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CORROSION/2004 TECHNICAL SYMPOSIA INDEX

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Specific Technology Group 01 - Concrete and Rebar
Specific Technology Group 02 - Protective Coatings and LiningsAtmospheric
Specific Technology Group 03 - Protective Coatings and LiningsImmersion/Buried
Specific Technology Group 05 - Cathodic/Anodic Protection
Specific Technology Group 07 - Computer Applications
Specific Technology Group 10 - Nonmetallic Materials of Construction
Specific Technology Group 11 - Water Treatment
Specific Technology Group 30 - Oil and Gas ProductionCathodic Protection
Specific Technology Group 31 - Oil and Gas ProductionCorrosion and Scale Inhibition
Specific Technology Group 32 - Oil and Gas ProductionMetallurgy
Specific Technology Group 34 - Petroleum Refining and Gas Processing
Specific Technology Group 35 - Pipelines, Tanks, and Well Casings
Specific Technology Group 36 - Process IndustryChemicals
Specific Technology Group 38 - Process IndustryPulp and Paper
Specific Technology Group 40 - Aerospace/Military
Specific Technology Group 41 - Energy Generation
Specific Technology Group 44 - Marine Corrosion and Transportation
Specific Technology Group 46 - Building Systems
Specific Technology Group 60 - Corrosion Mechanisms
Specific Technology Group 61 - Corrosion and Scaling Inhibition
Specific Technology Group 62 - Science and Engineering Applications and Methods of
Corrosion Monitoring and Measurement

Specific Technology Group 01


CONCRETE AND REBAR
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New Concepts for the Cathodic Protection of Reinforced Concrete Structures (TEG 043X)

Specific Technology Group 02


PROTECTIVE COATINGS AND LININGSATMOSPHERIC
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particular symposium.
Offshore Coating Technology (STG 02)
Thermal Spray - Getting It on So It Will Stay, Providing Corrosion Protection (TEG 255X)

Specific Technology Group 03


PROTECTIVE COATINGS AND LININGSIMMERSION/BURIED
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Pipeline and Immersion Coating Solutions to World Wide Corrosion Problems (STG 03)
Offshore Coating Technology (STG 03)
Thermoplastic Liners for Oilfield Pipelines (TEG 225X)

Specific Technology Group 05


CATHODIC/ANODIC PROTECTION
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Cathodic Protection Criteria and Application (STG 05)

Specific Technology Group 07


COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
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particular symposium.
Corrosion, Computers and the Web (STG 07)

Specific Technology Group 10


NONMETALLIC MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION
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particular symposium.
Managing Corrosion with Plastics (TEG 191X)

Specific Technology Group 11


WATER TREATMENT
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particular symposium.
Stressed-Assisted Corrosion of Boiler Tubes (TEG 163X)
Advances and New Technology in Cooling, Boiler and Waste Water Treatments (STG 11)

Specific Technology Group 30


OIL AND GAS PRODUCTIONCATHODIC PROTECTION
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particular symposium.
Cathodic Protection in Naval Waters (STG 30)

Specific Technology Group 31


OIL AND GAS PRODUCTIONCORROSION AND SCALE INHIBITION
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particular symposium.
Mineral Deposit Control in Oil and Gas Production (TEG 071X)
CO2 Corrosion in Oil and Gas Production (TEG 059X)
Control of Problematic Microorganisms in Oil and Gas Field Operations (TEG 286X)
Predicting Internal Corrosion in Oil and Gas Production Systems (TEG 201X)
Corrosion Related Issues in Oil and Gas Production Systems Resulting From the Presence of
H2S and Other Sulfur Containing Compounds (TEG 282X)

Specific Technology Group 32


OIL AND GAS PRODUCTIONMETALLURGY
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particular symposium.
10 Years of Deepwater Experience - What Have We Learned (STG 32)
Materials Design for Oil and Gas Field Application (STG 32)

Specific Technology Group 34


PETROLEUM REFINING AND GAS PROCESSING
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particular symposium.
Refining Industry Corrosion (TEG 205X)
Corrosion in Gas Treating (TEG 113X)

Specific Technology Group 35


PIPELINES, TANKS, AND WELL CASINGS
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AC Corrosion Mechanisms and Control (STG 35)
Pipeline Integrity (STG 35)
Direct Assessment (STG 35)

Specific Technology Group 36


PROCESS INDUSTRYCHEMICALS
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particular symposium.
Corrosion in Supercritical Water Systems (TEG 121X)
Process Industry Corrosion in the New Millennium - Part III (STG 36)

Specific Technology Group 38


PROCESS INDUSTRYPULP AND PAPER
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particular symposium.
Corrosion in the Pulp and Paper Industry (STG 38)

Specific Technology Group 40


AEROSPACE/MILITARY
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particular symposium.
The Effects of Corrosion on the Life-Cycle Costs of Military Assets (STG 40)
Advances and Future Directions in Military Coating Systems (STG 40)

Specific Technology Group 41


ENERGY GENERATION
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particular symposium.
Advances in Materials and Corrosion Control in Fossil Fuels Conversion and Combustion
(TEG 183X)
Corrosion in Nuclear Systems (TEG 224X)

Specific Technology Group 44


MARINE CORROSION AND TRANSPORTATION
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particular symposium.
Marine Corrosion (STG 44)

Specific Technology Group 46


BUILDING SYSTEMS
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particular symposium.
Reliable and Secure Potable and Fire Protection Systems in Buildings (TEG 156X, TEG 159X)
Maintaining Building Systems Integrity (STG 46)

Specific Technology Group 60


CORROSION MECHANISMS
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particular symposium.
Environmentally Assisted Cracking (TEG 186X)
Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (TEG 187X)
Effects of Flow on Corrosion (TEG 213X)

Specific Technology Group 61


CORROSION AND SCALING INHIBITION
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particular symposium.
Green Corrosion/Scale Inhibitors (TEG 184X)
Reviews on Corrosion Inhibitor Science and Technology - III (TEG 094X)

Specific Technology Group 62


SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS AND METHODS OF CORROSION
MONITORING AND MEASUREMENT
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particular symposium.
Plant and Field Applications of Electrochemical Noise Monitoring (TEG 099X)
Hydrogen Permeation Measurement and Monitoring (TEG 108X)
Advances in Electrochemical Techniques for Measuring Corrosion (TEG 097X)

Pipeline and Immersion Coating Solutions to World Wide Corrosion Problems


Sponsored by STG 03 on Protective Coatings and Linings - Immersion/Buried
Symposium Chair: Eric J. Aulicino, Tyco Adhesives; Vice Chair: Gerald G. Holton Jr., Dominion
Transmission
Internal Vessel Lining Strategy for a Major Oil Company - 04034
Gregory Ruschau and Gerhardus H. Koch, CC Technologies; Maher Nour, Sante Fe Company
Excellent Pipeline Coatings Require Excellent Pipeline Substrates - 04035
David Norman, David Norman Corrosion Control
Organic Coatings Aging Consequences on Under CP Buried Pipelines Corrosion Protection,
Part 1: Real Coating Specimens - 04036
Xavier Campaignolle, Michel Meyer, and Fabrice Bernard, Gaz de France; Stephane Gastaud
The Design and Performance of Polymeric Anode, Cathodic Protection Systems on Burmed
LPG Bullet Tanks and on Above Ground Storage Tank Bottoms - 04037
Robin John, TYCO Electronics; K.B. Singh, Tyco Adhesives
Pipeline Coatings for Harsh Environments - 04038
Ali Noor Moosavi and Saleh Al-Bufalah, ADCO
Enlargement of the Process Window during the Application of Passive Corrosion Protection
Systems with a Newly Developed Adhesive - 04039
Ralf Summ, Tyco Adhesives; Holger Pareidt, FFI

Reliable and Secure Potable and Fire Protection Systems in Buildings


Sponsored by Committee TEG 156X on Corrosion and Corrosion Control of Potable Water Systems
Used in Buildings and Corrosion and TEG 159X on and Deposit Control in Building Fire Protection
Systems. This TEG is administered by STG 46.
Symposium Chair: Vincent F. Hock, US Army ERDC-CERL; Vice Chair: Mark D. Brooks, Illinois State
Water Survey
Waterborne CBR Agent Building Protection - 04508
Vincent F. Hock, Vicki L. Van Blaricum, Sondra G. Cooper, Justin Kleinschmidt, and Mark Ginsberg,
US Army ERDC-CERL; Ernest Lory, Naval Facilities Engineering Center
On-Line Real Time Water Distribution System Models - 04509
Vicki L. Van Blaricum and Vincent F. Hock, US Army ERDC-CERL; Svend Strunge and Janus
Christiansen, Seven Technologies AS
Some Recent Failures of Fire Sprinkler System Components: Corrosion Case Histories - 04511
Richard I. Garber and Durgam G. Chakrapani, MEI Charlton Inc.
Corrosion and Microbiological Control in Firewater Sprinkler Systems - 04512
Helmut H. Brugman, SurTech Corporation

Stressed-Assisted Corrosion of Boiler Tubes


Sponsored by Committee TEG 163X on Failure Analysis Boiler Waterside. This TEG is administered
by STG 11.
Symposium Chair: Mel J. Esmacher, GE Betz; Vice Chair: K. Anthony Selby, Water Technology
Consultants Inc.
An Overview of Stressed-Assisted Corrosion in the Pulp and Paper Industry - 04513
W.B.A. (Sandy) Sharp, Mead, Westvaco Corporation
Stress-Assisted Corrosion in Recovery Boilers - 04514
Robert E. Hargrave and Mel J. Esmacher, GE Betz; Norris Johnston, Hercules
Case Histories of Stress-Assisted Corrosion in Boilers - 04516
Paul Desch, James J. Dillon, and Steef H.M. Vrijhoeven, Nalco
An Experience with Detection and Assessment of SAC in a Recovery Boiler - 04517
Steven J. Pawel, Adam W. Willoughby, and Hu F. Longmire, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Preet
Mohinder Singh, Institute of Paper Science & Technology
Stress Assisted Corrosion Simulation in a Laboratory - 04518
Preet Mohinder Singh, Institute of Paper Science & Technology; Jorge Perdomo, Smurfit-Stone
Container; Jamshad Mahmood and Pablo Conde, Georgia Institute of Technology
Stress-Assisted Corrosion: Case Histories - 04520
Ewa Labuda and Robert D. Bartholomew, Sheppard T. Powell Associates

Corrosion in the Pulp and Paper Industry


Sponsored by STG 38 on Process Industry - Pulp and Paper
Symposium Chair: Dave Christie, Bacon Donaldson; Vice Chair: Angela Wensley, Angela Wensley
Engineering Inc.
Stress Corrosion Cracking Susceptibility of Composite Tube Alloys in Simulated Kraft
Recovery Boiler Environment - 04244
Joseph R. Kish and Douglas L. Singbeil, Paprican; James R. Keiser, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Corrosion Prevention and Passivation of Carbon Steel in Modern Cooking Environments 04245
Casimir Svensson and Martti Pulliainen, Savcor Process Oy; Martti K. Huttunen, Savcor Consulting
Inc.
Corrosion Prevention during Acid Cleaning in Digesters and Evaporators - 04246
Jorge Perdomo, Smurfit-Stone Container; Preet Mohinder Singh, Institute of Paper Science &
Technology; Pablo Conde and Jamshad Mahmood, Georgia Institute of Technology
Corrosion in Alkaline Pulping Liquors - 04248
Angela Wensley, Angela Wensley Engineering Inc.
Experience with Duplex Stainless Steel Kraft Digesters - 04249
Angela Wensley, Angela Wensley Engineering Inc.
Corrosion in Secondary Effluent Treatment Systems - 04250
Dave Christie and Craig Reid, Bacon Donaldson
Performance of Materials in Black Liquor Gasification Environments - 04251
James R. Keiser, Bruce A. Pint, Peter F. Tortorelli, James G. Hemrick, Roberta Peascoe, and
Camden R. Hubbard, Oak Ridge National Laboratories

Cathodic Protection Criteria and Application


Sponsored by STG 05 on Cathodic/Anodic Protection
Symposium Chair: Whitt L. Trimble, Vice Chair: Jeffrey L. Didas, Colonial Pipeline Company
Cathodic Protection of a Well Grounded Tank Farm and Pump Station in Columbia, S.A. 04040
Earl L. Kirkpatrick, ELK Engineering Associates Inc.; Juan Carlos Pachon, Tecnologia Total Ltda.;
Domingo Rojas Lopez and Miguel Alberto Ramirez Suarez, Ecopetrol SA
Performance of High Potential Magnesium Anodes: Factors Affecting Efficiency - 04044
Mark Yunovich, CC Technologies
Cathodic Protection Current Requirements for Electrical Grounding Materials - 04045
Robert A. Gummow, Corrosion Service Co. Ltd.
Corrosion Protection of Ductile Iron Pipe - 04046
David H. Kroon, Dale Donald Lindemuth, Sheri L. Sampson and Terry Vincenzo, Corrpro Companies
Inc.
New CP Maintenance Concept for Buried Steel Pipelines - Current Density-based CP Criteria,
and On-line Surveillance System for CP Rectifiers - 04047
Yuji Hosokawa and Fumio Kajiyama, Tokyo Gas Co. Ltd.
Reinforcement on the Cathodic Protection System of Subsea Pipelines and Risers Located in
the Northeast Marine Region of Mexico - 04048
Alvaro Graniel-Romero and Francisco Rivera-Dabur, PEMEX, CTO
Well Casing Cathodic Protection Utilizing Pulse Current Technology - 04049
Jerry Bauman, Cimarron Integrity Ltd.
Telluric Currents and Their Effect on Cathodic Protection of Pipelines - 04050
David Boteler, Geological Survey of Canada
Solutions to Interference on Irrigation Pivot Wheels - 04053
Steve Atkinson, Panhandle Eastern Pipeline
CP Systems for Steel Reinforces Concrete Bridges - 04054
Sophie J. Bullard, Stephen D. Cramer, Bernard S. Covino Jr., Gordon R. Holcomb, and Malgorzata
Ziomek-Moroz, U.S. Department of Energy; Steven Soltesz, Oregon Dept. of Transportation

AC Corrosion Mechanisms and Control


Sponsored by STG 35 on Pipelines, Tanks and Well Casings
Symposium Chair: Mark Yunovich, CC Technologies; Vice Chair: Robert G. Wakelin, Correng
Consulting Services Inc.
Investigation and Mitigation of AC Corrosion on a 300 MM Natural Gas Pipeline - 04205
Robert G. Wakelin, Correng Consulting Services Inc.; Christopher Sheldon, Niagara Mohawk
AC Corrosion: Corrosion Rate and Mitigation Requirements - 04206
Mark Yunovich and Neil G. Thompson, CC Technologies
Laboratory Testing on the Influence of Alternated Current on Steel Corrosion - 04208
Marco Ormellese, Sara Goidanich, Luciano Lazzari, Mariapia Pedeferri, and Fabio Bolzoni,
Politecnico di Milano
AC Corrosion on a Pipeline Located in a HVAC Utility Corridor - 04209
Harry R. Hanson, Bay Engineering Co. Inc.; Jack Smart, Packer Engineering Inc.
Testing and Mitigation of AC Corrosion on 8" Line: A Field Study - 04210
Roger Dale Floyd, Koch Pipeline
AC Induced Corrosion in Pipelines: Detection, Characterization and Mitigation - 04211
Lars Vendelbo Nielsen and K.V. Nielsen, MetriCorr ApS; Bent Baumgarten, HNG I/S; Henrik
Breuning-Madsen, University of Copenhagen; Peter Cohn, DONG AS; Henrik Rosenberg, Balslev
Consulting Engineers AS
Modeling Electromagnetic Induction in Pipelines - 04212
Larisa Trichtchenko, Geological Survey of Canada
Effects of Current Unbalance and Transmission Line Configuration on the Interference Levels
Induced on Nearby Pipelines - 04213
Yexu Li and Farid P. Dawalibi, Safe Engineering Services & Technology

