Handbook for engineers and maintenance personnel involved with large, multi–stage wastewater treatment plants (WWTP). Corrosion of metals and degradation of non–metals, including concrete, and how to mitigate them.
This handbook educates engineers and maintenance personnel who design, operate, and maintain large, multi–stage wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) in municipal and industrial service, on the basics of corrosion of metals and degradation of non–metals, including concrete, and how to mitigate them. The authors' goal is to provide enough knowledge about the damage mechanisms affecting construction materials for the reader to design and cost–effectively maintain the different types of fixed equipment, including tanks, pressure vessels, basins, stacks, foundations, piping, structures, etc., in the WWTP and collection systems. 2016 by NACE, 7" x 9", softbound, 92 pages.
Scientific and technological perspectives of industrial water treatment. Sources: Industrial Water Treatment: Trends, Challenges, and Solutions symposium, Underdeposit Corrosion Symposium.
A guide for coating specifiers, paint applicators, ship yard and mobile platform owners, coating inspectors, maintenance engineers, and naval and commercial vessel owners.
Information and data on corrosion investigation and control. Intended for scientists, engineers, technologists, and students. Contact information for standards organizations throughout the world and a list of their acronyms.