Microbially Influenced Corrosion Of Materials

Author: Ewald Heitz
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9783642800191
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Corrosion has been largely considered to be caused only abiotically, without regard of any biological influence. However, corrosion of organic materials, metals, minerals and plastics can be strongly influenced by microorganisms, enhancing the kinetics of the corrosion processes. This book presents case histories, theoretical explanations, and methods for the detection, sanitation and prevention of biologically influenced corrosion.

Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion Handbook

Author: S Borenstein
Editor: Woodhead Publishing
ISBN: 9781855731271
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MIC (microbiologically influenced corrosion) is the deterioration of metal by corrosion processes that occur either directly or indirectly as a result of the activity of living organisms. This handbook explains the interdisciplinary nature of MIC - the roles of microbiology, metallurgy and electro-chemistry are interrelated and complex. The text also looks at welding, heat treatment and other metallurgical and process variables relate to corrosion resistance, special emphasis being placed on MIC. Case histories are included and the means of detection, diagnosis and monitoring are discussed. Prevention, mitigation and replacement of MIC are also examined.

Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion

Author: Reza Javaherdashti
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781848000742
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Microbiologically-influenced corrosion (MIC) is one of the greatest mysteries of corrosion science and engineering. This book introduces a new approach to the basics of MIC and explains how to recognise, understand, mitigate and/or prevent this type of corrosion. The material covered will benefit professional and consultant engineers in power generating, oil and gas, and marine and mining industries. It will also benefit researchers in a variety of fields.

Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion

Author: Brenda J. Little
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470112441
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A multi-disciplinary, multi-industry overview of microbiologically influenced corrosion, with strategies for diagnosis and control or prevention Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion helps engineers and scientists understand and combat the costly failures that occur due to microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). This book combines recent findings from diverse disciplines into one comprehensive reference. Complete with case histories from a variety of environments, it covers: Biofilm formation Causative organisms, relating bacteria and fungi to corrosion mechanisms for groups of metals Diagnosing and monitoring MIC Electrochemical techniques, with an overview of methods for detection of MIC The impact of alloying elements, including antimicrobial metals, and design features on MIC MIC of non-metallics Strategies for control or prevention of MIC, including engineering, chemical, and biological approaches This is a valuable, all-inclusive reference for corrosion scientists, engineers, and researchers, as well as designers, managers, and operators.

Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion In The Upstream Oil And Gas Industry

Author: Torben Lund Skovhus
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1498726607
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Microorganisms are ubiquitously present in petroleum reservoirs and the facilities that produce them. Pipelines, vessels, and other equipment used in upstream oil and gas operations provide a vast and predominantly anoxic environment for microorganisms to thrive. The biggest technical challenge resulting from microbial activity in these engineered environments is the impact on materials integrity. Oilfield microorganisms can affect materials integrity profoundly through a multitude of elusive (bio)chemical mechanisms, collectively referred to as microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). MIC is estimated to account for 20 to 30% of all corrosion-related costs in the oil and gas industry. This book is intended as a comprehensive reference for integrity engineers, production chemists, oilfield microbiologists, and scientists working in the field of petroleum microbiology or corrosion. Exhaustively researched by leaders from both industry and academia, this book discusses the latest technological and scientific advances as well as relevant case studies to convey to readers an understanding of MIC and its effective management.

A Practical Manual On Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion

Author: Gregory Kobrin
Editor: Nace International
ISBN: 9781575901138
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Microbial Corrosion

Author: C. A. C. Sequeira
Editor: Maney Pub
ISBN: 9781861251114
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Papers from the 4th International EFC Workshop, Lisbon, Portugal, 1999

Corrosion And Materials In Hydrocarbon Production

Author: Dr. Bijan Kermani
Editor: Wiley-ASME Press Series
ISBN: 1119515726
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Comprehensively covers the engineering aspects of corrosion and materials in hydrocarbon production This book captures the current understanding of corrosion processes in upstream operations and provides a brief overview of parameters and measures needed for optimum design of facilities. It focuses on internal corrosion occurring in hydrocarbon production environments and the key issues affecting its occurrence, including: the types and morphology of corrosion damage; principal metallic materials deployed; and mitigating measures to optimise its occurrence. The book also highlights important areas of progress and challenges, and looks toward the future of research and development to enable improved and economical design of facilities for oil and a gas production. Written for both those familiar and unfamiliar with the subject—and by two authors with more than 60 years combined industry experience—this book covers everything from Corrosion Resistant Alloys (CRAs) to internal metal loss corrosion threats, corrosion in injection systems to microbiologically influenced corrosion, corrosion risk analysis to corrosion and integrity management, and more, notably: Comprehensively covers the engineering aspects of corrosion and materials in hydrocarbon production Written by two, renowned experts in the field Offers practical guide to those unfamiliar with the subject whilst providing a focused roadmap to addressing the topics in a precise and methodical manner Covers all aspects of corrosion threat and remedial and mitigation measures in upstream hydrocarbon production applicable to sub-surface, surface, and transportation facilities Outlines technology challenges that need further research as a pre-cursor to moving the industry forward. Operational and Engineering Aspects of Corrosion and Materials in Hydrocarbon Production is an excellent guide for both practicing materials and corrosion engineers working in hydrocarbons production as well as those entering the area who may not be fully familiar with the subject.

