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Journal Publications
51 W. Sun, and S. Nesic  
Kinetics of Corrosion Layer Formation, Part 1. Iron Carbonate Layer in Carbon Dioxide Corrosion”, J. Corrosion, 64, p. 334 (2008).




50 W. Sun, S. Nesic and S. Papavinasam  
Kinetics of Corrosion Layer Formation, Part 2. Iron Sulfide and Mixed Iron Sulfide/Carbonate Layers in Carbon Dioxide/Hydrogen Sulfide Corrosion”, J. Corrosion, 64, p.586 (2008).




49 W. Sun, and S. Nesic  
A Model of Hydrogen Sulfide CorrosionAn Investigation of CorrosionInhibitor – Iron Carbonate Scale Interaction in Carbon Dioxide Corrosion”, J. Corrosion Sci. & Eng. 10, preprint 24, (2008).




48 K. Chokshi, W. Sun, and S. Nesic/td>  
An Investigation of Corrosion Inhibitor – Iron Carbonate Scale Interaction in Carbon Dioxide Corrosion”, J. Corrosion Sci. & Eng. 10, preprint 24, (2008).




47 P.C. Okafor, B. Brown and S. Nesic  
CO2 Corrosion of Carbon Steel in the Presence of Acetic Acid at Higher Temperatures”, in press, J. of Applied Electrochemistry (2008).




46 W. Sun, S. Nesic and R.C. Woollam  
The Effect of Temperature and Ionic Strength on Iron Carbonate (FeCO3) Solubility Limit”, accepted for publication in Corrosion Science (2008).




45 W. Sun, S. Nesic, D. Young and R.C. Woollam  
Equilibrium Expressions Related to the Solubility of the Sour Corrosion Product Mackinawite”, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., 47, p. 1738 (2008).
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44 Z. Zhang, D. Hinkson, M. Singer, H. Wang and S. Nesic  
A Mechanistic Model of Top of the Line Corrosion”, J. Corrosion, 63, p. 1051 (2007).
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43 S. Nesic  
Key issues related to modelling of internal corrosion of oil and gas pipelines – A review”, Corrosion Science, 49, p. 4308 (2007).
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42 K. S. George and S. Nesic  
Investigation of Carbon Dioxide Corrosion of Mild Steel in the Presence of Acetic Acid, Part I - Basic Mechanisms”, J. Corrosion, 63, p. 178 (2007).
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41 V. Ruzic, M. Veidt and S. Nesicl  
Protective Iron Carbonate Films – Part 3: Combined Chemo-Mechanical Removal in Single-Phase Aqueous Flow”, J. Corrosion, 63, p. 758 (2007).


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40 R. Malka, S. Nesic and D. A. Gulino  
Erosion Corrosion and Synergistic Effects in Disturbed Liquid-Particle Flow”, J. Wear, 262, p. 791 (2007).




39 S. Hernández, S. Nesic, G. Weckman, and V. Ghai  
Use of Artificial Neural Networks for Predicting Crude Oil Effect on Carbon Dioxide Corrosion of Carbon Steels”, J. Corrosion, 62, p. 467 (2006).


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38 S. Nesic  
Using Computational Fluid Dynamics in Combating Erosion-Corrosion”, Chemical Engineering Science Journal, 61, p. 4086 (2006).


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37 V. Ruzic, M. Veidt and S. Nesic  
Protective Iron Carbonate Films – Part 2: Chemical Removal by Dissolution in Single-Phase Aqueous Flow”, J. Corrosion, 62, p. 598 (2006).


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36 V. Ruzic, M. Veidt and S. Nesic  
Protective Iron Carbonate Films – Part 1: Mechanical Removal by Hydrodynamic Forces”, J. Corrosion, 62, p. 420 (2006).
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35 P. C. Okafor and S. Nesic  
Effect of Acetic Acid on CO2 Corrosion of Carbon Steel in Vapor-Water Two-Phase Horizontal Flow”, Chem. Eng. Comm., 194, p. 141 (2006).


