- Basic Course Information
- Principles of corrosion as it applied to oil and gas industries.
- Addresses the deterioration of materials, devices, and pieces of oil field (or other) machinery/equipment.
- Emphasis on terminology associated with metallic and nonmetallic corrosion
- Student Learning Outcomes
- Distinguish between the causes of corrosion
- State methods by which corrosion can be identified, monitored, and controlled
- Describe potential field problems and select the most reliable solutions
- Major Course Requirements
- Research Reports
- Quizzes / Test(s) / Final Exam.
- Information on Books and Other Course Materials
- Corrosion Control in Petroleum Production, NACE International, 1999. (available in College Bookstore)
- Other Policies, Procedures and Important Dates are available in the catalog.
- Course Organization and Schedule
Disclaimer: Schedule and content is subject to change at the instructor’s discretion.
|Quizzes / Test(s) / Final Exam
- Weekly Schedule
||SECTION / ONLINE WORK
|| Introduction to corrosion
||Forms of corrosion (part 1)
Forms of corrosion (part 2)
||Material selection - metals
||Material selection - nonmetallics
||Corrosion detection & monitoring
Methods of corrosion control
Cathodic protection (part 1)
Cathodic protection (part 2)
||Economic benefits of corrosion protection
Corrosion Report Due
Final Exam Week
August 29, 2016