Modeling the effect of hydrogen gas on steel pipeline welds
What impact does the presence of H2 have on a pipe weld, and what kind of damage can result from it? These are important questions that must be answered as development of a broad hydrogen infrastructure is progressing.
The EWI structural integrity group has created a new modeling approach to examine the hydrogen diffusion into pipe steel during welding and its effects. This work is described in a paper by EWI associates Bill Mohr and Amin Moghaddas, Modeling of Hydrogen Flow in Pipeline Steel During Welding on Hydrogen Pipelines. You are invited to download this paper for free by completing and submitting the form on this page.
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To learn about EWI’s active Joint Industry Project investigating the effects of hydrogen on high-strength pipe steel, contact Jon Jennings at [email protected].
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