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34 Rihan Omar Rihan and S. Nesic  
Erosion-corrosion of mild steel in hot caustic. Part I: NaOH solution”, Corrosion Science, 48, p. 2633 (2006).


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33 Rihan Omar Rihan and S. Nesic  
Erosion-corrosion of mild steel in hot caustic. Part II: the effect of acid cleaning”, Corrosion Science, 48, p. 2660 (2006).


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32 S. Nesic, S. Wang, J. Cai and Y. Xiao  
Integrated CO2 Corrosion and Multiphase Flow Model”, Journal of Petroleum Technology, p. 48 (2004).




31 A. Keating, U. Piomelli, K. Bremhorst and S. Nesic  
Large-eddy simulation of heat transfer downstream of a backward-facing step”, Journal of Turbulence, 5 (2004).


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30 F. Vitse, S. Nesic, Y. Gunaltun, D. L. de Torreben and P. Duchet-Suchaux  
Mechanistic Model for the Prediction of Top-of-the-Line Corrosion Risk”, J. Corrosion, 59, p. 1075 (2003).



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29 S. Nesic and F. Carroll  
A Study of The Effect of Water Wetting on CO2 Corrosion – Using a Horizontal Rotating Cylinder”, J. Corrosion, 59, p. 1085 (2003).
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28 S. Nesic and K.-L. J. Lee  
A Mechanistic Model for CO2 in the Presence of Protective Iron Carbonate Films – Part III: The Film Growth Model”, J. Corrosion, 59, p. 616 (2003).
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27 S. Nesic, M. Nordsveen, R. Nyborg and A. Stangeland  
A Mechanistic Model for CO2 in the Presence of Protective Iron Carbonate Films – Part II: the Numerical Experiment”, J. Corrosion, 59, p. 489 (2003).
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26 M. Nordsveen, S. Nesic, R. Nyborg and A. Stangeland  
A Mechanistic Model for CO2 Corrosion in the Presence of Protective Iron Carbonate Films – Part I: Theory and Verification”, J. Corrosion, 59, p. 443 (2003).
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25 K.-S. Yang, J.-Y. Hwang, K. Bremhorst and S. Nesic  
Numerical Investigation of Turbulent Flow around a Rotating Stepped Cylinder for Corrosion Study”, Can. J. Chemical Engineering, 81, p. 26 (2003).
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24 K.-S. Yang, J.-Y. Hwang, K. Bremhorst and S. Nesic  
Turbulent Flow over a Rotating Stepped Cylinder”, Physics of Fluids J., 14, p. 1544 (2002).




23 A. Keating and S. Nesic  
Numerical Prediction of Erosion-Corrosion in Bends”, J. Corrosion, 57, p. 621 (2001).
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22 S. Nesic, M. Nordsveen, N. Maxwell and M. Vrhovac  
Probabilistic Modelling of CO2 Corrosion Laboratory Data Using Neural Networks”, J. Corrosion Science, 43, p. 1373 (2001).
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21 S. Nesic, M. Nordsveen, R. Nyborg and A. Stangeland  
A Diffusion-Based Model of Uniform Corrosion”, Defect and Diffusion Forum, 194-1, p. 1661 (2001).




20 S. Nesic, J. Bienkowsky, K. Bremhorst and K.-S. Yang  
Testing for Erosion-Corrosion Corrosion Under Disturbed Flow Conditions Using a Rotating Cylinder with a Stepped Surface”, J. Corrosion, 56, p. 1005 (2000).




19 S. Nesic and M. Vrhovac  
A Neural Network Model for Prediction of CO2 Corrosion of Steel”, J. Corrosion Science and Engineering, ISSN 1466-8858, (1999).




