A. Morshed's scientific contributions

Publications (3)

Article
Any oil and gas susceptibility to corrosion should have an asset corrosion management system (Asset CMS) with corrosion engineering (CE) and corrosion management (CM) components to protect it against such threat. Asset integrity is ensured and maintained through application and proper implementation of CE principles. Asset CMS should be used on ass...
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Corrosion key performance indicators (KPIs) are valuable tools for monitoring the performance of an asset corrosion management strategy (CMS) that is crucial to mitigate the risk of corrosion in any oil and gas asset. Implementation of the asset CMS ensures that all the possible corrosion-related threats identified earlier are managed and mitigated...
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Both corrosion engineering (CE) and corrosion management (CM) disciplines are required at various stages of an asset's life cycle to effectively and efficiently alleviate corrosion onboard offshore hydrocarbon assets. However, due to poor appreciation of the CM concept and its applications, assets can lack a CM component within their Asset Corrosio...

Citations

... A Corrosion Management System (CMS) has been described by Morshed [1][2][3] as "a suite of procedures, strategies, and systems designed and intended to maintain asset integrity through preventing or mitigating corrosion throughout the operations phase of the asset life cycle." Additionally, corrosion management has been defined [4] as being "…part of the overall management system, which is concerned with the development, implementation, review and maintenance of the corrosion policy." ...
... Lagging indicators primarily are of higher relevance to the industry since they help in assessing future improvements in terms of operations and maintenance. Leading indicators are more helpful in developing incident databases[23]. ...