Mineral Deposit Control in Oil and Gas Production


Sponsored by Committee TEG 071X on Mineral Scale-Related Issues in Oil and Gas Production.
This TEG is administered by STG 31.
Symposium Chair: John L. Przybylinski, Baker Petrolite Corp.; Vice Chair: Mike C. Cushner, Dow
Chemical
The Advent of a Truly Oil Soluble Scale Inhibitor Squeeze Chemical - 04384
Jonathan J. Wylde, Clariant Oil Services
Field Application of an Emulsified Scale Inhibitor System to Mitigate Calcium Carbonate Scale
in a Sandstone Reservoir in Saudi Arabia: Field Monitoring and the Impact of Descaling
Treatment - 04385
Hisham A. Nasr-El-Din, H.A. Al-Saiyari, Mohamed K. Hashem and George Bitar, Saudi Aramco
LR&DC; Jack D. Lynn, CORELab
Non-Aqueous Squeeze Treatments in Sandstones: Core Flood Studies and Modeling - 04386
Hua Guan, Ken S. Sorbie, Heriot-Watt University; Mingdong Yuan and Kevyn Smith, Baker Petrolite
Enhanced Scale Inhibitor Performance through Utilization of End Capped Technology - 04387
Niall Fleming, Gillian Ross, and Claire Hobden, MI Production Chemicals
A "Totally Contained" Squeeze Simulation Approach and Squeeze Modeling - 04388
Amy T. Kan, Gongmin Fu, and Mason B. Tomson, Rice University; Musaed Al-Thubaiti, Saudi
Aramco
Scale Control within North Sea Chalk/Limestone Reservoirs: The Challenge of Understanding
and Optimizing Chemical Placement Methods and Retention Mechanism: Laboratory to Field 04389
Myles Jordan and Karsten Sjursaether, Ondeo Nalco Energy Services; Ian Collins, BP Exploration
Operating Co.
The Temperature and Ionic Strength Dependence of the Solubility Product Constants of Acidic
Calcium and Ferrous Phosphonate Phases - 04390
Musaed Al-Thubaiti, Saudi Aramco; Amy T. Kan and Mason B. Tomson, Rice University
Using In-Situ AFM for Analysis of Scaling Processes in Carbonate Systems - 04392
Ole K. Risnes, Anne Neville, and Rejane Dastillung, Heriot-Watt University
Influence of Mg2+ on the Kinetics and Crystal Morphology of CaCO3 Scale Formation on the
Metal Surface and in Bulk Solution - 04393
Tao Chen and Anne Neville, Heriot-Watt University; Mingdong Yuan, Baker Petrolite
Scale Inhibitor Developments Providing Mitigating Benefits Against Mineral Scale Deposition
in Platform Oil Processing Equipment Operating on Canada's Atlantic Coast - 04395
Mike Gregg, Sandy Oates, John L. Przybylinski, and Hartley H. Downs, Baker Petrolite
Laboratory Evaluation Study of Scale Inhibitors for West Kuwait Oil Fields Injection System 04396
AbdulHameed Al-Hashem and John A. Carew, Kuwait Institute of Scientific Research; Amal Al-Borno,
Charter Coating Service

Calcium Sulfate Scale: Field Tests and Model Predictions - 04397


Krishnam U.G. Raju and Hisham A. Nasr-El-Din, Saudi Aramco
A Critical Matrix for Classification of Determining Parameters on Scale Precipitation in Water
Injection Projects - 04398
Mendez Milagros and Luis Torres, PDVSA Intevep

Corrosion in Supercritical Water Systems


Sponsored by Committee TEG 121X on Corrosion of Materials in High-Temperature, High-Pressure
Liquid Environments. This TEG is administered by STG 36.
Symposium Chair: Ronald M. Latanision, Exponent; Vice Chair: Juergen Konys, Institut fur
Materialforschung III
Critical Issues in Understanding Corrosion and Electrochemical Phenomena in Super Critical
Aqueous Media - 04484
Digby D. Macdonald, Pennsylvania State University
SCC Properties of Metals under Supercritical Water Cooled Power Reactor Conditions - 04485
Yumiko Tsuchiya, Norihisa Saito, and Akio Shioiri, Toshiba Corp.; Shigeki Kasahara and Kumiaki
Moriya, Hitachi Ltd.
Supercritical Steam in Power Production - A Materials Review - 04486
Gordon R. Holcomb, Bernard S. Covino Jr., Sophie J. Bullard, Stephen D. Cramer, and Malgorzata
Ziomek-Moroz, U.S. Department of Energy; David E. Alman, US Bureau of Mines
Compatibility of Ni Base Alloys with Supercritical Water Applications: Aging Effects on
Corrosion Resistance and Mechanical Properties - 04487
Yutaka Watanabe and Yuzo Daigo, Tohoku University; Katsuo Sugahara and Takeshi Isobe,
Mitsubishi Materials Co. Ltd.
Improved Compatibility of a New Ni Base Alloy with Supercritical Water Applications:
Beneficial Effects of Ta Addition on Corrosion Resistance and Aging Susceptibility - 04489
Katsuo Sugahara and Takeshi Isobe, Mitsubishi Materials Co. Ltd.; Yuzo Daigo and Yutaka
Watanabe, Tohoku University
Corrosion Potential Fluctuations and Polarization Resistance Measurements on High
Subcritical and Supercritical Water Oxidation Environment - 04491
Hiroyuki Inoue, Yasuaki Maeda, and Takeyuki Mizuno, Osaka Prefecture University
Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking of Iron and Nickel-base Austenitic Alloys in
Supercritical Water - 04492
Gary S. Was, Sebastian Teysseyre, and Joshua McKinley, University of Michigan
Corrosion Resistance and Cracking Susceptibility of 316L Stainless Steel in Sulfuric AcidContaining Supercritical Water - 04493
Yutaka Watanabe, Horoshi Abe, and Yuzo Daigo, Tohoku University; Takashi Nishida, Japan
Chemical Innovation Institute
Corrosion in SCWO Plants Processing Chlorinated Substances: Aspects of Corrosion
Mechanisms and Kinetics for Binary Ni-Cr Alloys - 04496
Juergen Konys, J. Novotny, and J. Hausselt, Institut fur Materialforschung III; C Schroer, FZ
Karlsruhe GmbH
Advanced Techniques for High Temperature Electrochemical and Corrosion Studies - 04497
Serguei Lvov, Pennsylvania State University

Advances in Materials and Corrosion Control in Fossil Fuels Conversion and


Combustion
Sponsored by Committee TEG 183X on Fossil Fuel Combustion and Conversion. This TEG is
administered by STG 41.
Symposium Chair: Larry D. Paul, Thyssen Krupp VDM USA Inc.; Vice Chair: Vilupanur A. Ravi,
California State Polytechnic University
Fireside Corrosion under Iron Sulfide and Chloride Rich Deposits - 04521
Wate T. Bakker, EPRI; Jeffrey Lee Blough, FirstEnergy Corp.; Werner S. Weitz, Foster Wheeler
Development Corp.
Fireside Corrosion and Erosion/Corrosion Protection in Coal-Fired Boilers - 04522
George Y. Lai, Welding Services
Performance of Weld Overlay Materials in a Simulated Coal Fired Combustion Environment 04523
Larry D. Paul, Arnold Clark, and Michael Eckhardt, Thyssen Krupp VDM GmbH; John N. Dupont,
Ryan Deacon, and Arnold R. Marder, Lehigh University
Performance of Alloy 353 MA (UNS S35315) in Fossil Fuel Fired Applications - 04525
Jason Wilson, James C. Kelly, and Timothy Carney, Rolled Alloys; Bo Ivarsson, AvestaPolarit AB
Corrosion Resistance of Alloy 740 as Superheater Tubing in Coal Fired Ultra Supercritical
Boilers - 04526
Brian A. Baker and Gaylord D. Smith, Special Metals Corporation
High Temperature Electrochemical Corrosion Rate Probes for Combustion Environments 04528
Bernard S. Covino Jr., Sophie J. Bullard, Stephen D. Cramer, Gordon R. Holcomb, and Malgorzata
Ziomek-Moroz, U.S. Department of Energy; Russell D. Kane, Dawn C. Eden, and David A. Eden,
InterCorr International Inc.
Long-Term Oxidation Commercial Alloys in PO2's of 0.001 - 1 atma, at Temperatures of 200 1,150C and After 20,000 Hr - 04529
Randy C. John, Shell Global Solutions US; Ian G. Wright, ORNL
The Long-Term Performance of Model Austenitic Alloys in Humid Air - 04530
Bruce A. Pint, Oak Ridge National Lab
Initial High Temperature Oxidation Data in Steam CO2 in Support of the ZEST Process - 04531
Ian G. Wright, Y. Zhang, and Bruce A. Pint, Oak Ridge National Lab; R. Bishop, Applied
Technologies
Influence of Steam on Sulfidation Corrosion in Petroleum Refining, Pulp/Paper, and
Petrochemical Conditions - 04532
Randy C. John, Shell Global Solutions US
Studies on the Local Reactions of Alkali Chloride Particles on Metal Surfaces - 04533
Sung Chul Cha and Michael Spiegel, Max Planck Institute

Corrosion of Stainless Steel in Simulated Solid Oxide Fuel Cell Interconnect Environments 04534
Malgorzata Ziomek-Moroz, Stephen D. Cramer, Bernard S. Covino Jr., Gordon R. Holcomb, and
Sophie J. Bullard, US Dept. of Energy; Prabhakar Singh, Pacific Northwest National Lab
Life Evaluation of ZrO2/Ni Base Alloy Plasma Jet Coating Systems in High Efficiency WTE
Boiler Superheaters - 04535
Yuuzou Kawahara, Yuji Nakagawa, Toshio Sakurada, Hiroki Kamakura, and Masaharu Kira,
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Ltd.; Yukio Imaizumi, Kyusyu Electric Power Co. Ltd.

Maintaining Building Systems Integrity


Sponsored by STG 46 on Building Systems
Symposium Chair: Helmut H. Brugman, SurTech Corporation; Vice Chair: Clive C. Ling, The Metro
Group Inc.
Protection of Seasonally Operated HVAC Equipment Used in Commercial-Institutional
Systems - 04318
Edward S. Beardwood, Ashland Canada Inc.; Joanne Kuchinski, Ashland Chemical Co.
Field Demonstration of Green Chemistry at a Military Base Cooling Tower - 04319
Helmut H. Brugman, SurTech Corporation; Vincent F. Hock, US Army ERDC-CERL
The Development of a Reproducible Screening Method to Determine the Mechanisms and
Effects of Organic Acids and Other Contaminants on the Corrosion of Aluminum-Finned
Copper-Tube Heat Exchanger Coils - 04321
Richard A. Corbett, Corrosion Testing Labs Inc.
A Multi-Discipline Approach to Closed System Treatment - 04322
Darrell Hartwick, Don Hutchinson, and Mylene Langevin, Buckman Laboratories
Improving Durability of Reinforced Concrete Structures Using Migrating Corrosion Inhibitors 04323
Behzad Bavarian and Lisa Reiner, California State University
Control of Water Mitigation through Various Construction Materials Using Electro-osmosis 04324
Vincent F. Hock, Michael K. McInerney, Sondra G. Cooper, Sean W. Morefield, Orange Marshall,
Charles Marsh, Chuck Weiss, and Phil Malone, US Army ERDC-CERL

Offshore Coating Technology


Sponsored by STG 02 on Protective Coatings and Linings - Atmospheric and STG 03 on Protective
Coatings and Linings - Immersion/Buried
Symposium Chair: Benjamin T.A. Chang, Shell Global Solutions; Vice Chair: Louis C. Sumbry, BP
Amoco
Progress in Offshore Coatings - 04001
Michael J. Mitchell, International Coatings Ltd.
Early Coating Failures on Offshore Platforms - 04003
James N. Britton, Deepwater Corrosion Services
Testing of Offshore Systems - Is There a Realistic Testing Scenario or is There Still Work to be
done? - 04004
Michael J. Mitchell, International Coatings Ltd.
Performance Testing Methods for Offshore Coatings: Cyclic, EIS and Stress - 04005
Yuly Korobov and Douglas P. Moore, Carboline Co.
Lessons Learned from Winter Season Application of Epoxy/Urethane Coating System for the
Offshore Structure - 04006
Cheon Kil Park, Seong Kyun Lee, Ki Hong Kim, and Ho IL Lee, Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.
New Epoxy Resin Technologies to Meet Tough Demands of Offshore Platform Coatings 04007
Dan Weinmann, Resolution Performance Product
High Performance Water-Borne Coatings for Heavy Duty Corrosion Protection - 04008
Michael Aamodt, Jotun AS Marine & Protective
Experiences on "One Coat" Glassflake Filled Polyester (GFP) Coating on Offshore Structures 04009
Desmond K.K. Tiong, Shell International; Maimunah Ismail, Sarawak Shell Berhad
New Glassflake Coating Technology for Offshore Applications - 04011
Graham Greenwood-Sole and Charles J. Watkinson, Corrocoat Ltd.
Quality Evaluation of Coated Film Quick Dried by a Far-Infrared Radiation - 04015
Han Jin Bae, Hyundai Industries Research Institute; Jea Jin Baek, Kwang Ki Baek, and Ki Hong Kim,
Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. Ltd.
Surface Tolerant Coatings for Offshore Maintenance - 04016
Neil Wilds, Akzo Nobel
An Experience in Offshore Pipeline Coatings - 04018
Marcel G. Roche, Total SA
Innovations in Field Joint Coatings to Meet Rigorous Specifications for Offshore Pipelines 04020
Bob Buchanan, Emerson Tacoma, and Dilip Tailor, Canusa CPS

Deterioration of Thermal Sprayed Aluminum Coatings on Hot Risers Due to Thermal Cycling 04021
William H. Thomason, Conoco Inc; Stein Olsen, Statoil ASA; Trond Haugen, and Karl Petter Fischer,
Det Norske Veritas
Experiences on Thermal Spray Aluminum (TSA) Coating for Offshore Structures - 04022
Desmond K.K. Tiong, Shell International; Halimah Pit, Sarawak Shell Berhad
Rapid Degradation of Painted TSA - 04023
Ole Oystein Knudsen and Trond Rogne, SINTEF Materials Technology; Torstein Rossland, Statoil
Bergen
Diagnostic Evaluation of the Thermal Sprayed Metallic Coating Applied to LNG Vaporizer 04024
Yong-Cheol Kim and Seong-Min Lee, KOGAS R&D; Young Tai Kho, Korea Gas Co.
Aluminum Ceramic Slurry Coating System for Corrosion Protection in Offshore Atmospheric
Environments - 04025
William J. Fabiny, Sermatech International Inc.
Evaluation of Primers for Inner Hull in LNG Carriers - 04028
Chae-Seon Lim, B.J. Zhang, Seung-Hyun Kim, and Tae-Won Jang, Samsung Heavy Industries
100% Solids Rigid Polyurethane Coatings Technology for Corrosion Protection of Ballast
Tanks - 04029
William Shiwei Guan, Dongmei Liu, Mario A. Moreno, and Ray Garneau, Madison Chemical
Industries
Evaluation of a Novel Coating for High Temperature Service - 04030
Mick J. Ball, Winn & Coales International
A New Generation of More Surface Tolerant FBE Coatings - 04031
Stephen Edmondson, DuPont Powder Coatings
Innovative Solutions for Anti Corrosive Protection Using New Generation Coatings - 04032
Leo Meilus, GTS Group Inc.
On-Line Monitoring of Undercoating Corrosions Utilizing Coupled Multielectrode Sensors 04033
Xiadong Sun, UltraDegree LLC

New Concepts for the Cathodic Protection of Reinforced Concrete Structures


Sponsored by Committee TEG 043X on Cathodic Protection of Reinforcing Steel in Concrete. This
TEG is administered by STG 01.
Symposium Chair: Steven F. Daily, Corrpro Companies Inc.; Vice Chair: Neal S. Berke, WR Grace &
Co.
Triple System Galvanic Protection of Reinforced Concrete, Energizing and Operation - 04337
Jack Tinnea, Tinnea & Associates; Kerri M. Howell, Atlantic Consultants; Mark Figley, Alaska DOT &
Public Facilities
Resistivity of Concrete: State of the Art - 04326
Mohamad Nagi, Construction Technology Labs; David Whiting, CTL Inc.
Durability - A Vigilant Approach: Corrosion Monitoring of Reinforced Concrete Structures 04328
Calvin Roland Pynn, Dubai Drydocks
Cathodic Protection Efficiency Measurements made on Concrete Bridges Using a New
Technique Called Passivity Verification Technique (PVT) Without Disconnecting the Protective
Current - 04329
Carmen Andrade and Isabel Martinez, Instituto Eduardo Torroja; Ivan R. Lasa, Florida DOT; Oladis
de Rincon, Centro de Estudios de Corrosio; Andres Antonio Torres-Acosta and M. Martinez, Instituto
Mexicano del Transporte
Achieving High Chloride Threshold Levels on Steel in Concrete - 04332
Gareth K. Glass, Adrian Roberts, and Nigel Davison, FOSROC International Ltd.
New Developments in the Galvanic Cathodic Protection of Concrete Structures - 04333
David Whitmore, Vector Corrosion Technologies
The Use of Chemically Enhanced Zinc Anodes to Extend the Life of Concrete Patch Repairs 04334
Jack E. Bennett, JE Bennett Consultants Inc.
Galvanic Liquid Applied Coating Development for Protection of Steel in Concrete - 04335
Joe Curran, ASRC Aerospace; Louis G. MacDowell, NASA Kennedy Space Center; Jerome Curran,
Dynacs Engineering Inc.
Selection Guidelines for Using Cathodic Protection Systems for Reinforced and Prestressed
Concrete Structures - 04325
Rod Callon, Corrpro Arabia - Corrosion & Technology; Steven F. Daily and Miki Funahashi, Corrpro
Companies Inc.
An Update on the Queen Isabella Causeway Cathodic Protection Project - 04339
Harovel G. Wheat, David W. Fowler, and David P. Whitney, University of Texas
Cathodic Protection of a Coastal Bridge in Texas Using a Thermally Sprayed Aluminum Alloy 04338
Steven F. Daily, Corrpro Companies Inc; Wally R. Burns, Turner, Collie & Braden Inc.

