Uhlig's Corrosion Handbook, Third Edition

This e-book serves as a reference for engineers, scientists, and scholars taken with using fabrics in functions the place reliability and resistance to corrosion are very important. It updates the insurance of its predecessor, together with assurance of: corrosion charges of metal in significant river structures and atmospheric corrosion charges, the corrosion habit of fabrics equivalent to weathering steels and more moderen stainless alloys, and the corrosion habit and engineering ways to corrosion keep an eye on for nonmetallic fabrics.

New chapters contain: high-temperature oxidation of metals and alloys, nanomaterials, and dental fabrics, anodic safeguard. additionally featured are chapters facing criteria for corrosion checking out, microbiological corrosion, and electrochemical noise.

Chapter 1 Corrosion Failure research with Case Histories (pages 1–14): L. E. Eiselstein and R. Huet
Chapter 2 expense of steel Corrosion (pages 15–20): J. Kruger
Chapter three Economics of Corrosion (pages 21–30): E. D. Verink
Chapter four Lifetime Prediction of fabrics in Environments (pages 31–74): R. W. Staehle
Chapter five Estimating the chance of Pipeline Failure because of Corrosion (pages 75–82): M. Nessim
Chapter 6 Designing to avoid Corrosion (pages 83–91): E. D. Verink
Chapter 7 Simplified method for developing Pourbaix Diagrams (pages 93–101): E. D. Verink
Chapter eight Pourbaix Diagrams for Multielement structures (pages 103–109): W. T. Thompson, M. H. Kaye, C. W. Bale and A. D. Pelton
Chapter nine Computation of Pourbaix Diagrams at increased Temperature (pages 111–122): M. H. Kaye and W. T. Thompson
Chapter 10 Galvanic Corrosion (pages 123–143): X. G. Zhang
Chapter eleven Dealloying (pages 145–149): R. Heidersbach
Chapter 12 Passivity (pages 151–155): J. Kruger
Chapter thirteen Localized Corrosion of Passive Metals (pages 157–169): H. Bohni
Chapter 14 rigidity Corrosion Cracking (pages 171–181): R. N. Parkins
Chapter 15 Hydrogen?Induced Cracking and Sulfide pressure Cracking (pages 183–194): M. Elboujdaini
Chapter sixteen Corrosion Fatigue (pages 195–202): Y.?Z. Wang
Chapter 17 circulate results on Corrosion (pages 203–213): ok. D. Efird
Chapter 18 Erosion–Corrosion in unmarried? and Multiphase move (pages 215–227): J. Postlethwaite and S. Nesic
Chapter 19 Carbon Dioxide Corrosion of light metal (pages 229–245): S. Nesic
Chapter 20 High?Temperature Oxidation (pages 247–280): C. A. C. Sequeira
Chapter 21 Thermochemical overview of Corrosion Product Stabilities for Alloys in Gases at hot temperature (pages 281–286): W. T. Thompson, R. C. John and A. L. Young
Chapter 22 A approach to Compute Equilibrium Gas?Phase Speciation to be used with Predominance Diagrams (pages 287–297): M. H. Piro, B. J. Lewis and W. T. Thompson
Chapter 23 Atmospheric Corrosion (pages 299–326): P. R. Roberge
Chapter 24 Atmospheric Corrosion in chilly areas (pages 327–331): G. A. King
Chapter 25 Corrosion through Soils (pages 333–349): T. R. Jack and M. J. Wilmott
Chapter 26 Microbial Degradation of fabrics: basic procedures (pages 351–363): J.?D. Gu, T. E. Ford and R. Mitchell
Chapter 27 Corrosion likelihood and Statistical evaluate of Corrosion info (pages 365–384): T. Shibata
Chapter 28 Corrosion of Refractories and Ceramics (pages 385–398): M. Rigaud
Chapter 29 Corrosion of Glass (pages 399–419): B. Grambow
Chapter 30 Microbiological Degradation of Polymeric fabrics (pages 421–438): J.?D. Gu, T. E. Ford, D. B. Mitton and R. Mitchell
Chapter 31 toughness of Concrete (pages 439–449): V. M. Malhotra
Chapter 32 Microbiological Corrosion of Concrete (pages 451–460): J.?D. Gu, T. E. Ford and R. Mitchell
Chapter 33 Microbial Degradation of wooden (pages 461–467): P. I. Morris
Chapter 34 Use of chemical substances to avoid Degradation of wooden (pages 469–477): J. N. R. Ruddick
Chapter 35 Metal–Matrix Composites (pages 479–502): L. H. Hihara
Chapter 36 Environmental Degradation of Engineered Barrier fabrics in Nuclear Waste Repositories (pages 503–516): R. B. Rebak
Chapter 37 Corrosion habit of Electrodeposited Nanocrystals (pages 517–528): U. Erb
Chapter 38 Corrosion of form reminiscence and Superelastic Alloys (pages 529–547): L. E. Eiselstein
Chapter 39 Microbiological Corrosion of steel fabrics (pages 549–557): J.?D. Gu, T. E. Ford and R. Mitchell
Chapter forty digital fabrics, elements, and units (pages 559–564): R. P. Frankenthal and L. F. Garfias?Mesias
Chapter forty-one Corrosion of Electronics: Lead?Free projects (pages 565–570): M. Reid and L. F. Garfias?Mesias
