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Electrocorrosion and Protection of Metals, Second Edition, compiles theoretical and practical information, outlines the specific problem, and presents the available solutions related to corrosion by external currents. Basic data on the behavior of different metals under the attack of anodic, cathodic, direct and alternating currents is considered, as are the problems of electrocorrosion—from the identification of corrosion damage and detection of the external current sources, to the selection of optimal means and methods of mitigation, monitoring and protection of different metallic structures and structures of reinforced concrete.
This book includes comprehensive information and provides necessary links to more detailed, original sources, thus enabling users to solve either general or particular problems of electrocorrosion and protection of metals.
- Provides a comprehensive listing of all possible sources of external currents which attack metallic equipment, piping and other metallic structures
- Outlines the sources of corrosion damage for fast and reliable analysis
- Provides technical examples and case studies related to electrocorrosion
- Presents new data and methods of electrocorrosion control and monitoring using computerized techniques and technologies
- Includes original methods—only considered in this publication—of metals protection against electrocorrosion
Chemical engineers and materials scientists, electrochemists in the area of corrosion of metals. Corrosion specialists, engineers and technicians, experts in failure analysis, electrical engineers
PART I CORROSION BY STRAY CURRENTS AND METHODS OF PROTECTION
1. Corrosion of Metals
2. Dependence of the Corrosion Behavior of Metals Attacked by an External Current on their Initial State
3. Sources of Stray Currents
4. Objects of Attack by Stray Currents of Ground and Underground Metallic Structures
5. Mechanisms and Objects of Attack by Alternative Stray Currents of Underground and Underwater Metallic Structures
6. Identification and Detection of Underground Stray Currents
7. Methods of Underground Stray Currents Measurements
8. Possibilities of Stray Currents Mitigation
9. Corrosion Protection from Stray Currents Attack of Underground Structures
10. Corrosion Protection from Stray Currents in Sea and Fresh Water
11. Control and Monitoring of Corrosion by Stray Currents
PART II ELECTROCORROSION AND PROTECTION OF METALS IN ELECTROCHEMICAL PLANTS
1. Operation Features of Electrochemical Plants
2. Using Structures of Metallic Materials in Electrochemical Plants without Taking into Account Attack by Leakage Currents
3. Corrosion Behavior Investigations of Traditional Structural Metallic Materials in Electrochemical Plants Media, Taking into Account Attack by Leakage Currents
4. Corrosion Behavior Investigations of Titanium and Its Alloys in the Media of Electrochemical Plants, Taking into Account the Attack by Anodic Leakage Currents
5. Hydrogenation and Corrosion of Titanium under Attack by an External Cathodic Current
6. Estimation of Corrosion Stability of Structures Made of Passive Metals in Aggressive Media, in the Field of an External Current
7. Electrocorrosion Protection of Metals in Electrochemical Plants Based on Existing Methods
8. New Principles of Protection of Passive Metals against Electrocorrosion in Electrochemical Plants
9. Electrodes for Metal Protection against Corrosion Attack by Leakage Currents in Electrochemical Plants
10. Industrial Tests and the Introduction into Electrochemical Plants of the Developed Methods for the Protection of Metals against Corrosion Attack by Leakage Currents
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- © Elsevier 2019
- 22nd May 2019
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Dr. Riskin has his M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering and Ph.D. in Corrosion and Protection of Metals, Consulting on corrosion protection of metals and failure analysis. Dr J. Riskin during 15 years was a head of laboratory “Protection of metals against electrocorrosion” in Moscow Corrosion Institute, Russia. In Israel (Haifa) his activity also included this field.
formerly Head of Laboratory, Protection of Metals Against Electrocorrosion, Moscow Corrosion Institute, Russia
Dr Alexander Khentov had 20 years experience as corrosion specialist in chemical industry in Russia, working since 1972 in State Institute of Applied Chemistry (St Petersburg). After immigration to Israel he continued his activity dealing with various aspects of corrosion in utilities, working since 1992 to 2016 at Israel Electric Corporation.
Consultant, Nesher, Israel. Ex Materials Laboratory, Israel Electric, Haifa, Israel