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Differentiation of Corrosion Mechanisms by ...

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Differentiation of Corrosion Mechanisms by Morphological Feature Characterization.

Corrosion of liquid and gas pipelines can occur by various mechanisms. The ability to differentiate between mechanisms is important if corrosion control measures are to be effective.
Document Type
Report
Report Type
Final Report
Report Period
09/00 - 06/04
Author(s)
Pound, B.G.; Brossia, S.; Moghissi, O.; Sridhar, N.
Corporate Source
Exponent Failure Analysis Associates, Menlo Park, CA; Southwest Research Institute, San Antonio, TX
Sponsor
Gas Research Institute, Des Plaines, IL
Pagination
68p
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Summary:
Corrosion of liquid and gas pipelines can occur by various mechanisms. The ability to differentiate between mechanisms is important if corrosion control measures are to be effective. The objective of this project was to determine whether corrosion of pipeline steels results in characteristic morphological features that are diagnostic for specific corrosion mechanisms, particularly with regard to microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). Based on the results of this project, identification of pits associated with MIC appears feasible for natural gas environments.
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