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ADVANCED NON-DESTRUCTIVE HYDROGEN SENSORS TO PREVENT MATERIAL DEGRADATION FROM HYDROGEN DAMAGE

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Author(s)

Angelique N. Lasseigne, Kamalu Koenig, David Olson, Brajendra Mishra, Joshua Jackson, Thomas A. Siewert, Joseph D. McColskey

Abstract

New higher strength pipeline steels (X100 and X120) exhibit lower tolerance for hydrogen (diffusible and formed hydrides) before significant degradation or failure occurs. It is essential to have advanced sensors to monitor the hydrogen content and accumulation in the pipeline steel and steel weldments. Advanced low frequency induced current measurements have been utilized for in-situ monitoring of hydrogen content in pipelines. Low frequency induced current laboratory and in-field results are presented.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of the 7th International Pipeline Conference
Conference Dates
June 29-October 3, 2008
Conference Location
Alberta, CA
Conference Title
International Pipeline Conference 2008

Keywords

hydrogen, low frequency impedance, pipeline

Citation

Lasseigne, A. , Koenig, K. , Olson, D. , Mishra, B. , Jackson, J. , Siewert, T. and McColskey, J. (2009), ADVANCED NON-DESTRUCTIVE HYDROGEN SENSORS TO PREVENT MATERIAL DEGRADATION FROM HYDROGEN DAMAGE, Proceedings of the 7th International Pipeline Conference, Alberta, CA (Accessed May 30, 2024)

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Created January 5, 2009, Updated February 19, 2017