New studies on Effects of Hydrogen Exposure in Steel Pipelines
As pressurized hydrogen gas becomes a viable, low-carbon energy option, we must make sure that our national fuel transportation infrastructure is ready to handle it. Material behavior and after-effects of H2 exposure on pipeline materials must be evaluated and understood.
EWI Principal Engineer for Structural Integrity, Bill Mohr, has written Effects of Hydrogen Exposure on X70 and X80 Pipeline Steel Charpy Properties which describes recent investigations into the affects of extended hydrogen exposure on several steel pipe samples. You are invited to download this paper for FREE by completing the form on this page.
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