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Study of Corrosion in Crude Oil Storage Tanks of Marsa Bashayer II -Sudan

Show simple item record Mohamed Tagelsir M. Bakhit Supervised by: Dr. Abd Al Mahmoud Saad 2018-03-05T07:17:02Z 2018-03-05T07:17:02Z 2017-12
dc.description.abstract The aim of this study is to determine the impact of corrosion on the crude oil storage units used by Petrodar Company and to investigate the causes of internal and external corrosion of low carbon steel which used in above-ground crude oil storage tanks that may lead to leakages, pollution, disasters and potential impacts. The Low carbon steel was tested in liquid medium crude oil, crude oil and seawater mixture 1:1. The results were found that corrosion on low carbon steel but slowly at an annual rate (0.3125 mm / y) and (0.3250 mm / y) respectively. The weight loss for low carbon steel in crude oil, crude oil and seawater mixture were tested, the average weight loss of the low carbon steel was found to be (3.0 mg) in 456 hours. The tests also included the measurement of the pH value in the presence of low carbon steel in both crude oil and mixture of crude oil and seawater the results were found (6.10 - 6.85) and (5.27 - 6.36) respectively. The Chemical Analysis result of crude oil sample show 4.20 mg /g total acid content (TAN) which conceder to be very high content en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher جامعة البحر الاحمر en_US
dc.subject master en_US
dc.subject ماجستير en_US
dc.subject الماجستير en_US
dc.subject Marsa Bashayer II -Sudan en_US
dc.subject Main Process Systems en_US
dc.title Study of Corrosion in Crude Oil Storage Tanks of Marsa Bashayer II -Sudan en_US
dc.type Thesis en_US

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