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Planned operation of natural gas liquefaction units offshore has raised new safety concerns. Technip has run a physical test program to investigate performances of insulation materials as well as developing a test method.
Destructive physical inspection for corrosion under protective coatings post-exposure suggests that significant metal loss may be occurring in the absence of a visual indication and that actual corrosion/material loss does not correlate with the visual inspection data.
New corrosion protective coatings were proposed and long term corrosion tests were performed. These coatings, based on modified polyaniline, showed that hexacyanoferrate improved their anticorrosion properties.
The goal of The Nuclear Energy Agency (NEA) is to assist its member countries in ensuring safety, through regulation and oversight of nuclear installations, and to preserve the scientific and technological knowledge base.