Diverse types of steels have found application in industry owing to their ability to form passive films resistant to the electrochemical corrosion.However,the presence of microorganisms in the production environment can cause undesired corrosion of metals.Therefore,any information on the chemical structure of corrosion products and microbiological deposits,as well as the estimation of the (PDF) Are underground clay disposal conditions favorable  Hajj H,Abdelouas A,Grambow B,Martin C,Dion M.Microbial corrosion of P235GH steel under geological conditions.Phys Chem Earth 2010; 35 248253. Stroes-Gascoyne S,Gascoyne M.The introduction of microbial nutrients into a nuclear waste disposal vault during excavation and operation.Are Underground Clay Disposal Conditions Favorable for  Hajj H,Abdelouas A,Grambow B,Martin C,Dion M.Microbial corrosion of P235GH steel under geological conditions.Phys Chem Earth 2010; 35 248253. Stroes-Gascoyne S,Gascoyne M.The introduction of microbial nutrients into a nuclear waste disposal vault during excavation and operation.Environ Sci Technol 1998; 32 31726.
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Sep 20,2012·Microbial Corrosion of P235GH Steel Under Geological Condition,3.Unfavorable conditions for the growth of bacteria result Phys.Chem.Earth,2010,35,p 248253 in production of higher amount of EPS by the bacteria in 20.Cited by 22Publish Year 2015Author Marta K.Schütz,Michel L.Schlegel,Marie Libert,Olivier BildsteinMicrobially influenced corrosion of carbon steel in the Carbon steel is currently being considered as a candidate canister material for use in a deep geological repository of radioactive waste.Assessment of canister material corrosion through microbial activity is an important part of the safety assessment for the final repository.Cited by 32Publish Year 2015Author Pauliina Rajala,Leena Carpén,Mikko Vepsäläinen,Mari Raulio,Elina Sohlberg,Malin BombergMolecular hydrogen An abundant energy source for Jan 01,2011·Consequences of bacterial development in the studied cases may be alteration of groundwater chemistry and geochemical equilibrium,gas production or consumption,biocorrosion,and potential modifications of confinement properties. Microbial corrosion of P235GH steel under geological conditions.Phys.Chem.Earth,35 (68) (2010),pp.248
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Jan 01,2021·Microbial corrosion of P235GH steel under geological conditions Phys.Chem.Earth,Parts A/B/C ,35 ( 6 ) ( 2010 ) ,pp.248 - 253 Article Download PDFCited by 56Publish Year 2010Author Hicham El Hajj,Abdesselam Abdelouas,Bernd Grambow,Christelle Martin,Michel DionCorrosion of P235GH carbon steel in simulated Bure soil Corrosion of P235GH carbon steel in simulated Bure soil solution Y.El Mendili1*,A.Abdelouas1, properties of the corrosion layer formed on the carbon steel surface under geological conditions from one to three The P235GH carbon steel was used in these experiments because it is a heat-resistant pressure-vessel steel,Cited by 56Publish Year 2010Author Hicham El Hajj,Abdesselam Abdelouas,Bernd Grambow,Christelle Martin,Michel DionMicrobial corrosion of P235GH steel under geological Request PDF Microbial corrosion of P235GH steel under geological conditions The role of microbial activity on the alteration of steel containers used for nuclear waste disposal is increasingly
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The corrosion rate can be controlled by the rate of arrival of X at the cathodic surface,a buildup of metal ions,M,at the anode,or a buildup of reduced oxidant,Xn/m,atthecathode.Galvanic couple Steel Bacterial enhancement Iron sulfide 2e Fe2+ 2H+ SO4 2 Nutrients?? H2 S2 Fe APB SRB Fig.4 Schematic diagram of the mechanism in an FeSComparison of Biocorrosion due to Desulfovibrio Jul 04,2012·One observes several species of sulfate-reducing bacteria in nature.Presence of these species in a media may cause microbial influenced corrosion (MIC) of materials differently.To investigate this aspect of MIC,corrosion tests were performed on three types of stainless steels.Corrosion of P235GH steel in the system COX groundwater Made available by U.S.Department of Energy Office of Scientific and Technical Information
