Corrosion of Drill Pipes in Contact with Drilling

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Corrosion of Drill Pipes in Contact with Drilling Mud By: M. Manea, M.G. Popescu, and F. Manea PGE 333T October, 5, 2010 Bradley Nguyen Outline: Introduction Experiment’s procedures Results Conclusions
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Why it is important ? T o reduce the cost T o understand what factors are the steel corrosion processes depend on. T o find anticorrosive protection
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The experiment …. P repare to the equipment, fluids P erform treatment to the fluids and equipment P repare 3 types of fluids with 0%, 15%, 30% of salt concentration M onitor and record data by PVS Rheovision software
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Rheological curves for 0% salt concentration Rheological curves for 15% salt concentration Rheological curves for 30% salt concentration
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Rheological curves
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Unformatted text preview: for 0% salt concentration Rheological curves for 15 % salt concentration Rheological curves for 30% salt concentration Rheological curves for 0% salt concentration Rheological curves for 0% salt concentration Rheological curves for 0% salt concentration Corrosion rate variation at 25C Corrosion rate variation at 80C Conclusion S alt contamination reduces gel strength, increase viscosity C orrosion is directly proportional to salt concentration. C lay acts as the coating to metallic surface T emperature favors the corrosion rate Evaluation Easy to read Have many graphics and data tables Prior knowledge to understand the concept Inconsistence in picture scale and size QUESTION ?...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2010 for the course PGE 323K taught by Professor Lake during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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