Meeting Calendar

Meeting Calendar

 

  • A coordinating meeting was held on the 27th of Jan 2016. Vigdis, Antonio, Nyhus and Zhiliang at Trondheim, Annett and Ingvild at Oslo discussed the status of each work packages.
     
  • The HIPP project meeting (spring meeting) was held at SINTEF Oslo, the 8th of March 2016.

  • SINTEF and NTNU will organize an international workshop on Environmental Assisted Cracking in Trondheim, Norway 8-10 June, 2016. Detailed info can be found here.

     

HIPP Project News

HIPP Project News

2017--02-08: Low Temperature Hydrogen Embrittlement of High Strength Steels? New published paper gave an answer!

New paper published at Materials Science & Engineering A.

 

2016-08-22-Ductile mechanisms of metals containing pre-existing nanovoids - new paper publisged on Computational Materials Science

 

2016-08-19 New paper on Viscous regularization for cohesive zone modelling under constant displacement: an application to hydrogen embrittlement simulation

 

2016-02-12: A paper on multi-axial DFT Calculations publisdhed at Acta Materialia

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2016-02-21: A Uniform Hydrogen Degradation Law for High Strength Steels Proposed 
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Hydrogen-induced degradation of offshore steels in ageing infrastructure - models for prevention and prediction (HIPP)

A fundamental Researcher project financed by the Research Council of Norway

Hydrogen-induced degradation of offshore steels in ageing infrastructure - models for prevention and prediction (HIPP)

Objective: The primary objective of HIPP 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.  

 

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HIPP Publications

HIPP Publications

5) 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, accepted,2016。.

4) 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,

3) PhD student Domas Birenis gave a poster presentation on Atomic Level Study of Hydrogen-Induced Degradation on Offshore Steels at EUROMAT 2015.

2) PhD student Kai Zhao gave an oral presentation at the EUROMAT 2015 on Growth and Coalescence of Nanoided Iron.

1) 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

Project Activities

Project Activities

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Project meetin
2015-02-25: EXtended project meeting, Trondheim
2015-02-01: HIPP PhD student Domas Birenis started
2014-09-22: Project meeting, Trondheim

2014-08-22: HIPP PhD student Kai Zhao started
2014-08-01: HIPP PhD student Tarlan Hajilou started
2014-05-09: Project task group meeting, Trondheim
2014-03-10: Project kick off meeting, Trondheim

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Summary

Project summary in English

As the industry is pushing for life extension of existing oil & gas fields, they have to cope with an ageing infrastructure. Aging steel structures needs careful considerations with respect to degradation mechanisms as corrosion, fatigue and hydrogen embrittlement. Management of ageing infrastructure is essential to minimize the environmental hazard and avoid large costs due to down time and repair. Elemental hydrogen has dramatic consequences on material properties, especially by reducing the fracture toughness. Degradation by hydrogen initiates through mechanisms occurring locally, and is normally not detectable prior to the final leakage or component fracture. Such incidents are sudden, and sometimes catastrophic failures occur, causing not only huge economic losses, but also irreversible human and environmental impacts. 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.

Project summary in Norwegian

Levetidsforlengelse av olje- og gassfelt i Nordsjøen krever tiltak med hensyn til aldrende infrastruktur. Aldrende stålkonstruksjoner er utsatt for degraderingsmekanismer som korrosjon, utmatting og hydrogensprøhet. For å redusere miljørisiko samt kostnader på grunn av nedetid og reparasjoner trengs derfor tiltak mot degradering. Hydrogen kan ha dramatiske konsekvenser for materialegenskaper, fordi motstanden mot sprekker og brudd reduseres, såkalt hydrogensprøhet. Hydrogensprøhet initieres av mekanismer som forekommer på nanometer-skala, og oppdages ofte ikke før lekkasje eller brudd oppstår. I dette prosjektet vil vi modellere mekanismer som foråsaker hydrogensprøhet og brudd på ulike lengde-skalaer, og verifisere modellene eksperimentelt. På basis av av eksisterende kunnskap og kompetanse innen atomistisk modellering, sprøhetsmekanismer og bruddmekanikk, vil dette prosjektet gi et grunnlag for en helhetlig modell som kan predikere hydrogenbrudd i aldrende offshore og subsea stålkonstruksjoner. Prosjektgruppen består av komplementære grupper ved NTNU Nanomechanical Lab, NTNU IPM, SINTEF Materialer og kjemi og Universitetet i Oslo, med dyktige og erfarne forskere.

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Project information

HIPP

Project information

Duration: 2014-2018
Funding: 17 mkr from the Research Council PETROMAKS2 Program

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Members:

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Professor Zhiliang Zhang, NTNU
Project leader

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Professor Afrooz Barnoush, NTNU
Workpackage leader, PhD supervisor

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Dr. Vigdis Olden, SINTEF
Workpackage leader
 

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Dr. Antonio Alvaro
, SINTEF
Workpackage leader

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Dr. Ingvild Julie Thue Jensen, SINTEF
Workpackage leader

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Prof. Ole Martin Løvvik, SINTEF
Workpackage leader

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Inga Gudem Ringdalen
Research Scientist and PhD co-supervisor

Dr. Annett Thøgersen, SINTEF
Research Scientist and PhD supervisor

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Dr. Amin Shahrestani Azar, SINTEF
Research Scientist

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Dr. Nousha Kheradmand, NTNU
Senior Engineer

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Tarlan Hajilou
, NTNU
PhD candidate

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Kai Zhao, NTNU

PhD candidate

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Domas Birenis, UIO
PhD candidate

International Partners

HIPP

International Partners

Prof. Petros Sofronis 
I2CNER
UIUC, USA

Prof. Hisao Matsunaga
I2CNER
Kyushu University, Japan

Prof. Ian M. Robertson
University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA

Prof. Alexander Hartmaier
Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany
 

 


User Group of the Project

HIPP

User Group of the Project

Dr. Gisle Rørvik
Statoil AS

Dr. Jim Stian Olsen
Aker Solutions AS

Dr. Erling Østby
DNV GL