HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Guide for selecting corrosion resistant materials for the supply, storage, pumping, and injection of water encountered in oilfield operations where external or subsea exposure to saltwater is not a consideration. Historical Document 1991
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HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. External corrosion direct assessment (ECDA) data structure enables integration of data and standardized reporting. Allows transfer between different software or computer systems.
Testing and investigative procedures for evaluation of conventionally reinforced concrete structures. Focus on degradation from corrosion of reinforcing steel.
Asociación Nacional de Ingenieros de Corrosión. (NACE). Evaluación confirmatoria directo de corrosión externa (ECCDA) para tuberías ferrosas enterradas.
In 1998, pipeline operators began to use a instrumented inspection technology that we now know as guided wave testing (GWT), which detects changes in the cross-sectional area of the pipe wall.
Accepted practices for the cathodic protection of those metallic components of effluent clarifiers which are in contact with water. Historical Document 1980
Achieving effective control of external corrosion on buried or submerged metallic piping systems. Design. Coatings. Cathodic protection. Installation. Interference currents. Costs.
The corrosion of reinforcing and prestressing steel in concrete structures caused by stray currents. The history of stray-current corrosion, sources, mechanisms, effects on structures, detection and mitigation.
Control de la corrosión externa en sistemas de tuberías (enterradas o sumergidas) de acero, acero inoxidable, hierro fundido, hierro dúctil, cobre y aluminio
HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Ordering, cleaning, coating, inspecting, handling, transporting & installing steel reinforcing bars. Fusion-bonded epoxy powder coatings by electrostatic spray. For owners, architects, engineers & contractors.
Technologies for on-line monitoring of cooling water systems on a short-term basis (minutes to hours) to provide output to deal with changing conditions in real time. Corrosion rates & changes in heat transfer coefficients with precision and accuracy. Historical Document 1989
HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Acceptable practices for the design, fabrication, installation, and maintenance of steel-cased metallic pipelines. For use by personnel in the pipeline industry.