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An analysis of possible microbiologically influenced crevice corrosion of 316 stainless steel In a seawater environment

Howell, William R. N.

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An Analysis of Possible Microbiologically Influenced Crevice Corrosion of 316 Stainless Steel in a Seawater Environment

by William R. N. Howell Jr.

B.S. Biomedical Engineering Tulane University (1984)

SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF OCEAN ENGINEERING IN PARTIAL FULPILEMENT OF THE RE@GINEMENTS TOK THe DEGREE OF

MASTER OF SCIENCE IN OCEANOGRAPHIC ENGINEERING at the MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY and the WOODS HOLE OCEANOGRAPHIC INSTITUTION

SEPTEMBER 1996

© Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1996. All Rights Reserved.

An Analysis of Possible Microbiologically Influenced Crevice Corrosion of 316 Stainless Steel in a Seawater Environment

by

Wilham R. N. Howell Jr.

Submitted to the Department of Ocean Engineering on August 9, 1996 in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Science in Oceanographic Engineering

ABSTRACT

An analysis was conducted of 316 Stainless Steel components which exhibited an unusual degree of crevice corrosion after exposure to seawater for approximately one year. After conducting research into the possible chemical and microbiological mechanisms for the corrosion, a metallurgical and microscopic examination of the components was performed. Results of these examinations indicated that the corrosion observed was probably the result of an interaction between the Gallionella aerobic iron bacteria and the anaerobic sulfate reducing bacteria Desulfovibrio and Desulfomaculum.

A laboratory crevice corrosion experiment, in accordance with the method of ASTM G78-89, was performed in an attempt to reproduce this rapid corrosion rate and test this hypothesis. However, the rapid corrosion experienced in the open ocean environment could not be reproduced in the laboratory. The results obtained indicated a likely sensitivity to the presence of local pollutants, required for the rapid growth of the sulfate reducing bacteria. Finally, possible preventative measures and additional at-sea experiments were proposed.

Thesis Supervisor: Koichi Masubuchi Title: Kawasaki Professor of Materials Science and Ocean Engineering

Acknowledgments

In response to a compliment on his discoveries, Sir Isaac Newton said: “If ] have seen farther than other men, it is because I stood on the shoulders of giants.” In completing this thesis and my Masters, | too have stood on the shoulders of others. This thesis could not have been completed without the help and guidance of Professor Koichi Masubuchi of MIT and Dr. Albert “Sandy” Williams of WHOI. Gentlemen, please accept my profoundest thanks; I shall try to put what you have each taught me to good use in my future endeavors.

] would like to thank my fellow graduate student Dave Walworth for all his assistance in teaching how to use the video and laser microscopes in the Welding Laboratory at MIT. Thanks also to LTJG Tom Singleton, for making me aware that this corrosion problem existed and could well serve as the basis of a thesis.

Lastly. my greatest thanks go to my family, my wife Elaine and daughter Liana. For helping me with everything from photographing specimens to purchasing 120-grit paper, you’ ve both been there for me whenever | needed you. Your love and support have been what kept me going and made possible whatever I have accomplished.

Table of Contents

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CHAPTER 1: Introduction

One of the most useful methods for studying the behavior of the ocean is the long-term deployment of in situ instrumentation to measure various parameter of interest, such as temperature,