Development of the new fluoropolymer Ethylene-tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) and severe service environment conditions prompted ETFE’s use as a fabric backed lining laminate in dual-laminate fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) storage tanks – the first ever such use of this fluoropolymer.
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The purpose of this paper will be to: (a) review published literature to characterize and classify speciation related to the types of impurities encountered in opportunity crudes; and (b) describe and categorize published case studies of corrosion in crude unit overhead operations.
A corrosion testing program was performed aimed at evaluating scale dissolver packages to determine which package(s) were least corrosive and acceptable for use in wells constructed with 3Cr80 alloyed steel and L80 13 Cr (API 5CT grade) (1) tubulars.
A 3-week corrosion testing of UNS N06625 was conducted in supercritical fluid at 350°C and 10 bars to simulate a geothermal environment where other alloys had been tested. Some localized corrosion occurred at a rate similar to previous results.