Corrosion Atlas Case Studies: 2019 Edition provides engineers with expedient daily corrosion solutions for common industrial equipment, no matter the industry. Providing a purely operational level view, this reference consists of concise templated case studies categorized by material and includes all the necessary details surrounding the phenomenon. Additional reference listings for deeper understanding beyond the practical elements are also included, as well as a glossary. Rounded out with an introductory foundational layer of corrosion principles critical to all engineers, Corrosion Atlas Case Studies: 2019 Edition delivers the daily tools required for engineers today to solve their equipment's corrosion problems.
- Helps readers quickly solve equipment failure with easy-to find remedies organized by essential elements, such as material, system, part, cause, environment and phenomenon
- Gives users what they need to solve fundamental corrosion elements on all major industrial components, no matter the industry
- Identifies failures by appearance, with full color figures within each case study
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Section A: General Information Part I: General Aspects of Corrosion, Corrosion Control, and Corrosion Prevention Part II: Corrosion Topics Part III: Corrosion in Water-Bearing Systems Glossary of Terms Qualifications and Compositions of the Stainless Steel
Section B: Case histories Carbon steels Galvanized steels Enamled carbon steels SS 304 Unalloyed Nickel Copper alloy, CuNi10Fe Aluminum alloy 5083 Titanium evaporator tubes (steam system) Fiber Glass Reinforcement steel in concrete Electrolytic copper (99.9%), with paint coating
Fuad Khoshnaw is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Engineering and Sustainable Development at De Montfort University, United Kingdom. His main research interests include mechanics of materials, corrosion, coatings, and surface protection. He worked as a professor of materials and manufacturing engineering and was the dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Koya University, Iraq. Dr. Khoshnaw has published over 30 papers focusing on corrosion, welding, fatigue, and fracture mechanics. He is active on a number of editorial boards, international committees, and association conferences.
Rolf Gubner has specialised in Corrosion Management and Asset Reliability Engineering services and is the first qualified NACE International IMPACT Plus navigator in Australia. Previously, he was Professor of Corrosion at Curtin University, Western Australia for over 10 years and the inaugural Chevron-Woodside Chair in Corrosion Engineering from 2008 to 2014. Dr Gubner has received funding of over AU$8.6 million, has published over 100 articles in scientific journals and provided subject matter expert services to industry and government.