Nov 01,2013·In a recent study,we investigated the microbial corrosion of carbon steel under individual anaerobic conditions and the Raman spectrum obtained after 3 Microbial corrosion of P235GH steel under geological conditions.Phys.Chem.Earth,35Effect of Host Media on Microbial Influenced Corrosion due Sep 20,2012·This article reports about the tests carried to investigate microbial-induced corrosion on stainless steels due to sulfate-reducing bacteria sp.Desulfotomaculum nigrificans in different host media.Stainless steel 304L,316L,and 2205 were selected for the test.Modified Baars media (BM),sodium chloride solution,and artificial sea water (SW) were used as test solutions in anaerobic Impact of iron-reducing bacteria on the corrosion rate of Jun 16,2015·The impact of microbial activity must be fully clarified in order to provide biological parameters for predictive reactive transport models.This study investigates the impact of hydrogenotrophic iron-reducing bacteria (Shewanella oneidensis strain MR-1) on the corrosion rate of carbon steel under simulated geological disposal conditions by
Jun 21,2013·We particularly focused our study on identifying the corrosion products formed at 30 °C on carbon steel under aerobic and anaerobic conditions and on following their evolution with time due to enhanced microbial activity under environmental and geological conditions.Microbial corrosion of P235GH steel under geological Jan 01,2010·The corrosion rate of the steel coupons was high under biotic conditions (30 m/year) in comparison to blank sterilized runs (14 m/year).Culture experiments in compacted conditions with claystone cores and steel coupons under 120 bar,simulating deep geological conditions,gave results similar to those obtained in batch experiments Microbial corrosion of P235GH steel under geological The corrosion rate of the steel coupons was high under biotic conditions (30 m/year) in comparison to blank sterilized runs (14 m/year).Culture experiments in compacted conditions with clay-stone cores and steel coupons under 120 bar,simulating deep geological conditions,gave results similar to those obtained in batch experiments
Nov 12,2011·Abstract.The present study was undertaken to investigate microbial influenced corrosion (MIC) on stainless steels due to thermophilic bacteria Desulfotomaculum nigrificans.The objective of the study was to measure the extent of corrosion and correlate it with the growth of the biofilm by monitoring the composition of its extracellular polymeric substances (EPS).Microbial influenced corrosion by thermophilic bacteria in ·The metallic low and intermediate level radioactive waste generally consists of carbon steel and stainless steels.The corrosion rate of carbon steel in deep groundwater is typically low,unless the water is very acidic or microbial activity in the environment is high.Therefore,the assessment of microbially induced corrosion of carbon steel in deep bedrock environment has become important Microbially-induced corrosion of carbon steel in a corrosion of carbon steel.This work is relevant to the deep geological repository conditions after nal closure of the low and intermediate level radioactive waste underground storage site.This work demonstrates that microbial biolms and their metabolic activity play an important role in the corrosion of carbon steel in
Relationship between corrosion rate and SO 2 concentration under subcritical CO2 environment.3.2.Photographic Images on Steel Surface The type of corrosion attack that took place on the carbon steel surface was identified after corrosion product removal.The green compact scale observed on the samples exposed to subcritical CO 2 /SO 2,Some results are removed in response to a notice of local law requirement.For more information,please see here.12345NextThe Corrosion Behavior of Carbon Steel in Sulfide Aqueous Jan 31,2014·In geological storage conditions,sulfidogenic environment was sustained by sulfate-reducing bacteria.Corrosion tests were conducted in systems in a controlled atmosphere of 5% H 2 /N 2.Batch experiments were conducted at 30°C for 1 month with steel coupons immersed in Na 2 S solutions.The structural characterization of the corrosion products was investigated by scanning
Jan 01,2015·The carbon steel corrosion under simulated geological conditions has been investigated and the results show the formation of iron sulphide on steel surface due to microbial corrosion at 30 °C and to the reduction by hydrogen of pyrite originating from claystone into iron monosulphide and hydrogen sulphide at 90 °C.1.