Techniques for Corrosion Monitoring
Techniques for Corrosion Monitoring is a valuable reference guide for engineers and scientific and technical personnel who deal with corrosion in automotive engineering, power generation, water suppliers, and the petrochemical industry.
SwRI is dedicated to applying a multidisciplinary approach to many aspects of corrosion, including prevention, detection, monitoring and mitigation.
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Techniques for Corrosion Monitoring, a reference guide with 28 chapters, was recently published by Woodhead Publishing Ltd.
Authors of Techniques for Corrosion Monitoring
The collaboration includes authors from around the world: the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Germany, Italy, Saudi Arabia, Japan, China and Mexico. SwRI contributors include:
- Director Glenn Light, Ph.D., (Mechanical Engineering Division)
- Manager Doug Eberle (Engine, Emissions & Vehicle Research Division)
- Senior Research Engineer Pavan Shukla, Ph.D., (Geosciences and Engineering Division)
- Principal Engineer Todd Mintz, Ph.D., (Mechanical Engineering Division)
A Brief Look at Content of Techniques for Corrosion Monitoring
The book begins with a review of corrosion fundamentals and provides a four-part comprehensive analysis of a wide range of methods for corrosion monitoring, practical applications, and case studies. Topics include the following.
Electrochemical Techniques for Corrosion Monitoring
- Polarization techniques
- Potentiometric methods
- Electrochemical noise and harmonic analyses
- Galvanic sensors
- Differential flow through cells
- Multielectrode systems
Physical or Chemical Methods of
- Gravimetric techniques
- Radioactive tracer
- Hydrogen permeation
- Electrical resistance
- Rotating cage techniques
- Nondestructive evaluation technologies to monitor corrosion
Corrosion Monitoring in Special Environments
- Microbial systems
- Concrete and soil
- Remote monitoring
- Model predictions
Corrosion Monitoring Case Studies
Corrosion detection and corrosion prediction can be viewed as different sides of the same coin.
The range of special capabilities in corrosion is what makes Southwest Research Institute stand apart.
- Engine exhaust systems
- Cooling water systems
- Equipment in chemical plants
- Other real-world systems
- Corrosion detection and corrosion prediction can be viewed as different sides of the same coin.
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Contact us for more information about how to purchase Techniques for Corrosion Monitoring (ISBN 1 84569 187 3 or ISBN 13 978 1 84569 187 5, February 2008, 712 pages)
corrosion measurement • stress corrosion cracking kinetics • reactive-transport process modeling • engineering component crevices • porous media • evaluation of effects of biofilms on corrosion • assessment of corrosion in glass melting systems • monitoring of corrosion processes in industrial settings • in situ spectroscopic techniques