SP0206-2006 Internal Corrosion Direct Assessment Methodology for Pipelines Carrying Normally Dry Natural Gas (DG-ICDA)

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Updated On: July 23, 2012
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New in 2006. This standard formalizes the process of internal corrosion direct assessment (ICDA) for pipelines carrying normally dry natural gas that can be used to help ensure pipeline integrity. The basis of DG-ICDA is a detailed examination of locations along a pipeline where water would first accumulate to provide information about the downstream condition of the pipeline. If the locations along a length of pipe most likely to accumulate water have not corroded, other downstream locations less likely to accumulate water may be considered free from corrosion. Key words: internal corrosion, direct assessment, dry gas, pipelines.

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