by Elsevier Applied Science .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by FumioHine, Kenjiro Komai, Koji Yamakawa.|
|Series||Current Japanese materials research -- v.4.|
|Contributions||Hine, Fumio., Komai, Kenjiro., Yamakawa, Koji, 1937-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||280|
The book focuses on localized corrosion, uneven electrodeposition, and non-uniform electrodissolution. Readers will learn all the core fundamentals, experimental methods, and engineering aspects of localized corrosion and other important heterogeneous electrode processes. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. Book Chapter Monitoring of Localized Corrosion By Lietai Yang Lietai Yang Southwest Research Institute real-time monitoring of localized corrosion. These include the electrochemical noise (ECN) method, nonelectrochemical methods, the galvanically coupled differential flow cell, galvanically coupled crevice cell, coupled multielectrode. Localized corrosion, which usually appears as pitting, crevice corrosion (CC), or certain aspects of stress corrosion cracking (SCC), is a multi-step process. This review is organized by a consideration of the four steps involved in localized corrosion: (1) adsorption of the reactive anion on the oxide covered aluminum; (2) chemical reaction of Cited by:
Dr. Revie coauthored the third and fourth editions of Corrosion and Corrosion Control, a widely used textbook, and was the editor of the second edition of Uhlig's Corrosion Handbook. Dr. Revie is a Fellow of NACE International, ASM International, and the Canadian Institute of . Localized Corrosion These are the types of corrosion in which there is intense attack at localized sites on the surface of a component whilst the rest of the surface is corroding at a much lower rate - either because of an inherent property of the component material (such as the formation of a protective oxide film) or because of some environmental effect. The process of localized corrosion can be divided into a sequence of steps 1: initiation by the breakdown of the passive film; metastable growth of small pits on the verge of stability (metastable in this context indicates that many pits cease to grow at this stage); stable growth of localized corrosion sites that can grow quite large; and finally — if conditions permit — repassivation or cessation of by: Localized corrosion occurs at discrete sites on the metal surface. The areas immediately adjacent to the localized corrosion normally corroded to a much lesser extent, if at all. Localized corrosion often occurs in areas that are difficult to detect. This types of corrosion is less common in atmospheric exposure than in immersion or splash/spray exposures.
It includes specific topics such as pitting and crevice corrosion, passivity, breakdown of films, intergranular corrosion, exfoliation corrosion, aqueous corrosion, and oxidation, stress corrosion cracking, and slag inclusions. by NACE, /2” x 11”, softbound, 67 papers, pages, tables, figures, index. The book focuses on localized corrosion, uneven electrodeposition, and non-uniform electrodissolution. Readers will learn all the core fundamentals, experimental methods, and engineering aspects of localized corrosion and other important heterogeneous electrode processes. In particular, readers will learn core methods to quickly calculate. Localized corrosion is classified into two types: crevice corrosion and pitting corrosion. Crevice corrosion is defined as corrosion occurring in confined areas of the metal surface, where the access to the environment is restricted. There are several types of localized corrosion: Crevice corrosion: The attack may occur in shielded areas and crevices, as well as on metal surfaces prone to corrosives. Pitting corrosion: This form of attack results in metal holes. In such cases, the holes may be large or small in diameter.