Materials Performance

MAY 2015

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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62 MAY 2015 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE NACE INTERNATIONAL: VOL. 54, NO. 5 FIGURE 6 XRD analysis of corrosion product scale on L245 steel at 80% water cut. 4 M. Wicks, J.P. Fraser, "Entrainment of Water by Flowing Oil," MP 14, 5 (1975): pp. 9-12. 5 Jiyong Cai, S. Nes ˘ic ´ , "Modeling of Water Wet- ting in Oil-Wetting Pipe Flow," CORROSION 2004, paper no. 04663 (Houston, TX: NACE, 2004). Continued f rom page 61 6 K.D. Efird, " The Crude Oil Effect on Steel Corrosion Wettability Preference and Brine Chemistr y," CORROSION 2004, paper no. 04366 (Houston, TX: NACE, 2004). 7 R . Villalba, K. Bello, "Crude Oil Effect on Corrosive Potential at Pirital-Santa Barbara O i l f i e l d No r t h D i st r i c t i n Ve n e z u e l a ," CORROSION 2006, paper no. 06379 (Hous- ton, TX: NACE, 2006). 8 A. Dugstad, "Mechanism of Protective Film Formation During CO 2 Corrosion of Carbon Steel," CORROSION/98, paper no. 31 (Hous- ton, TX: NACE, 1998). 9 S.Q. Guo, et al., "Chemical Analysis of the Ini- tial Corrosion Layer on Pipeline Steels in Simul at ed C O 2 - Enh a n c e d O i l R e c o v er y Brines," Corros. Sci. 65 (2012): pp. 397-404. 10 T. Muraki, et al., "Effects of Chromium Con- tent Up to 5% and Dissolved Oxygen on CO 2 Corrosion," CORROSION 2002, paper no. 272 (Houston, TX: NACE, 2002). 11 T. Muraki, et al., "Development of 3% Chro- mium Pipeline Steel ," CORROSION 2003, paper no. 117 (Houston, TX: NACE, 2003). 12 M.B. Kermani, et al., "In-Field Corrosion Per- formance of 3% Cr Steels in Sweet and Sour Downhole Production and Water Injection," CORROSION 2004, paper no. 111 (Houston, TX: NACE, 2004). 13 C.F. Chen, et al., "Effect of Chromium on the Pitting Resistance of Oil Tube Steel in a Car- bon Dioxide Corrosion System," Corrosion 61 (2005): pp. 594-601. Tis article is based on CORROSION 2014 paper no. 3846, presented in Houston, Texas. LIANG WEI is a Ph.D. student at the Uni- versity of Science and Technology Beijing, 30 Xueyuan Rd., Haidian District, Beijing 100083, China, e-mail: His research mainly focuses on the corro- sion behaviors of steels under CO 2 and supercritical CO 2 conditions. XIAOLU PANG is an associate professor at the University of Science and Technology Beijing, e-mail: His research primarily focuses on the prep- aration of nano-film and property charac- terization, material surface modification, and biological friction corrosion. KEWEI GAO is a professor at the Univer- sity of Science and Technology Beijing, e-mail: Her research focuses on corrosion and corrosion protec- tion, materials service performance evalu- ation, materials surface technology, stress corrosion cracking, and hydrogen-induced cracking. e BOOK We're busy updating our extensive library of NACE Press books so you can beneft from the convenience of an electronic version! Look for this symbol on your favorite title and take advantage of pure portability! Select titles now available! MATERIALS SELECTION & DESIGN

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