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About the Editors
Corrosion Atlas Editorial Board
User Guide for the Corrosion Atlas
Classification of the Case Studies
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
Enamled carbon steels
Copper alloy, CuNi10Fe
Aluminum alloy 5083
Titanium evaporator tubes (steam system)
Reinforcement steel in concrete
Electrolytic copper (99.9%), with paint coating
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
Materials engineers and materials science specialists, Metallurgists, Chemical engineers, Corrosion engineers, petroleum engineers, materials science specialists, graduate-level chemical engineering students, researchers in the field of corrosion
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- © Elsevier Science 2019
- 1st December 2019
- Elsevier Science
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"After an introduction into the structure of case collection and how to use this atlas the authors describe the general aspects of corrosion, control and prevention. Part II is dedicated to corrosion topics, where 13 common corrosion phenomena are described, and specific prevention measures are discussed. Part III deals with corrosion in water-bearing systems, since many corrosion phenomena are ocurrring in such systems, resulting in high service costs. A glossery of terms and tables with compositions of commonly used materials finish the text part, in which the reader gets a compact introduction into corrosion, pointing to the important aspects of this topic. The main part is dedicated to case studies- the actual atalas. The presented examples cover a wide range from pipes, heat exchangers, steam generators, bearings, ropes, bars etc. Special appearances of corrosion types are demonstrated by pictures of test sheets. Finally, these Corrosion Atlas Case Studies provide a helpful tool required for engineers in their daily life to quickly determine and solve their equipment's corrosion problems by compact theoretical background and vivid examples. " --Materials and Corrosion
Since 2018 Dr. Khoshnaw has worked as a Senior Lecturer at the School of Engineering and Sustainable Development at De Montfort University, United Kingdom. Previously, from 2010 to 2016, he worked as a professor of materials and manufacturing engineering and the dean of the Faculty of Engineering at Koya University, Iraq. He did his PhD (1995) on “Corrosion Fatigue of Nitrided Alloys”, and a second Ph.D. (2010) on Glass Lamination for High-Density Interconnect Substrates. His researches focus is on welding of stainless steel alloys, corrosion and surface protection, powder metallurgy, and fracture mechanics. He has published 40 papers and 4 books. He is the editor of the Elsevier Book Series - Corrosion Atlas.
Senior Lecturer, School of Engineering and Sustainable Development, Faculty of Engineering, De Montfort University, UK
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.
Corrosion Consultant and NACE International Asia and Pacific Area Chair, Western Australia
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