Measurements of Water and Ion Transport in Concrete Via Electro-osmosis - 04351


Michael K. McInerney, Sondra G. Cooper, Vincent F. Hock, and Sean W. Morefield, US Army ERDCCERL
Evaluation of New Sacrificial Anode Cathodic Protection Systems for Highway Bridge Decks 04340
Frank Pianca and Hannah C. Schell, Ministry of Transportation
Long-Term Effectiveness of Galvanic Cathodic Protection Systems for Reinforced Concrete
Highway Structures - 04341
Ali Akbar Sohanghpurwala, Concorr Inc.
Polypropylene Fiber Reinforced Concrete in Cathodic Protection Applications - 04342
Richard J. Kessler, Ivan R. Lasa, and Rodney G. Powers, Florida Dept. of Transportation
Cathodic Protection of Reinforced Concrete Seawater Structures in Petrochemical Plants Case Histories of Long-Term Performance - 04343
Zia Chaudhary, Avtandil Khalil Bairamov, Fernandez Rodel, and Fahad Al-Mutlaq, Saudi Basic
Industries Corp.
A Case History of Cathodic Protection of a Highway Structure in the UK - 04344
John P. Broomfield, Consulting Corrosion Engineer
Improved Current Distribution Due to a Unique Anode Mesh Placement in a Steel Reinforced
Concrete Parking Garage Slab CP System - 04345
Philip D. Simon, CC Technologies
Long-Term Effectiveness of Impressed Current Cathodic Protection Systems for Reinforced
Concrete Highway Structures - 04347
Ali Akbar Sohanghpurwala, Concorr Inc.
Cathodic Protection of Multi-Story Condominiums in Florida Using Titanium Anode Mesh 04348
Clem Firlotte, Corrpro Companies Inc.; John L. Piazza, Southern Cathodic Protection
Cathodic Protection for Masonry Buildings Incorporating Structural Steel Frames - 04349
Peter A.J. Gibbs, Taywood Engineering
Cathodic Protection of Masonry Clad, Steel Framed Building in San Francisco - 04350
Bruce J. Wiskel and Ivan Mathew, Corrpro Companies Inc.; Patrick Buscovich, Patrick Buscovich &
Associates

CO2 Corrosion in Oil and Gas Production


Sponsored by Committee TEG 059X on CO2 Corrosion in Oil and Gas Production. This TEG is
administered by STG 31.
Symposium Chair: Huey J. Chen, ChevronTexaco EPTC; Vice Chair: Yves Gunaltun, Total
Modeling CO2 Corrosion in Hilly Terrain Pipelines - 04352
William Paul Jepson and Cheolho Kang, CC Technologies
Internal Inspection of Wet Gas Lines Subject to Top of Line Corrosion - 04354
Jean Regis Piccardino and Pornthep Tanaprasertsong, PTTEP Co. Ltd.; Yves Gunaltun, Total; Martin
Stuvik, Dacon Inspection
A Comparison of Monitoring Techniques for Improved Erosion Control: A Field Study - 04355
Bill Hedges and Andy Bodington, BP Trinidad & Tobago
CO2 Corrosion of Steel in Formate Brines for Well Applications - 04357
Hakon Leth-Olsen, Norsk Hydro ASA
Full Scale Testing of Grooved Polymer Liners for Downhole Applications - 04358
John Wolodko and Randy Petersen, C FER Technologies; Rob Cor, Tri-Can Well Services Ltd.; Jack
Taylor, Safety Liner Systems
Investigation of a Corrosion Failure in an Offshore Gas Compression System: The Role of H2S
Scavenger and Organic Acids - 04360
Kim Rasmussen, Maersk Oil & Gas; Adrian Wright, Capcis Limited; Michael John Schofield; Henning
Lund, Aarhus Universite
Film Stability for API 5L X-52 Line Pipe Steel in CO2 (aq) and Cl (aq) Solutions in Presence of
Amine Based Inhibitor under Hydrodynamic Conditions - 04361
Homero Castaneda Lopez and C. Angeles, Instituto Mexicano de Petroleo; Giesela Zambrano and
Juan Genesca Llongueras, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Studies of Inhibition and Monitoring of Metal Loss in Gas Systems Containing Solids - 04362
Tim Evans, Howard Bennett, Yuhua Sun, Jesus Alvarez, and Elizabeth Babaian-Kibala, BP
Exploration Operating Co. Ltd.; John W. Martin, BP Amoco
Effect of Oil-in-Water Emulsions on the Performance of CO2 Corrosion Inhibitors - 04365
Egil Gulbrandsen and Jon Kvarekval, Institute for Energy Technology
The Crude Oil Effect on Steel Corrosion: Wetability Preference and Brine Chemistry - 04366
Killian Daniel Efird, Jean L. Smith, Nathan Davis, and Sarah Blevins, Efird Corrosion International
Methodology for Designing Field Tests to Evaluate Different Types of Corrosion Inhibitors in
Crude Oil Production Systems - 04367
Daniel E. Powell, Corrpro Companies Inc.
Enhancing Batch Chemical Efficiency: Field Trail Results on Inhibitor Transport of Extended
Release Corrosion Inhibitors - 04368
Samuel Campbell, Donald W. Stegmann, and Richard D. Schofield, Baker Petrolite
Development of Green Corrosion Inhibitors for High Shear Applications - 04370
Alyn Jenkins, W.Y. Mok, Chris G. Gamble, and Steve R. Keenan, Baker Petrolite

Non Foaming Corrosion Inhibitor Developments Providing Mitigating Benefits against CO2
Corrosion for Application in High Volume Gas Wells - 04371
Mike Gregg and John Lerbscher, Baker Petrolite Corporation
Selection of Corrosion Inhibitors for Gas Service System - 04372
Yue Chen, Gregory Ruschau, and Gerhardus H. Koch, CC Technologies; Maher Mustafa Nour, Santa
Fe Company
Pitfalls in Monitoring Sweet Corrosion Inhibition Using Residual Analysis Techniques - 04373
Adelina J. Son, Champion Technologies Inc.
Corrosion Diagnosis and Inhibition in Unusual Supply Water - 04374
Richard L. Martin, Unichem Division of BJ Services
High Pressure CO2 Corrosion Electrochemistry and the Effect of Acetic Acid - 04375
Srdjan Nesic and Shihuai Wang, Ohio University; Keith George, BP America
A Review of the Effect of Organic Acids on CO2 Corrosion - 04376
James A. Dougherty, Consultant
Top of the Line Corrosion in Presence of Acetic Acid and Carbon Dioxide - 04377
Marc Singer and Srdjan Nesic, Ohio University; Yves Gunaltun, Total
Electrochemical Investigation and Modeling of Carbon Dioxide Corrosion of Carbon Steel in
the Presence of Acetic Acid - 04379
Keith George, BP America; Srdjan Nesic, Ohio University; Kees de Waard, Intetech Ltd.
A Parametric Study and Modeling on Localized CO2 Corrosion in Horizontal Wet Gas Flow 04380
Yuhua Sun, BP; Srdjan Nesic, Ohio University
Localized Corrosion in Multiphase Pipelines - 04381
Cheolho Kang, Madan Gopal, and William Paul Jepson, CC Technologies
Prediction for CO2 Corrosion of Active Steel under a Precipitate - 04382
Fengmei Song, Southwest Research Institute; Donald W. Kirk, John W. Graydon, and Donald E.
Cormack, University of Toronto
Sulfide Films and Corrosion Rates of AISI 1018 Carbon Steel in Saline Solutions in the
Presence of H2S and CO2 at Temperatures Up to 175F - 04383
Arun K. Agrawal, Carolyn Durr, and Gerhardus H. Koch, CC Technologies

Environmentally Assisted Cracking


Sponsored by Committee TEG 186X on Environmentally Assisted Cracking. This TEG is
administered by STG 60.
Symposium Chair: David G. Kolman, Los Alamos National Lab; Vice Chair: Thomas M. Devine,
University of California Berkeley
Hydrogen Embrittlement from Cathodic Protection on Supermartensitic Stainless Steels - A
Case History - 04545
Sven Morten Hesjevik, Stein Olsen, and Gisle Rorvik, Statoil
Stress Corrosion Cracking in Fuel Ethanol: A Newly Recognized Phenomenon - 04543
Russell D. Kane and Julio G. Maldonado, InterCorr International Inc.; Leigh J. Klein, BP
Hydrogen Embrittlement from CP on Supermartensitic Stainless Steels - Recommendations
for New Qualification Methods - 04546
Stein Olsen and Sven Morten Hesjevik, Statoil ASA
Slow Strain Rate Testing of Alloy 22 in Simulated Concentrated Ground Waters - 04548
Kenneth J. King, John C. Estill, Raul B. Rebak, and Lana L. Wong, Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Environmentally Assisted Cracking Behavior of Nickel Alloys in Simulated Acidic and Alkaline
Ground Waters Using U-Bend Specimens - 04549
David V. Fix, Lana L. Wong, Raul B. Rebak, John C. Estill, and Gary A. Hust, Lawrence Livermore
National Lab
Corrosion of Exhaust and Filtration Equipment in a Radioactive Waste Incinerator - 04550
Charles Francis Jenkins, Westinghouse Savannah River Co.
Susceptibility of Welded and Non-Welded Titanium Alloys to Environmentally Assisted
Cracking in Simulated Concentrated Ground Waters - 04551
Raul B. Rebak, Lana L. Wong, David V. Fix, and John C. Estill, Lawrence Livermore National Lab
The Role of Stress Intensifiers in Near Neutral pH Corrosion Fatigue of Line Pipe - 04552
Jenny Been and Henry Lu, Nova Chemicals; Reg Eadie, University of Alberta; Guowu Shen,
CANMET; Robert Sutherby, TransCanada Pipeline
Stress Corrosion Cracking - Microstructural and Material Property Preference for Crack
Initiation of Linepipe Steel - 04553
Mimoun Elboujdaini and Jian Li, Natural Resources Canada; Ming Gao, GE Oil & Gas; Gordon Ping
Gu, MTL Canmet Natural Resources
Low Level Corrosion as an Indicator of Stress Corrosion Cracking (SCC) - 04554
Steve Waker and Gabriella Rosca, Cimarron Integrity Ltd; Michael Hylton, Cimarron Engineering Ltd.
Caustic Stress Corrosion Cracking of 304 SS Incinerator Material - 04555
Ali M. Babakr, Abdul Aziz Al-Meshari, and Samuel Thomas, SABIC STC-J
A Statistical Risk Model to Estimate the Occurrence of SCC - 04556
Oliver Youzwishen and Audrey L.L. Van Aelst, Cimarron Engineering Ltd.
Liquid Metal Embrittlement (LME) of the 6061 Al-Alloy by Mercury - 04558
Behzad Bavarian, California State University

Cracking of Target Structural Materials for Transmutation Applications - 04559


Ajit K. Roy, University of Nevada; Ramprashad Prabhakaran, Mohammad K. Hossain, Sudheer
Sama, Phani Pavan K. Gudipati, and Venkataramakrishnan Selvaraj, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Stress Corrosion Cracking of Cladding Materials under Different Loading Conditions - 04560
Ajit K. Roy, Subhas Pothana, Parand Afra Pars, and Heidi Aquino, University of Nevada Las Vegas
Microstructural Effects on Hydrogen-Assisted Fracture of Austenitic Stainless Steel Welds 04561
Dorian K. Balch, Brian P. Somerday, and Charles H. Cadden, Sandia National Labs
Measurement of Hydrogen in U-6WT%NB Using an Optimized Inert Gas Fusion Method - 04562
Kathy Lao and Dave Teter, Los Alamos National Lab
Stress Corrosion Cracking of Ni-Based Alloys in Batch Supercritical Water Oxidation
Environments - 04564
Brian P. Somerday, Robert W. Bradshaw, and K.T. Wiggans, Sandia National Labs
Influence of the Identity of Surface Films on Stress Corrosion Cracking of 304 Stainless Steel
in BWRs and Alloy 600 in PWRs - 04565
Todd Mintz, Christopher M. Kumai, and Thomas M. Devine, University of California Berkeley
Development and the Use of a Lee James Surface Cracked Specimen for Evaluating Chemistry
and Flow Rate Effects in Realistic Cracks - 04567
Peter L. Andresen, Ali Ayhan, Gregory Catlin, and Bill Catlin, GE Global Research Center; William D.
Miller, GE Nuclear Energy
The Susceptibility of Stainless Steel 316L to Environment-Induced Cracking in High Humidity
High Chloride Environments - 04569
R. Scott Lillard, Rene Chavarria, and David G. Kolman, Los Alamos National Lab
Fate of the Coupling Current in Stress Corrosion Cracking - Mechanistic and Corrosion
Control Implications - 04570
Digby D. Macdonald, Pennsylvania State University
Impact of Solution Chemistry on Pitting and Stress Corrosion Cracking of Steam Turbine Disc
Steels - 04571
Alan Turnbull, Shengqi Zhou, and Gareth Hinds, National Physical Lab
Controlling Hydrogen Embrittlement in Ultra-High Strength Steels - 04563
John R. Scully, Hakan Dogan, Daoming Li, and Richard P. Gangloff, University of Virginia
Caustic Cracking in AISI 4340 Steel - 04572
Balaji Soundararajan and Digby D. Macdonald, Pennsylvania State University
A Mechanico-Electrochemical Diagram for Crack Growth under EAC Conditions - 04573
Marc Vankeerberghen, SCK CEN

Plant and Field Applications of Electrochemical Noise Monitoring


Sponsored by Committee TEG 099X on Electrochemical Noise (Fluctuations) Measurement. This
TEG is administered by STG 62.
Symposium Chair: Francois Huet, Electrochimiques CNRS; Vice Chair: Robert A. Cottis, UMIST
Analyzing Electrochemical Noise Data with Time-Domain Techniques - 04447
Robert D. Klassen and Pierre R. Roberge, Royal Military College
Design and Performance of Electrochemical Noise Corrosion Monitoring Systems at the
Hanford Site - 04448
Glenn L. Edgemon, ARES Corporation
Development and Operation of an Electrochemical Noise Based Corrosion Monitoring System
at Oak Ridge National Laboratory - 04449
Glenn L. Edgemon, ARES Corporation; Dane F. Wilson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Gomes
Ganapathi, Bechtel Jacobs Company LLC
Managing Electrochemical Noise Data by Exception: Application of an On-Line EN Data
Analysis Technique to Data from a High Level Nuclear Waste Tank - 04450
Emily Barr, Capcis Systems Ltd.; Glenn L. Edgemon, ARES Corporation
A New Approach for Estimating the Critical Conditions of Stress Corrosion Cracking Using
Potential Fluctuation Measurement - 04452
Hiroyuki Inoue, Masafumi Kinoshita, and Yasuaki Maeda, Osaka Prefecture University
A New Service Oriented Method for Evaluation of Electrochemical Noise Data for Online
Monitoring of Crevice Corrosion - 04454
Guenter Schmitt and Peter Plagemann, Iserlohn University of Applied Sciences; Kirsten Moeller,
Mannesmann Forschungsinstitut
Surface Area Effect on Electrochemical Potential Noise of Aluminum Alloys in Chloride Media
- 04456
Idelfonso Arrieta, Alberto A. Sagues, and Babu Joseph, University of South Florida
Using Thionates for Noise Experiments - a Reasonable Combination? - 04458
Stefan Ritter, Paul Scherrer Institute; Thomas Dorsch and Renate Kilian, Framatome ANP
Parameter Maps for the Assessment of Corrosion Type from Electrochemical Noise Data 04460
Hanaa Al-Mazeedi and Robert A. Cottis, UMIST
The Influence of Operational Parameters on the Electrochemical Current Noise and Surface
Damage of Stainless Steel Exposed to Aqueous Sodium Chloride Solutions - 04461
Ricardo J. Bogaert-Alvarez and Jaclyn Sekula, Lafayette College
Determination of Critical Pitting Temperatures Using Electrochemical Noise - 04462
Andreas Heyn and Joachim Goellner, Otto von Guericke University; Andreas Burkert, BAM Federal
Institute of Materials
Electrochemical Noise in Various Types of Electrolyte Flow - 04465
Andraz Legat and A. Kranjc, Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute

Monitoring Corrosion and Flow Characteristics in Oil/Brine Mixtures of Various Compositions


- 04466
Hanane Bouazaze, Francois Huet, and Ricardo Nogueira, Electrochimiques CNRS
Application of Hurst Exponent to the Study of Electrochemical Noise Signals - 04767
Jose Maria Sanchez-Amaya, Francisco Javier Botana and Manuel Bethencourt, University of Cadiz

