Electrochemical reactions occurring in an aqueous medium near an electrode. Pourbaix pH diagrams predict equilibrium states of reactions (involved in corrosion) between an element, its ions, and its solid and gaseous compounds in the presence of water.
Atmospheric corrosion’s effects on structures & materials. Scientific tools for preventing or minimizing damage. Controlled studies. Computer modeling investigations. Chemistry. Mechanisms. Materials. Prediction.
A “cook book” for established workers and those new to the field. Microbial & macrofouling. Coatings & biocides. Methodology. For aquatic biologists, marine engineers, chemists, medical researchers, universities and research establishments.
This compilation of papers covers aspects of corrosion threats including materials optimization, associated mechanisms, corrosion modeling, and mitigation for a wide range of activities related to carbon capture, transportation, and storage.
Cathodic protection (CP) is a corrosion control technique to protect metallic structures, such as pipelines, offshore platforms, and reinforced concrete. Mechanisms. Design. Materials. Monitoring. Techniques. Historical outline.
Some 55 articles, papers, and reports. Cathodic protection as a form of corrosion control. Interference. Field testing. Role of oxygen. Galvanic corrosion, Steel in dilute aqueous solutions. Potential measurement. Sources: AGA, NIST
Cathodic Protection (CP) systems and their history, structure, the choice of remediation or life enhancement, design, installation, performance measurement, costs. Examples of damage. Diagnostics. Studies. History of CP.