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    Cathodic and Anodic Protection: Effect of Volatile Corrosion Inhibitors on Cathodic Protection

    Published: December 01, 2018
    Author(s): Khalil M. Abed, Cortec Middle-East, Dubai, United Arab Emirates Calvin R. Pynn, Prydwen International, Inc., Collingwood, Ontario, Canada

    Volatile corrosion inhibitors (VCIs) and cathodic protection (CP) are applied jointly to effectively mitigate corrosion in both the electrolytic and vapor-phase exposures on the soil-side of tank bottoms. The electrochemical characteristics of available VCI...

    Journal article from Materials Performance, Volume 57, No. 12, December 2018 (NACE International)

    Chemical Treatment: Underdeposit Corrosion in Crude Tower Overheads

    Published: December 01, 2018
    Author(s): Sudhakar Mahajanam and Fred Addington, Pinnacle Advanced Reliability Technologies, Pasadena, Texas, USA Amanda Barba, The University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, Texas, USA

    Ammonium chloride (NH4Cl) corrosion is an aggressive form of localized, underdeposit corrosion commonly found in overhead equipment and piping associated with crude units. This happens when ammonia (NH3) and hydrochloric acid (HCl) in the vapor react to form...

    Journal article from Materials Performance, Volume 57, No. 12, December 2018 (NACE International)

    Chemical Treatment: Corrosion Prevention of Stainless Steel in Molten Chloride

    Published: November 01, 2018
    Author(s): Sreya Dutta, Dynalene, Inc., Whitehall, Pennsylvania, USA Animesh Kundu, Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA

    Concentrating solar power (CSP) is an  efficient way of providing renewable  energy but it is still cost-prohibitive.  Molten chloride salts can lower the  cost of these power plants by pushing  their operating temperature  ≥720 °C,...

    Journal article from Materials Performance, Volume 57, No. 11, November 2018 (NACE International)

    Materials Selection and Design: Control of Environmental Degradation of Concrete Power Poles

    Published: November 01, 2018
    Author(s): Abbas Aghajani, Subsea R&D Center, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran Behnaz Aghajani, Department of Civil Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran

    Several factors contribute to degradation  of concrete power poles and  significant funds are expended to  replace them. In this article, the  effects of mechanical activity and corrosion  in the degradation of the concrete  poles...

    Journal article from Materials Performance, Volume 57, No. 11, November 2018 (NACE International)

    Corrosion Management: Nuclear Power Balance of Plant Corrosion Strategies

    Published: November 01, 2018
    Author(s): Graig Cilluffo and Mehul Gandhi, Exelon Nuclear Generation, Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, USA

    Nuclear power plant operators are  chartered to provide safe, reliable,  and cost-effective electricity to millions  of homes. The reliability and  long-term viability of nuclear plants as  infrastructure investments is supported  by...

    Journal article from Materials Performance, Volume 57, No. 11, November 2018 (NACE International)

    Corrosion Management: Corrosion Monitoring of World's Largest Tidal Power Plant

    Published: November 01, 2018
    Author(s): Seung-Kyoung Lee, SK Lee & Associates, Inc., Fairfax, Virginia, USA Bong-Seok Jang, Jeong-Hwan Ahn, and Ki-Cheol Kim, Korea Water Resources Corp., Daejeon, Republic of Korea

    This article presents findings of a  three-year corrosion monitoring study  of the world’s largest reinforced concrete  tidal power plant in South Korea  using 19 sets of commercially available  corrosion sensors. The collected  data...

    Journal article from Materials Performance, Volume 57, No. 11, November 2018 (NACE International)

    How Do We Move into the Future with Bridge Infrastructre from the Past?

    Published: October 01, 2018
    Author(s): Kathy Riggs Larsen

    In the early interstate era, the time when the structures we are driving on  today were designed, there really wasn’t a concept of service life or durability,  says NACE International member David Whitmore, president and chief  innovation officer...

    Journal article from Materials Performance, Volume 57, No. 10, October 2018 (NACE International)

    Leadership Becomes Priority for Future of Corrosion Control

    Published: October 01, 2018
    Author(s): Ben DuBose, MP and CoatinsPro Staff Writer

    As part of its 75th anniversary celebration, NACE International has  spent much of 2018 looking back at the history of corrosion control  and the development of the industry over the past 75 years. Equally  important, however, is where the industry...

    Journal article from Materials Performance, Volume 57, No. 10, October 2018 (NACE International)

    Are you Ready to be a Disruptive Leader?

    Published: October 01, 2018
    Author(s): Michael Goodriend, Goodfriend & Associates

    L ittle Michael Goodfriend would’ve been in trouble if he came home from  elementary school with a note from his teacher. Especially if the note  said that little Michael was disruptive in class that day and was encouraging  his classmates  to...

    Journal article from Materials Performance, Volume 57, No. 10, October 2018 (NACE International)

    Future Trends in Corrosion Control

    Published: October 01, 2018
    Author(s): Drew Hevle, Kinder Morgan

    The future of the corrosion control industry will be influenced by a number  of trends, including changes in regulatory and environmental requirements,  public expectations, and advancements in communications  and electronics. Changes in the energy...

    Journal article from Materials Performance, Volume 57, No. 10, October 2018 (NACE International)