Green Corrosion/Scale Inhibitors


Sponsored by Committee TEG 184X on Corrosion and Scale/Deposit Inhibitors. This TEG is
administered by STG 61.
Symposium Chair: D.V. Satyanarayana Gupta, BJ Services Co.; Vice Chair: Donald P. Wyman,
Rochester Midland Corp.
Mechanisms of Scale and Corrosion Inhibition by Polyaspartates - 04536
Caroline Estievenart, Norbert Kohler, and Francois Ropital, Institut Francais du Petrole; Christian
Fiaud, ENSCP
Green Inhibitors for Squeeze Treatments: A Promising Alternative - 04537
Norbert Kohler, Brigitte Bazin, and Alain Zaitoun, Institut Francais du Petrole; T. Johnson, Solutia
Europe SA
Evaluation of Weld Corrosion Behavior and the Application of Corrosion Inhibitors and
Combined Scale/Corrosion Inhibitors - 04538
Ian George Winning, Derek Mcnaughtan, and Neil Bretherton, Clariant Oil Services; Andrew J.
McMahon, Helix RDS
Surfactants as Green Inhibitors for Pitting Corrosion of Stainless Steels - 04539
Zhenqiang Wei, Akzo Nobel Chemical Inc.; Paul F. Duby and P. Somasundaran, Columbia University
Pulsed-Power Water Treatment as a Green Scale Inhibitor for HVAC and Once-Through
Industrial Systems - 04541
John Lane, Clearwater Systems; Young Cho, Drexel University; Wontae Kim, Choson Research
Corporation

Advances and New Technology in Cooling, Boiler and Waste Water Treatments
Sponsored by STG 11 on Water Treatment
Symposium Chair: Jasbir S. Gill, Nalco; Vice Chair: George Ganzer, BioLab Water Additives

Introduction
Calcium Carbonate Scaling: A Kinetic and Surface Energy Approach - 04072
George H. Nancollas, D. Gerard, and W. Zachowicz, University of Buffalo
Scaling on Heat Transfer Surfaces: Chemical Versus Non-Chemical Control - 04073
Simon A. Parsons and Jitka MacAdam, Cranfield University
A New and Theoretically Accurate Method to Measure Alkalinity - 04074
Mason B. Tomson, Amy T. Kan, Gongmin Fu, and Lili Cong, Rice University; Musaed Al-Thubaiti,
Saudi Aramco
A Molecular Theory of Mineral Scale Inhibition - 04075
Mason B. Tomson, Amy T. Kan, and Gongmin Fu, Rice University; Musaed Al-Thubaiti, Saudi
Aramco
Phosphate Inhibition Efficacy for the Twenty First Century - 04076
Stephen M. Kessler, GE Water Technologies
Cooling Water Monitoring Using Coupled Multielectrode Array Sensors and Other On-line
Tools - 04077
Michael H. Dorsey, DuPont Sabine River Works; Lietai Yang and Narasi Sridhar, Southwest
Research Institute
Unique Chemistry and Control Technology Merge to Improve Cooling Water Performance and
Control - 04078
Daniel A. Meier and Philip Yu, ONDEO Nalco; Chris H. Spurrell, Chris V. Alcantara, and Alan B.
Gorski, Chevron USA; William R. Francis, ONDEO Nalco Energy Services
Looking for an Alternative Yellow Metal Corrosion Inhibitor - 04079
Eric C. Ward, Al Foster, Dane E. Glaser, Ivonne Weidner, ALCO Chemical
Behavior of 300 Series Stainless Steel Heat Exchangers in Cooling Water Service - 04080
Robert E. Hargrave, GE Betz
Improved Performance in Steam Plant with New Boiler Water Treatment Guidelines - 04081
Mo Majnouni, Aramco Services Company; Arif E. Jaffer, Baker Petrolite
Evaluation of Hydrazine Solutions vs. Several Alternate Oxygen Scavengers - 04082
Ken Huang, Feng Mao, and George Hoag, University of Connecticut; Eugene Rothgery, Arch
Chemicals Inc.
Isothiazolone Biocides in Water Treatment Applications - 04083
Terry M. Williams, Rohm & Haas Co.
Application Experience with Low Phosphate Cooling Water Treatment - 04084
Darrell Hartwick, Vincent Brown, and Josee Chalut, Buckman Laboratories

Plant Experience with Dosing Optimization of an Environmentally Friendly Biocide - 04086


Hugh Fallon, Contact Energy; George J. Licina, Structural Integrity Associates Inc.
25 Years of Bromine Chemistry in Industrial Water Systems: A Review - 04087
Christopher J. Nalepa, Albemarle Corp.

Cathodic Protection in Naval Waters


Sponsored by STG 30 on Oil and Gas Production - Cathodic Protection
Symposium Chair: Edward J. Lemieux, Naval Research Lab; Vice Chair: James A. Ellor, Corrpro
Companies Inc.
Design and Installation Aspects of Cathodic Protection for High Temperature Insulated
Pipelines: A Case Study Based on the New Draft ISO Standard for Cathodic Protection on
Submarine Pipelines - 04090
Svein Eliassen and Sven Morten Hesjevik, Statoil - Stavanger; Linda Borvik, Statoil Research Centre;
Sten Axelsen, SINTEF Materials Technology
Cathodic Protection Design of Pipelines Using an Improved Attenuation Model - 04091
John P. LaFontaine, Champlain Group Inc.; Grant T. Gibson, GATE LLC
CP Design of a Super 13% CR Flowline - 04092
Are Sjaastad and Harald Osvoll, Force Technology Norway AS; Guy M.G. Bars, Conflexip Stena
Offshore Norge; Olav Jan Hauge and Rolf E. Lye, Norsk Hydro Research Centre
Issues Associated With Expiration of Galvanic Anodes on Marine Structures - 04093
William H. Hartt, Wei Chu, and Xiaolin Zhang, Florida Atlantic University
On-Line Monitoring of Corrosion under Cathodic Protection Conditions Utilizing Coupled
Multielectrode Sensors - 04094
Xiadong Sun, UltraDegree LLC
A Comparison of Impressed Current and Galvanic Anode Cathodic Protection Design
Methodologies for FPSO and FSO Vessel Hulls - 04095
Michael B. Surkein, ExxonMobil Development Co.; John P. LaFontaine, Champlain Group Inc; Leif
Brattas, Force Technology
Optimizing of Corrosion Protection Based on a Combination of Cathodic Protection (CP) and
Coating - 04097
Grethe Selboe, Harald Osvoll, and Leif Brattas, Force Technology Norway
A Re-Investigation of the Testing Parameters for Evaluating the Initial Electrochemical
Characteristics of Indium Activated, Aluminum Alloy, Sacrificial Anodes - 04098
John N. Murray, Murray's et al
Activation Processes for Galvanic Aluminum Anodes in Sea Water - 04099
Wei Chu, William H. Hartt, and Xiaolin Zhang, Florida Atlantic University
Deep Water Corrosion Design Bloopers - 04100
James N. Britton, Deepwater Corrosion Services
New ISO Cathodic Protection Standard for Offshore Pipelines - 04101
Ian J. Rippon, Shell Global Solutions International BV
Boundary Element Evaluation of Shipboard Cathodic Protection Systems - 04102
Yueping Wang, DRDC Atlantic

Evaluation of Impressed Current System on FPSO's by Use of CP Computer Modeling - 04103


Harald Osvoll and Are Sjaastad, Force Technology Norway AS; Francis Duesso, Elf Aquitaine
Production
Hydrogen Embrittlement of Corrosion Resistant Alloys Under Cathodic Protection Conditions
- 04104
Jonathan Marsh, Gibson Applied Technology; Grant T. Gibson and Michael Walsh, GATE LLC

The Effects of Corrosion on the Life-Cycle Costs of Military Assets


Sponsored by STG 40 on Aerospace/Military
Symposium Chair: Vinod S. Agarwala, Naval Air Systems Command; Vice Chair: Gerhardus H. Koch,
CC Technologies
Cost of Corrosion in Military Equipment - 04252
Gerhardus H. Koch, CC Technologies
Selective Corrosion Control Technologies for Reducing Maintenance Costs - 04256
Kunigahalli L. Vasanth and Norris Lindsey, Naval Surface Warfare Center
Control of Corrosion and Service Life - 04257
Vinod S. Agarwala, Naval Air Systems Command
Condition Based Corrosion Health Monitoring: An Italian Air Force Prospect - 04262
Lorenzo Aiello, Centro Sperimentale de Volo
Exposure Tests and Surface Analysis to Evaluate the Level of Corrosion Control and Potential
Benefit of Salt Water Rinse Additives - 04263
Patricia Trzaskoma-Paulette, National Academy of Sciences; S.G. Lambrakos, Nick Tran, Kershed
Cooper, and E. Feresenbet, Naval Research Laboratory
Cost and Other Benefits of Vapor Corrosion Inhibitors (VCI) Compared to Legacy Packaging
Methods That Prevail in Military Applications - 04264
James Henderson and Ronnie Singh, Northern Technologies International Corrosion
Assessment of Hydrogen Cracking in N05500 Using TEP and XRD Analysis - 04265
Yeong Do Park, David LeRoy Olson, and Victor I. Kaydnov, Colorado School of Mines; Alex Landau
and Malki Pinkas, Nuclear Research Center of Negev
Factors in the Cost of Corrosion for Naval Vessels - 04266
Norman J. Clayton, William Needham, and David A. Shifler, NSWC
Corrosion Related Costs for Military Facilities - 04269
Ashok Kumar, Larry D. Stephenson, and Gary Gerdes, US Army Corps of Engineers

Managing Corrosion with Plastics


Sponsored by Committee TEG 191X on Managing Corrosion with Plastics. This TEG is administered
by STG 10.
Symposium Chair: Michael G. Stevens, Ashland Specialty Chemical Company; Vice Chair: Jerome L.
DeVilbiss, Reichhold Inc.
Why Use Thermoplastics for Heat Transfer Applications - 04605
Dale L. Keeler, Viatec Inc.
A Case History of FRP Pipe as an Economical Alternative to Carbon Steel Pipe - 04606
Terry W. Cowley, DuPont; David A. Hatfield, DuPont Dow Elastomers
Case Studies of Dual-Laminate FRP in Severe Service Environments - 04607
Greg Hopkins and Brian Linnemann, RL Industries Inc.
Design, Fabrication, and Erection of the Santee Cooper Cross No. 3 FRP Chimney Liner 04608
Alfred Newberry, FEMech Engineering
ASME Section X, Class II - A Case Study - 04609
Jess Richter, Tankinetics Inc.
Engineered Thermoplastic Solutions: Advantages of Dual Laminate Piping Systems - 04610
Edward Lyons, Non Metallic Resources
Unexpected Stress Corrosion Failures of High Quality FRP Process Equipment - 04611
Gunnar Bergman, Swedish Corrosion Institute
Corrosion Resistance of Glass Fiber Materials - A Crucial Property for Reliability and
Durability of FRP Structures in Aggressive Environments - 04612
Stefanie Romhild and Gunnar Bergman, Swedish Corrosion Institute; Pablo Comiono, Vetrotex CemFil S L
Diffusion and Permeation of Hydrobromic and Hydrochloric Acids in PVDF and ECTFE at
Different Temperatures and Concentrations - 04613
Karin Jacobson and Gunnar Bergman, Swedish Corrosion Institute; Mikael Hedenqvist, Royal
Institute of Technology
Advanced Composite Downhole Applications and HTHP Environmental Challenges - 04616
Yusheng Yuan and Jim E. Goodson, Baker Oil Tools
Fiberglass-Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Equipment for Treating Waste Incineration Gases - 04617
Don H. Kelley, Dow Chemical Co.
Two Pulp Bleach Plant Seal Tanks after 30 Years of Continuous Service in Chlorine Dioxide 04618
Jerome L. Devilbiss, Reichhold Inc.
FRP Meets Power Plant Requirements - 04619
Bruce Curry, AOC LLC

Refining Industry Corrosion


Sponsored by Committee TEG 205X on Refining Industry Information Exchange. This TEG is
administered by STG 34.
Symposium Chair: John J. Wodarcyk, Conoco Phillips; Vice Chair: Padma Kodali, ExxonMobil
Research & Engineering
New Theory for Naphthenic Acid Corrosivity of Athabasca Oilsands Crudes - 04634
Barry Messer, Michael C. Beaton, and B. Tarleton, Fluor Canada Ltd.; Terrell T. Phillips, Fluor
Corporation
Analysis and Corrosivity Testing of Eight Crude Oils - 04636
Saadedine Tebbal, SET Laboratories Inc.; Richard Podlecki, Husky Energy; Chakka Sudhakar,
ChevronTexaco; Hans U. Schutt, Corrosion Engineering Consultant
Safe Processing of High Acid Crudes - 04637
Sergio D. Kapusta, Shell Global Solutions US Inc.; Alex Ooms, Frans van den Berg, Andrew Smith,
and William C. Fort, Shell Global Solutions, International
Carbonate Cracking Risk Assessment of a FCCU Gas Plant - 04639
Monique I. Rivera, Steven R. Bolinger, and Clark L. Wollenweber, Shell Oil Products US
Optimized Heat Treatment of 347 Type Stainless Steel Alloys for Elevated Temperature Service
to Minimize Cracking - 04640
Barry Messer and Vasile Opera, Fluor Canada Ltd.; Terrell T. Phillips, Fluor Corporation
Toughness Considerations for Centrifugally Cast HF - Modified Alloy Piping in
Hydroprocessing Services - 04641
Anil K. Singh, UOP LLC; Emil L. Bereczky, Consultant; Ted Anderson, Structural Reliability
Technology
Localized Corrosion of an Alloy 400 Nozzle in Hydrofluoric Acid Service - 04643
Jesus Acosta, Thomas S. Copeland, Padma Kodali, and Gregory Balionis, ExxonMobil
The Effect of Operating Conditions on Corrosion in HF Alkylation Units - 04645
Jonathan D. Dobis, The Equity Engineering Group Inc.; Dana G. Williams and David L. Bryan Jr.,
Marathon Ashland Petroleum LLC
Analyzing Water Washing Requirements for Low Severity Hydroprocessing Units - 04646
Cathleen A. Shargay and Stephen Marciniec, Fluor Corp.
An Overview of NACE International Standard MR0103 and Comparison with MR0175 - 04649
Donald R. Bush, Fisher Controls; Keith R. Lewis, Shell Global Solutions International BV; John C.
Brown, Motiva Enterprises

Control of Problematic Microorganisms in Oil and Gas Field Operations


Sponsored by Committee TEG 286X on Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion in Oil and Gas Field
Operations. This TEG is administered by STG 31.
Symposium Chair: Douglas McIlwaine, Dupont Experimental Station; Vice Chair: Stephen Maxwell,
Commercial Microbiology Inc.
Screening Test for Six Dual Biocide Regimes against Planktonic and Sessile Populations of
Bacteria - 04748
AbdulHameed Al-Hashem and J.A. Carew, Kuwait Institute of Scientific Research; Amal Al Borno,
Charter Coating Service Ltd.
Acrolein 2-Propenal: A Versatile Microbiocide for Control of Bacteria in Oilfield Systems 04749
Joseph Penkala, Melissa D. Law, Darin D. Horaska, and Allen L. Dickinson, Baker Petrolite
Synergism of Anthraquinone with an Oilfield Biocide to Inhibit Sulfide Generation from
Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria - 04750
Edward D. Burger, EB Technologies Inc.
A Cost Effective Treatment to Mitigate Biogenic H2S on a FPSO - 04751
Joseph Penkala and Tauseef Salma, Baker Petrolite; Edward D. Burger, EB Technologies Inc.;
Eduardo Costa Bastos and Nilce Shioya, Petrobras UNBC E&P; Monica de Oliveira Penna and
Cynthia de Azevedo Andrade, Petrobras Cidade Universitaria; Husdonil A. Baldotto, Baker Hughes
do Brazil Ltda.
Monitoring and Control of Bacterial Biofilms in Oilfield Water Handling Systems - 04752
Stephen Maxwell, Carol Devine, and Fiona Rooney, Commercial Microbiology Ltd.
Research on Detecting and Control of Microbial Induced Corrosion in Russian Oil Processing
Industry - 04754
V.P. Kholodenko, V.A. Chugunov, S.K. Jigletsova, V.B. Rodin, I.A. Irkhina, and Z.M. Yermolenko,
State Research Center
Evaluation of an On-Line Biofilm Detector and Bio-Traps to Monitor MIC in Produced Oilfield
Brine - 04758
Gary E. Jenneman, Robert Webb, and Erin Holle, ConocoPhillips; Kerry Sublette and C. Mehta,
University of Tulsa; Aaron Peacock, University of Tennessee; Greg Davis, Microbial Insights Inc.
Selection of an Active Souring Management Solution for a Gulf of Mexico Waterflood - 04759
Lee C. Jordan, GATE LLC; John M. Walsh, Shell Exploration & Production
H2S Inhibition by Nitrate Injection on the Gullfaks Field - 04760
Egil Sunde, Statoil Forus; Gunhild Bodtker, Bente-Lise Lillebo, and Terje Torsvik, University of
Bergen; Tore Thorstenson, Statoil ASA
Prevention of Reservoir Souring in the Halfdan Field by Nitrate Injection - 04761
Jan Larsen, Malene Holm Rod, and Simon Zwolle, Maersk Oil & Gas AS

Is Souring and Corrosion by Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria in Oil Fields Reduced More Efficiently
by Nitrate or by Nitrite? - 04762
Gerrit Voordouw and Casey Hubert, University of Calgary; Mehdi Nemati, University of
Saskatchewan; Gary E. Jenneman, ConocoPhillips
Corrosion by Sulfate Reducing Bacteria that Utilize Nitrate - 04763
Braden Dunsmore and Tom Whitfield, Oil Plus Ltd.; P.A. Lawson and M.D. Collins, University of
Reading

Corrosion in Gas Treating


Sponsored by Committee TEG 113X on Gas Treating Control Systems Corrosion Minimization. This
TEG is administered by STG 34.
Symposium Chair: Sidney Bosen, Dow Chemical Company; Vice Chair: Carlos A. Frey, Huntsman
Corporation
Effects of the Water Content on the Performance of H2S Scavengers - 04479
Marjorie Ramirez, Milagros Mendez, and Alfredo Viloria, PDVSA INTEVEP
Development of Pressure Vessel Steels with Improved SOHIC Resistance - 04480
Lionel Coudreuse, Vincent Ligier, Philippe Bourges, and Andrew Gingell, Industeel Creusot
The Relevance of Bicine in Corrosion of Amine Gas Treating Plants - 04481
Sidney Bosen and Stephen A. Bedell, The Dow Chemical Company
A New Method for Quantifying Risk Associated with Gas Plant Operating Conditions, Part 1:
Absorber Section - 04482
Anthony E. Kakpovbia, Anwar Mahmood, Frank S. Gareau, and Glen Lee, Alliance Engineering &
Inspection Ltd.
A New Method for Quantifying the Risk Associated with Gas Plant Operating Conditions, Part
2: Regenerator Section - 04483
Anthony E. Kakpovbia, Anwar Mahmood, Frank S. Gareau, and Glen Lee, Alliance Engineering &
Inspection Ltd.

