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For those involved in managing asset integrity in the petrochemical industry, it is possible to list more than 50 different damage mechanisms that can adversely affect...
By: Arun K. Soman, ME | Deputy Manager Inspection Advisory, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd
The scenario is unfortunately all too familiar. A concerned phone call relating widespread pipe corrosion or failure, even though every standard and industry-accepted...
By: Corrview .com
Why Understanding the Stress Concentration Factor (Kt) is Important When Evaluating Corrosion in Metal Structures
Corrosion formed on the surface of a metal has the potential to alter its mechanical properties such as flexural strength, axial strength, fatigue limit, elasticity, etc...
By: Krystal Nanan | Civil Engineer
Coating specification best practices call for an independent condition survey to be done first, in order to prescribe the most appropriate maintenance to rectify...
By: Mark Weston | Technical Director, Incospec & Associates
The refining of crude oil into usable products is a complex process with many opportunities for corrosion to gain a foothold. Understanding the typical atmospheric...
By: Chikezie Nwaoha | Researcher, Clean Energy Technologies Research Institute (CETRI), University of Regina
Campos EPC is a leader in Pipeline and Integrity EPC Services, offering technically sound and schedule-driven Engineering, Procurement, and Construction solutions that...
By: Britney Taylor, C.E. | Corrosion Pipeline Integrity Engineer, Campos EPC
An accurate assessment of corrosion rates in any surroundings is important in terms of the price of upkeep and repair as a result of material failure. Corrosion coupons...
By: Alan Kehr | Managing Consultant, Alan Kehr Anti-Corrosion, LLC
Maintaining pipeline integrity is crucial in the oil and gas industry, and when pipeline defects are detected, or pipeline failures occur, understanding the cause of...
By: John Kilbane | Project Manager, Intertek
In order to determine the adequacy of a cathodic protection system applied on a certain structure, its polarized potential has to be measured. (For an introduction to...
By: Mahmoud Elmahdy | Senior Cathodic Protection Engineer
It’s certainly fair to say that prevention is better than cure when dealing with corrosion, which is why it’s incredibly important to know your way around the myriad...
By: Daniel Folks
Corrosion testing is one of a corrosion engineer's most important responsibilities. In fact, without corrosion assessment, mitigating or eliminating corrosion in any...
By: Mehdi Yari | Electrochemistry and Corrosion Laboratory at the University of Western Ontario
Oil and gas companies operating worldwide with both onshore and offshore facilities are confronted with the high cost and safety issues associated with retrieving...
By: Kevin Kirst | Industry Manager, Sentry Equipment Corp
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