Sulfide stress corrosion cracking (SSCC) of materials exposed to oilfield environment containing hydrogen sulfide ($H_2S$) has been recognized as a materials failure problem. Laboratory data and field experience have demonstrated that extremely low concentration of $H_2S$ may be sufficient to lead to SSC failure of susceptible materials. In some cases, $H_2S$ can act synergistically with chlorides to produce corrosion and cracking failures. SSC is a form of hydrogen embrittlement that occurs in high strength steels and in localized hard zones in weldment of susceptible materials. In the heat-affected zones adjacent to welds, there are often very narrow hard zones combined with regions of high residual stress that may become embrittled to such an extent by dissolved atomic hydrogen. On the base of understanding on sulfide stress cracking and its mechanism, SSC resistance for the several materials, those are ASTM A106 Gr B using in the oil industries, are evaluated.
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