Pipeline Integrity
Sponsored by STG 35 on Pipeline, Tanks, and Well Casings
Symposium Chair: Richard Desaulniers, PMG Canada; Vice Chair: Marc Lamontagne, Marr
Associates
Internal Corrosion Rate Prediction in Pipelines and Flowlines Using a Computer Model - 04155
James D. Garber and F. Farshad, University of Louisiana; James R. Reinhardt and Wei Chen,
University of Southwestern Louisiana; Bobby Winters, Coastal Corrosion; Vamsee Tadepally
Smart Pigs and Defect Assessment Codes: Completing the Circle - 04156
Stephen Westwood, BJ Pipeline Inspection Services; Phil Hopkins, Penspen Integrity
Evaluation of the Use of Electrochemical Noise Corrosion Sensors for Natural Gas
Transmission Pipelines - 04157
Bernard S. Covino Jr., Sophie J. Bullard, Stephen D. Cramer, Gordon R. Holcomb, and Malgorzata
Ziomek-Moroz, U.S. Department of Energy; Russell D. Kane, Michael S. Cayard, and Dawn C. Eden,
InterCorr International Inc.
A Permeable Coating Model for Predicting the Environment at the Pipe Surface under CPCompatible Coatings - 04158
Fraser King, NOVA Chemicals Corp.; Thomas R. Jack, NOVA Research & Technology Center;
Miroslav Kolar, LS Computing; Robert Grant Worthingham, TransCanada Pipelines
Experiences Pigging and Inspecting Mature Subsea Oil Pipelines - 04159
Phillip Chinching and Stephen W. Ciaraldi, BP Amoco Trinidad
Pipeline Risk Assessment Efforts in Upstream Operations - Results and Lessons Learned 04160
Albert Van Roodselaar and James W. Ward, ChevronTexaco Energy Technology
New Generation of Ultrasonic In-Line Inspection Tools - 04162
Neb I. Uzelac, Konrad Reber, Michael Beller, and O. Alfred Barbian, NDT Systems and Services
Rehabilitation of an Aged Produced Water System - 04163
Scott J. Oliphant and Ron Schlachter, Canadian Natural Resources Ltd.; B.N. Morse, Charter Coating
Service Ltd.
Probabilistic Based Corrosion Assessment for Pipeline Integrity - 04164
Bill Gu and Richard Kania, PII Canada Ltd.; Ming Gao, GE Oil & Gas
Lifetime Prediction of Pressurized Pipelines on Corrosive Environments - 04166
Alfin Priambudi and Popi A. Nafis, VICO Indonesia
Prevention of Pipeline Failures in Geotechnically Unstable Areas by Monitoring with Inertial
and Caliper In-Line Inspection - 04167
Jaroslaw Czyz, BJ Pipeline Inspection Services; Ed McClarty, Duke Energy Gas Transmission
In-Line Inspection Tool Selection - 04168
Steve Waker and Gabriella Rosca, Cimarron Integrity Ltd.; Michael Hylton, Cimarron Engineering Ltd.

Advanced Indentation Systems for Tensile Properties Evaluation of In-Service Pipelines 04170
Richard Kania, PII Canada Ltd.; Ming Gao, GE Oil & Gas; Andy Russell, PII Ltd. GE Power System
The Kaybob South Mystery: A Case Study of Pipeline Integrity Management Strategies in an
Aging Sour Gas Infrastructure - 04171
Jason Thomas, Chevron Canada Resources; Emily Barr, Capcis Systems Ltd.
Managing HIC Affected Pipelines Utilizing MFL Hard Spot Technology - 04172
Lee D. Pollard and Adrian Belanger, Tuboscope Pipeline Services; Tim Clarke, Gulf South Pipeline
Co. LP
The Use of a Dual Powder System as an External Pipeline Coating - 04173
Qingshan Feng and Zupei Yang, CNPC Pipeline Science Research
Pipeline Integrity Information Integration - 04175
Larry Rankin, Corrpro Companies Inc.
Internal Corrosion Direct Measurement Enhances Pipeline Integrity - 04177
Jack Smart, Packer Engineering Inc.; Thomas W. Pickthall, Dynamic Monitoring Systems
Issues and Challenges of Aging Pipeline Coating Infrastructure in Nigeria's Oil and Gas
Industry - 04178
Jeremiah Emeka Mbamalu and Frederick Oba Edeko, University of Benin
In-Line Mechanical Damage Detection Using High-Res MFL Technology - 04179
Mark Olson, CPIG
Methodology for Statistically Designing and Assessing Metal Loss In-Line Inspection
Validation Programs - 04183
Rafael G. Mora, CC Technologies Canada Ltd.; Donald A. Powell, BP Canada Energy Co.; William V.
Harper, CC Technologies USA
Life Prediction and Reliability Analysis of Pipe Steel Used for Oil Transportation When
Exposed to Cl and CO2 Solutions under Flow Conditions - 04184
Homero Castaneda Lopez, Jorge Alamilla, and Oscar Flores, Instituto Mexicano de Petroleo
Gouge Resistance Research on External Coating of Pipeline - 04185
Qingshan Feng, CNPC Pipeline Science Research
ILI Reporting for Pipeline Integrity Management Programs - 04182
Martin Phillips, Daniel Soenjoto, Michiel P. Brongers, and Patrick H. Vieth, CC Technologies Inc.

Hydrogen Permeation Measurement and Monitoring


Sponsored by Committee TEG 108X on On-Line Measurement of Hydrogen Permeation Monitoring
Technology and Techniques. This TEG is administered by STG 62.
Symposium Chair: Frank Dean, Ion Science Ltd.; Vice Chair: Christopher Mark Fowler, Bodycote
Materials Testing
Hydrogen Diffusion in Corrosion Resistant Alloys - 04469
Alan Turnbull and Gareth Hinds, National Physical Laboratories
Flow Initiated Hydrogen Uptake of Steel in Sour Environments - 04470
Guenter Schmitt, Kankgai Ma, and Ralf Buschmann, Iserlohn University of Applied Science;
Christoph Bosch, Mannesmann Forschungsinstitut; Bernd Sadlowsky, TUV Rheinland Berlin
Hydrogen Permeation under Tensile Stress - Unexpected Effect of Stress on Hydrogen
Cracking of Steel under Subcritical Charging - 04471
Guenter Schmitt and Ralf Buschmann, Iserlohn University of Applied Science; Bernd Sadlowsky, TUV
Rheinland Berlin
A Laboratory Study of Types of Corrosion Inducing Hydrogen Permeation through Steel 04472
Frank Dean and Stephen W. Powell, Ion Science Ltd.
Practical Applications of Hydrogen Permeation Monitoring - 04476
Samuel J. Mishael, ChevronTexaco Energy Research; Christopher Mark Fowler, Bodycote Materials
Testing; Frank Dean, Ion Science Ltd.
Examples of Use and Interpretation of Field Data Using a Portable Hydrogen Permeation
Monitor - 04477
Andrea M. Etheridge and Emma B. McDonald, Shell Global Solutions International; Duane Go
Serate, Philipinas Shell Petroleum Corp.; Frank Dean, Ion Science Ltd.
Applications of Hydrogen Flux Monitoring to Pre-weld Bakeouts of Steel - 04478
Frank Dean, Ion Science Ltd.; Clive N. Brown, John H. Harrison, Martin J. Carroll, and Andy Kettle,
ChevronTexaco

Advances and Future Directions in Military Coating Systems


Sponsored by STG 40 on Aerospace/Military
Symposium Chair: C. Sean Brossia, Southwest Research Institute; Vice Chair: Charles K. Mount,
Concurrent Technologies Corp.

Introduction
Spectroscopic Investigation of Inhibited Coating System Response to UV-B Weathering
Exposure - 04270
Leanne Petry, Doug J. Hufnagle, and David W. Barrington, University of Dayton Research Institute;
James F. Dante, Southwest Research Institute
Non-Chromium Rinses for Zinc Phosphate Coatings - 04271
Joseph Menke, US Army ARDEC
Amorphous Metallic Coatings with Tunable Corrosion Properties Based on Al-Co-Ce-(Mo)
Alloy Compositions - 04276
Meghan Goldman, Necip Unlu, Gary J. Shiflet, and John R. Scully, University of Virginia; Francisco J.
Presuel, University of South Florida
The Effect of Pretreatment and Temper on the Under-paint Corrosion of AA2024 - 04277
Daryl A. Little, John R. Scully, and J.R. Ferrell, University of Virginia
Self Healing Coatings Using Microcapsules and Nanocapsules - 04278
Ashok Kumar and Larry D. Stephenson, US Army Corps of Engineers

Thermal Spray - Getting It on So It Will Stay, Providing Corrosion Protection


Sponsored by Committee TEG 255X on Thermal-Spray Coatings for Corrosion Protection. This TEG
is administered by STG 02.
Symposium Chair: Michael MeLampy, KTA Tator Inc.; Vice Chair: Larry Moskowitz, BP
Guidelines for Corrosion Control Thermal Spray Operator Training - 04716
Dave Wixson, Thermion Metallizing Systems Ltd.
Surface Preparation for Optimum Thermal Spray Adhesion and Long Life - 04717
Hugh J. Roper, Wheelabrator Abrasives
Application and Performance of Thermally Sprayed Aluminum and Zinc on Steel - 04719
Walter T. Young and John Repp, Corrpro Companies Inc.
Integrated Protection System for Chloride Deteriorated Concrete Structures - 04720
Ralph Baessler, Gerd Eich, and Andreas Burkert, BAM Federal Institute of Materials
Lifetime General - Purpose Bomb Renovation Using Wire Arc Spray at the Blue Grass Army
Depot - 04724
Douglas H. Neale, NCI Information Systems; David L. Butler, Science Applications International
Corrosion

10 Years of Deepwater Experience - What Have We Learned


Sponsored by STG 32 on Oil and Gas Production - Metallurgy
Symposium Chair: Khlefa A. Esaklul, BP Exploration; Vice Chair: Lillian Skogsberg, Shell
International E&P
Corrosion Fatigue Performance of Welded Risers for Deepwater Applications - 04144
Paul Woollin, Richard J. Pargeter, and G. Reza Razmjoo, TWI Ltd.
Experience with Guided Wave Ultrasonic Technique in the Inspection of Offshore Pipeline
Installations - 04146
Damodaran Raghu, Shell Pipeline Co.; Humberto Figueroa, PDVSA Intevep
Fitness for Purpose Sulfide Stress Corrosion Testing for Alloys in Existing Wells in Deep
Water Gulf of Mexico - 04148
Lillian Skogsberg, Shell International E&P
High Strength Fasteners for Subsea Applications - 04151
Khlefa A. Esaklul, BP Exploration; John W. Martin, BP Amoco
Deepwater Corrosion Monitoring: Challenges and Progress - 04153
Dawn C. Eden, InterCorr International Inc.; Khlefa A. Esaklul, BP Exploration

Predicting Internal Corrosion in Oil and Gas Production Systems


Sponsored by Committee TEG 201X on Predicting Corrosion in Oil and Gas Production Systems.
This TEG is administered by STG 31.
Symposium Chair: Bernardus F.M. Pots, Shell Global Solutions US; Vice Chair: Srdjan Nesic, Ohio
University
Prediction of Inhibitor Behavior in the Field from Data in the Laboratory - 04622
Sankara Papavinasam, Guowu Shen, Alex M. Doiron, and R. Winston Revie, CANMET Materials
Technology Lab
Modeling of CO2 Corrosion of Mild Steel in the Presence of High Partial Pressures of CO2 and
Acetic Acid - Electrochemical Modeling and a Modification to the de Waard Corrosion Model 04623
Keith George, BP America; Shihuai Wang and Srdjan Nesic, Ohio University; Kees de Waard
Integrity Assessment of Marine Offshore Networks Through Flowline/Wellhead Inspection
Campaign - 04625
Jeremiah Emeka Mbamalu and Frederick Oba Edeko, University of Benin
Integrated CO2 Corrosion - Multiphase Flow Model - 04626
Srdjan Nesic, JiYong Cai, Shihuai Wang, and Ying Xiao, Ohio University
Corrosion Behavior of X70 Pipeline Steel in H2S Containing Solutions - 04627
Juan Genesca Llongueras, Sergio Arzola-Peraltaa, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico; Juan
Mendoza-Flores and Ruben Duran-Romero, Instituto Mexicano Petroleo
A Quasi 2-D Localized Corrosion Model - 04628
Srdjan Nesic and Ying Xiao, Ohio University; Bernardus F.M. Pots, Shell Global Solutions US
Baseline Experiments for the Modeling of Corrosion at High CO2 Pressure - 04630
Kjell Ove Kongshaug and Marion Seiersten, Institute for Energy Technology
The Application of Corrosion Prediction Models to the Design and Operation of Pipelines 04633
Sergio D. Kapusta and Bernardus F.M. Pots, Shell Global Solutions US Inc.; Ian J. Rippon, Shell
Global Solutions International BV

Process Industry Corrosion in the New Millennium - Part III


Sponsored by STG 36 on Process Industry - Chemicals
Symposium Chair: Dinesh C. Agarwal, ThyssenKrupp VDM USA Inc.; Vice Chair: Chak M. Wong,
Bayer Corp.
Equipment Integrity in the New Millennium - 04215
Robert E. Smallwood, Det Norske Veritas (USA) Inc.
Corrosion and Damage in Cooling Water Systems - Some Case Histories - 04216
Chak M. Wong, Bayer Corp.
A New Nickel Alloy Resistant to "Wet Process" Phosphoric Acid - 04221
Paul Crook and Martin Caruso, Haynes International Inc.
Investigation Concerning the Application of the Weld Filler Metals FM 59 and FM 22 for
Welding of Nickel Alloys of the C-Series (NiCrMo Alloys) in the Chemical Process Industry 04224
Josef Heinemann, UTP Schweissmaterial GmbH; Christian Richli, Roche AG
Alloy 33: A Versatile Alloy for Concentrated Mineral Acid and Other Applications - 04226
Larry D. Paul and Helena Alves, ThyssenKrupp VDM
Understanding Corrosion Behavior from Electrochemical Measurements - 04227
Te-Lin Yau, Te-Lin Yau Consultancy
Suitability of More Noble Materials for Tanks for Transport of Dangerous Goods - 04228
Ralph Baessler and Margit Weltschev, BAM; Helmut Werner, Institute for Corrosion Protection;
Rainer Behrens, Krupp VDM GmbH
Alloy 31: A Cost Effective Super 6Mo Alloy for Solving Corrosion Problems in the Process
Industries - 04225
Dinesh C. Agarwal, ThyssenKrupp VDM USA Inc.
Performance of CRA in Hydrofluoric Acid - 04229
Guenter Schmitt, Iserlohn University of Applied Science; Michael H.W. Renner, Bayer Technology
Services GmbH; E.M. Horm and Stefan Losacker, Exxon Mobil Production Germany GmbH
Alloy Selection for Dilute and Medium Concentration Sulfuric Acid - 04233
Ulrich Brill and Helena Alves, ThyssenKrupp VDM GmbH
Iron Contamination in Ni-Cr-Mo Alloy Weldments - 04241
Paul Cripps, SNC-LAVALIN Inc.; Richard A. Corbett, Corrosion Testing Labs Inc.; Mark Butts,
Chicago Bridge & Iron; Oscar Gilbertson, Syncrude Canada Ltd.
Effect of Chloride and Phosphoric Acid on the Corrosion of C-276, UNS N08028, and UNS
N08367 - 04231
Sukanta Ghosh and Thodla Ramgopal, GE India Technology Centre Ltd.
Analysis of Welded Stainless Steels and Nickel Base Alloys Using a Locally Resolving
Electrochemical Sensor - 04232
Rudolf Morach, Ciba Specialty Chemicals; Markus Buechler, SGK

