Failure Modes, Effects and Causes of Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion: Advanced Perspectives and Analysis presents academic research about microbial corrosion (MIC), integrating it into engineering applications that result in a more thorough understanding of MIC and how it is recognized and treated. In addition, new concepts that will be useful in understanding integrity and corrosion management practices are explored. This book will be useful for industry professionals, particularly maintenance and operation engineers, corrosion and material engineers, and R&D personnel working in the field of corrosion protection.
- Focuses on the skills and knowledge necessary to understand how (Failure modes) and why (Effects and Causes) materials fail
- Explains why corrosion control measures, such as the use of coatings, cathodic protection and inhibitors are useful
- Discusses the practical side of MIC treatment in terms of fundamental concepts of time and cost of operation
Materials Scientists and Engineers in both academia and industry, Environmental Scientists
1. An Introduction to our understanding of the concept of “Failure Modes, Effects and Causes and Analysis (FMEA)”
2. Two approaches towards Management of Microbial corrosion: MCM and MCKM
3. A general review of fundamental corrosion concepts necessary to realize and understand MIC
4. Microbiologically Influenced corrosion (MIC): what it is, what it is not
5. Zugzwang Effect and an alternative model for corrosion management of MIC
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- © Elsevier 2020
- 1st November 2019
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Dr. Javaherdashti holds a double degree in materials science and metallurgical engineering. He has more than 20 years of industrial and academic experience. In addition to various research papers and root cause analysis reports, Dr. Javaherdashti has authored several reference books on corrosion. He is an American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)-approved trainer and has designed and executed many international industrial workshops. Furthermore, he has been involved in many consulting and problem-solving activities around the globe and is also a corrosion advisor to internationally renowned companies. Dr. Javherdashti is a veteran member of various well-reputed international corrosion societies such as the National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE).
Director, ParsCorrosion, Perth, Australia
Farzaneh Akvan has a background in physical chemistry and electrochemistry. She holds an MSc degree, and her interests include corrosion management, chemical management, and electrochemistry and its application in corrosion control. She was selected as the Best Young Researcher in Europe in 2010 for her research on cathodic disbondment (she received the award from the Gubkin Russian State University of Oil and Gas). Akvan has worked at the internationally renowned company SGS as a senior officer for inspection of chemicals and materials. In addition to industrial experience, she is also a long-standing member of the Iranian Young Researchers and Elite Club. Akvan has served as executive manager for the Iranian Corrosion Association. She is currently working as a consultant to the oil and gas industries as a senior inspector and corrosion advisor and as a lecturer on the management of the chemicals used for water treatment and corrosion. She has authored several publications on corrosion management and the link between future studies and corrosion management. Akvan is also a member of the International Electrochemistry Society.