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Addressing the risk of Hydrogen-Induced Stress Cracking on pipelines
1 hr | Free
Daniel Sandana | Principal Engineer | ROSEN UK
Addressing the risk of Hydrogen-Induced Stress Cracking (HISC) on pipelines, Daniel Sandana | Principal Engineer | ROSEN UK. The role that hydrogen could play in the transition to low-carbon economy has refuelled the emphasis on hydrogen-related cracking mechanisms, and how these could affect the integrity of the energy infrastructure. Hydrogen-cracking mechanisms can nonetheless occur on our existing pipelines, when the effect of CP or H2S is considered. Such mechanisms will actually occur at a greater scale, than what would be considered when looking at the sole effect of gaseous hydrogen. The purpose here is to get a better understanding of the problem of HISC due to CP on materials, used onshore and subsea, and how to address it.