Builds upon a previous study that compared the corrosion resistance of multiple corrosion resistant alloys in several simulated (marine exhaust) scrubber environments.
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Environmentally assisted cracking of high strength nickle based alloys was investigated in 3.5wt% NaCl under cathodic protection.
An advanced material of nickel-based alloy has been developed for Oil Country Tubular Goods (OCTG ) to be applied in sour conditions to injection of seawater into wells for enhanced oil and gas recovery.
Mill-annealed coupons of UNS N10276, N06022 and N06035 alloys were heat-treated at different times and temperatures, then tested in ASTM G-28A solution followed by internal attack measurement through optical microscope.
This study reviews the localized corrosion performance of corrosion-resistant alloys and high-temperatures alloys containing varying amount of Cr, Mo and W, using both quantitative and surface characterization techniques.
This standard is intended for use by those specifying and installing thin metallic linings (nickel alloy, stainless steel, and titanium) in air pollution control and other process equipment subject to corrosive conditions.
Guidelines for specification writing for handling and installing nickel-based alloy, stainless steel & titanium linings in air pollution control equipment. Materials, design, delivery, storage & handling.