Corrosion Prediction and Modeling

Prevent Corrosion Failure Through Proactive Corrosion Management

Corrosion Prediction and Modeling

Intelligent Corrosion Prediction for Peak Performance

Corrosion due to the process fluids is one of the main challenges in the design and operation of oil and gas production assets, pipelines, process facilities and other systems. According to NACE International, the global cost of corrosion is estimated to be $2.5 trillion. Corrosion degradation of structures is a relatively slow process and hence high-risk problems do not show up in the short term. This corrosion gets worse over time and, unfortunately, it’s often only visible at an advanced stage of damage. Use of integrated modeling and survey data can predict future risks so that remedies can be properly planned and costly unplanned repairs avoided.


Detect and control corrosion before it becomes a challenge, while reducing inspection costs!

Effective corrosion insight is a priority for all operating companies. However, traditional methods of corrosion control and monitoring are insufficient because they cannot provide insight into what will happen to corrosion levels when process conditions change. Furthermore, direct equipment inspection is costly and does not provide timely information when corrosion occurs. Mostly, corrosion is only identified after failure has occurred.

DOSAS provides reliable corrosion prediction and modeling software to measure essential corrosion rate data to your design, operation, monitoring, and maintenance team. Our objective is giving a more accurate estimation of the design life or residual life of your assets, structures or equipment in different industries.

General Benefits


  • Providing the information to proactively balance the maintenance effort over the life of the asset. The goal is to “Plan and pay now rather than pay a lot more later”.
  • Developing of an effective corrosion management strategy which can lead to increase production and profits.
  • Reducing the costs that can be incurred because of ineffective planning.
  • Improving of design practices to prevent corrosion.