Materials Performance

DEC 2018

Materials Performance is the world's most widely circulated magazine dedicated to corrosion prevention and control. MP provides information about the latest corrosion control technologies and practical applications for every industry and environment.

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2 0 1 8 M P I N D E X Sour Environment Underdeposit Corrosion Behavior of a Carbon Steel .................. 12-50 Stress Corrosion Cracking Behaviors of Weathering Steel Welded Joints ........ 12-46 Testing Corrosion-Resistant Alloys for Use in Geothermal Power Plants......... 11-22 The Desired Features of an Oxide Film on Stainless Steel Tubing ................................1-40 The Erosion-Corrosion Limits of Duplex Stainless Steels ............................................5-44 Underdeposit Corrosion Mechanism in a 5HnjQHU\3UHKHDW([FKDQJHU8QLW ...........6-54 0LFURELRORJLFDOO\,QǍXHQFHG Corrosion A 'Cultural' Change in Detecting Microbiological Activity .............................6-50 0LFURELRORJLFDOO\,QǍXHQFHG&RUURVLRQRI UNS N05500 in Seawater .........................4-66 Mitigating Material Damages Through Risk-Based Inspections .............................9-46 Predicting Corrosion Control Developments of the Future ................. 10-36 0RGHOLQJ Atmospheric Corrosion Prediction of Carbon Steel ..................................................8-58 Cathodic Protection in Arctic Conditions ......................................................8-26 Development of WC-Ni Cermet Brazing Process............................................................9-30 Predicting Corrosion Control Developments of the Future ................. 10-36 Testing Corrosion-Resistant Alloys for Use in Geothermal Power Plants......... 11-22 Underdeposit Corrosion in Crude Tower Overheads ................................................... 12-36 Monitoring &OHDQLQJ2LO5HnjQLQJDQG3HWURFKHPLFDO Process Equipment .....................................2-40 Corrosion Basics: Corrosion Surveys .......6-80 Corrosion Monitoring of World's Largest Tidal Power Plant....................................... 11-48 Corrosion Prevention Using Real-Time Data in Oil Fields ...........................................2-48 Future Trends in Corrosion Control ......... 10-30 Mitigating Material Damages Through Risk-Based Inspections .............................9-46 Monitoring Reinforcement Corrosion in Concretes for Nuclear Facilities .............3-64 New Visions for CIPS and DCVG .................6-28 Nuclear Power Balance of Plant Corrosion Strategies ............................... 11-44 Predicting Corrosion Control Developments of the Future ................. 10-36 3UREHVIRU(YDOXDWLQJ&3(NjHFWLYHQHVVRQ Undersides of Hot Asphalt Storage Tanks.................................................................6-34 Ranking Pipeline Leakage Susceptibility .................................................6-60 2LODQG*DV A 'Cultural' Change in Detecting Microbiological Activity .............................6-50 Sour Corrosion: A Review of Current Gaps and Challenges ............................................5-48 Coating Application to Minimize Hydrogen Cracking in Gas Dehydration Units .......8-44 Corrosion Issues of Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage........................... 11-32 Corrosion Prevention Using Real-Time Data in Oil Fields ...........................................2-48 Decades of Advancements in Pipeline Corrosion Control ........................................4-26 Failure Analysis: Fracture Investigation of a S13Cr-110 Tubing String with Premium Joints................................................................9-40 Feasibility Studies on Cathodic Protection of Deep Well External Casing Surfaces ....9-20 New Visions for CIPS and DCVG .................6-28 Ranking Pipeline Leakage Susceptibility .................................................6-60 Sour Environment Underdeposit Corrosion Behavior of a Carbon Steel .................. 12-50 6XOnjGH6WUHVV&UDFNLQJ)DLOXUHVRI7XELQJ Couplings ........................................................3-60 Underdeposit Corrosion in Crude Tower Overheads ................................................... 12-36 Underdeposit Corrosion Mechanism in a 5HnjQHU\3UHKHDW([FKDQJHU8QLW ...........6-54 3LSH Cathodic Protection Criteria for Prestressed &RQFUHWH3LSHş$Q8SGDWH ......................3-34 Testing Corrosion-Resistant Alloys for Use in Geothermal Power Plants......... 11-22 Underdeposit Corrosion in Crude Tower Overheads ................................................... 12-36 3LSHOLQH Corrosion Basics: Special Cathodic 3URWHFWLRQ5HTXLUHPHQWVIRU6SHFLnjF Pipeline Applications ............................... 2-168 Corrosion Issues of Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage........................... 11-32 Corrosion Prevention Using Real-Time Data in Oil Fields ...........................................2-48 Decades of Advancements in Pipeline Corrosion Control ........................................4-26 New Visions for CIPS and DCVG .................6-28 Predicting Corrosion Control Developments of the Future ................. 10-36 Ranking Pipeline Leakage Susceptibility .................................................6-60 Sour Environment Underdeposit Corrosion Behavior of a Carbon Steel .................. 12-50 The Challenges of Installing a New Pipeline ............................................................2-24 3RO\PHUV Additives for Controlling Calcium Phosphate Scale in Cooling Water Systems ............1-48 'XUDELOLW\RI&RQFUHWH0RGLnjHGZLWK Superabsorbent Polymers .......................3-54 (NjHFWVRI6LODQH$GGLWLYHVRQ&RUURVLRQ Resistance and Durability of Mortar .....3-42 3RZHU*HQHUDWLRQ Corrosion Issues of Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage........................... 11-32 Corrosion Monitoring of World's Largest Tidal Power Plant....................................... 11-48 Corrosion Prevention of Stainless Steel in Molten Chloride ......................................... 11-36 Monitoring Reinforcement Corrosion in Concretes for Nuclear Facilities .............3-64 Nuclear Power Balance of Plant Corrosion Strategies .................................................... 11-44 Testing Corrosion-Resistant Alloys for Use in Geothermal Power Plants......... 11-22 3RZHU7UDQVPLVVLRQ Control of Environmental Degradation of Concrete Power Poles............................. 11-40 5HnjQHU\ &OHDQLQJ2LO5HnjQLQJDQG3HWURFKHPLFDO Process Equipment .....................................2-40 Coating Application to Minimize Hydrogen Cracking in Gas Dehydration Units .......8-44 Inhibitor Types....................................................4-32 Underdeposit Corrosion in Crude Tower Overheads ................................................... 12-36 Underdeposit Corrosion Mechanism in a 5HnjQHU\3UHKHDW([FKDQJHU8QLW ...........6-54 6FLHQFH%HKLQG,W A 'Cultural' Change in Detecting Microbiological Activity .............................6-50 (NjHFWVRI6LODQH$GGLWLYHVRQ&RUURVLRQ Resistance and Durability of Mortar .....3-42 Failure Analysis: Fracture Investigation of a S13Cr-110 Tubing String with Premium Joints................................................................9-40 Sour Environment Underdeposit Corrosion Behavior of a Carbon Steel ................... 12-50 65 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE: VOL. 57, NO. 12 DECEMBER 2018

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