From Time-Based to Condition-Based Assessment: ECA in Reformer Tubes

Steam reforming is a way to produce hydrogen, carbon monoxide, and other useful products from hydrocarbon fuels such as natural gas using a processing device called a reformer. It reacts high-temperature steam with the fuel. The Challenge Reformer tubes are subjected to extreme temperature cycling, generating enough mechanical stress to cause creep damage, which can … Continue reading From Time-Based to Condition-Based Assessment: ECA in Reformer Tubes