Materials Performance

MAY 2017

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56 MAY 2017 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE NACE INTERNATIONAL: VOL. 56, NO. 5 Mr. Thierr y Cherpillod for his efforts to support this study. References 1 B. He, et al., "Effect of Soil Particle Size on the Corrosion Behavior of Natural Gas Pipeline," Engineering Failure Analysis 58 (2015): pp. 19-30. 2 S. Peng, Z. Zeng, "An Experimental Study on the Internal Corrosion of a Subsea Multi- phase Pipeline," Petroleum 1 (2015): pp. 75- 81. 3 B.F. Al-Daajani, et al., " Thermally Sprayed Alumina Nano-Coating Using the Solution Precursor Plasma Spray System," IJATEMA 1, 1 (2015): pp. 89-95. 4 Y. Huang, D. Ji, "Experimental Study on Sea- water-Pipeline Internal Corrosion Monitor- ing System," Sensors and Actuators B 135 (2008): pp. 375-380. 5 A.A. Farag, A.S. Ismail, M.A. Migahed, "Inhi- bition of CS Corrosion in Acidic Solution Using Some Newly Polyester Derivatives," J. Molecular Liquids 211 (2015): pp. 915-923. 6 E.C. Rios, et al., "Corrosion of AISI 1020 Steel in Crude Oil Studied by the Electrochemical Noise Measurements," Fuel 150 (2015): pp. 325-333. 7 J.L. Dawson, Electrochemical Noise Measure- ment for Corrosion Applications (ASTM STP 1277, 1999). 8 A. Legat, "Monitoring of Steel Corrosion in Concrete by Electrode Arrays and Electrical Resistance Probes," Electrochimica Acta 52 (2007): pp. 7,590-7,598. 9 M. Kouril, et al., "Corrosion Monitoring in Archives by the Electrical Resistance Tech- nique," J. Cultural Heritage 15 (2014): pp. 99- 103. 10 Y. Xu, et al., "Experimental Study on Pipeline Internal Corrosion Based on a New Kind of Electrical Resistance Sensor," Sensors and Actuators B 224 (2016): pp. 37-47. 11 Y. Tan, "Experimental Methods Designed for Measuring Corrosion in Highly Resistive and Inh om ogen e ou s Medi a ," C orros. S ci . 53 (2011): pp. 1,145-1,155. 12 N.M. Alanazi, et al., "Corrosion of Pipeline steel X-60 Under Field-Collected Sludge Deposit in a Simulated Sour Environment," Corrosion 71, 3 (2015): pp. 305-315. 13 S. Richter, L.R. Hilbert, R.I. Thorarinsdottir, "On-line Corrosion Monitoring in Geother- mal District Heating Systems, I—General Corrosion Rates," Corros. Sci. 48 (2006): pp. 1,770-1,778. 14 Al-Taie, et al., "Mideast Site Tests Fiber-Optic Corrosion Monitoring System," Oil & Gas J. 105.1 (2007): pp. 50-55. 15 S. Cauchi, A. Vorozcovs, " Web-Based Con- tinuous Internal Corrosion Monitoring of a Sweet Natural Gas Pipeline," Brazilian Petro- l e u m , Ga s a n d Bi of u e l s In st itu t e — I BP IBP1574_09 (2009). is article was originally published in the Winter 2016 issue of the Saudi Aramco Journal of Technology. Reprinted with permission. BANDER F. ALDAAJANI is a senior lab scientist at Saudi Aramco, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia, email: He evaluates the effectiveness of different corrosion inhibitors and identifies the latest state-of-the-art corrosion monitor- ing technologies. He has an M.Sc. degree in chemical engineering and has been a member of NACE International since 2008. NAYEF M. ALANAZI is a science specialist at the Research & Development Center at Saudi Aramco, email: nayef.anazi@aramco. com. He has more than 17 years of profes- sional experience in materials and corro- sion. His interests are sweet and sour corrosion for the oil and gas industry. He has a Ph.D. in material and science engineering from Sheffield University, United Kingdom, and has been a member of NACE for seven years. A.M. EL-SHERIK is a corrosion science consultant at Saudi Aramco, email: He focuses on corrosion management in crude oil and gas handling and transmission facil- ities. He advanced pipeline corrosion research in black powder, hydrogen induced cracking, and sulfur solubility and deposition. He is regularly invited as a keynote speaker on black powder. He has a Ph.D. in materials and metallurgical engineering. He has authored more than 80 publications, holds seven patents, and is an editor of the Elsevier book, Trends in the Oil and Gas Corrosion Research and Technologies: Production & Transmission. He is a 15-year member of NACE. ABDULLATIF I. ABDULHADI is a senior research consultant at Saudi Aramco. His research areas of interest include wear testing of advanced materials, corrosion monitoring, hydrogen permeation, and materials performance in sour environ- ments. He has an M.S. degree from King Fahad University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. INFORM Congress. INFLUENCE Policy. IMPACT your Industry. NACE Annual Legislative Day June 7 - 8, 2017 | Washington, DC Inform members of Congress of NACE's mission to protect people, assets, and the environment from the adverse effects of corrosion. Registration for the event is free and all NACE members are encouraged to attend. To register and for more information, visit MATERIALS SELECTION & DESIGN

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