Alloy Selection for Organic Environments with Small Additions of H2SO4 or HCL - 04235
Helena Alves, ThyssenKrupp VDM GmbH; Helmut Werner, Institute for Corrosion Protection
Influence of Shielding Gases on Corrosion Properties of Nickel Alloy Weldments - 04236
Josef Heinemann, UTP Schweissmaterial GmbH; Thomas Ammann, Linde AG
Role of Acetonitrile on Corrosion of UNS N06022 - 04237
Thodla Ramgopal, GE India Technology Centre Ltd.
Real-Time Corrosion Monitoring for Improved Process Control: A Real and Timely Alternative
to Upgrading Materials of Construction - 04238
Dawn C. Eden, InterCorr International Inc.; Joseph D. Kintz, BASF Corporation
Investigation of Titanium Pipe Rupture in a Chemical Production Reactor - 04230
Abdullah Al-Refaie and Oluwatoyin Ashiru, SABIC Technology Center
A New Corrosion Resistant Ni-Cr-Mo Alloy with High Strength - 04239
Lee M. Pike and Dwaine L. Klarstrom, Haynes International
Advanced 6 Mo Stainless Steels for Process Industry - 04765
Jerome Peultier, Bernard Bonnefois, Lionel Coudreuse, Jean Pierre Audouard, and Pierre Soulignac,
INDUSTEEL Creusot
Role of Methanol on Pitting of SS316 - Preliminary Results - 04240
Thodla Ramgopal and S. Ammancherla, GE India Technology Centre Ltd.
Effect of Heat Treatment and Tin Content on the Corrosion of Zirconium 702 in Sulfuric Acid 04222
Derrill Holmes, Wah Chang
Evaluation of Polymer Materials for Lining Systems - 04218
Dale K. Heffner, Electro Chemical Engineering and Mfg.
The Influence of Functional Surface Properties of Stainless Steels on Corrosion - 04223
Thomas L. Ladwein, Fachhochschule Aalen; Paul Guempel, Fachhochschule Konstanz

Marine Corrosion
Sponsored by STG 44 on Marine Corrosion and Transportation
Symposium Chair: David A. Shifler, NSWC; Vice Chair: Edward J. Lemieux, Naval Research Lab
A New Generation of High Strength, Corrosion-Resistant Superalloy Products for Marine
Fasteners and Hardware - A Summary Report - 04287
Edward L. Hibner and Lewis E. Shoemaker, Special Metals Corporation
Corrosion Evaluation of a High Performance Cu-Based Alloy for Seawater Applications - 04298
John O. Ratka, Brush Wellman Inc.; Manuel N. Maligas, FMC Technologies
Study of the Corrosion Performance of High Mechanical Strength Alloys Submerged Under
Lake Maracaibo Brackish Water - 04312
Rafael Reyes, Revista Tecnica de Ingenieria; Matilde de Romero, La Universidad de Zulia
Alloy 59, UNSN06059, Provides Answers to Many Critical Problems of the Marine Industry
(Crevice Corrosion, Weld Repair, SCC of Fasteners) - 04281
Dinesh C. Agarwal, ThyssenKrupp VDM USA Inc.; Ulrich Brill, Thyssnand Rainer Behrens, Krupp
VDM GmbH
Corrosion Issues of Heating Coil Units in the Cargo Hold of Commercial Large Vessels Stainless Steel and Aluminum Brass Tube Materials - 04293
Ho Il Lee, Hyundai Industries Research Institute; Kwang Ki Baek and Chul Hwan Lee, Hyundai Heavy
Industries Co. Ltd.
When Corrosion Science Meets an Icon of Maritime History - 04317
Craig K. Meier, Corrosion Control Inc.; Paul Mardikian, Warren Lasch Conservation Center
Modeling of Crevice Corrosion of Pure Nickel by Coupling of Phase and Polarization Behavior
at Various pH, Chloride, and Oxygen Levels - 04289
Hans Hoffmeister, Institute for Failure Analysis
Crevice Corrosion Testing of Stainless Steel Tubes - 04300
Ulf H. Kivisakk, AB Sandvik Materials Technology
Effect of Chloride Contents, pH and Temperature on Crevice Corrosion of Alloy 33 as
Determined by Remote Crevice Assembly (RCA) Testing - 04290
Hans Hoffmeister and Gerald Scheidacker, Institute for Failure Analysis
Fluoroelastomeric Gasket Peculiarities Influence the Seawater Crevice Corrosion
Susceptibility of NiCrMo Alloys - 04309
Farrel J. Martin, Geo Centers Inc.; Paul M. Natishan, Steven H. Lawrence, Elizabeth A. Hogan, and
Keith E. Lucas, Naval Research Laboratory; Elvin Dail Thomas, Naval Sea Systems Command
Surface Chromium Depletion and Corrosion Attack - 04291
John F. Grubb, John J. Dunn, and David Bergstrom, Allegheny Ludlum Corp.
User's View of Pitting Corrosion - 04304
Gregor K. Mori, University of Leoben
Long-Term Performance of Steel in Concrete Immersed in Sea Water - 04284
Del Hausmann, DA Hausmann Consulting

Corrosion Problems Associated with a Fireproofing-Coated Structure Exposed to a Marine


Environment - 04313
Miguel A. Sanchez, Mayte Sadaba, Rafael Fernandez, Universidad del Zulia; Oladis de Rincon,
Sebastian Delgado, and Daniel Garcia and Enyo Sanchez, Centro de Estudios de Corrosio; Erika
Sanchez, Texas A&M University
Evaluation of In-Service Navy Ship Hull Coating Utilizing Electrochemical Current and
Impedance Measurement Techniques - 04297
Robert L. Ruedisueli, NSWC Carderock Division; John N. Murray, Murray's et al
Electrochemical Evaluation of Stainless Steels in Acidic Sodium Chloride Solutions - 04303
Luz Marina Calle and Louis G. MacDowell, NASA Kennedy Space Center; Rubiela Vinje, ASRC
Aerospace
The Synergistic Effect of Water Treatment Chemicals on the Corrosion Rate of L-80 Steel in
Sea Water, Formation Water and a Combination of Both - 04285
AbdulHameed Al-Hashem and J.A. Carew, Kuwait Institute of Scientific Research; Amal Al Borno,
Charter Coating Service Ltd.
Corrosion Control Treatments for Ocean Vessel Hulls - 04307
Richard D. Granata and K. Mann, Florida Atlantic University; Ronald Simmons, SBB Technologies
Inc.
Evaluation of Coating Systems on Al 2519 in Natural and Accelerated Corrosion Test
Environments - 04288
Dan A. Davis, Richard A. Hays, and Andrew Sheetz, Naval Surface Warfare Center
Development of a Corrosion Resistant Hard Coating Material for Seawater Applications 04302
Kenichi Sugiyama and Satoshi Kawamura, Ebara Research Co. Ltd.; Shuhei Nakahama, Ebara
Corp.; Toshiaki Yashiro and Kondo Tetsuya, Daido Castings Co. Ltd.
The Environmental Factors Affecting the Performance of Nickel Aluminum Bronze - 04301
Rakesh C. Barik, J.A. Wharton, and Robert J.K. Wood, University of Southampton; K.R. Stokes,
Winfrith Technology Centre
Corrosion Assessment of Nickel Aluminum Bronze (NAB) in Seawater - 04294
Kunigahalli L. Vasanth and Richard A. Hays, Naval Surface Warfare Center
Durability of Concrete Structures: DURACON, an Iberoamerican Project, Preliminary Results 04311
Oladis de Rincon, Centro de Estudios de Corrosio; Manuela Salta, Lab Nacional de Engenharia Civil;
Ruby Mejias de Guterrez, La Universidad del Ville
Galvanic Cathodic Protection of Reinforced Concrete Structures in a Marine Environment 04308
Michael Szeliga, Russell Corrosion Consultants; Paul S. Rothman, The Port Authority of NY & NJ;
Steve Nikolakakos, Russell Corrosion Consultants Inc.

Corrosion Resistance of Galvanized Bars in Concrete Structures Exposed in the Caribbean 04316
Luis Maldonado-Lopez, Cinvestav Merida; Safaa Alhassan, International Lead Zinc Research
Organization Inc
Flexible Coatings for Marine Immersion Applications - 04295
William Needham, NSWC
Atmospheric Corrosion and Chloride Deposition on Metal Surfaces - 04306
Steven A. Matthes, Gordon R. Holcomb, Stephen D. Cramer, Bernard S. Covino Jr. and Sophie J.
Bullard, US Dept. of Energy
Evaluating the Hot Corrosion Resistance of High Temperature Coatings for Marine Gas
Turbines - 04286
David A. Shifler, NSWC

Reviews on Corrosion Inhibitor Science and Technology - III


Sponsored by Committee TEG 094X on Inhibitors, State-of-the-Art Review. This TEG is administered
by STG 61.
Symposium Chair: Aravamudhan Raman, Louisiana State University; Vice Chair: Paul Labine, SCI &
Associates Inc.
Tailoring and Synthesis of Corrosion Inhibitors - 04400
Mumtaz Ahmad Quraishi, Aligarh Muslim University
Modeling the Functional Behavior of Corrosion Inhibitors - 04401
William Durnie, ONDEO Nalco Energy Service Ltd.
Hydrodynamic and Flow Effects on Corrosion Inhibition - 04402
Rudolf H. Hausler, Corro Consulta; Guenter Schmitt, Iserlohn University of Applied Science
Combined Corrosion Protection Methods Including Inhibitors - 04403
Efim Ya Lyublinski and Donald A. Kubik, Northern Technologies International Co.
Review of Corrosion Inhibition in High Level Radioactive Waste Tanks in the DOE Complex 04420
Karthik H. Subramanian, Bruce J. Wiersma, and Philip E. Zapp, Westinghouse Savannah River Co.
Green Inhibitors - Where Are We? - 04406
D.V. Satyanarayana Gupta, BJ Services Co.
Green Inhibitors - Development and Applications for Aqueous Systems - 04407
Wayne W. Frenier and Donald G. Hill, Schlumberger
Green Inhibitors for Improving Conversion Coatings on Metals - 04408
Yurii I. Kuznetsov, Institute of Physical Chemistry
Testing of Green Inhibitors for Corrosion Inhibition and Toxicity - 04409
Donald G. Hill, Schlumberger
Green Inhibitors for Coatings and Linings - Traditional vs. Green - 04410
Aravamudhan Raman, Louisiana State University
Naturally Occurring Products as Corrosion Inhibitors - 04411
Mumtaz Ahmad Quraishi, Aligarh Muslim University
Inhibition of Ferrous Metal Corrosion by Carboxylates - 04412
J.M. Godinez-Alvarez, Jose Luis Mora-Mendoza, E. Rodriguez-Betancourt, and Gerardo ZavalaOlivares Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo; Miguel A. Gonzalez-Nunez, Instituto Investigaciones
Electricas
Progress in the Fundamentals of Volatile Inhibitors of Atmospheric Corrosion of Metals 04413
Nickolay Andreev and Yurii I. Kuznetsov, Institute of Physical Chemistry
VCIs for Protection of Steels in Concrete - 04414
Madan K. Kamat, Krishna Conchem Products Pvt. Ltd.; G.V. Prabhu-Gaonkar, Indian Institute of
Technology; Aravamudhan Raman, Louisiana State University

Health and Safety Considerations of VCI Corrosion Inhibiting Systems in Polymer Films 04416
Yelena Shanina, Northern Technologies International
Performance and Testing of Vapor Phase Corrosion Inhibitors - 04418
Alla Y. Furman, Margarita Kharshan, and Christophe J. Chandler, Cortec Corp.
CIs in Paper and Pulp Industry - 04419
G.V. Prabhu-Gaonkar, Indian Institute of Technology; Aravamudhan Raman, Louisiana State
University
Corrosion Inhibitors for Hot Acid Media - 04421
Mumtaz Ahmad Quraishi, Aligarh Muslim University
Review of Corrosion Inhibitor Developments and Testing for Offshore Oil and Gas Production
Systems - 04422
Mike Gregg and Sunder Ramachandran, Baker Petrolite Corporation
Aggressive Agents as Corrosion Inhibitors in Gas and Oil Production - 04423
James A. Dougherty, Consultant
Testing Methods and Standards for Oilfield Corrosion Inhibitors - 04424
Sankara Papavinasam, R. Winston Revie, CANMET Materials Technology Lab; Milan Bartos, Nalco
Preferential Weld Protection Corrosion Inhibitor for Topsides Gas Producing Facility under
High Shear and "Sweet" Condition - 04425
Henry Craddock, A. Mamann, and S. Caird, Roemax Ltd.; B Daneilsen, Maersk Contractors

Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion


Sponsored by Committee TEG 187X on Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion. This TEG is
administered by STG 60.
Symposium Chair: James D. Fritz, TMR Stainless; Vice Chair: Susan W. Borenstein
Environmentally Friendly Approaches to Inhibit Biocorrosion: An Overview - 04574
Hector A. Videla, Sandra G. Gomez Saravia, and Patricia S. Guiamet, University of La Plata; Liz
Karen Herrera, University of Antioquia; Christine C. Gaylarde, University of Rio Grande do Sul
Influence of Nutrient Medium Composition on the Direction of Microbiologically Induced
Corrosion - 04575
S.K. Jigletsova, V.B. Rodin, V.P. Kholodenko, N.A. Zhirkova, and N.V. Alexandrova, State Research
Center
Correlation between Desulfovibrio Sessile Growth and OCP, Hydrogen Permeation, Corrosion
Products and Morphological Attack on Iron - 04576
Matilde de Romero, La Universidad de Zulia; Sandra C. Urdaneta, Malbayucel Barrientos, and
Gustavo Romero, Urb Los Olivas
Antibacterial Activity of a Biocide (5-Chloro-2-Methyl-5-Isothiazolin-3-One; CMI) in Biofilm 04577
Yasunori Tanji, Shun Takano, Kazuhiko Miyanaga, Katsutoshi Hori, and Hajime Unno, Tokyo Institute
of Technology
Real-Time Corrosion Monitoring of Steel Influenced by Microbial Activity (SRB) in Simulated
Seawater Injection Environments - 04579
Russell D. Kane, InterCorr International Inc.; Scott Campbell, Commercial Microbiology Inc.
Non-Bioassay Techniques for Monitoring MIC - 04580
Freeman E. Blackburn
Optimizing Biocide Additions via Real Time Monitoring of Biofilms - 04582
George J. Licina, Structural Integrity Associates Inc.
Electrochemical Behavior of Localized Corrosion in Steel, by Sulfate-reducing Bacteria under
Oligotrophic Conditions - 04583
D. Alazard, A. Alejandra Padilla-Viveros, and Esteban Miguel Garcia Ochoa, Instituto Mexicano de
Petroleo
Degradation of Polyurethane by Bacterium Isolated from Soil - 04584
Ji-Dong Gu, University of Hong Kong; Ralph Mitchell, Harvard University
Novel Methods for the Assessment of Biodeterioration of Stone Monuments - 04585
Hector A. Videla, University of La Plata; Liz Karen Herrera, University of Antioquia; Daniel G. Poire,
Central Investigaciones Geologies; Cesareo Saiz-Jimenez and Juan M. Gonzalez, SCIC
Degradation of the Plasticizers Ortho-Dimethyl Phthalate Ester by Environmental Bacteria 04586
Ji-Dong Gu and Yingying Wang, University of Hong Kong

Inter-Relationship between Sulfate Reducing Bacteria Associated with Microbiologically


