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Atmospheric Corrosion

Atmospheric corrosion’s effects on structures & materials.  Scientific tools for preventing or minimizing damage.  Controlled studies. Computer modeling investigations. Chemistry. Mechanisms. Materials. Prediction.  2000 Wiley

Availability: In stock
Product Number: 38319
ISBN: 9780471372196
Author: By T.E. Graedel and C. Leygraf
Publication Date: 2000
$198.00
$198.00
$198.00

This book presents a comprehensive look at atmospheric corrosion. The authors describe corrosion’s potentially devastating effects on structures and materials, examine the latest scientific tools available for preventing or minimizing corrosion damage, and emphasize new insights obtained over the last decade through controlled studies as well as computer modeling investigations. Key topics include the basic principles of atmospheric corrosion chemistry; corrosion mechanisms in controlled and uncontrolled environments; degradation of materials in architectural and structural applications, electronic devices, and cultural artifacts; protecting existing materials and choosing new ones that resist corrosion; predicting how and where atmospheric corrosion may evolve in the future; and appendices discussing experimental techniques, computer models, and the degradation of specific metals. 2000 by Wiley, 7” x 9-1/2”, hardbound, 368 pages, figures, tables, references, appendices, index

This book presents a comprehensive look at atmospheric corrosion. The authors describe corrosion’s potentially devastating effects on structures and materials, examine the latest scientific tools available for preventing or minimizing corrosion damage, and emphasize new insights obtained over the last decade through controlled studies as well as computer modeling investigations. Key topics include the basic principles of atmospheric corrosion chemistry; corrosion mechanisms in controlled and uncontrolled environments; degradation of materials in architectural and structural applications, electronic devices, and cultural artifacts; protecting existing materials and choosing new ones that resist corrosion; predicting how and where atmospheric corrosion may evolve in the future; and appendices discussing experimental techniques, computer models, and the degradation of specific metals. 2000 by Wiley, 7” x 9-1/2”, hardbound, 368 pages, figures, tables, references, appendices, index