TEG 399X - Evaluation, Testing, and Specifying Coating Materials for Elevated Temperatures for Insulated and Uninsulated Service
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Technology Management Group: C1 - Corrosion Prevention and Control for Concrete, Land Transportation, and Coating Technology
Technology Coordinator: Willis, Brian M.
Program Coordinator: Hall, Sylvia C.
NACE Staff Liaison: Trudy Schreiner
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TEG 399X
Evaluation, Testing, and Specifying Coating Materials for Elevated Temperatures for Insulated and Uninsulated Service
Administered By STG 02
Coatings and Linings, Protective: Atmospheric
TEG 399X
Evaluation, Testing, and Specifying Coating Materials for Elevated Temperatures for Insulated and Uninsulated Service
Sponsored By STG 03
Coatings and Linings, Protective: Immersion and Buried Service
TEG 399X
Evaluation, Testing, and Specifying Coating Materials for Elevated Temperatures for Insulated and Uninsulated Service
Sponsored By STG 04
Coatings and Linings, Protective: Surface Preparation
TEG 399X
Evaluation, Testing, and Specifying Coating Materials for Elevated Temperatures for Insulated and Uninsulated Service
Sponsored By STG 35
Pipelines, Tanks, and Well Casings
TEG 399X
Evaluation, Testing, and Specifying Coating Materials for Elevated Temperatures for Insulated and Uninsulated Service
Organized Under C1
Corrosion Prevention and Control for Concrete, Land Transportation, and Coating Technology
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CORROSION 2010 Conference & Expo
TEG 399X Evaluation, Testing, and Specifying Coating Materials for Elevated Temperatures
C 2010 MinutesMinutes (htm, 34 KB)
CTW - Corrosion Technology Week 2009
STG 02
CTW 2009 AgendaAgenda (htm, 31 KB)
Committee Meeting/Session Resource Type/Size
Tuesday, March 17, 2015
8am - 2:30pm

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

**Sponsored by STG 35 Chair: Joseph Pikas Vice Chair: Robert Winters

This symposium contains technical papers related to the continuing dynamic development of direct assessment processes. Specific topics should focus on the development of new technologies, techniques, or case histories related to external corrosion, internal corrosion, or stress corrosion cracking direct assessment (SCCDA) processes for underground pipelines, plants, and other facilities.**

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
8 - 8:25am

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

Joseph Pikas - ~~Structured Light is not a new technology, but it is new to the pipeline industry. This paper will provide an overview of how the structured light technology works within the direct assessment process regarding time, error, impact on corrosion analysis and how it is now being used as the preferred method for gathering pipeline defect measurements. Hazardous liquid and gas pipeline operators are tasked with the responsibility of complying with regulatory requirements to ensure that field data gathered of pipe and corrosion defects are assessed properly after in-line inspection runs, direct examination or other maintenance activities. Yet too often, the focus has been to hire technicians that are qualified in some tasks, but not experienced in all phases of direct examination, including corrosion, gouges, dents, weld defects, cracks, wrinkle bends, SCC, construction defects, etc. There is a need in the pipeline industry to assess the severity of a particular anomaly (

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
8:25 - 8:50am

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

Fumio Kajiyama - It is widely recognized that at prevailing commercial current frequencies (such as 16-2/3, 50 or 60 Hz) a.c. corrosion is possible, even though cathodic protection level satisfies the ISO standard based on polarized potential. At present, however, there is no consensus about the a.c. corrosion mechanism and a.c. corrosion protection criterion for cathodically protected steel pipelines. Since the first incident of AC corrosion in the mid-1980s, coupons have been used to evaluate AC corrosion likelihood over the last three decades. Although there is a controversy about the opinion that coupon AC current density is the primary factor in determining the AC corrosion likelihood, coupon DC and AC current densities as well as coupon instant off-potential (polarized potential) are responsible for the corrosion process. Based upon the field investigation into cathodically protected steel pipelines under AC interference using the new coupon technology, that is, “Simultaneous

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
8:50 - 9:15am

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

*Sorin Segall, Robert Gummow, Daniel Fingas, John Shore - This paper summarizes the results of ten years of ECDA application on more than 100 projects and includes a number of important lessons learned during the process.   The large majority of the ECDA projects resulted in “clean bills of health” for the assessed pipelines.  The actual number of direct examinations seldom exceeded the minimum number of digs required by NACE Standard SP 0502-2010.   Topics like influence of pipe depth and local soil resistivity in classifying and prioritizing DCVG indications, dealing with reversed gradients, avoiding “double dipping” (i.e. prioritizing non-complimentary severe indications as Immediate Action Required) and dealing with “false” AC corrosion indications are discussed in detail in this paper.   Keywords: ECDA, CIPS, DCVG, DC Coupons. *

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
9:25 - 9:50am

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

Nima Tajallipour, Henk Chin A Lien, Patrick Teevens, Wale Akanni, Amresh Mohan - This paper summarizes the results of a multiphase flow internal corrosion direct assessment (MP-ICDA) which was performed on a header pipeline in the Tambaredjo North West (TNW) oil field of Staatsolie in Suriname. This pipeline has a total length of 4,801 m: with a 10 inch nominal diameter region which is 415 m long and a 14 inch nominal diameter region which is 4,386 m long carrying multiphase crude oil. The pipeline material is carbon steel, API 5L GR.B. ERW, BW, DRL externally coated to TGF 3. The upstream production system in the field consists of producing wells on primary recovery with production lifted by progressive cavity pumps (PCP’s). By the end of 2013 the field had 210 oil producing wells, producing 4600 bfpd /3,216 bopd, with very minimal oxygen contamination in the system. All the production flow from the TNW oilfield is transported through this header pipeline. There are three waterway

