Effect of chemical composition and structure on the resistance of oil pipelines to carbon dioxide corrosion

Ioffe, A. V.; Vyboishchik, M. A.; Trifonova, E. A.; Suvorov, P. V.
July 2010
Metal Science & Heat Treatment;Jul2010, Vol. 52 Issue 1/2, p46
Academic Journal
The mechanism of the influence of alloying of pipe steels with chromium and molybdenum on the development of carbon dioxide corrosion in oil pipelines is described. Corrosion products considerably enriched with alloying elements hinder contact between the metal and the corrosive medium.


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