Materials Performance

JUN 2019

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45 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE: VOL. 58, NO. 6 JUNE 2019 Alyousif, O.M., and R . Nishimura. " The Stress Corrosion Cracking Behavior of Austenitic Stainless Steels in Boiling Magnesium Chlo- ride Solutions." Corros. Sci. 49, 7 (2007): pp. 3,040-3,051. Ghosh, S., and V. Kain. "Microstructural Changes in AISI 304L Stainless Steel due to Surface Machining: Effect on its Susceptibility to Chloride Stress Corrosion Cracking." J. Nucl. Mater. 403, 1-3 (2010): pp. 62-67. Groysman, A. Corrosion Problems and Solutions in Oil Refining and Petrochemical Industry. Cham, Switzerland: Springer, 2017. Li, W.J., et al. "The Effects of Rolling and Sensiti- zation Treatments on the Stress Corrosion Cracking of 304L Stainless Steel in Salt-Spray Environment." Corros. Sci . 68 (2013): pp. 25-33. Parrott, R., and H. Pitts. "Chloride Stress Corro- sion Cracking in Austenitic Stainless Steel— Assessing Susceptibility and Structural In- tegrity." Health and Safety Executive, 2011. Prawoto, Y., et al. "Effect of Microstructures on SCC of Steel: Field Failure Analysis Case Study and Laboratory Test Result." Engineer- ing Failure Analysis 18, 7 (2011): pp. 1,858- 1,866. Rhodes, P.R. "Mechanism of Chloride Stress Cor- rosion Cracking of Aust enitic Stainless Steels." Corrosion 25, 11 (1969): pp. 462-472. Spencer, D.T., et al. "The Initiation and Propaga- tion of Chloride-Induced Transgranular Stress-Corrosion Cracking (TGSCC) of 304L Aust enitic Stainless St eel Under Atmo- spheric Conditions." Corros. Sci . 88 (2014): pp. 76-88. Sunaba, T., S. Hirano, and T. Ishihara. "Influence of Chloride for SCC Susceptibility on 15Cr Stainless Steel at High Temperatures under CO 2 Environment." Key Engineering Materials 741 (2017): pp. 42-49. Vosteen, B.W., H. Winkler, and M.S. Berry. "Native Halogens in Coals from USA, China and Elsewhere—Low Chlorine Coals Need Bro- mide Addition for Enhanced Mercury Cap- ture." download s/2010_09_Vost een_et_al_%20 MegaSymp_103.pdf. MUHAMMAD HUSSAIN is the director of asset integrity at Integrity Master Pty., Ltd., Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, email: engr.mohd- He has more than 10 years of experience in corrosion management, asset integrity, pipeline assessment, condition assessment, materials analysis and plant reli- ability analysis. Hussain has the following certi- fications: CPEng., NER, FICorr, NACE Corro- sion Specialist, API, CSAM, LSSGB, RMP. He is a member of NACE International and Fellow Member of Institute of Corrosion. INTIZAR HUSSAIN is a corrosion and integrity manager at Integrity Master, Islamabd, Paki- stan, email: He has experience working in corrosion man- agement, coating inspection, and failure analysis. Hussain is a member of NACE Inter- national. ABRAR HUSSAIN is a research fellow at the University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China, email: abrarphysics14@ He is experienced in materials analysis. SHAZIA KOUSAR is a research fellow at the University of Karachi, Karachi, Pakistan, email: Kousar's work expe- rience includes corrosion management and inhibitors analysis. of Readers Have a Role in Product Decisions 87 % 2.5 Readers per copy Potential Reading Audience 87,500 Take Action! 92% • Bought Products/Services • Recommend Products/Services • Visited Advertiser's Web Site • Discussed/Referred Ads and Articles • Connected via Social Media ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES Upcoming ISSUE EDITORIAL SECTIONS AND SUPPLEMENTS August Corrosion in Marine Environments Company Showcase September Impact of Corrosion on the Environment October Impact of Corrosion on the Environment CORROSION 2020 Advance Program Call Diane Gross today at +1 281-228-6446 Failure Due to Cl-SCC of Austenitic Stainless Steels

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