Damage Mechanisms, Fracture Mechanics, HEDE, HELP, Hydrogen Embrittlement Mechanism, Hydrogen Enhanced Decohesion (HEDE), Hydrogen-Enhanced Local Plasticity (HELP), Materials, Materials Characterization, Materials Science, Mechanical Properties, Steel
Hydrogen-induced degradation of offshore steels in ageing infrastructure – models for prevention and prediction (HIPP)
Project lead: Professor Zhiliang Zhang, Norwegian University of Science and Technology -NTNU, Department of Structural Engineering, Faculty of Engineering Science and Technology, NTNU Nanomechanical Lab, Norway
For more information about the project, see the project webpage
The primary objective of HIPP Project is to develop a model framework which describes and couples environment-assisted hydrogen degradation mechanisms at different length and time scales towards a predictive mechanism-based integrity assessment approach for oil and gas steel infrastructure.
Project Duration: 2014-2018, Funding: The Research Council of Norway, PETROMAKS2 Program
This project attacks the challenge by linking modelling of fundamental mechanisms on different scales. On the basis of existing knowledge and expertise on atomistic simulations, embrittlement mechanisms and fracture mechanics assessment, this project will provide a scientific platform for an integrated model that can assess hydrogen induced failures in offshore steel structures.
The project team consists of three complementary groups (NTNU Nanomechanical Lab, SINTEF Materials and Nanotechnology, and University of Oslo), of skilled and experienced scientists that join their efforts in order to realize a mechanism-based integrity assessment approach.
- Professor Zhiliang Zhang, NTNU, Project leader
- Professor Afrooz Barnoush, NTNU
- Dr. Vigdis Olden, SINTEF
- Dr. Antonio Alvaro, SINTEF
- Dr. Ingvild Julie Thue Jensen, SINTEF
- Prof. Ole Martin Løvvik, SINTEF
- Inga Gudem Ringdalen
Research Scientist and PhD co-supervisor
- Dr. Annett Thøgersen, SINTEF
- Dr. Amin Shahrestani Azar, SINTEF
- Dr. Nousha Kheradmand, NTNU
- Tarlan Hajilou, NTNU
- Kai Zhao, NTNU
- Domas Birenis, UIO
HIPP Project publications:
- An invited presentation was given by HIPP scientist International Hydrogen Energy Development Forum 2015, Kyushu University, Japan, February 3-4: A. Alvaro, I. Thue Jensen, N. Kheradmand , A. Barnoush, O. M. Løvvik, V. Olden, A multiscale approach to interface degradation by hydrogen
- PhD student Kai Zhao gave an oral presentation at the EUROMAT 2015 on Growth and Coalescence of Nanoided Iron.
- PhD student Domas Birenis gave a poster presentation on Atomic Level Study of Hydrogen-Induced Degradation on Offshore Steels at EUROMAT 2015.
- A. Alvaro, I. Thue Jensen, N. Kheradmand, O. M. Løvvik, V. Olden, Hydrogen Embrittlement in Nickel, Visited by First Principles Modeling, Cohesive Zone Simulation and Nanomechanical Testing, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 40 (2015) 16892–1690
- Haiyang Yu, Jim Stian Olsen, Antonio Alvaro, Vigdis Olden, Jianying He, Zhiliang Zhang. A uniform hydrogen degradation law for high strength steels. Engineering Fracture Mechanics 157, (2016) 56–71
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