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Joint Industry Projects (JIP) are industry funded data and model development efforts, designed to find novel, efficient solutions to critical industry problems. Corrosionsource brings you access to over twenty years of cutting edge research and data, widely utilized by leading, global operating companies, materials suppliers and equipment manufacturers. JIP reports encapsulate valuable research data and insights for some of the most vexing corrosion problems in oil and gas production and refining applications.


 
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HyFlux Final Report
The severity of hydrogen charging and the related problem of wet H2S cracking of steels is a problem of current interest. There has been little quantitative work conducted that has related flux measurements to cracking severity. The goal of this research effort was to develop a more comprehensive engineering database and guidelines for categorizing sour environments for hydrogen charging/cracking severity and to show the relative performance of hydrogen flux monitoring equipment under simulated...
 
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Project 2005 A Final Report
This project report provides new engineering data for the following commonly used alloys: 17-4 PH stainless steel (UNS S17400), AISI 316 stainless steel (UNS S31600)and Alloy K-500 (UNS N05500). It was designed to provide a review of available data for these alloys and then develop new sulfide stress cracking (SSC) data from tests conducted under selected conditions of H2S partial pressure, pH and temperature as variables.
 
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Project 2005B Final Report
This project was developed to focus on commonly used materials in subsea applications, including low alloy steels and 13Cr stainless alloys. Sulfide stress cracking testing under constant load (tensile) testing was performed as well as Double Cantilever Beam (DCB) testing. Tests were conducted at a constant partial pressure of H2S but with two different solutions and at ambient (23 C) and lower temperature (5 C). By performing tensile testing, crack initiation behavior was assessed, while DCB ...
 
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CoiledTubing-PhaseII-PartI
This research programs main objectives were to obtain weight loss data for long term applications, coiled tubing life service predictions in specified environments, and to continue the Phase I experience survey to ascertain failure / successes of CT in oilfield environments. Phase I of the research program determined the cracking resistance of CT material in wet H2S environments.
 
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HyFlux Final Report Appendices
The goal of the HyFlux research effort was to develop a more comprehensive engineering database and guidelines for categorizing sour environments for hydrogen charging/cracking severity and to show the relative performance of hydrogen flux monitoring equipment under simulated conditions. These appendices contain all the data and relevant results from this research program.
 
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