CLSCC

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AcronymDefinition
CLSCCChloride Stress Corrosion Cracking (corrosion damage)
CLSCCCanyon Lake Senior Citizens Center (South Dakota)
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Chloride stress corrosion cracking (CSCC) takes place when specific alloys are exposed to tensile stress, temperature, and a chloride containing environment [1-3].
CNA-Q and Qatar Petroleum officials have agreed to extend the research project to help identify which materials used in the energy sector are most resistant to chloride stress corrosion cracking.
The College of the North Atlantic-Qatar (CNA-Q) and Qatar Petroleum (QP) have renewed a research partnership to help identify which materials used in the industry and energy sector are most resistant to chloride stress corrosion cracking.
The main external corrosion threats for DSS flow lines are soil corrosion, chloride stress corrosion cracking (CSCC), stray current and cathodic interference and hydrogen-induced stress cracking.
Ono, "AE Monitoring of Chloride Stress Corrosion Cracking of Austenitic Stainless Steel", Journal of Acoustic Emission, 19, (2001) 63-72.
Takemoto, "Simultaneous Monitoring of Acoustic Emission and Corrosion Potential Fluctuation for Mechanistic Study of Chloride Stress Corrosion Cracking", Key Engineering Materials, 321-323, (2006) 254-259.
Two forms of external corrosion are most common: thinning of the wall and floor around the base of carbon steel tanks and at insulation or stiffener rings, and chloride stress corrosion cracking of stainless steel tanks.
For example, the stainless steel vessels used in the processing of a PVC slurry resulted in extensive fissuring and cracking in the welds as a result of chloride stress corrosion cracking. Due to the thick consistency of the process fluid, the vessel never leaked.
Petrochemical and nuclear plants are located in coastal area in Japan and tend to suffer chloride stress corrosion cracking (SCC) in heat-affected zones (HAZ) of welded stainless steels.