18 J. L. Crolet, N. Thevenot and S. Nesic  
Role of Conductive Corrosion Products in the Protectiveness of Corrosion Layers”, J. Corrosion, 54, p. 194 (1998).
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17 J. L. Crolet, N. Thevenot and S. Nesic  
Role of Conductive Corrosion Products in the Protectiveness of Corrosion Layers”, Rev. Metall-Paris (in French), 93, p. 269 (1998).




16 S. Nesic, G. Th. Solvi and S. Skjerve  
Rotating Cylinder vs. Loop Testing of Inhibitors for CO2 Corrosion”, British Corrosion Journal, 32, p. 269 (1997).




15 S. Nesic, J. Postlethwaite and M. Vrhovac  
CO2 Corrosion of Carbon Steel - from Mechanistic to Empirical Modeling”, a review article, J. Corrosion Reviews, 15, p. 211 (1997).




14 S. Nesic, J. Postlethwaite and S. Olsen  
An Electrochemical Model for Prediction of the Corrosion of Mild Steel in Aqueous CO2 Solutions”, J. Corrosion, 52, p. 280 (1996).
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13 S. Nesic, B. F. M. Pots, J. Postlethwaite and N. Thevenot  
Superposition of Diffusion and Chemical Reaction Controlled Limiting Currents-Application to CO2 Corrosion”, J. Corrosion Science and Engineering, ISSN 1466-8858, (1995).
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12 S. Nesic, G. Solvi and J. Enerhaug  
Comparison of the Rotating Cylinder and Pipe Flow Tests for Flow Sensitive CO2 Corrosion”, J. Corrosion, 51, p. 773 (1995).
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11 S. Nesic and L. Lunde  
CO2 Corrosion of Carbon Steel in Two-Phase Flow”, J. Corrosion, 50, p. 717 (1994).




10 J. Postlethwaite, S. Nesic, G. Adamopoulos and D. J. Bergstrom  
Predictive Models for Erosion-Corrosion Under Disturbed Flow Conditions”, J. Corr. Sci., 35, p. 627 (1993).




9 J. Postlethwaite and S. Nesic  
Erosion in Disturbed Liquid/Particle Pipe Flow: Effects of Flow Geometry and Particle Surface Roughness”, J. Corrosion, 49, p. 850 (1993).
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8 S. Nesic, G. Adamopoulos, J. Postlethwaite and D. J. Bergstrom  
Modeling of Turbulent Flow and Mass Transfer with Wall Function and Low-Reynolds Number Closures”, Can. J. Chem. Eng., 71, p. 28 (1993).
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7 S. Nesic, J. Postlethwaite and D. J. Bergstrom  
Calculation of Wall-Mass Transfer Rates in Separated Aqueous Flow Using a Low-Reynolds Number k-ε Model”, Int. J. Heat Mass Transfer, 35, p. 1977 (1992).
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6 S. Nesic and J. Postlethwaite  
A Predictive Model of Localised Erosion-Corrosion”, J. Corrosion, 47, p. 582 (1991).




5 S. Nesic and J. Postlethwaite  
Hydrodynamics of Disturbed Flow and Erosion-Corrosion, Part II Single-Phase Flow Study”, Can.J.Chem.Eng., 69, p.698 (1991).
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4 S. Nesic and J. Postlethwaite  
Hydrodynamics of Disturbed Flow and Erosion-Corrosion, Part I Two-Phase Flow Study”, Can.J.Chem.Eng., 69, p.704 (1991).
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3 S. Nesic and J. Postlethwaite  
Relationship Between the Structure of the Flow and Erosion-Corrosion”, J. Corrosion, 46, p. 874 (1990).




2 S. Nesic and J. Vodnik  
Kinetics of Droplet Evaporation”, Chem.Eng.Sci, 46, p. 527 (1990).




1 M. Stefanovic, S. Nesic, G. Kanevce and M. Urosevic  
Drying of Lignite in Rotary Dryers”, J. Therm. Engng. (in Serbian), 12, No. 1 (1986).






 

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