Investigation of the corrosion process and destruction of metals by using acoustodamage method

Dmitry Tretyakov, Alexander Belyaev, Aliya Galyautdinova, Vladimir Polyanskiy, Darya Strekalovskaya, S.Yu. Mushnikova, V.V. Burlov, R. Badrak, A.A. Alkhimenko, A.V. Shakhmatov, S. Webster, Yu.I. Kuznetsov (+11 others)
2019 E3S Web of Conferences  
The paper presents the results of investigation of acoustic anisotropy in industrial alloy made of steel 14HGNDC after hydrogen-induced cracking (HIC) tests according to the standard NACE TM0284-2003. It was found that location and parameters of corrosion cracks with size about 20 microns can be determined by distribution and value of acoustic anisotropy. A quantitative relationship between value of acoustic anisotropy and size of corrosion cracks in the range from 60 to 6600 microns was
more » ... microns was established. The obtained results have a great importance for improving methods of hydrogen-induced cracking tests and for non-destructive testing of brittle destruction of structures in oil and gas industry by using the acoustodamage method.
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/201912101017 fatcat:liafu7fibvdargzsttr5jd4tke