Applicability of an ACM type corrosion sensor to evaluations of corrosive environments in gas piping

Yoshihiro Ito, Shigenobu Kainuma

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Abstract

It is important to devise a method of predicting the time-dependent corrosion behavior of structural steel members in order to ensure the safety of structures. However, there is currently no established method of predicting corrosion behavior in a wide variety of corrosive environments. In our previous research, a method for evaluating the corrosion behavior of unpainted steel plates using an atmospheric corrosion monitor (ACM) sensor was proposed. This method has been confirmed to be effective in high chloride environments. However, corrosion behavior in high carbon dioxide environments cannot currently be evaluated. Thus, the purpose of this study was to clarify the difference between the ACM output characteristics in chloride and carbon dioxide environments, and to investigate the application of ACM corrosion sensors to high carbon dioxide atmospheres. Exposure tests were carried out on unpainted steel plate inside plumbing in the Kobe Steel manufacturing plant. In addition, the environment was monitored using ACM sensors.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationEuropean Corrosion Congress 2011, EUROCORR 2011
Pages3290-3295
Number of pages6
Volume4
Publication statusPublished - 2011
EventEuropean Corrosion Congress 2011, EUROCORR 2011 - Stockholm, Sweden
Duration: Sep 4 2011Sep 8 2011

Other

OtherEuropean Corrosion Congress 2011, EUROCORR 2011
CountrySweden
CityStockholm
Period9/4/119/8/11

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Atmospheric corrosion
Caustics
Steel
monitors
corrosion
Gases
Corrosion
Carbon Dioxide
evaluation
sensors
Sensors
Carbon dioxide
gases
Chlorides
steels
carbon dioxide
Plumbing
chlorides
dioxides
safety

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Colloid and Surface Chemistry
  • Surfaces and Interfaces

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Ito, Y., & Kainuma, S. (2011). Applicability of an ACM type corrosion sensor to evaluations of corrosive environments in gas piping. In European Corrosion Congress 2011, EUROCORR 2011 (Vol. 4, pp. 3290-3295)

Applicability of an ACM type corrosion sensor to evaluations of corrosive environments in gas piping. / Ito, Yoshihiro; Kainuma, Shigenobu.

European Corrosion Congress 2011, EUROCORR 2011. Vol. 4 2011. p. 3290-3295.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Ito, Y & Kainuma, S 2011, Applicability of an ACM type corrosion sensor to evaluations of corrosive environments in gas piping. in European Corrosion Congress 2011, EUROCORR 2011. vol. 4, pp. 3290-3295, European Corrosion Congress 2011, EUROCORR 2011, Stockholm, Sweden, 9/4/11.
Ito Y, Kainuma S. Applicability of an ACM type corrosion sensor to evaluations of corrosive environments in gas piping. In European Corrosion Congress 2011, EUROCORR 2011. Vol. 4. 2011. p. 3290-3295
Ito, Yoshihiro ; Kainuma, Shigenobu. / Applicability of an ACM type corrosion sensor to evaluations of corrosive environments in gas piping. European Corrosion Congress 2011, EUROCORR 2011. Vol. 4 2011. pp. 3290-3295
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