Corrigendum of our paper entitled: “Sulfide stress cracking of nickel-containing low-alloy steels”.
A fault tree methodology has been used to analyze the combinations of basic factors involved in fungal degradation and corrosion.
The objective of this work was to develop the foundation for an interactive corrosion risk management tool, based on Markov Analysis, for assessing the probability of failure of industrial components as a function of threats (such as pitting corrosion and coating degradation) and mitigation schemes (such as inhibitors and coatings). doi: 10.5006/1184
Low alloy steels with a nickel content greater than 1% are not allowed in sour service applications. This paper reviews the effect of nickel on the hydrogen embrittlement performance of low alloy steels.