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CICS are compilations of papers from NACE symposia and conferences, Materials Performance magazine, Corrosion, books & tech. committee reports. This one is on Use and Application of Powder Coatings.
Performance of various materials commonly used as coatings and linings. Safety, preparation, curing, inspection, materials (brick, cementitious, coal-tar, elastometric, epoxy, etc.). 1998 NACE
Corrosion under insulation (CUI) is corrosion that results from moisture buildup on equipment covered by insulation. CUI is commonly classified as galvanic, chloridic, acidic, and/or alkaline in nature. CUI is widespread. 2017 NACE E-book
A collection of technical articles and conference papers on carbon dioxide corrosion mechanisms. This Volume 1 focuses on thermodynamics and kinetics of the corrosion process & iron carbonate scale formation. 2017 NACE
Second of two volume set on carbon dioxide corrosion mechanism. Collection of technical articles & conference papers over the past 30 years. Metallurgical and microstructural aspects of steel play a role in this corrosion mechanism. 2017 NACE