Ultrasonic thickness structural health monitoring of steel pipe for internal corrosion

@inproceedings{Eason2017UltrasonicTS,
  title={Ultrasonic thickness structural health monitoring of steel pipe for internal corrosion},
  author={Thomas John Eason},
  year={2017}
}
The naphthenic acid corrosion that can occur in oil refinery process plants at high temperature (400°C) due to the corrosive nature of certain crude oils during the refining process can be difficult to predict. Therefore, the development of online ultrasonic thickness (UT) structural health monitoring (SHM) technology for high temperature internal pitting corrosion of steel pipe is of interest. A sensor produced by the sol-gel ceramic fabrication process has the potential to be deployed to… CONTINUE READING

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