Top-of-the-line corrosion control by continuous chemical treatment
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Top-of-the-Line (TOL) corrosion was investigated under different carbon dioxide partial pressures, acetic acid concentrations, and temperatures in order to understand the impact of these different parameters on TOL corrosion.16 generic amines were tested as possible volatile corrosion inhibitor (VCI) candidates in a variety of TOL corrosion test set-ups. Properties of a working TOL corrosion inhibitor were identified and TOL corrosion laboratory test methods were improved.
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