Influenced Corrosion and Other Bacterial Communities in Wells - 04588
Roy Cullimore and Lori A. Johnston, Droycon Bioconcepts Inc.
Evaluation of Corrosion Rate in API XL52 Steel, Induced by a Microbial Consortium, Isolated
From a Gas Pipeline - 04589
Geraldo Zavala-Olivares, N. Ruiz Ordaz, M.J. Hernandez-Gayosso, A. Alejandra Padilla-Viveros, R.
Garc a Esquivel, and Luis Mora-Mendoza, Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo
Biotic Pit Initiation on Pipeline Steel in the Presence of Sulfate Reducing Bacteria - 04590
Richard B. Eckert, CC Technologies; Henry C. Aldrich, University of Florida; Bruce G. Pound,
Exponent Failure Analysis Association
Improved Method for Monitoring Microbial Communities in Gas Pipelines - 04592
John Kilbane, Xiangyang Zhu, John Lubeck, Kristine Lowe, and Amrutha Daram, Gas Technology
Institute
An Evaluation of Carbon Steel Corrosion under Stagnant Seawater Conditions - 04595
Jason S. Lee, Richard I. Ray, Edward J. Lemieux, and Brenda J. Little, Naval Research Lab
Micron Scale MIC of Alloy 22 after Long Term Incubation in Saturated Nuclear Waste
Repository Microcosms - 04596
Sue Martin, Joanne Horn, and Alda Celena Carrillo, Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Effect of Metal Microstructure on Bacterial Attachment: A Contributing Factor for Preferential
MIC Attack of Welds - 04597
Kurissery R. Sreekumari, Kanavillil Nandakumar, and Yasushi Kikuchi, Osaka University
Studies of the Corrosion Behavior of Stainless Steels in Chloride Solutions in the Presence of
Sulfate Reducing Bacteria - 04598
Lietai Yang and Gustavo A. Cragnolino, CNWRA-SwRI
Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion Failure of AISI Type 304 Stainless Steel in a
Wastewater Treatment System - 04600
Kurissery R. Sreekumari, Kyozo Hirotani, and Yasushi Kikuchi, Osaka University; Katsuya Akamatsu,
Kansai University; Takashi Imamichi, Shiga Perfecture
MIC by Manganese Oxidizers in a Paper Mill - 04601
Paul Linhardt, Vienna University of Technology; Gregor K. Mori, University of Leoben
A Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion Study in Fire Protection Systems - 04602
Geary G. Yee and Michael R. Whitbeck, FM Global Research

Corrosion in Nuclear Systems


Sponsored by Committee TEG 224X on Corrosion in Nuclear Systems. This TEG is administered by
STG 41.
Symposium Chair: Raul B. Rebak, Lawrence Livermore National Lab; Vice Chair: Ronald E. Mizia,
Idaho National Engineering Lab
Materials Degradation Issues for the Next Generation Nuclear Plant - 04666
Ronald E. Mizia and Eric L. Shaber, Idaho National Engineering Lab
Resolving Electrocatalytic SCC Mitigation Issues in High Temperature Water - 04668
Peter L. Andresen, GE Global Research Center; Thomas P. Diaz and Samson Hettiarachchi, GE
Nuclear Energy
Evaluation of Alternate Reductants for Reducing the ECP in 288C Water - 04669
Young-Jin Kim, GE Corp. R&D Center
Influence of Temperature on the PWSCC Initiation and Crack Growth Rate Susceptibility of
Alloy 600 Weld Metals - 04670
Yoshito Nishikawa, Nobuo Totsuka, and Koji Arioka, Institute of Nuclear Safety Systems Inc.
Stress Corrosion Cracking of Alloy 600 Tubes in High Temperature Water Environments 04671
Albert R. Vaia and Richard J. Jacko, Westinghouse Electric Co.; Robert E. Gold, Westinghouse
Nuclear Fuel
After Two Decades of Predicting Crack Growth Rate - What Have We Learned? - 04673
Digby D. Macdonald, Pennsylvania State University; George Engelhardt, OLI Systems Inc.
SCC of High Strength Ni-Base Alloys in High Temperature Water - 04675
Peter L. Andresen and Martin M. Morra, GE Global Research Center; Paul W. Emigh, General
Electric Corp. R&D
A Flow Impingement Facility for Corrosion and Electrochemical Studies in High Temperature
Aqueous Solutions - 04677
Yucheng Lu, Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd.
Effects of Yield Strength, Corrosion Potential, Composition and Stress Intensity Factor in SCC
of Stainless Steels - 04678
Peter L. Andresen and Martin M. Morra, GE Global Research Center; William R. Catlin, General
Electric Corp. R&D
The Effect of Strain Rate on PWSCC Fracture Mode and Crack Growth Rates of Nickel Alloy
and Austenitic Stainless Steel - 04679
Nobuo Totsuka, Yoshito Nishikawa, and Yoshiari Kaneshima, Institute of Nuclear Safety Systems Inc.
The Effect of Chloride and Sulfate Transients on the Stress Corrosion Cracking Behavior of
Low Alloy RPV Steels under Simulated BWR Environment - 04680
Stefan Ritter and Hans Peter Seifert, Paul Scherrer Institute

Fracture Mechanics Study of the Intergranular to Transgranular Transition in the Stress


Corrosion Cracking of Zirconium Alloys - 04681
Silvia B. Farina and Gustavo Duffo, Comicion Nacional Energia Atomica
Characterization of Corrosion Probe Coupons Exposed in Tank 241-AN-107 - 04682
Ramamohan P. Anantatmula, CH2M HILL
Pitting Corrosion in the Vapor Space and Liquid/Air Interface of High Level Radioactive Waste
Tank - 04683
Karthik H. Subramanian and Philip E. Zapp, Westinghouse Savannah River Co.
Life Prediction of Intermediate Level Radioactive Waste Disposal Vaults - 04684
Gustavo Duffo, Esteban A. Arva, and Marta Graciela Alvarez, Comicion Nacional Energia Atomica;
Walter Morris, Consultant
Real-Time Monitoring of Copper Corrosion at the Aspo Hard Rock Laboratory - 04687
Bo Rosborg, Rosborg Consulting; David A. Eden, InterCorr International; Ola Karnland, Clay
Technology AB; Jinshan Pan, KTH Corrosion Science; Lars O. Werme, Svensk Karnbranslehartering
AB
Galvanic Corrosion between the Nuclear Waste Disposal Container Materials Copper-Nickel
Alloys and Carbon Steel in Salt Brines - 04688
Emmanuel Smailos and Bernhard Kienzler, Forschungzentrum Karlsruhe
Corrosion of Ti Gr 7 and other Titanium Alloys in Nuclear Waste Repository Environments - A
Review - 04689
Fred Hua and V. Pasupathi, Bechtel SAIC Co. LLC; Gerald M. Gordon, Framatome ANP; Kevin Mon,
Framatome Cogema Fuels; David W. Shoesmith, University of Western Ontario
Crack Initiation of Alloy 22 in Concentrated Groundwater - 04691
Peter L. Andresen, Gregory Catlin, and Lisa M. Young, GE Global Research Center; Gerald M.
Gordon, Framatome ANP
A Performance Assessment Model for Localized Corrosion Susceptibility of Alloy 22 in
Chloride Containing Brines for High Level Nuclear Waste Disposal Container - 04692
Joon H. Lee, Sandia National Labs; Raul B. Rebak and Tammy S. Edgecumbe Summers, Lawrence
Livermore National Lab
The Localized Corrosion of Alloy 22 in Simulated HLNW Environments - 04693
Digby D. Macdonald, Pennsylvania State University; Namal Priyantha and Palitha Jayaweera, SRI
International; George Engelhardt, OLI Systems Inc.; Alexi Davydov, Frumkin Institute
Multi-Phase Corrosion of Engineered Barrier Materials - 04694
April L. Pulvirenti, Karen M. Needham, Mohammed A. Adel-Hadadi, and Aaron Barkatt, The Catholic
University of America; Charles R. Marks and Jeffrey A. Gorman, Dominion Engineering Inc.
SCC Growth Rate Studies on Welded and Aged Alloy 22 in Concentrated Groundwater - 04695
Peter L. Andresen, GE Global Research Center; Paul W. Emigh, General Electric Corp. R&D; Gerald
M. Gordon, Framatome ANP

Effect of the Environment and Alloy Composition on the Electrochemical Behavior of Ni-Cr-Mo
Alloys - 04697
Joel Hayes, Alan W. Szmodis, Kelly Anderson, and Christine Orme, Lawrence Livermore National
Lab
Effect of Fabrication Processes on Alloy 22 Corrosion Resistance - 04698
Darrell S. Dunn, Gustavo A. Cragnolino, Yi Ming Pan, and Lietai Yang, CNWRA - SwRI
A Probabilistic Assessment Model for General Corrosion of Alloy 22 for High Level Nuclear
Waste Disposal Container - 04699
Joon H. Lee, Sandia National Labs; Hatem A. Elayat, Lawrence Livermore National Labs
Effect of Fluoride Ions on the Anodic Behavior of Mill Annealed and Thermally Aged Alloy 22 04700
Ricardo M. Carranza and Martin A. Rodriguez, Comision Nacional de Energia Atomica; Raul B.
Rebak, Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Surface Analysis of Alloy 22 Coupons Exposed for Five Years to Concentrated Ground Waters
- 04701
Lana L. Wong, Raul B. Rebak, Tiangan Lian, Mark Sutton, and David V. Fix, Lawrence Livermore
National Lab

Materials Design for Oil and Gas Field Application


Sponsored by STG 32 on Oil and Gas Production - Metallurgy
Symposium Chair: Bruce E. Urband, Grant Prideco LP; Vice Chair: Bruce P. Miglin, Shell Global
Solutions
Full Size-Four-Point-Bend Testing: A New Approach to Evaluate the SCC Resistance of Large
Diameter Pipes for Sour Service - 04130
Christoph Bosch, Andreas Liessem, and Axel Kulgemeyer, Mannesmann Forschungsinstitut
The Effect of Chromium and Molybdenum on the Susceptibility to Sulfide Stress Cracking of
API X70 Grade Linepipe Steels - 04107
Seong Ung Koh, Kyoo Young Kim, and Ha Manh Hung, Pohang University of Science & Technology;
Boo Young Yang, POSCO
Effect of Different Test Variables on the KISSC Value - 04132
Hugo Ernst, Teresa E. Perez, Claudio Morales, Jose Villasante, Guillermo Echaniz, R. Bravo, and
Gustavo Lopez-Turconi, TENARIS
The Production and Fit for Service Testing and Field Usage of C-110 - 04109
Bruce E. Urband, Grant Prideco LP; Khlefa A. Esaklul, BP Exploration; John W. Martin, BP Amoco
Experience Feedback on the Use of a Carbon Steel Subsea Pipeline for a High Pressure,
Sweet Service Gas Field - 04119
Per Tobiassen, Total Fina Elf; Aage Engen Pedersen, Total France
In-Field Corrosion Performance of 3%Cr Steels in Sweet and Sour Downhole Production and
Water Injection - 04111
Bijan Kermani, KeyTech; Juan Carlos Gonzales, Gustavo Lopez Turconi, Teresa E. Perez, and
Claudio Morales, TENARIS
Corrosion and Environmental Cracking Testing of High Density Brine for a HPHT Field
Application - 04113
Lucrezia Scoppio, Centro Sviluppo Materiali SpA; Perry Ian Nice, Stale Nodland and Eugenio Lo
Piccol, Statoil
Development of 27-7MO: An Improved Super-Austenitic Stainless Steel with High Strength and
Excellent Corrosion Resistance for Sour Service - 04114
Nathan C. Eisinger, Brett C. Puckett, and James R. Crum, Special Metals Corporation
Effects of Strain and Aging on Mechanical Property and Corrosion Resistance of Low C-13%
Cr Steels Weld Joint - 04117
Shuji Hashizume and Toshio Suzuki, NKK Tubes
Corrosion Resistance of Martensitic Stainless Steel OCTG in High Temperature and High CO2
Environment - 04118
Mitsuo Kimura, Yukio Miyata, Kei Sakata, and Ryosuke Mochizuki, JFE Steel Corp.
Comparison of Corrosion Resistance of Nickel-base Alloys for OCTG's and Mechanical Tubing
in Severe Sour Service Conditions - 04110
Edward L. Hibner and Brett C. Puckett, Special Metals Corporation; John Patchell, Corrosion
Resistant Alloys

Successful Use of 17-4 PH Components in Well Test Equipment in Sour Oilfield Environments
- 04120
Seth A. Silverman, Rashmi B. Bhavsar, and Dave Macwilliam, Schlumberger
Sulfide Stress Cracking of Stainless Steel 410 in Sour Crude Oil - 04121
Daryoush Masouri and Mahmoud Zafari, National Iranian South Oil Co.
The Selection of Superduplex Stainless Steel for Oilfield Applications - 04123
Roger Francis, Glenn Byrne, and Geoff R. Warburton, Weir Materials; Manuel N. Maligas, FMC
Technologies
Stress Corrosion Cracking Sensitivity of Super Martensitic Stainless Steels in High Chloride
Concentration Environment - 04124
Hisashi Amaya, Kunio Kondo, Kazuhiro Ogawa, Masakatsu Ueda, Tsuneo Murase, Hiroyuki Hirata,
Akira Taniyama, Masayuki Sagara, and Hideki Takabe, Sumitomo Metal Industries Ltd.
Assessing MMC's for Corrosion and Erosion-Corrosion Applications in the Oil Sands Industry
- 04125
Anne Neville and F. Reza, Heriot-Watt University; Stefano P. Chiovelli and Tim Revega, Syncrude
Canada Ltd.
Materials Selection and Corrosion Issues on an Offshore Producing Platform in the Arabian
Gulf - 04126
Jerry Bauman, Cimarron Integrity Ltd.
Simulation Tests on Effects of Mechanical Damage or Acid Cleaning on Corrosion Resistant
Alloys Used for Oil/Gas Production Well Tubulars - 04127
John W. Martin, BP Amoco; Andrew J. McMahon, Helix RDS
Cracking Tendencies of Two Martensitic Stainless Alloys in Common Heavy Completion Brine
Systems at Down-Hole Conditions: A Laboratory Investigation - 04128
Thomas E. Henke and Joel F. Carpenter, Albemarle Corp.
Laboratory Evaluation of the Corrosion Behavior of Copper-based Alloys in Simulated Oil and
Gas Production Environments - 04106
Timothy Haeberle and Jerry Maldonado, ABB Vetco Gray
Alloy 926 and Alloy 31, High Nitrogen 6-Mo Stainless Steels for Wireline ApplicationsRequirements and Performance - 04131
Michael Eckhardt, Thyssen Krupp VDM GmbH; Shui L. Lee, Central Wire Industries Ltd.
Limits for SCC of Welded Martensitic SS with Respect to Sour Service Applications - 04108
Trond Rogne and Morten Svenning, SINTEF Materials Technology
Chloride Concentration, Applied Stress and Use of CA6NM Impellers in Sour Gas
Compressors - 04133
Karol E. Szklarz, Shell Canada Ltd.; Daniel Claus, Dresser Rand
Cracking Susceptibility of Duplex Stainless Steel at an Intermediate Temperature in the
Presence of H2S Containing Environments - 04134
Julio G. Maldonado, InterCorr International; James W. Skogsberg, ChevronTexaco

Effect of PWHT on the Heat-Affected Zone Properties of Super-Martensitic Stainless Pipe


Steels - 04136
Jose Elver Ramirez, Edison Welding Institute
Safe Use of Al-Bronze Components in 22Cr Duplex Stainless Steel Equipment - 04137
Torfinn Havn, Aker Kvaerner; Tor Hemmingsen, Stavanger College
The SCC Resistance of 316L Expandable Pipe in Production Environments Containing H2S
and Chloride - 04138
Greg B. Chitwood, Halliburton Energy Services; Lillian Skogsberg, Shell International E&P
Corrosion Behavior of Carbon Steel, Low Alloy Steel and CRA's in Partially Deaerated Sea
Water and Commingled Produced Water - 04139
Michael John Schofield and K.C. Waterton, CAPCIS Ltd.; Tim Evans, BP Exploration Operating Co.
Ltd.; Perry Ian Nice, Statoil
Use and Abuse of Artificial Acetate Buffering in Standardized and Application Specific Testing
- 04140
Jean Louis Crolet and Jean Leyer, Vallourec Research Center
Girth Weld Failures in 13Cr Sweet Wet Gas Flow Lines - 04141
Willem M. Van Gestel, SPDC Nigeria
Hydrogen Permeation in Supermartensitic Stainless Steel Weld Microstructures - 04142
Thomas Boellinghaus and Dirk Seeger, Federal Institute of Materials BAM
Corrosion Performance of Welded Super Duplex Stainless Steel with Multiple Reweld/Rework
Weld Repairs in Aqueous H2S and FeCl3 Environments - 04143
Bob Gissler and Brett Bouldin, Well Dynamics Inc.
Failure Analysis of a Leaking Slab Valve - 04115
Michiel P. Brongers and Gerhardus H. Koch, CC Technologies Inc.; Maher Mustafa Nour, Sante Fe
Company

