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Old   August 25, 2010, 06:00
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How can I calculate the surface degradation of a pipeline that natural gas is flowing through it using FEA? By degradation I mean the wear rate due to corrosion.
I was told I cannot do it by using FEA, I have to use something like Ansys Multiphysics.
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How can I calculate the surface degradation of a pipeline that natural gas is flowing through it using FEA? By degradation I mean the wear rate due to corrosion.
I was told I cannot do it by using FEA, I have to use something like Ansys Multiphysics.
If you have data to compare, I can help you model natural gas corrosion
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