NACE

NACE International:Formerly the National Association of Corrosion Engineers, NACE International represents members from 92 countries and is the largest organization in the world dedicated to the study of corrosion. NACE works to protect people, infrastructure, the environment, and the economy from the effects of corrosion by promoting engineering and research. Approximately 100 standards cover subjects such as laboratory corrosion testing, corrosion prevention and blast cleaning.
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Standard Practice - Impressed Current Cathodic Protection of Internal Submerged Surfaces of Carbon Steel Water Storage Tanks STANDARD published 01/09/2014 by National Association of Corrosion Engineers Product Details Published: 01/09/2014 Number of Pages:16 File Size: 1 file , 98 KB Redline File Size: 2 files , 3.2 MB Full Description This standard presents recommended practices for applying impressed current cathodic protection to the internal submerged surfaces of steel tanks used for the...
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Informational Report and Technology Update Thermal Precleaning National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Oct-1994 / 7 pages This state-of-the-art report addresses the use of thermal precleaning for tanks, vessels, rail tank cars and hopper cars, and process equipment when preparing surfaces for the application of high-performance or high-bake coating and lining systems.
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External Stress Corrosion Cracking of Underground Pipelines National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Oct-2003 / 20 pages The purpose of this technical committee report is to provide useful information on stress corrosion cracking (SCC) for engineers, designers, consultants, and others involved in the design, maintenance, and rehabilitation of underground petroleum (including gas, crude oil, and refinery products) pipelines. This technical committee report contains information...
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Design, Installation, and Maintenance of Coating Systems for Concrete Used in Secondary Containment National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Feb-1997 / 46 pages This state-of-the-art report covers the design, installation, and maintenance of polymeric coating systems that are applied and directly bonded to concrete in secondary containment applications. This report is intended to inform manufacturers, specifiers, applicators, and facility owners who are required to contain chemicals...
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Introduction to Thick-Film Polyurethanes, Polyureas, and Blends National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Dec-1998 / 9 pages Polyurethanes, polyureas, and blends thereof (all referred to as PUs) have become prolific in the coatings industry and are being promoted by many companies. It is important for those who specify and use these coatings to understand their background and the subtle technological differences between the products promoted by various manufacturers. Understanding...
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Dehumidification and Temperature Control During Surface Preparation, Application, and Curing for Coatings/Linings of Steel Tanks, Vessels, and Other Enclosed Spaces National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Dec-2000 / 11 pages The use of dehumidification and temperature control has become more common during coating/lining operations and much has been learned about ways to optimize its use to achieve maximum benefits at minimum cost. This technical committee report presents current...
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Predictably Effective Equipment and In Situ Processes Applied to Water Systems National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Jun-1998 / 5 pages The purpose of this technical committee report is to provide information on equipment or in situ processes that are used to treat water, but do not involve the addition of chemicals. The report explains what is meant by "predictably effective equipment or in situ processes applied to water systems" and briefly discusses the technical...
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Plastic Liners for Oilfield Pipelines National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Feb-2001 / 8 pages The objective of this technical committee report is to provide an overview of thermoplastic liners used in oilfield pipelines, and to reflect current practices. This report is intended to assist those who are considering the use of liners, but have only limited access to resources with knowledge of the terminology, techniques, and applications of liners in the oilfield. This report does...
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In-Line Nondestructive Inspection of Pipelines National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Dec-2000 / 35 pages The purpose of this technical committee report is to analyze available and emerging technologies in the field of in-line pipeline inspection tools and review their status with respect to characteristics, performance, range of application, and limitations. It is intended as a practical reference for both new and experienced users of ILI technology. It is aimed at assisting in...
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Coatings Used in Conjunction with Cathodic Protection National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Jul-2000 / 6 pages The use of protective coatings in conjunction with cathodic protection has an extensive record of proven performance in the protection of structures including underground pipelines, ships, underground storage tanks, pilings, interiors of aboveground storage tanks, and tank bottoms. The use of both a protective coating and a cathodic protection system presents unique...
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Overview of Sulfidic Corrosion In Petroleum Refining National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Feb-2004 / 36 pages The objective of this report is to provide a document to help predict corrosion rates and point out areas of vulnerability in the distillation equipment associated with hydroprocessing units. It is intended for use by corrosion engineers and fixed-equipment inspectors. The report summarizes recent corrosion rate and materials of construction data collected from operating...
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Refinery Injection and Process Mixing Points National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Mar-2001 / 48 pages The goal of this report is to help the reader develop an awareness of issues around refinery injections and to convey basic understanding of key variables and design factors. This report is intended for use by process, mechanical, and materials and corrosion engineering and inspection personnel who design, install, operate, and inspect refinery unit injection systems. Keywords:...
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Integrity of Equipment in Anhydrous Ammonia Storage and Handling National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Apr-2004 / 5 pages The purpose of this document is to provide a state-of-the-art report on stress corrosion cracking (SCC) of carbon and low-alloy steels in anhydrous ammonia service. The intent is to provide the corrosion engineer with the information needed to make informed decisions in individual applications. Keywords: 24061
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Techniques for Monitoring Corrosion and Related Parameters in Field Applications National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Dec-1999 / 41 pages Assessment of corrosion in the field is complex due to the wide variety of applications, process conditions, and fluid phases that exist in industrial plants where corrosion occurs. A wide range of direct and indirect measurement techniques is available, but each technique has its strengths and weaknesses. In some applications certain...
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Use of Corrosion-Resistant Alloys in Oilfield Environments National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Mar-2000 / 68 pages The use of corrosion-resistant alloys (CRAs) as a corrosioncontrol method in oil and gas production is becoming increasingly popular. The complexity of the corrosion effects associated with these alloys in the severe environments for which they may provide an economically attractive solution and the metallurgical complexities of the many alloys being offered have...
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Engineering Symbols Related to Cathodic Protection National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Jul-2000 / 33 pages This state-of-the-art report has been written in an effort to illustrate commonly used engineering symbols and graphic representations that are related to cathodic protection used in corrosion control. Because there are no current uniform designations for cathodic protection symbols, this state-of-the-art report is intended to provide a straightforward reference of commonly...
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A Review of Screening Tests for Gypsum Scale Removal Chemicals National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Mar-2003 / 7 pages Reaffirmed in 2003! This technical committee report provides an overview of laboratory tests currently in use for the evaluation of chemical-based gypsum removers. Includes survey form developed to acquire the necessary data used in this report. This report is intended as a resource for individuals who have an interest in mineral scale control or who seek an...
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Internal Corrosion Monitoring of Subsea Production and Injection Systems National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Jun-1999 / 13 pages The purpose of this technical committee report is to discuss the state of the art of internal corrosionmonitoring techniques for subsea equipment including production and injection systems (e.g., wells, jumpers, manifolds, flowlines, risers, storage systems, pipelines, etc.). It is intended to be useful for engineers involved with subsea production...
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Materials for Receiving, Handling, and Storing Hydrofluoric Acid National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-Sep-2001 / 18 pages
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Wet Abrasive Blast Cleaning National Association of Corrosion Engineers / 01-May-1998 / 7 pages This document covers procedures, equipment, and materials involved in a variety of air/water/abrasive, water/abrasive, and water-pressurized abrasive blast cleaning systems. Equipment usage and safety are also discussed.