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The Role of Carbon Steel Corrosion Process on CaCO(3)Scaling in Deoxidized Oilfield Injection Water
Pang, Lin; Zheng, Yugui; Chang, Ming; Wang, Zhengbin
2020-10-22
Source PublicationCHEMISTRYSELECT
Volume5Issue:39Pages:12039-12044
AbstractThe influencing mechanism of the cathodic and anodic reactions in the corrosion process of carbon steel on CaCO(3)scaling was studied by galvanostatic polarization, and explained by potentiodynamic polarization, and electrochemical calculation mathematical analysis on the Oddo-Tomson saturation index. The results reveal that the increased local pH caused by the higher cathodic current density is the only reason for enhanced CaCO(3)scaling. A critical corrosion rate due to the diffusion effect of OH-, above which the corrosion process can enhance the CaCO(3)scaling is reported. This research highlights the practical significance of corrosion related critical phenomenon for CaCO(3)scaling in the deoxidized oilfield injection water system.
DOI10.1002/slct.202002489
WOS IDWOS:000580579000001
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/82422
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
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Pang, Lin,Zheng, Yugui,Chang, Ming,et al. The Role of Carbon Steel Corrosion Process on CaCO(3)Scaling in Deoxidized Oilfield Injection Water[J]. CHEMISTRYSELECT,2020,5(39):12039-12044.
APA Pang, Lin,Zheng, Yugui,Chang, Ming,&Wang, Zhengbin.(2020).The Role of Carbon Steel Corrosion Process on CaCO(3)Scaling in Deoxidized Oilfield Injection Water.CHEMISTRYSELECT,5(39),12039-12044.
MLA Pang, Lin,et al."The Role of Carbon Steel Corrosion Process on CaCO(3)Scaling in Deoxidized Oilfield Injection Water".CHEMISTRYSELECT 5.39(2020):12039-12044.
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