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Control of microbial corrosion of steel in seawater systems



Control of microbial corrosion of steel in seawater systems



Biodeterioration of constructional materials Proceedings of the summer meeting of the Biodeterioration Society, Delft, Netherlands, 18-19 September 1986: 99



The problems of steel corrosion by sulphate-reducing bacteria in oil production plant, especially in seawater injection systems of offshore platforms, is briefly discussed. A lab. system involving steel studs for testing biocides against sessile bacteria in biofilms is summarized. Similar studs were also allowed to foul naturally in offshore systems and used to monitor the test biocides.

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