Specification, selection & use of sensors for monitoring atmospheric corrosion. These sensors - based on electrochemical techniques - provide continuous records of contaminants, corrosion rates, or coating condition.
Assembling over 120 leading authorities in the field of corrosion. Fundamentals of corrosion, its forms, testing, evaluation, methods of protection, etc. Each article is indexed to other sections & provides individual bibliographies.
Monitoring & inspecting corrosion to improve asset management & life cycle assessment while optimizing budgets. Computers enable efficient monitoring. Impedance spectroscopy. Electrical field signatures. Acoustic emissions. Radiographs.
Electrochemical test methods for corrosion. Instructions & examples. Key elements: instruments, wiring, sample and solution preparation, setup, procedures. Includes a troubleshooting chapter.
Eighth and final of the series. Electrochemistry and fluid dynamics. Erosion-corrosion and flow-assisted corrosion (FAC). Test methods & materials in flow intense situations. Mass transfer equivalence. Rotating & flow systems.
Second volume in the series. Galvanic corrosion, Designing and conducting laboratory and field tests for prediction purposes. Introduction to the subject for those who are unfamiliar with or new to the field.
Fundamentals of biofilm formation, cellular constituents of biofilms, mechanisms for microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC). Field or laboratory tests to determine the likelihood & extent of MIC. Experimental difficulties and methods to correct mistakes.
Conducting stress corrosion tests in laboratory, industrial, and natural environments. Testing procedures relating to mechanics, metallurgy, and corrosion. Measurement of crack velocities using precracked specimens.