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Title: Stress-Corrosion Cracking In Gas-Transmission Pipelines Causes And Mitigation
Author: B. N. Leis, J. A. Colwell
Source: American Gas Association 1997
Year Published: 1997
Abstract: This paper reviews the problem of stress-corrosion cracking as it has evolved since 1965 and identifies the factors controlling it (e.g., environmental, pipe steel, and pipeline operation). Discussion of these factors leads to identification of ways in which this cracking can be controlled / mitigated in the practical setting of an operating pipeline that is expected to provide a reasonable return on equity.

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