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This paper studies the erosion-corrosion performance of 90 ° joints at slug circulation problems for impact with 2, 5, and 10 wt. % sand fines concentrations on AISI 1018 carbon steel making use of quantitative and qualitative evaluations. The experiment was performed under air and water slug circulation having sand fines of 50 µm typical dimension distributed in the shut flow loophole. Sand fines initiate the growth of opening sites in the form of circular, lengthened, and coalescence pits at the joint downstream and the corrosion attack is a lot more apparent with the rise of sand penalties concentration. Another consistent searching for is that reducing and matching deterioration as the primitive reasons for material degradation, the 10 wt. % sand penalties concentration in carrier phase increases the erosion-corrosion rate of carbon steel as much as 93% relative to the 2 wt. % sand fines focus in slug flow.
Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/33081078
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