Advances in Electrochemical Techniques for Measuring Corrosion


Sponsored by Committee TEG 097X on Open Forum on Electrochemical Techniques for Measuring
Corrosion. This TEG is administered by STG 62.
Symposium Chair: Dharma Abayarathna, Champion Technologies Inc.; Vice Chair: Milan Bartos,
Nalco
Use of Multiring Electrodes for Moisture Measurements in Reinforced Concrete Blocks - 04426
Ralph Baessler, Gerd Eich, and Andreas Burkert, BAM Federal Institute of Materials
Localized Corrosion and Inhibition Studies Using the Wire Beam Electrode Method in
Conjunction with the Electrochemical Noise Analysis and the Scanning Reference Electrode
Technique - 04427
YongJun Tan, Tie Liu, and Naing N. Aung, Nanyang Technological University
Effect of Ferric Ions on the Corrosion Performance of Nickel Alloys in Hydrochloric Acid
Solutions - 04430
Nacera S. Meck, Paul Crook, and Dwaine L. Klarstrom, Haynes International; Raul B. Rebak,
Lawrence Livermore National Lab
Laboratory Comparison of Coupled Multielectrode Array Sensors with Electrochemical Noise
Sensors for Real-Time Corrosion Monitoring - 04429
Lietai Yang, Narasi Sridhar, C. Sean Brossia, and Darrell S. Dunn, CNWRA-SwRI
New Sensors of Wire Beam Electrodes (WBE) to Detect Pitting Sensitivity of Steels - 04428
Yongji Weng, University of Petro Beijing
Zero Resistance Ammeter of Metallic Alloys in Aqueous Solutions: Novel Technique - 04431
Khaled J. Habib, Kuwait Institute for Scientific Research
Electrochemical Noise Study on the Corrosion of X52 Pipeline Steel in Aqueous Solutions
Containing H2S - 04432
Ricardo Galvan-Martinez, Juan Mendoza-Flores, and Ruben Duran-Romero, Instituto Mexicano del
Petroleo; Juan Genesca - Llongueras, UNAM
Electrochemical Techniques: Investigation of Corrosion in a Major Metropolitan Wastewater
Treatment Facility - 04435
Jack Tinnea, Tinnea & Associates; Bernard S. Covino Jr., Sophie J. Bullard, Stephen D. Cramer,
Gordon R. Holcomb, and Malgorzata Ziomek-Moroz, U.S. Department of Energy; Robert Isaac, and
Sarah C. White, Metro-King County-WTD; Russell D. Kane and Dawn C. Eden, InterCorr International
Inc.
A Galvanic Sensor for Monitoring the Corrosion Damage of Buried Pipelines. Part 2 Laboratory Electrochemical Testing of Sensors in Soil - 04436
Yoon-Seok Choi and Jung Gu Kim, SungKyunKwan University
Corrosion Rates from Carbonated Concrete Specimens - 04439
Eric Ivan Moreno and Enrique Cob-Sarabia, Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan; Pedro Castro
Borges, Cinvestav Ipn Unidad Merida

Real-Time Corrosion Monitoring in a Process Stream of a Chemical Plant Using Coupled


Multielectrode Array Sensors - 04440
Lietai Yang and Narasi Sridhar, CNWRA - SwRI; Steven L. Grise, Brian John Saldanha, Heather J.
Shore, and Amanda L. Smith, EI DuPont de Nemours & Co.; Michael H. Dorsey, DuPont Sabine
River Works
Monitoring Experiences - Contrasting the Practices of Two Crude Oil Producers - 04441
Daniel E. Powell and Moavin Islam, Corrpro Companies Inc.
Advances in Assessing the Susceptibility to Intergranular Corrosion of Austenitic Stainless
Steels Using the Electrochemical Reactivation Test (ERT) - 04444
Oliver Greven and Hans-Eugene Buehler, Institute of Ferrous Metallurgy
Mapping Corrosion in Real-Time, Development of the Microelectrode Array Microscope 04445
Tedd E. Lister, Ann W. Glenn, and Patrick J. Pinhero, Idaho National Engineering and Environmental
Labs
Advances in Local Electrochemical Techniques for Detecting Pitting Corrosion - 04446
Vincent Vignal, Roland Oltra, and Nicholas Mary, Universite de Bourgogne

Corrosion Related Issues in Oil and Gas Production Systems Resulting From the
Presence of H2S and Other Sulfur Containing Compounds
Sponsored by Committee TEG 282X on Corrosion-Related Issues in Oil and Gas Production Systems
Resulting from the Presence of H2S and Other Sulfur-Containing Substances. This TEG is
administered by STG 31.
Symposium Chair: Nihal U. Obeyesekere, Champion Technologies Inc.; Vice Chair: Sankara
Papavinasam, CANMET Materials Technology Lab
Pitting Corrosion Mechanisms on Carbon Steel in Sour Glycol Water Mixtures - 04737
Jon Kvarekval and Arne Dugstad, Institut for Energi Teknikk
Hydrogen Permeation through ARMCO Iron Membranes in Sour Media - 04740
Sebastien Duval, IFP; R. Antano, CIDETEQ; Francois Ropital and Carole Scomparin, Institut
Francais du Petrole; M. Jerome, Ecole Central Paris
CO2 Corrosion in the Presence of Trace Amounts of H2S - 04736
Bruce Brown, Srdjan Nesic, and Shilpha Reddy Parakala, Ohio University
Challenges and Solutions Associated with the Development of a Iron Scale Dissolver
Chemistry - 04730
Jonathan J. Wylde and Ian George Winning, Clariant Oil Services
Environmentally Friendly Corrosion Inhibitors for Sweet and Sour Gas Corrosion - 04733
Nihal U. Obeyesekere, Ali R. Naraghi, Larry Chen, Shelley Zhou, and Dharma Abayarathna,
Champion Technologies Inc.
Measures Adopted to Reduce H2S Corrosion in Subsea Pipelines Used for Offshore Oil and
Gas Production - A Case Study of Western Offshore, India - 04743
Prasanna Mali, Oil & Natural Gas Corp. Ltd.; Ashok Jumar Garg, Katuri Anjaneyulu, and Ashok
Kumar Sood, IOGPT
Thirty Years of Downhole Corrosion Experience at Big Escambia Creek: Corrosion
Mechanisms and Inhibition - 04744
Stephen N. Smith and Raju Pakalapati, ExxonMobil Production Co.
Quantifying Local Wall Shear Stresses in the Rotated Cage - 04727
Guenter Schmitt and Peter Plagemann, Iserlohn University of Applied Science; Claude Deslouis,
UPR; Ahmed Belghazi, Total Fina Elf; Yahya T. Al-Janabi, Saudi Aramco
Contribution to the Understanding of H2S Corrosion - 04732
Rudolf H. Hausler, Corro Consulta
Application of Fiber Optic Sensors to Monitor Pipeline Corrosion - 04739
Rod C. Tennyson, Don Morison, and T. Cherpillod, Fiber Optic Systems Technology; R. Winston
Revie, CANMET Materials Technology Lab
EIS Investigation on the Electrochemistry of CO2/H2S Corrosion - 04728
Kun-Lin Lee and Srdjan Nesic, Ohio University

Film Kinetics of X-65 Steel in the Presence of Amine Based Inhibitors and H2S for the System
of Fe-CO2-Cl under Hydrodynamic Conditions - 04725
M. Galacia, Homero Castaneda Lopez, I. Barraza, and Ramiro Perez, Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo

Corrosion, Computers and the Web


Sponsored by STG 07 on Computer Applications
Symposium Chair: Robert A. Cottis, UMIST; Vice Chair: Sridhar Srinivasan, InterCorr International
Inc.
Application of Bayes' Model to Oil/Gas Processing Networks Failures - 04057
Jeremiah Emeka Mbamalu and Frederick Oba Edeko, University of Benin
Initial Developments of a Database of Bacteria Involved in Microbiologically Influenced
Corrosion - 04058
Sylvie Le Borgne, Jose L. Garcia-Villalobos, Janet Jan, Manuel Amaya, and Juan Manuel Romero,
Instituto Mexicano del Petroleo
Real-time, On-line and On-board: The Use of Computers, Enabling Corrosion Monitoring to
Optimize Process Control - 04059
David A. Eden and Sridhar Srinivasan, InterCorr International Inc.
Steam Cycle Chemistry Advisor - 04060
Lee Machemer and Otakar Jonas, Jonas Inc.; Barry Dooley, EPRI
A Computational Approach to Predicting the Occurrence of Localized Corrosion in
Multicomponent Aqueous Solutions - 04061
Andrzej M. Anderko, OLI Systems Inc.; Narasi Sridhar, C. Sean Brossia, and Darrell S. Dunn,
CNWRA-SwRI
Use of Artificial Neural Network Models for Predicting Coated Component Life from Short
Term EIS Measurements - 04062
Rudolph G. Buchheit and G. Kumar, Ohio State University
Neural Network Modeling of the Electrochemical Behavior of Steel in Chloride Solutions of
Varying pH - 04063
Robert A. Cottis and Azmi Mohamed Nor, UMIST
Web-Enabled Corrosion Control Management Systems - 04064
Rogest W. Dively, Donald T. Greenfield, and Earl Carlton Dangleben, EDG and Associates Inc.
Development of BEM Analysis System for Large Scale Corrosion Problem - 04065
Keisuke Hayabusa and Matsuho Miyasaka, Ebara Research Co. Ltd.; Kenji Amaya, Tokyo Institute of
Technology
Use of a General Purpose Finite Element Package for Modeling of Crevice Corrosion - 04066
Roland Oltra, Jean Louis Mousson, and V. Vuillemin, Universite de Bourgogne; Robert A. Cottis,
UMIST
Predicting Life of Galvanized Steel on the Internet - 04067
Xiaoge (Gregory) Zhang, Teck Cominco Metals Ltd.; Safaa Alhassan and F.E. Goodwin, International
Lead Zinc Research Organization Inc.
Online Delivery and Tutor Support of an Introductory Corrosion Course - 04069
Robert A. Cottis, Ali Marie McAllister, and Wendy David, UMIST

Early Experiences with a Web-Based Distance Course on Corrosion - 04070


Robert D. Klassen and Pierre R. Roberge, Royal Military College

Direct Assessment
Sponsored by Committee STG 35 on Pipelines, Tanks, and Well Casings
Symposium Chair: Joseph L. Pikas, MATCOR; Vice Chair: Andrew Hevle, El Paso Energy
External Corrosion Direct Assessment (ECDA) Validation through Correlation between
Indication and Control Excavations - 04187
Oliver C. Moghissi, CC Technologies; Michael Celinski, Consultant; Vincent Sotille, KeySpan Energy;
Debra Dimeo, NGA
Stress Corrosion Cracking Prediction Model - 04189
John A. Beavers and William V. Harper, CC Technologies; Richard McGregor, Great Lakes Gas
Transmission
Integrity Assessment of Pipeline Networks Through Close-Interval Potential Survey - 04192
Jeremiah Emeka Mbamalu and Frederick Oba Edeko, University of Benin
An Application of Comparative Internal Corrosion Direct Assessment to Oil Emulsion
Flowlines - 04194
James A. Ferguson, Corrosion WATCH Inc.; Don Paget, EnerPlus Resources Fund
Internal Corrosion Direct Assessment of Dry Gas Transmission Pipelines - Validation - 04195
Narasi Sridhar, Southwest Research Institute; Oliver C. Moghissi and Deanna Burwell, CC
Technologies; Laurie S. Perry, Southern California Gas Co.
A Robust Approach to Pipeline Integrity Management Using Direct Assessment Based on
Structural Reliability Analysis - 04196
Andrew Francis, Marcus McCallum, Tim F. Illson, and Mark McQueen, Advantica Technology
Software System for Automating Internal Corrosion Direct Assessment of Pipelines - 04197
Vishal Lagad, Sridhar Srinivasan, and Russell D. Kane, InterCorr International Inc.
Internal Corrosion of Dry Gas Pipelines during Upsets - 04199
Per Olav Gartland, Force Technology Norway AS; Nguyen N. Bich, CorrOcean Canada
Reliable Field Data Acquisition, a Key Factor in ECDA Methodology - 04200
Angel R. Kowalski, CC Technologies; Jose Javier Medina and Eduardo Cordova, Wilpro Energy
Service Ltd.
Electrochemical Behaviors and SCC Sensitive Potential of Pipeline Steels in CarbonateBicarbonate Solutions - 04201
Weng Yongji and Li Xiangyi, University of Petroleum
Electrochemical Noise Monitoring of Corrosion in Soil near a Pipeline Under Cathodic
Protection - 04766
Sophie J. Bullard, Bernard S. Covino Jr., Stephen D. Cramer, Gordon R. Holcomb, and Malgorzata
Ziomek-Moroz, U.S. Department of Energy; Margaret Locke, Michael Warthen, Northwest Natural
Gas; Russell D. Kane, David A. Eden and Dawn C. Eden, InterCorr International Inc.

Effects of Flow on Corrosion


Sponsored by Committee TEG 213X on Flow Corrosion in Oil and Gas Production. This TEG is
administered by STG 60.
Symposium Chair: Sunder Ramachandran, Baker Petrolite; Vice Chair: Alberto Valdes, GE Oil & Gas
Effect of Flow on the Corrosion Mechanism of Different API Pipeline Steel Grades in NaCl
Solutions Containing CO2 - 04651
L.M. Silva, J. Hernandez, Juan Genesca Llongueras, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico;
Ruben Duran and Juan Mendoza, UNAM Facultad de Quimica
Rotating Cylinder Electrode Study on the Influence of Turbulent Flow on the Anodic and
Cathodic Kinetics of X52 Steel Corrosion in H2S Containing Solutions - 04654
Ricardo Galvan-Martinez, Juan Mendoza-Flores, and Ruben Duran-Romero, Instituto Mexicano del
Petroleo; Juan Genesca Llongueras, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
Oxygen Reduction on Stainless Steels in Aerated Brines - 04655
Sergio D. Kapusta, Shell Global Solutions US Inc.
Evaluation of Multiphase Environments for General and Localized Corrosion - 04656
Elizabeth A. Trillo and Russell D. Kane, InterCorr International Inc.
Understanding the Action of Inhibitors in Mitigating Erosion-Corrosion in Impinging Flows 04658
Chun Wang and Anne Neville, Heriot-Watt University; Sunder Ramachandran and Vladimir
Jovancicevic, Baker Petrolite
Chemo-Mechanical Effect on Erosion/Corrosion Process of Carbon Steel - 04659
Jingli Luo, Baotong Lu, and Jufang Lu, University of Alberta
Corrosion Inhibition in High Velocity, Sand Containing Pipelines and Its Implication on
Economic Chemical Treatment - 04660
Sunder Ramachandran and Robert C. Peppeard, Baker Petrolite; Mong-Hang T. Nguyen and Tomas
Hinojosa, Shell Exploration & Production Co.
Corrosion Induced by Change in Hydrodynamics - 04661
C.S. Fang and Bairu Liu, University of Louisiana-Lafayette
A Mechanistic Model to Predict Erosion in Multiphase Flow in Elbows Downstream of Vertical
Pipes - 04662
Quamrul H. Mazumder, Siamack A. Shirazi, and Brenton S. McLaury, University of Tulsa
Modeling of Water Wetting in Oil-Water Pipe Flow - 04663
JiYong Cai and Srdjan Nesic, Ohio University; C. De Waard, Shell Research
Effect of Liquid Hydrocarbons on Flow-Induced Sweet Corrosion of Carbon Steel - 04664
Ho Jin Choi, Saudi Aramco

Thermoplastic Liners for Oilfield Pipelines


Sponsored by Committee TEG 225X on Thermoplastic Liners for Oilfield Pipelines. This TEG is
administered by STG 03.
Symposium Chair: Daniel B. Lebsack, BP; Vice Chair: John J. Baron, J. Baron Project Services Inc.
Learnings from Thermoplastic Liner Failures in Sour Gas Pipeline Service and Replacement
Liner Design and Installation - 04702
Karol E. Szklarz, Shell Canada Ltd.; John J. Baron, J. Baron Project Services Inc.
A Review of Methods for Confirming Integrity of Thermoplastic Liners - Field Experiences 04703
Kevin Goerz, Luc Simon, Harley Fear, and James Little, Shell Canada Ltd.
Engineering Thermoplastic - Liners - 04705
Massimo Genoni, B. Bulleri and A. Ticci, NUPI SpA; James Sutherland, Nupi Americas Inc.
Field Experience in the Application of Spoolable Carbon Composite Line Pipe - 04709
David L. Poshard, HYDRIL Advanced Composites
Rehabilitation Using Flexible Pipeline with Steel Reinforcements - 04710
Andrew D. Ethridge and Dana J. Fraser, Wellstream International Ltd.
Design Analysis of Polyamide 11 Liners: Operating Higher than the Critical Buckling Pressure
- 04712
James F. Mason, ATOFINA Chemicals, Inc.; Patrick Dang and Franck Gerard, TotalFinaElf
Experimental Investigation of Buckling in Highly Aged Polyamide 11 Liners - 04713
James F. Mason, Eliette Pinel, and Greg O'Brien, ATOFINA Chemicals Inc.
Extending Liner Installation Lengths - 04714
Daniel B. Lebsack, BP; Dorwin E. Hawn and Randy Egner, United Pipeline Systems Inc.