Handbook of Corrosion Engineering

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McGraw-Hill Professional, Sep 30, 1999 - Technology & Engineering - 1072 pages
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Reduce the enormous economic and environmental impact of corrosion

Emphasizing quantitative techniques, this guide provides you with:

  • *Theory essential for understanding aqueous, atmospheric, and high temperature corrosion processes
  • Corrosion resistance data for various materials
  • Management techniques for dealing with corrosion control, including life prediction and cost analysis, information systems, and knowledge re-use
  • Techniques for the detection, analysis, and prevention of corrosion damage, including protective coatings and cathodic protection
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    This is a great reference book on corrosion. Unlike most handbooks, it is written in an almost conversational style. There are ample explanations for various corrosion related topics. Read full review

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