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Handbook of corrosion engineering, 2d ed.


Handbook of corrosion engineering, 2d ed.

Roberge, Pierre R.



1078 pages




This completely revised second edition reference addresses the most recent advances in corrosion-resistant materials, techniques, and protective coatings. Comprehensive in scope, the author covers corrosion in different environments, high-temperature corrosion, modeling and life prediction, corrosion failures, maintenance and testing, materials selection and design considerations, corrosion inhibitors, and types of protection. The author is Roberge, who has worked as a research scientist and now teaches materials engineering, corrosion engineering, and electrochemical power sources at Royal Military College, Canada.

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