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However, pitting corrosion was observed. The low general corrosion rates measured were attributed to the natural inhibiting properties of the crude oil.

The corrosion from the steel to the carbon in the sale oil pipage conduction, is a serious problem, due to the material and economical looses they cause, damaging even in some cases the productive field. The purpose of this study is to determine the aggressiveness of the oil’s water layer, polluted with H 2 S gover the steel of pipelines’ construction API 5 L X – 52taking into account the temperature variations which take place during the transportation of the oil, using the electrochemical techniques of polarisation resistance LPR and electrochemical noise.

It is pretended to determine the velocity of steel corrosion in the oil’s water layer polluted with H 2 S through electrochemical techniques. The results of the electrochemical noise spectrums and the values of the localisation? This result was complemented through optic Microscopy which permits to corroborate the poor adherence of the sulphur layers deposited on the metal that increase the appearance of events found with the temperature increase and the concentration of H 2 S in the environment studied.

The effects of artificial aging on the microstructure in the weldment of an API 5 L X – 52 steel pipe were studied. Aging was performed at deg. C over a period of h and values were recorded at every h intervals.

Transmission electron microscopy observations showed precipitation strengthening from nearly circular Nb-C containing nanoparticles for sloda base metal and heat affected zone, and cementite for the weld metal.

The largest amount of precipitation in the weldment zone was obtained at h, due to peak-aging, which showed the highest particle density.

The weld metal was more susceptible to aging, exhibiting the highest increase in precipitation at h, followed by the heat affected zone. After h, the deterioration in the microstructure was caused by the coarsening of particles due to over-aging. The base metal showed the larger increment in particle size after h of aging accompanied by a bigger decrease in fine particles than in the weld metal. The influence of surface reoughness on the corrosion and hydrogen permeation behaviour was evaluated on a type API 5 L steel in dearated 0.

Potentiodynamic polarization curves were emplyed to determine the electrochemical behaviour of the steel, while the Devanathan-Stachurski technique was used to estimate the hydrogen permeation rate. Additionally, the surface roughness profiles were obtained in order to correlate the changes in the hydrogen perkeation rate with different metal surface finishings.

The obtained results clearly demonstrate that when the roughness parameters have larger values, the cathodic current of hydrogen evolution increases while the hydrogen entry rate decreases.

This effect can be attributed to the microstructural defects induced at the steel surface, such as dislocations, which increase the catalytic activity of the atomic hydrogen favouring its recombination.

Also, these defects could allow the atomic hydrogen to remain adsorbed on the steel surface. Both effects could hinder the hydrogen diffusion into the metal since the possibility for this atom of becoming absorbed has been reduced. The influence of surface roughness on the corrosion and hydrogen permeation behaviour was evaluated on a type API 5 L steel in dearated 0.

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Potentiodynamic polarization curves were employed to determine the electrochemical behaviour of the steel, while the Devanathan-Stachurski technique was used to estimate the hydrogen permeation rate. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. The results showed that crack propagation corresponds to the direction of the main stress. For a crack length 2a of For 2a of The samples were exposed by 3, 6, 9, 12 and 15 days to the corrosive solution, in an atmosphere with relative average humidity of The thermal diffusivity measure was carried out using the photoacoustic technique in a heat transmission configuration.

Full Text Available The main objective of the present investigation was to study the susceptibility to hydrogen damage on a type API 5 L X 52 steel welded by electrical resistance. Several techniques, such as hydrogen permeation and cathodic charging were used. The base metal microstructure was very similar to that one corresponding to the welded area. This microstructure was mainly comprised by ferrite and perlite, differing only in the grain size.

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Therefore, the susceptibility to hydrogen damage was similar in both cases. It is worth mentioning that the welded area has very small dimensions. Indeed, the fusion zone is only 5 mm wide while the heat affected zone is 1 mm wide. The hydrogen damage observed was mainly in the form of blisters, which were associated to the presence of aluminum rich inclusions.

Also, it was noticed partial inclusion dissolution and some matrix attack adjacent to the inclusions. Full Text Available The influence of surface roughness on the corrosion and hydrogen permeation behaviour was evaluated on a type Eoetrodo 5 L-X 52 steel in deaerated 0. Additionally, the surface roughness profiles were obtained in order to correlate the changes in the hydrogen permeation rate with different metal surface finishings.

Los resultados obtenidos demuestran, claramente, que, cuando la rugosidad superficial del acero. The present work is a part of an extensive program to make possible the application of API 5 L X80 in pipeline construction in Brazil.

At this stage, the effect of the induction bending process on the microstructure and mechanical properties of the pipe is presented. The pipe was manufactured from a plate produced by thermo-mechanically controlled rolling without accelerated cooling.

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The pipe bending was carried out applying a local induction heating following by water quenching. The bend section, outer and inner curvature regions, of the pipe bend were evaluated and compared with the original pipe.

The longitudinal weld and transition zones were not evaluated at this stage. Dimensional analyses, microstructural evaluation, Charpy-V impact tests, and tensile tests were performed. A significant microstructural change was verified in the bend area. The yield strength of the pipe bend was found to be lower than original pipe and standard requirements.

The manufacturing of high strength ERW pipe, which applies the continuous forming process, is refestido to lead to a relevant economy in a productivity basis. The past few years apodtila a trend of changing on grade range, leetrodo the past X 52 to the present X The manufacturing of the latter grades for coils are somehow difficult due to the high Bauschinger effect observed on ERW pipes with ferritic-perlitic microstructure, that results in pipes with yield strength much lower than in coils, as on limitations on rolling, where controlled rolling is not applied.

