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A Study on the Influential Factors of Stress Corrosion Cracking in C110 Casing Pipe

Abstract

In this paper, we analyze the potential factors affecting the hydrogen sulfide type of stress corrosion cracking in C110 casing pipes. In order to further study these cracking factors, the methods of material property testing, scanning electron microscopy, XRD, TEM, and 3D ultra-depth-of-field were applied in the experiments. Besides that, an HTHP autoclave was independently designed by the laboratory to simulate the actual corrosion environment, and the potential factors affecting the stress corrosion cracking of C110 casing pipes were determined. The test results showed that the chemical composition, metallographic structure, hardness, and non-metallic inclusions of the two types of C110 casing pipes were all qualified. In fact, there remains a risk of stress corrosion cracking when the two kinds of C110 casing pipes serve under long-term field-working conditions. It is considered in this paper that the precipitates on the material surface, stress damage, and pitting corrosion are all critical factors affecting the stress corrosion cracking of casing pipes.

Funding source: The authors acknowledge the support from National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 51774249), National Natural Science Foundation of China (No. 51974270), and Research on matching technology to reduce the complicated conditions and downhole accidents of long horizontal section (No.2020CX040201).
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2022-01-21
2022-10-03
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