Chapter forty two Metastable Alloys (pages 571–578): ok. Hashimoto
Chapter forty three Carbon Steel—Atmospheric Corrosion (pages 579–588): I. Matsushima
Chapter forty four Carbon Steel—Corrosion in Freshwaters (pages 589–600): I. Matsushima
Chapter forty five Carbon Steel—Corrosion by way of Seawater (pages 601–607): I. Matsushima
Chapter forty six Carbon Steel—Corrosion by means of Soils (pages 609–613): I. Matsushima
Chapter forty seven Localized Corrosion of Iron and metal (pages 615–619): I. Matsushima
Chapter forty eight Weathering metal (pages 621–631): T. Murata
Chapter forty nine Corrosion of metal in Concrete (pages 633–647): J. P. Broomfield
Chapter 50 Ethanol tension Corrosion Cracking of Carbon Steels (pages 649–656): J. Beavers, F. Gui and N. Sridhar
Chapter fifty one Austenitic and Ferritic Stainless Steels (pages 657–693): M. A. Streicher and J. F. Grubb
Chapter fifty two Duplex Stainless Steels (pages 695–706): M.?L. Falkland, M. Glaes and M. Liljas
Chapter fifty three Martensitic Stainless Steels (pages 707–714): J. F. Grubb
Chapter fifty four Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys (pages 715–745): E. Ghali
Chapter fifty five Cobalt Alloys (pages 747–756): P. criminal and W. L. Silence
Chapter fifty six Copper and Copper Alloys (pages 757–785): C. A. C. Sequeira
Chapter fifty seven Lead and Lead Alloys (pages 787–808): F. E. Goodwin
Chapter fifty eight Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys (pages 809–836): E. Ghali
Chapter fifty nine Nickel and Nickel Alloys (pages 837–852): D. C. Agarwal and N. Sridhar
Chapter 60 Tin and Tinplate (pages 853–860): T. P. Murphy
Chapter sixty one Titanium and Titanium Alloys (pages 861–878): J. Been and J. S. Grauman
Chapter sixty two Zinc (pages 879–892): X. G. Zhang
Chapter sixty three Zirconium Alloy Corrosion (pages 893–900): B. Cox
Chapter sixty four Controlling circulate results on Corrosion (pages 901–905): ok. D. Efird
Chapter sixty five Erosion–Corrosion: popularity and keep an eye on (pages 907–913): J. Postlethwaite and S. Nesic
Chapter sixty six utilizing Plastics, Elastomers, and Composites for Corrosion keep watch over (pages 915–970): P. R. Khaladkar
Chapter sixty seven Corrosion keep watch over of metal through natural Coatings (pages 971–983): C. H. Hare
Chapter sixty eight choice and Use of Coatings for Underground or Submersion provider (pages 985–1000): R. Norsworthy
Chapter sixty nine Engineering of Cathodic safeguard platforms (pages 1001–1011): J. H. Fitzgerald
Chapter 70 Stray?Current research (pages 1013–1020): J. H. Fitzgerald
Chapter seventy one Corrosion Inhibitors (pages 1021–1032): S. Papavinasam
Chapter seventy two computing device expertise for Corrosion overview and regulate (pages 1033–1044): S. Srinivasan
Chapter seventy three rules of speeded up Corrosion checking out (pages 1045–1052): D. L. Jordan
Chapter seventy four High?Temperature Oxidation—Testing and evaluate (pages 1053–1058): C. A. C. Sequeira
Chapter seventy five checking out for move results on Corrosion (pages 1059–1062): ok. D. Efird
Chapter seventy six speeded up trying out of Electronics to Simulate Long?Term around the globe Environments (pages 1063–1070): L. F. Garfias?Mesias and M. Reid
Chapter seventy seven trying out for Environmentally Assisted Cracking (pages 1071–1086): R. D. Kane
Chapter seventy eight attempt equipment for rainy H2S Cracking (pages 1087–1093): M. Elboujdaini
Chapter seventy nine Atmospheric Corrosion checking out (pages 1095–1099): D. L. Jordan
Chapter eighty Galvanic Corrosion checking out (pages 1101–1102): X. G. Zhang
Chapter eighty one checking out of Aluminum, Magnesium, and Their Alloys (pages 1103–1106): E. Ghali
Chapter eighty two trying out of Polymeric fabrics for Corrosion keep watch over (pages 1107–1116): B. Thomson and R. P. Campion
Chapter eighty three Corrosion checking out of Refractories and Ceramics (pages 1117–1119): M. Rigaud
Chapter eighty four evaluate and choice of Corrosion Inhibitors (pages 1121–1127): S. Papavinasam
Chapter eighty five useful Corrosion Prediction utilizing Electrochemical recommendations (pages 1129–1166): D. C. Silverman
Chapter 86 Electrochemical Noise (pages 1167–1177): D. A. Eden, Q. J. Meng, M. Mendez and M. Yunovich
Chapter 87 Corrosion tracking (pages 1179–1201): P. R. Roberge
Chapter 88 Diagnosing, Measuring, and tracking Microbiologically inspired Corrosion (pages 1203–1216): B. J. Little, R. I. Ray and J. S. Lee