In this work, acicular dispersed bainite was searched, in a way to reduce this effect after pipe forming. This paper prescribed the structural integrity of the API 5 L X6 5 pipeline subjected to tensile pre-strain. The effects of pre-strain on revesfido mechanical properties of API 5 L X6 5 pipe sloda substantially investigated through a variety of the experimental procedures.

Axial tensile pre-strain of 1. Tensile test revealed that yield strength and tensile strength were increased with increasing tensile pre-strain. The increasing rate of the yield strength owing to the pre-strain is greater than that of the tensile strength. The structural integrity of the API 5 L X6 5 pipeline subjected to large plastic deformation was evaluated through the fitness-for service code.

The spatial distribution of plastic deformation and grain orientation surrounding hydrogen-induced cracks HIC is investigated in samples of API – 5 L -X46 pipeline steel using scanning electron microscopy and electron backscattering diffraction EBSD. This work shows direct experimental evidence of the influence of microstructure, microtexture and mesotexture on HIC crack path. In the pipeline construction point of view, the use of line pipes API 5 L Grade X80 provide some advantages, however some difficulties must be expected in several stages of the construction and assembly.

H – Dec and the experience consolidated in pipelines construction abroad were presented. At the design stage, a comparison between pipelines designed using API 5 L -X70 and API 5 L -X80 was carried out approaching the aspects of variation of thickness, pressure design and design factor.

An evaluation of the expected gains when choosing API 5 L Grade X80 steels were done, regarding reduction of costs and pipe weight. Regarding API 5 L -X80 pipe fabrication, the obtained results were reported, proving that this aspect was already overcome, showing the viability of its production in Brazil.

To preserve the environment and avoid financial losses resulting from leaks in the transport of natural oil and gas the industry is particularly concerned to ensure the structural integrity of their pipelines.

Grounded pipes may be exposed to damages due to unstable soil movement, and in extreme cases, to failure.

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Then, techniques to assess stress in pipelines are of central importance. The ultrasonic birefringence technique is an efficient method to measure residual stress. It is based on the changing velocity of the shear wave when it crosses a material under stress; this phenomenon is known as acoustoelasticity. The knowledge of the parameter called acoustoelastic constant is necessary to measure stress using this technique.

By the mechanical conformation in the manufacture of welded tubes, from rolled plates, different anisotropy degrees are showed around the cross section of these tubes. In this paper it was studied the acoustoelastic constant for the API – 5 L -X70 steel pipes, with different thicknesses, diameters and manufacturing processes so as to be able to use this technique to stress measurement in pipelines. Full Text Available Under operating conditions, the oil and gas transmission pipelines can be subjected to high pressures and, at the same time, suffer the effect of acidic substances in the transported hydrocarbons such as H2S, whose action alone or combined with stresses acting in the structure can cause degradation processes of the mechanical properties of the material.

Given the importance of the phenomenon, this work has as main objective the realization of hydrogen electrochemical permeation tests in API 5 L X60 and API 5 L X65 steels under mechanical loading conditions. A device for performing electrochemical permeation tests of hydrogen in the specimens subjected to stress was used for the tests. Thus, it was possible to observe experimentally the influence of stress on the diffusion properties during the experiment.

Furthermore, there was a strong influence of the stress level of permeability, because a large increase of permeability of API 5 L X65 steel. The results indicate that the lattice deformation due to imposed mechanical stress has a great influence on the diffusion properties of materials.

The use of high-strength and low-alloy steels, high design factors and increasingly stringent safety requirements have increased the operating pressure levels and, consequently, the need for further studies to avoid and prevent premature pipe failure.

To evaluate the possibility of improving productivity in manual arc welding of this type of steel, this work characterizes the mechanical properties and residual stresses in API 5 L X80 steel welded joints using the SMAW and FCAW processes.

The mechanical properties of the welded joints by both processes were characterized in terms of tensile strength, impact toughness and Vickers microhardness in the welded and shot peening conditions. A predominantly compressive residual stress was found, and shot peening increased the tensile strength and impact toughness in both welded joints. Full Text Available Many are the metallurgical changes suffered by materials when subjected to welding thermal cycle, promoting a considerable influence on the welded structures thermo mechanical properties.

In project phase, one alternative for evaluating the welding cycle variable, would be the employment of computational methods through simulation. During the simulation complex phenomena are considerable including: Variation in physical and mechanical properties of materials as a function of temperature, welding speed and the different mechanisms of heat exchange with the environment convection and radiation were used.

These considerations allow a more robust mathematical modeling for the welding process. So, it was possible to evaluate the effect of each welding pass on the welded joint temperature field, through the temperature peaks and cooling rates values during the welding process. Corrosion study of API 5 L x-series pipeline steels in 3. Pipelines provide convenient and efficient means for mass transportation of variety of fluids, such as oil and gas, over varying distances.

In the last two decades or so, pipeline designers focused mainly on the usage of larger sizes and higher operating pressures for achieving higher transportation efficiency.

This has been accomplished through the provision of steels with progressive increase in yield strength coupled with good weldability and sufficient toughness to restrict crack propagation. In addition to higher strength and toughness, developing pipeline technologies have required improved resistance to corrosion, which has been tried with specific alloy additions and special control over non-metallic inclusions.

This paper describes the apoostila pertaining to corrosion behavior of the steels in 3. It was found that all grades corrode in this solution and their corrosion potentials and corrosion currents are in close vicinity of each other.

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