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Effect of the temperature on the CO2-corrosion of ni3al
JESUS PORCAYO CALDERON
LORENZO MARTINEZ MARTINEZ DE LA ESCALERA
JORGE JOAQUIN CANTO IBAÑEZ
MAURA CASALES DIAZ
VICTOR MANUEL SALINAS BRAVO
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24-Feb-2015
Carbon dioxide (CO2) corrosion of pipeline steels and equipment has been considered one of the most severe problems in the oil and gas industry. Carbon steels are commonly used for different purposes, because of its competitive cost. However, carbon steel is not the most corrosion resistant material for many environments. The low corrosion resistance of carbon steel is due to its inability to grow a protective oxide layer on its surface that protects it from the aggressiveness of the surrounding environment. It has been demonstrated that carbon steel can be safely operated in very corrosive service conditions if a corrosion control system is properly designed and implemented. However, when these safety precautions fail the consequences can be catastrophic.
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