Materials Performance

DEC 2014

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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Corrosion Basics: Failure Analysis and Design Considerations, Fluid Velocity Effects .....................................................9-88 Eliminating Coating Failures—A Case Study for Achieving Long-Term Cost Savings in the Oil Field ...................... 10-38 Failure Analysis: Grooving Corrosion of a 24-in Seam Welded Pipeline ...............6-62 Features A Closer Look at Microbiologically Infuenced Corrosion ............................1-32 Diagnosing Microbiologically Infuenced Corrosion in a Pipeline ...................... 12-26 Mitigating Structural Steel Corrosion Protects Decorative Façade of the Historic Elks Veterans Memorial ....... 11-26 North American Average Annual Corrosion Salaries Continue to Climb, European Salaries Show Slight Decrease ......... 7-138 Pipeline Corrosion Issues Related to Carbon Capture, Transportation, and Storage ...................................................5-24 Updating NACE SP0169 for Controlling External Corrosion on Underground or Submerged Metallic Piping Systems ..8-24 Using Digital Image Analysis to Assess Pull-Off Adhesion Test Results ......... 10-20 Video Game Focuses on Corrosion Awareness ..............................................3-24 What a Career in Corrosion Can Mean ..6-28 Historic Metallurgical and Corrosion Assessment of Submerged Tanker S.S. Montebello ...1-74 Mitigating Structural Steel Corrosion Protects Decorative Façade of the Historic Elks Veterans Memorial ....... 11-26 Inhibitors Comparative Performance of 'Green' and Synthetic Polymeric Clay Dispersants.. 2-44 Corrosion Control of the Severn Bridge Main Suspension Cables ................... 11-46 Corrosion Inhibitors in Deep Offshore Catenary Risers ......................................1-64 Corrosion Rate Monitoring in Pipeline Casings ...................................................3-28 Effectiveness of Vapor Corrosion Inhibitors Compared with Nitrogen Blanketing ..............................................6-56 Impact of Iron Oxide on Calcium Carbonate Inhibitors—Part 1 ............ 11-52 Impact of Iron Oxide on Calcium Carbonate Inhibitors—Part 2 ............ 12-52 Phorgotten Phenomena: Monitoring of Chemical Treatment Is Essential to Prevent Internal Corrosion ...................9-54 Preserving CARC with Corrosion-Control Covers ....................................................2-34 Slow Release Corrosion Inhibiting Block .. 4-42 The Pursuit of a Green Carbon Steel Corrosion Inhibitor—Part 1 ..................8-46 The Pursuit of a Green Carbon Steel Corrosion Inhibitor—Part 2 ..................9-48 Inspection Corrosion Control of the Severn Bridge Main Suspension Cables ................... 11-46 Eliminating Coating Failures—A Case Study for Achieving Long-Term Cost Savings in the Oil Field ...................... 10-38 Lessons Learned: Monitoring Cathodic Protection Current from Inside the Pipe.........................................................1-42 Marine Cathodic Protection Design for Offshore Wind Turbine Foundations ..................9-26 Corrosion Inhibitors in Deep Offshore Catenary Risers ......................................1-64 Immersion Corrosion of Mild Steel and Low Alloy Steel in Eutrophic Freshwater Lakes .......................................................9-58 Metallurgical and Corrosion Assessment of Submerged Tanker S.S. Montebello ...1-74 Seabed Temperature and Sulfde Stress Cracking Resistance of Weldable Martensitic 13% Chromium Stainless Steel........................................................5-66 Materials selection and design An Analysis of the Updated Cost of Corrosion in India ..................................8-56 Comparing Two Different Types of Anaerobic Copper Biocorrosion by Sulfate- and Nitrate-Reducing Bacteria ..................................................6-66 Corrosion Associated with Liquid-Liquid Mixing Points ...................................... 10-48 Corrosion on the New Eastern Span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge .. 11-58 Corrosion Risk Mitigation Strategies for the Foundations of Transmission and Distribution Structures—Part 2 ............4-52 Corrosion Risk Strategies for Below-Grade Foundations of Transmission and Distribution Structures—Part 1 ............3-54 Effects of Highly Polluted Atmospheres on Power Distribution Systems ........ 12-64 Failure Analysis: Grooving Corrosion of a 24-in Seam Welded Pipeline ...............6-62 Immersion Corrosion of Mild Steel and Low Alloy Steel in Eutrophic Freshwater Lakes .......................................................9-58 Infuence of Mg Addition on Corrosion Behavior of Ion Vapor Deposited Al Coatings .............................................. 12-40 Limiting Corrosion Problems Related to Dust-Control Agents ............................2-50 Material Challenges for Stainless Steel in Carbon Capture and Storage ..............5-74 Material of Construction for Underground Coal Gasifcation Wells ..................... 11-64 Metallurgical and Corrosion Assessment of Submerged Tanker S.S. Montebello ...1-74 Monitoring Pipelines for Microbiologically Infuenced Corrosion ......................... 12-68 New Approach to H 2 S Limits for High- Pressure, High-Temperature Petroleum Production Wells ...................................1-69 Predicting Corrosion in Military Aircraft..2-58 Professionalism in Corrosion Engineering ...........................................3-58 Seabed Temperature and Sulfde Stress Cracking Resistance of Weldable Martensitic 13% Chromium Stainless Steel........................................................5-66 Should Supercritical CO 2 Pipelines Comply With ANSI/NACE MR0175/ ISO 15156? .......................................... 12-60 Vehicle Emission Testing with Corrosion Sensors ...................................................3-48 Welding Consumable Issues on Corrosion of X65QT Steel ......................................8-66 Microbiologically infuenced corrosion A Closer Look at Microbiologically Infuenced Corrosion ............................1-32 Comparing Two Different Types of Anaerobic Copper Biocorrosion by Sulfate- and Nitrate-Reducing Bacteria ..................................................6-66 Mitigation of Biocorrosion in an Urban Solid Waste Treatment Plant ...............6-52 Monitoring Pipelines for Microbiologically Infuenced Corrosion ......................... 12-68 Military Corrosion-Resistant Steel Fixtures for Masonry Walls in Military Buildings ....2-28 Limiting Corrosion Problems Related to Dust-Control Agents ............................2-50 Predicting Corrosion in Military Aircraft..2-58 Preserving CARC with Corrosion-Control Covers ....................................................2-34 Modeling Alternating Current Interference and Alternating Current Corrosion of Pipelines—Part 1 ...................................9-30 Alternating Current Interference and Alternating Current Corrosion of Pipelines—Part 2 ................................ 10-26 Corrosion Control of the Severn Bridge Main Suspension Cables ................... 11-46 Cost Effective Cathodic Protection System for Concrete Structures ........ 11-32 Predicting Corrosion in Military Aircraft..2-58 The Infuence of a Grounding System on Cathodic Protection........................... 12-32 86 DECEMBER 2014 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE NACE INTERNATIONAL: VOL. 53, NO. 12 2014 MP INDEX

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