Show description

Read Online or Download Uhlig's Corrosion Handbook, Third Edition PDF

Best nonfiction_9 books

Fungal Associations

This re-creation of Fungal institutions makes a speciality of mycorrhizas, lichens and fungal-bacterial symbioses. it's been thoroughly revised, up-to-date and increased. well known specialists current thorough stories and talk about the latest findings on molecular interactions among fungi and vegetation or micro organism that result in morphological changes and novel homes within the symbionts.

Social Bioarchaeology

Illustrates new methodological instructions in interpreting human social and organic edition bargains a wide range of analysis on prior populations worldwide Explains the crucial gains of bioarchaeological study by way of key researchers and verified specialists around the globe content material: bankruptcy 1 development a Social Bioarchaeology (pages 1–11): Sabrina C.

HIV Protocols

In HIV Protocols, Nelson Michael and Jerome Kim have prepared a set of state of the art suggestions crucial for learning the molecular biology, virology, and immunology of the HIV virus. The tools hide a wide diversity of analysis pursuits, together with quantitation of viral genomes, HIV promoter functionality, B-cell epitope mapping, viral coreceptor utilization, and measurements of T-cell functionality.

Interleukin Protocols

Interleukins, a kinfolk of proteins that keep an eye on immunity and irritation during the physique, also are fascinated about autoimmune affliction (rheumatoid arthritis, a number of sclerosis, and asthma); are implicated in such different stipulations as melanoma, myocardial infarction, and melancholy; and feature price within the prognosis and diagnosis of many ailments.

Extra info for Uhlig's Corrosion Handbook, Third Edition

Sample text

The brine flowed into the chlorine, creating a very corrosive mixture that corroded through the elbow in the transfer line within a few days, before the water contamination of the chlorine could be detected. Each step in the scenario was validated with tests and analyses. 1. The rag increased the flow rate over some tubes in the bundle. A fluid flow finite-element analysis of the liquefier inlet section was performed. 27 m/s, or about one-third. 2. This increased flow rate led to through erosion of the tube in about 25 years.

H. Bennett, J. Kruger, R. I. Parker, E. Passaglia, C. Reimann, A. W. Ruff, H. Yakowitz, and E. B. ” (a) Part I, NBS Special Publication 511-1, SD Stock No. 003-003-01926-7. (b) Part II, NBS Special Publication 511-2 Appendix B. A Report to NBS by Battelle Columbus Laboratories, SD Stock No. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC, 1978. (c) Part III Appendix C, Battelle Columbus Input/Output Tables, NBS GCR78-122, PB-279 430, National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA, 1978. 20 COST OF METALLIC CORROSION 2.

18. NACE Committee Survey Report, Corrosion, 31 (10) 1975. 19. 5 (latest revision), “Engineering Economy,” American National Standards Institute, New York. 20. E. D. Verink, “Corrosion Economic Calculations,” in ASM Handbook, Vol. , Corrosion, ASM International, Materials Park, OH, 1987, pp. 369–374. 3 ECONOMICS OF CORROSION* E. D. † Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida A. Introduction B. Corrosion—an economic problem B1.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.00 of 5 – based on 42 votes