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
9:50 - 10:15am

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

*John Nicholson - Combined Close Interval Potential Surveys (CIPS) and Direct Current Voltage Gradient (DCVG) Surveys, combined with GPS time and location stamping for improved accuracy and data integrity.  By combining CIPS and DCVG surveys any spatial errors and each reading can be accurately located from the GPS coordinates.   This paper will explore the effectiveness of combined CIPS and DCVG surveys with GPS data for improved data correlation. *

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
10:15 - 10:40am

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

Musaed AL-Arada, Faisal Al-Refai - To meet business plan of any Process Plant, Mechanical Integrity and Reliability of static equipment/piping is very important. This can be achieved by good management system which is placed to make sure that each element gets properly scheduled and completed at appropriate intervals. Corrosion management system is an integration of various corrosion control methods to achieve mechanical integrity and reliability of static equipment/piping. Corrosion Management System (which is an understating, Identification, Measurement, Monitoring, control and mitigation of different corrosion mechanism within process plants) is a system which is fully integrated with other management systems and play a vital role in achieving excellence in plant Integrity and Reliability. Management of Change (MOC), Risk Based Inspection (RBI) and Integrating Operating Window (IOW) are some of the essential component of such Corrosion Management system. Leak/failure reporting, tr

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
10:40 - 11:05am

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

Dharma Abayarathna, Daniel Powell, James Harrison - An internal corrosion threat assessment was conducted on a gas transmission line before an in line inspection.  Internal corrosion decision tree and available operational data were used for the threat assessment.  The likelihood of water accumulation and time required for residue water evaporation were analyzed.  The results of threat analysis were compared with the findings of the ILI run.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
1 - 1:25pm

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

*Homero Castaneda Lopez, Ayako Yajima, Hernan Rivera, Ximing Li, Lorenzo Martinez, Robert Liang - This is the final series of steps for the development of external corrosion direct assessment modification set by NACE 502 SP 2008 document. The standard includes four steps; we proposed in this modification the first step to include the integration of dynamic behavior of macro-parameters, such as rainfall, water accumulation and drainage, chemistry of the soil, and soil corrosiveness affecting the integrity of the metallic structure. These macro parameters will dictate the most suitable indirect measurement characterizing corrosion and damage evolution. Real time macro-modeling in combination with indirect and in line inspection were used to build probability and statistical models and locate the highest risk areas based on corrosion phenomenon. This work aims to provide the modified methodology based on a case study of a buried pipeline that is 110 km (68.35 miles) in length and 457.2 *

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
1:25 - 1:50pm

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

Richard Norsworthy - There are many types of pipeline coatings that have been used on pipelines around the world.  Some are no longer used for various reasons, but new ones are being developed to meet the demands of the changing environments in which pipelines are being used.  The most significant test and evaluation for any coating is actual field data after several years of service.  This paper will compare generic types of field applied coatings by discussing the advantages and disadvantages of each type to give the end users criteria for selection such coating systems.  The types of field applied coatings that will be discussed are two part epoxies, mesh backed tapes, solid film backed tapes, shrink sleeves, Fusion Bonded Epoxy (FBE) and visco-elastic tapes.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015
1:50 - 2:15pm

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

Behzad Bavarian, Lisa Reiner, Boris Miksic - Effectivenesses of commercially available vapor corrosion inhibitors (VCI) were investigated to combat corrosion under insulation (CUI). A laboratory corrosion cell set-up was designed and constructed to investigate protection of corrosion under insulation (CUI) on a pipe section using vapor phase corrosion inhibitors. The CUI corrosion test cell consisted of a three feet four inch carbon steel pipe wrapped by insulation and covered with galvanized steel.  One corrosion cell was used as the control while the other two setups were used to monitor vapor phase corrosion inhibitors. Corrosion measurements were made using both electrochemical potential and polarization resistance data collection under isothermal and cyclic wet/dry test conditions (GM test protocol for cyclic corrosion tests). These test setup was used to successfully simulate CUI in the laboratory environment, monitor the degree of wetness of the pipe surface, evaluate the de

Thursday, March 19, 2015
9 - 11am

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

Joint Meeting STG 02,03, 04 Coatings & Linings, Protective-Atmospheric, Immersion & Buried Service, Surface Preparation

Thursday, March 19, 2015
9 - 11am

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

Joint Meeting STG 02,03, 04 Coatings & Linings, Protective-Atmospheric, Immersion & Buried Service, Surface Preparation

Thursday, March 19, 2015
9 - 11am

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

Joint Meeting STG 02,03, 04 Coatings & Linings, Protective-Atmospheric, Immersion & Buried Service, Surface Preparation

Thursday, March 19, 2015
9:30 - 11:30am

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

STG 05/35

Thursday, March 19, 2015
11am - 12pm

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

**Corrosion Prevention and Control for Concrete, Land Transportation, and Coating Technology

Chair: Brian Willis.**

Thursday, March 19, 2015
1 - 2pm

CORROSION 2015 Conference & Expo
Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center
Sunday, March 15, 2015 - Thursday, March 19, 2015

Joint Meeting with STG 02/ TEG 311X / TG 148

NACE MR0175/ISO 15156 – historical background to CRA application limits
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