Effect of single-phase flow velocity on corrosion. Mass transfer, differential mass transfer & hydrodynamic shear. For engineers and technicians in laboratory corrosion testing. Experiment design. Protocol. Correlation. Feasibility.
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Test method…to evaluate and compare the corrosion protection that various internal plastic coatings afford oilfield tubular goods…with flowing water at a given velocity under controlled temperatures for a specified period of time. Historical Document 1993
Conducting controlled velocity corrosion tests in the laboratory wherein a corrosive solution may be moved at a known tangential velocity across the face of corrosion test specimens. Historical Document 1972