Abstracts Copenhagen

Abstracts of papers to be presented in Copenhagen 2019

Cathodic Protection on DESFA and a proposed upgrading project

By Nick KIOUPIS, Corrosion Engineer at DESFA

An algorithm for CP effectiveness evaluation: the Italian KT and its possible application in other countries

I.MAGNIFICO
Automa S.r.l. – Via Casine di Paterno, 122/A – 60131 Ancona – Italia
ivano.magnifico@byautoma.com

AC Corrosion of Cathodically Protected Pipelines – A Summary

Andreas Junker Olesen, MetriCorr ApS.

Copper Alloys for Drinking Water Applications – Uncertain Future of Proven Plumbing Materials

Wolfgang Werner; TZW Karlsruhe; wolfgang.werner@tzw.de
Work safety, corrosion inspection on vertical steel pipe DN 1800 mm
Corrosion inspection of a DN 1800 mm vertical main pipe

NON-SHIELDING TESTING ON POLYMERIC MESH BACKED TAPE AND POLYETHYLENE TAPE

By Luc Perrad, ExPar Tech

Evaluation of the reliability of IR-Free probes in presence of d.c. stray currents

 E. FLEURYa,L. OGERa, R. BOUAFFREa, A. LOPITAUXa, S. FONTAINEb, L. HENRYc, X. CAMPAIGNOLLEd

a Research & Innovation Center for Energy (RICE), elisabeth.fleury@grtgaz.com, loic.oger@external.grtgaz.com
b GRTgaz,
c GRDF,
d Storengy

Extensive investigation into ductile-iron natural gas pipeline corrosion in soils

Fumio Kajiyama, Dr.
Tokyo Gas Pipeline Co., Ltd., 1-5-20, Kaigan, Minato-ku, Tokyo 105-8527, Japan

The pipeline potential: Potential measurements revisited Das Rohrleitungspotenzial: Potenzialmessungen neu aufgegriffen

D. Joos and M. Büchler
SGK Swiss Society for Corrosion Protection
Technoparkstr. 1, CH-8005 Zürich,
david.joos@sgk.ch

Method for determination of necessary corrosion allowance on steel piles

Andrew Gordon
Corrosion in Infrastructure, Swerea KIMAB (part of RISE).
Andrew.Gordon@ri.se

Assessing the risk of stray current induced corrosion: Protection criteria developed based on the present understanding of the involved processes

M. Büchler and D. Joos
SGK Swiss Society for Corrosion Protection
Technoparkstr. 1, CH-8005 Zürich,
markus.buechler@sgk.ch
H.-G. Schöneich
Open Grid Europe GmbH

Modelling pipeline stray current corrosion

Christophe Baeté
Elsyca n.v.
Vaartdijk 3 603, 3018 Wijgmaal, Belgium

A discussion of stress corrosion cracking of pipelines based on today’s understanding of the processes involved in cathodic protection

M. Büchler
SGK Swiss Society for Corrosion Protection
Technoparkstr. 1, CH-8005 Zürich,
markus.buechler@sgk.ch

Pipeline Data Analysis to make suitable decisions in the integrity of pipelines

R. Gutiérrez
CLH Pipeline System (CLH-PS) Ltd
2nd Floor, 69 Wilson Street,
London EC2A 2BB
ricardo.gutierrez@grupoclh.com

Localisation of coating damage on buried pipelines using an electrochemical measuring method

Andrew Gordon and Bror Sederholm
Corrosion in Infrastructure, Swerea KIMAB (part of RISE).
Andrew.Gordon@ri.se

Pipeline Integrity Maintenance and Diagnosis, with particular regard to a.c. interference

Osvaldo Fumei, President ISPROMA USA, New Braunfels, TX 78130, USA
Lucio Di Biase, Scientific Consultant – Italy (Past President of CEOCOR)
Ranieri Cigna, University Rome La Sapienza – Italy

Work safety, corrosion inspection on vertical steel pipe DN 1800 mm

Adrian Rieder
Stadt Zürich – Wasserversorgung

COATING CONDUCTANCE – FRIEND or FOE – be careful what you specify

NEIL C WEBB*
C.Eng. C.Sci. B.Sc.Eng. F.I.Corr H.L.M.Corr.I.S.A.
NACE Cathodic Protection & Corrosion Specialist
Technical Director – Isinyithi Cathodic Protection (Pty) Ltd

