Handbook of Corrosion Engineering 2/E

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 26, 2012 - Technology & Engineering - 976 pages
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THE MOST COMPLETE, UP-TO-DATE CORROSION CONTROL REFERENCE

Fully revised throughout, Handbook of Corrosion Engineering, Second Edition discusses the latest advances in corrosion-resistant materials, methods, and protective coatings. This comprehensive resource covers all aspects of corrosion damage, including detection, monitoring, prevention, and control. Written by a world-renowned expert on the subject, the book helps you to select materials and resolve design issues where corrosion is considered a factor. Understand, predict, evaluate, mitigate, and correct corrosion problems with help from this authoritative guide.

Coverage includes:

  • Aqueous corrosion
  • High-temperature corrosion
  • Atmospheric, water, seawater, soil, concrete, and microbial environments
  • Modeling, life prediction, and computer applications
  • Identifying and inspecting corrosion failures
  • Corrosion maintenance through inspection and monitoring
  • Corrosion testing
  • Selection and design of engineering materials
  • Protective coatings and corrosion inhibitors
  • Cathodic and anodic 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

Contents

Introduction
1
Environments
21
HighTemperature Corrosion
181
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