- Multiphase Flow Environment Test Facility
- Atmospheric Corrosion Environment Test Facility
- High Temperature and High Pressure Vapor Environment Test Facility
- Mechano-chemical Coupled Environment Test Facility
- Extreme/multi-factor Environment Test Facility
- Special-Regional Environment Test Facility
- Materials Damage Simulation Platform
- Opening and Sharing Platform
This facility is used to study the multiphase flow corrosion problems of pipeline structures in petroleum, petrochemical, chemical, electric power, metallurgy and marine industries. A series of multiphase flow loops is constructed which can simulate the corrosion environment with coexistence of oil, gas, water and solid through flexible combination of test loops. This study will contribute to the research on material selection, corrosion evaluation and life prediction.
This facility is able to simulate the multiphase flow corrosion phenomena encountered in pipe structures in different industries by using large scale, multi-function, flexible combination multiphase flow corrosion test loops.
1.Evaluation of the multiphase flow corrosion performance of large scale pipeline material;
2.Accelerated evaluation test by small scale samples in multiphase flow corrosion environment;
3.Effects of geometric condition and pipe size on the multiphase flow corrosion behaviour of pipelines.
1.Influence of flow velocity and flow regime on multiphase flow corrosion behaviour;
2.Influence of geometric conditions on multiphase flow corrosion behaviour;
3.Damage mechanism of the complex multiphase flow corrosion;
4.Effect of the materials microstructure on multiphase flow corrosion behaviour;
5.Modelling and prediction on multiphase flow corrosion process.
Advantages of the Facility
The facility is able to simulate the corrosion environment with coexistence of oil, gas, water and solid and owns the maximum diameter of multiphase flow corrosion test loop.
Overall view of the multiphase flow loop
Advanced multiphase flow loops with large diameter & high flow velocity