Failure Modes Effects And Causes Of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion

Author: Reza Javaherdashti
Editor: Elsevier
ISBN: 0128184493
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Failure Modes, Effects and Causes of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion: Advanced Perspectives and Analysis presents academic research about microbial corrosion (MIC), integrating it into engineering applications that result in a more thorough understanding of MIC and how it is recognized and treated. In addition, new concepts that will be useful in understanding integrity and corrosion management practices are explored. This book will be useful for industry professionals, particularly maintenance and operation engineers, corrosion and material engineers, and R&D personnel working in the field of corrosion protection. Focuses on the skills and knowledge necessary to understand how (Failure modes) and why (Effects and Causes) materials fail Explains why corrosion control measures, such as the use of coatings, cathodic protection and inhibitors are useful Discusses the practical side of MIC treatment in terms of fundamental concepts of time and cost of operation

Viability Assessment Of A Repository At Yucca Mountain Total System Performance Assessment

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Corrosion And Materials In The Oil And Gas Industries

Author: Reza Javaherdashti
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1466556242
File Size: 34,10 MB
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The advancement of methods and technologies in the oil and gas industries calls for new insight into the corrosion problems these industries face daily. With the application of more precise instruments and laboratory techniques as well as the development of new scientific paradigms, corrosion professionals are also witnessing a new era in the way data are gathered and interpreted. Corrosion and Materials in the Oil and Gas Industries draws on state-of-the-art corrosion and materials technology as well as integrity management to offer guidance on dealing with aging and life extension in the oil and gas industries. Get Expert Insights on Corrosion Identification, Prevention, and Mitigation The book features contributions by engineers, scientists, and business managers from around the world, including major oil- and gas-producing and -exporting countries. Organized into four parts, the book first provides introductory and background information. The second part explains the properties of construction materials and the underlying mechanisms of degradation, including a chapter on microbiologically influenced corrosion. The third part of the book delves into inspection and maintenance issues, examining material selection, corrosion prevention strategies, and the role of design. It also supplies models to help you estimate corrosion damage and select mitigation and monitoring techniques. The fourth part tackles corrosion hazards, safety and risk, and reliability. It also links corrosion mitigation and the management of asset integrity, highlighting the need for companies to maintain their infrastructure to remain competitive. Interpret Field Findings More Confidently and Discover Solutions to Your Corrosion Problems Throughout, this richly illustrated book combines theory with practical strategies and examples from industry. As infrastructure ages and is pushed beyond its original design life to meet increasing energy demands, it is essential that those responsible for managing the infrastructure have a thorough understanding of material degradation and corrosion. This book is an invaluable reference for anyone involved in corrosion management and materials selection, particularly in the oil and gas industries, whether upstream, midstream, or downstream.

Can J Microbiol

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Hydrostatic Testing Corrosion And Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion

Author: Reza Javaherdashti
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1351978004
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Hydrostatic Testing, Corrosion, and Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion: A Field Manual for Control and Prevention teaches industry professionals, managers, and researchers how to combat corrosion failure associated with hydrotesting. It discusses how a test liquid must be selected, how corrosion by bacteria should be controlled, and how to eliminate the risk of leakage. Rather than teaching how hydrotests should be conducted, it helps the reader evaluate the quality of a hydrotest that’s already been conducted in terms of oxygen scavenger use, biocide testing, inhibitor addition, and water quality and explains the tasks that top and middle management must ensure are taken with respect to corrosion assessment of hydrotesting. The manual also discusses microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) as the main corrosion mechanism related to post-hydrotesting and offers essential knowledge on combating this corrosion process. In addition to being a manual for top and middle management on how to deal with corrosion, this book also:

Zeitschrift Der Deutschen Gesellschaft F R Geowissenschaften

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Government Reports Annual Index

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Sections 1-2. Keyword Index.--Section 3. Personal author index.--Section 4. Corporate author index.-- Section 5. Contract/grant number index, NTIS order/report number index 1-E.--Section 6. NTIS order/report number index F-Z.

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Extracellular Polymeric Substances The Construction Material Of Biofilms

Author: Hans-Curt Flemming
Editor: International Water Assn
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Microbial extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) provide the structural matrix for all microbial aggregates such as biofilms, flocs and sludge, and are of great technical and ecological importance. EPS provide and form the space between biofilm cells, mediating both cohesion and adhesion. They serve as a multipurpose functional matrix for microbial communities, which allows the establishment of stable microconsortia. The EPS matrix governs diffusional and convectional mass transport because it occurs in various densities, including void spaces such as pores and channels. This creates different types of physico-chemical gradients, providing habitats in which aerobic and anaerobic organisms can coexist in close proximity and largely independent of the conditions in the water phase. Major aspects of EPS include mechanical stability, as in the case of biofouling when unwanted biofilms have to be removed, and the stability of biofilms in bioreactors; interaction with substrata in bioleaching, biocorrosion, and biodeterioration; sorption capacity for dissolved and particulate substances (biosorption), representing both a sink and source of sorbed material; enhanced resistance of biofilm organisms to biocides. The 25 peer-reviewed articles selected for these proceedings provde both a starting point for newcomers to the field and a state-of-the-art survey for the more experienced. With a diversity of approaches, ranging from sophisticated microanalysis to industrial applications, these papers provide a broad understanding of EPS from the viewpoints of microbiologists, polymer scientists, chemists and engineers, and showing how EPS may be seen as the key to understanding and controlling all forms of microbial aggregates.

Microbiolog A

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Asm Handbook

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Geomicrobiology

Author: Short Course on
Editor: Mineralogical Society of Amer
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Volume 35 defines and explore the topic of geomicrobiology. It is organized so as to first introduce the nature, diversity, and metabolic impact of microorganisms and the types of solid phases they interact with. This is followed by a discussion of