to prevent them—and how to find and fix them when they...

How to Enhance Safety When Working With Volatile Organic Compounds How to Enhance Safety When Working With Volatile Organic Compounds How to Enhance Safety When Working With Volatile Organic Compounds How to Enhance Safety When Working With Volatile Organic Compounds


VOCs are emitted from coatings used in the corrosion protection industry. Several techniques are available that reduce the VOCs produced...

Electric Transportation Systems and Stray Current Corrosion Electric Transportation Systems and Stray Current Corrosion Electric Transportation Systems and Stray Current Corrosion Electric Transportation Systems and Stray Current Corrosion


Stray current corrosion from DC transit system is a real threat to a pipeline’s integrity, but it can be detected by measuring the...

Corrosion Knowledge Management Vs. Corrosion Management: An Essential Tool for Assets Integrity Management Corrosion Knowledge Management Vs. Corrosion Management: An Essential Tool for Assets Integrity Management Corrosion Knowledge Management Vs. Corrosion Management: An Essential Tool for Assets Integrity Management Corrosion Knowledge Management Vs. Corrosion Management: An Essential Tool for Assets Integrity Management


A model for material management called Corrosion Knowledge Management (CMK) may be applied by both corrosion experts and non-corrosionists...

Writing Safety Into Your Coating Specification Writing Safety Into Your Coating Specification Writing Safety Into Your Coating Specification Writing Safety Into Your Coating Specification


Safety should be a primary consideration in any coating specification, because everyone involved in a coating project has the right to...

Problems Caused by the Lack of Clarity & Definition in Coating Specifications Problems Caused by the Lack of Clarity & Definition in Coating Specifications Problems Caused by the Lack of Clarity & Definition in Coating Specifications Problems Caused by the Lack of Clarity & Definition in Coating Specifications


Common disputes on coating application projects often originate in the coating specification. When the specification is unclear, it can...

Why Pigging Out Is A-OK When It Comes to Cleaning Pipelines Why Pigging Out Is A-OK When It Comes to Cleaning Pipelines Why Pigging Out Is A-OK When It Comes to Cleaning Pipelines Why Pigging Out Is A-OK When It Comes to Cleaning Pipelines


This article examines pipeline operational pigging for internal corrosion prevention, including requirements, pig types, pig selection,...