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However, if the efficiency of a treatment depends on concentrations, its cost depends on the corresponding quantities. Whence a second notion of 'economic efficiency' (EE), which is the ratio of what is useful to what is paid: EE= CwVw CmeanWtot _-~BSW x P E (12) 100 where OS = oil soluble inhibitors, WS = water soluble inhibitors, PE = partitioning efficiency, EE = economic efficiency, Cmean average inhibitor concentration based on total fluids, C o = concentration in oil, C w = concentration in water, BSW = water cut (%), K - partition coefficient, V w = volume of water, Vto t - total volume, G R i n h = corrosion rate in the presence of inhibitor, CR o = corrosion rate in the absence of inhibitor, and f = inhibitor efficiency.
Corrosion Monitoring Downhole corrosion monitoring capabilities are constrained by problems of access. The addition of equipment for corrosion monitoring and interventions to obtain samples or make measurements is both unwelcome as added costs and in causing possible operational complications. Therefore, apart from basic checks of annulus pressurisation to identify loss of tubing integrity, other methods of corrosion monitoring are not routinely implemented. The techniques that are available may be divided according to whether they provide direct measures of corrosion or are indicators of corrosion risk.
Key ParametersAffecting Corrosion 17 temperature. Localised corrosion only took place where there was no wax deposit. The areas covered with wax were protected from the CO 2 containing solution. The difficulty in controlling this type of localised corrosion with commercial oilfield inhibitors was demonstrated in these laboratory tests . In contrast, field experience of a 20 in. 8 cm) oil line in Indonesia (about 20 km length) showed almost nil corrosion rate during about 10 years service which was attributed to a wax deposit on the pipe wall.
Advanced Simulation and Test Methodols for VLSI Design by G. Russell, I. Sayers