Venezia Tecnologie SpA is an enterprise structured to support industries through R&D activities and the provision of Technological Services.
It has been working for more than thirty years for the industrial activities of its shareholders and of other companies, mainly in the field of materials, dealing with material development, production processes and characterization.
The skills gained in the study of corrosion affecting the oil industry’s materials are the bases of the Technological Services that the company offers in corrosion, in testing under specific and even extreme, conditions of use, in failure analysis and in innovative techniques for non-destructive testing.
The internal structures and mobile laboratories provide characterisation services and investigations in monitoring gaseous emissions in the atmosphere.
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article> “Integrity Assessment of Pipeline Systems by an Enhanced Indentation Technique" G. Bolzon, G. Gabetta and B. Molinas - J. Pipeline Syst. Eng. Pract. (2014) DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)PS.1949-1204.0000183 , 04014010
New results, obtained with a non-destructive technique (based on indentation and - for the first time - improved with the determination of the geometry of the "imprint"), concerning the mechanical properties of the alloy of a spool extracted from an in service pipe-line, are presented in this work. ...
poster>" Scale-up of an electrochemical anodization process for the production of nanostructured WO3 photoanodes " G.M. Guadalupi1, M. Guidolin1, F. Gerolin1, M. Battagliarin 1 , L. Meda2, A. Tacca2 , F. Oldani (1Venezia Tecnologie SpA, 2eni CRENC) - Italian Crystal Growth 2013, 14-15 Novembre 2013 – Parma, Italy
The tungsten trioxide is a semiconductor with interesting properties for the development of photoelectrochemical devices (PEC) for various fields of application.
Among the methods of synthesis of tungsten oxide nanostructures, the electrochemical anodization of sheets of tungsten is one that allows greater versatility in terms of scalability of the process.
poster> "A new laboratory approach to determine crude oil corrosiveness" M.E. Gennaro1, S. Sgorlon1, M. Tolomio1, C. Flego2, L. Montanari2 (1Venezia Tecnologie SpA, 2eni div. r&m) - EUROCORR2013 September 1-5, 2013 – Estoril, Portugal
Corrosion by naphthenic acids (NAs) has become an issue since the increase in crude oil price promoted the use of “opportunity crudes”.