A study on effects of microstructures in pipeline welds on hydrogen embrittlement

Adrian P. Gerlich, University of Waterloo

Presented At: 
CanWeld Conference 2019

Pipelines are the most economical way to transport nature gas and oil, so they have been long preferred over alternatives. In this area, hydrogen embrittlement of welds can often be a concerned, especially in the case of pipelines for severe sour environments where hydrogen attack may cause premature failure.

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