Case histories & illustrations of specific forms of corrosion. General, localized & galvanic corrosion, environmental cracking, erosion-corrosion, cavitation & fretting. Intergranular corrosion, dealloying & high-temperature corrosion. 1982 NACE
For personnel involved in new-build and maintenance painting of ships. From shipyards to drydocks and coating repairs by ship’s crews while under-way. Comparisons of coatings. Speicial requirements. Inspection. Equipment. 2012 NACE E-BOOK
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Designing, installing, and operating deep anode systems. The proper engineering decision relates directly to the successful design of your system. Includes figures, tables, references & index. E-BOOK
NACE International commemorates its Platinum Anniversary with the publication of this book. Established in 1943, NACE has grown into the world’s premier technical society for corrosion professionals. E-BOOK
Since the 1980s, a range of duplex stainless steels (DSSs) has been developed that have higher alloy content, and therefore greater corrosion resistance and strength. The commonly used DSSs have good corrosion resistance in a wide range of environments and excellent resistance to stress corrosion cracking (SCC). Their high strength and hardness also gives them excellent resistance to both erosion corrosion and cavitation. There are also cast versions of many of the duplex compositions and these have seen extensive use for pumps, valves, and other equipment.
The premier book on corrosion and metallurgy of oilfield equipment and the causes of corrosion in oilfield operations, with many examples specific to oilfield equipment. 4th edition 2014 MetCorr E-BOOK Availablle exclusively from NACE.
Based on the authors' course, The Corrosion & Protection of Metals. Engineering aspects of corrosion. Economics. Detection. Monitoring. Regulations. Specifications. Safety. Materials - w/emphasis on stainless steels. 2nd edition 1995 NACE E-BOOK
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