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CO2 corrosion Problem

CO2 corrosion Problem

CO2 corrosion Problem


I am working on CO2 corrosion rate prediction. I have been looking for dugstad et al database that they presented in this paper:

A. Dugstad, “Parametric Study of CO2 Corrosion of Carbon Steel,”CORROSION/94, paper no. 14 (Houston, TX: NACE, 1994)

Unfortunately I can't find the paper anywhere online and there is no copy in my school library. Please if anyone has a copy I will appreciate it if I am sent a copy of the result or if anyone knows a site where i can buy it (although i have combed the internet) i will be grateful.

RE: CO2 corrosion Problem

You may find this paper throu' internet search.If not write to NACE , to get it with nominal charges.They're usually proactive.You may find the details in NACE website.

Pradip Goswami,P.Eng.IWE
Welding & Metallurgical Specialist

RE: CO2 corrosion Problem

Go to NACE.org and buy a copy.
They only have them online digital for members going back a couple of years.

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P.E. Metallurgy, Plymouth Tube

RE: CO2 corrosion Problem

FYI: Many NACE documents are free to NACE members. Often it is cheaper to join than buy the document.

RE: CO2 corrosion Problem

Try an interlibrary loan request. It's easy enough to do, someone at your library will may an afilliated library that has a copy. You may have to wait a few days.

RE: CO2 corrosion Problem

One way to get a librarian angry is to fill out an interlibrary loan request, and then never pick it up though.

RE: CO2 corrosion Problem

I love archeology when done by others ...

there are '93, '94 and '95 (maybe more?) versions of the deWaard et al. document with different evolution of the empirical model they developped. Taking the raw model for description of water corrosivity would always lead to very high corrosion rate in CO2 containing systems whichever the temperature is. other factors (condensation rate, flow regimes, wettinh of metal...) have a big impact on corrosion rate of carbon steel by CO2 and other corrosive systems.
other interesting references, maybe more recent ones, are available in Nace online documentations.


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