Determining the Optimum Hydrogen Soak Times for Steel Pipe Testing
While the goal of establishing an efficient hydrogen economy increases steadily, there is still only limited data related to impact of gaseous H2 on pipe steel. Activities in EWI’s new hydrogen environmental are underway to address this issue.
Required Soaking Time for Hydrogen Testing, a new paper by Applications Engineer Jesse Rhodes, describes work being done in the EWI lab to gain a better understanding of diffusion rates and establish acceptable soak times for accurate testing. To read about this work, simply complete and submit the form on this page.
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