Thu, April 30, 2020
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Presenter: Luciano Paolinelli, Ohio University
Host: Mark Mateer, Shell Global Solutions
Moderator: Lauri Perry, PRCI
Join the PRCI Corrosion Technical Committee as they present research results related to "water wetting." Water wetting is the common name for the internal corrosion that occurs in pipelines and flow lines as a result of residual or produced water contacting the internal pipe surface.
Proper estimation of the water wetting phenomenon in critical locations of a pipeline is of great value when performing indirect inspections as part of the internal corrosion direct assessment methodologies for the integrity management of assets.
In this context, PRCI and Ohio University developed a software tool that predicts water wetting in pipelines for a wide range of petroleum products, oil flow rates, and water cuts. This tool is based on the most relevant mechanistic models and knowledge available in the public literature.
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