IMPACT OF CR AND V ALLOYING ELEMENTS UPON CORROSION-RESISTANCE OF SEAMLESS OIL-FIELD 13HFA STEEL PIPES AT OPERATION IN ENVIRONMENTS WITH CO2 INCREASED CONCENTRATION
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Abstract (English):
The impact of chromium and vanadium alloying elements upon durability of oil-field seamless 13HFA steel pipes in environment with increased CO2 concentration under laboratory and industrial conditions is considered. It is emphasized that besides alloying elements the significant factors effecting steel durability in the aggressive environment having CO2 there are thermal treatment modes and micro-structural parameters.

Keywords:
carbon dioxide corrosion, alloying elements, corrosion durability, oil-field pipeline pipes
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