Determining the effectiveness of cathodic protection of buried pipelines. A comparative study between field experience, existing standards and the application of “on-potential criteria

Ashokanand Vimalanandan*, Katharina Abraham and Hanns-Georg Schöneich 
ashokanand.vimalanandan@open-grid-europe.com

Evaluation of Pipeline Casing (sleeve) Testing Methods and what to do with a shorted case

Jeff Didas – Matcor, USA

Multi-Region Soil Model for Electromagnetic Interferences Analysis

Francois Grange
SES-EUROPE
www.sestech.fr

Evaluaton of the reducton of pressure fuctuatons in a branch of the SES water supply system afer the installaton of a Real-Time Control (RTC) system

A. Cornelissen2, T. Levy1, G. Schutz2, N. Ney1
1 Syndicat des Eaux du Sud Koerich, Fockemillen, L-8386, Koerich, Luxembourg
2 RTC4Water s.a.r.l, 9, av. des Hauts-Fournaux, L-4362 Esch-Sur-Alzette Belval, Luxembourg

Susceptibility of 304 stainless steel to crevice corrosion in Electrochemically Active Fluids

Abinaya Kamaraj, Johann Wilhelm Erning,
Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing, Unter den Eichen 87, Berlin, 12205 Germany

Investigation of pH and oxygen variations on steel structure under cathodic protection

Federico Martinelli-Orlando, Wei Shi, Ueli Angst
ETH Zürich, Institute for Building Materials (IfB), ETH Hönggerberg, CH-8093, Zürich, Switzerland fmartine@ethz.ch

Case study: Cathodic Protection derivation to foreign structures. Limitations in ON/OFF data interpretation.

Soldevila  Joan  
PROCAINSA, Spain

“MAID – results of a Nordic project towards harmonization of approval procedures for materials in contact with drinking water”

Olivier Rod, RISE Olivier.rod@ri.se

The effect of disinfectants on the properties of water piping material

Tadeja Kosec, Petra Mocnik, Andraž Legat
Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, Ljubljana / Slovenia

Case study of severe deterioration of galvanized steel water piping system

Nina Gartner, Tadeja Kosec, Viljem Kuhar, Andraž Legat
Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, Ljubljana / Slovenia

BACK TO THE FUTURE
Mitigating the challenges of vandalism

VANESSA SEALY-FISHER*
M.Sc PrChemSA, F.Corr.I.S.A. M.S.A.C.I
Director – Isinyithi Cathodic Protection (Pty) Ltd

SHORT-TERM VERSUS LONG-TERM TESTS OF LEAD-FREE AND LOW-LEADED BRASS ALLOYS IN CONTACT WITH DRINKING WATER

Theresa Klein theresa.klein@iks-dresden.de
Institut für Korrosionsschutz Dresden 

Pulsed deposition of metals from aqueous solutions and the possible similarities to AC corrosion

Peter T. Tang, IPUPulsed deposition of metals from aqueous solutions and the possible similarities to AC corrosion

Analysis tool for evaluation of processes in the asset management of water distribution systems

Marius Kobert M.Sc.; Dr.-Ing. Angelika Becker
IWW Water Centre, Biebesheim am Rhein, Germany; m.kobert@iww-online.de

DIFFICULTIES WITH THE ASSESSMENT OF THE CORROSION RISK OF UNDERGROUND STEEL PIPELINES

Jerzy Sibila
Corrstop Co. Ltd, ul. Kamienna 87, 62-023 Kamionki, Poland
jerzy.sibila@corrstop.pl

Evaluation of the relevance of the risk assessment in the presence of dc stray current

L. SANDERSa, E. FLEURYa, A. LOPITAUXa, R. BOUAFFREa, S. FONTAINEa, L. HENRYb, M. BARBALATc, C. DOMBARD da GRTgaz, (laura.sanders@grtgaz.com), b GRDF, c Air Liquide, d Fluxys Belgium