Corrosion Science and Technology:Mechanism, Mitigation and Monitoring
Authors: U. Kamachi Mudali, Baldevraj
978-81-7319-910-3 Publication Year: 2008
Pages: 598 Binding: Hard Back
About the book
For better efficiency and enhanced performance of engineering components used in industries, the mechanisms, mitigations and monitoring of corrosion processes have to be understood, monitored and mitigated in a comprehensive manner. The advancements taking place in science and technology provide several innovative equipments, methods and ways by which the corrosion processes could be studied and investigated. Several eminent specialists in diverse domains of corrosion science and technology are providing valuable insight and understanding in this edited book. This book is of high potential value to students, research scholars, teachers, managers and industrial plant personnel.
Preface / List of Contributors / Corrosion Processes: Localized Corrosion / High Temperature Corrosion / Microbially Influenced Corrosion / Advances in Generation of Design Data for Stress Corrosion Cracking/ Corrosion Protection: Metallic and Oxide Coatings / Electro- and Electroless Plated Coatings for Corrosion Protection / Plasma Methods for Deposition of Cr-based Coatings for Corrosion Control / Coatings for Corrosion Resistance / Volatile Corrosion Inhibitors / Corrosion Resistant Materials: Aqueous Corrosion Behaviour of Intermetallics / High Nitrogen Steels as Specific Corrosion Resistant Alloys / Biomaterials and Corrosion / Corrosion Behaviour of Nanostructured Surfaces / Corrosion Evaluation and Monitoring: NDE Techniques for Assessment of Corrosion Damage in Materials and Components / Scanning Kelvin Probe and Scanning Kelvin Probe Force Microscopy and their Application in Corrosion Science / Corrosion Monitoring in Industry / Nuclear and Auger Electron Spectroscopic Techniques for Corrosion Studies / Index / About the Editors.
Students, Research Scholars, Teachers, Managers and Industrial Plant Personnel