Author(s): Bhawani Shankar Soni, Ashish Kumar Khandelwal
Internal corrosion would not be identified as a threat for any pipeline that could be confirmed to be free of liquid water. However, for the majority of pipelines, the possibility of introd ucing some water with the supply gas or liquid cannot be ignored, so an evaluation of the threat of internal corrosion would be appropriate. Stress Corrosion Cracking would not be identified as a threat unless the following three conditions are present. It can be maintained by Risk assessment and risk management (Hot-dipped tin plating) are processes essential to the successful management of pipeline integrity. These processes provide the foundation for prioritizing efforts on the highest risk pipelines and serve as the technical basis for the actions implemented to mitigate the threats to the pipeline. Integrating quality data into the models ensures that the risk models accurately reflect the conditions of and relative risks to the pipeline.