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00271 CORROSION DETECTION AND MONITORING - A REVIEW

Product Number: 51300-00271-SG
ISBN: 00271 2000 CP
Author: Vinod S. Agarwala, Siraj Ahmad
Industry: Highways & Bridges
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Corrosion detection and monitoring are essential diagnostic and prognostic means for preserving material "health" and reducing life-cycle cost of industrial infrastructures, weapon systems, ships, aircraft, ground vehicles, pipelines etc. This paper provides a literature review of technologies currently under use or in the development stage, and promises a non-destructive approach to corrosion measurement, detection and monitoring. A major portion of the iifecycle cost for all platforms and infrastructures is due to labor hours spent in finding the problem and then fixing them with either a major overhaul or extensive part replacement. Knowing where the problem is early on could save up to 30% total ownership cost. It is estimated that U.S. spends over $300 billion in corrosion costs annually. This review is by no means exhaustive, but is comprehensive enough in describing major technology areas such as visual, fiber-optic, ultrasonic, acoustic, radiographic, thermal imaging, electrochemical, chemical, fluorescence and miscellaneous other techniques. It provides numerous references, which would be very helpful in finding the details of each technique described. Keywords: corrosion detection, corrosion monitoring, corrosion sensors, non-destructive methods, optical, ultrasonic and acoustic, radiographic, chemical, electrochemical, fluorescence, electromagnetic, thermographic.
Corrosion detection and monitoring are essential diagnostic and prognostic means for preserving material "health" and reducing life-cycle cost of industrial infrastructures, weapon systems, ships, aircraft, ground vehicles, pipelines etc. This paper provides a literature review of technologies currently under use or in the development stage, and promises a non-destructive approach to corrosion measurement, detection and monitoring. A major portion of the iifecycle cost for all platforms and infrastructures is due to labor hours spent in finding the problem and then fixing them with either a major overhaul or extensive part replacement. Knowing where the problem is early on could save up to 30% total ownership cost. It is estimated that U.S. spends over $300 billion in corrosion costs annually. This review is by no means exhaustive, but is comprehensive enough in describing major technology areas such as visual, fiber-optic, ultrasonic, acoustic, radiographic, thermal imaging, electrochemical, chemical, fluorescence and miscellaneous other techniques. It provides numerous references, which would be very helpful in finding the details of each technique described. Keywords: corrosion detection, corrosion monitoring, corrosion sensors, non-destructive methods, optical, ultrasonic and acoustic, radiographic, chemical, electrochemical, fluorescence, electromagnetic, thermographic.
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