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SwRI Develops Superhydrophobic Coating, Process for Subsea Pipelines

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SAN ANTONIO — Materials scientists at Southwest Research Institute have developed a superhydrophobic coating and a process for applying it to the internal surfaces of long tubular structures. The technology primarily is designed to mitigate or prevent hydrates and other deposits from adhering to subsea pipelines. Hydrates are ice-like solids…

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