Materials Performance

JUN 2019

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50 JUNE 2019 W W W.MATERIALSPERFORMANCE.COM CM CORROSION MANAGEMENT wave ultrasonic testing. The pipe at dig sites 2 and 3 were free from internal corrosion, w hich may ser ve as vali d ation of th e assessment. Conclusions Based on the results presented and dis- cussed in the present work, it can be con- cluded that flow modeling is a powerful tool to assess pipeline integrity due to internal corrosion. If the locations predicted by flow modeling have not corroded, than other locations of the pipeline that are less likely to accumulate water can be considered cor- rosion free and do not require further exam- ination. The ICDA process helps reduce the likelihood of integrity threats and helps to ensure compliance with U.S. regulations. References 1 "Pipeline Failure Investigation Reports," Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety A d m i n i s t r a t i o n , D e c e m b e r 2 0 , 2 0 1 8 , www.phmsa.dot.gov/safety-reports/pipeline- failure-investigation-reports. 2 NACE SP0206, "Internal Corrosion Direct As- sessment Methodology for Pipelines Carry- ing Normally Dry Natural Gas (DG-ICDA)" (Houston, TX: NACE International, 2016). 3 API 5L, "Specification for Line Pipe" (Wash- ington, DC: American Petroleum Institute, 2018). 4 O.C. Moghissi , et al ., "Internal Corrosion D irect Assessm ent of Gas Transmi ssion Pipelin es," C ORRO SION 2002, paper no. 02087 (Houston, TX: NACE, 2002). AJAY ARAKERE is a senior pipeline integ- rity engineer at Corrpro Companies, Inc., Houston, Texas, USA, email: aarakere@ aegion.com. Arakere received his M.S. degree in mechanical engineering from Clemson University, Clemson, South Caro- lina, USA. He has broad experience in pipeline integrity including corrosion con- trol and assessment of damaged pipe- lines. He has published several peer reviewed journal papers in the area of materials and welding. He is a member of NACE International. MARLANE RODRIGUEZ is an engineering manager at Corrpro Companies, Inc., Houston, Texas, USA. Rodriguez obtained her B.S. degree in industrial distribution from Texas A&M University, College Sta- tion, Texas, USA. A NACE International member for over 10 years, she is a NACE- certified Cathodic Protection Technolo- gist. She has co-authored technical arti- cles for World Pipelines and Materials Performance. LARRY RANKIN is a technical director at Corrpro Companies, Inc., Houston, Texas, USA. Rankin has more than 40 years of experience in the pipeline and corrosion control industries. A NACE International member for 35 years, he is a NACE-certi- fied Cathodic Protection Specialist and has served on several NACE technical commit- tees. He holds a B.S. degree in electrical engineering from Louisiana Tech Univer- sity, Ruston, Louisiana, USA. LOOKING TO PUBLISH YOUR WORK? Choose MP, the World's Leading Corrosion Periodical Materials Performance (MP) publishes articles on practical, field-oriented applications of corrosion technology that support coatings and linings, cathodic protection, chemical treatment, materials selection and design, and corrosion management. We are currently accepting manuscripts for technical articles. Let us share your corrosion story. More information, including author's guidelines, can be found at materialsperformance.com/submit-manuscript.

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