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Corrosion—Time of Wetness Sensors

Mobile Sensors for Gas Pipeline

Multielectrode Array Sensor (MAS™)

Coating Degradation Sensor (CDS)


Anodes for Cathodic Protection

Subsea Pipeline Pads











For more information about corrosion testing and research, or how you can contract with Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) please contact Elizabeth Trillo, Ph.D., at etrillo@swri.org or (210) 522-4210.

 

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Contact Information

Elizabeth Trillo, Ph.D.

Corrosion Testing and Research

(210) 522-4210

etrillo@swri.org

corrosiontechnology.swri.org

Related Terminology

corrosion

pipelines

coatings

sensors

life prediction

stainless steel

Raman spectroscopy

monitoring

cathodic protection

microbiologically influenced corrosion

 

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August 07, 2014