Describes the use of iron counts as a corrosion monitoring method and some common problems encountered when using this method. Includes sections on sampling, analysis, and interpretation.
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Describes the use of iron counts as a corrosion monitoring method and some problems encountered. Includes sections on sampling, analysis, and interpretation.
Measurement techniques and precautions commonly on underground tanks to determine if compliance with a specific criterion has been achieved.
For corrosion control personnel: Determination of the general condition of a pipeline dielectric coating by measurement of conductance (1/R) on sections of underground pipelines.
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Two methods of evaluating relative carburization resistance of alloys used in ethylene cracking furnace tubes. Standardized data that allows evaluation of tube supplier carburization data.
Historical Document. Two methods of evaluating relative carburization resistance of alloys used in ethylene cracking furnace tubes. Standardized data that allows evaluation of tube supplier carburization data.