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Marine Corrosion of Stainless Steels – Chlorination and Microbial Effects

ISBN/ASIN: 9781601191717,9780901716330,0901716332,1601191715,9781907747052,1907747052 | 1993 | English | pdf | 211/217 pages | 10.7 Mb
Publisher: Maney Publishing | Author: Prepared by the Working Party on Marine Corrosion

This report covers aspects of marine corrosion and testing for seawater applications; microbial and biochemical factors affecting the corrosion behaviour of stainless steels in seawater; seawater chlorination; aspects of testing stainless steels for seawater applications; biofilm monitoring in seawater; thermal sprayed aluminium coatings in seawater with and without cathodic protection.
Content:
• Front Matter
• Series Introduction
• Introduction
• Table of Contents
•Part I. Introductory Papers 1. Aspects of Marine Corrosion and Testing for Seawater Applications
2. Microbial and Biochemical Factors Affecting the Corrosion Behaviour of Stainless Steels in Seawater
•Part II. Experience 3. Marine Corrosion Tests on Metal Alloys in Antarctica: Preliminary Results
4. North Sea Experience with the Use of Stainless Steels in Seawater Applications
•Part III. Chlorination 5. Seawater Chlorination
6. Experiences with Seawater Chlorination on Copper Alloys and Stainless Steels
7. Corrosion of Stainless Steels Caused by Bromine Emission from Chlorinated Seawater
•Part IV. Testing 8. Improved Method for Measuring Polarisation Curves of Alloys during Prolonged Times of Exposure
9. Application of Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy to Monitor Seawater Fouling on Stainless Steels and Copper Alloys
10. Effect of Temperature on Initiation, Repassivation and Propagation of Crevice Corrosion of High-Alloy Stainless Steels in Natural Seawater
11. An Intelligent Probe for in Situ Assessment of the Susceptibility of Hydrogen Induced Cracking of Steel for Offshore Platform Joints
12. Aspects of Testing Stainless Steels for Seawater Applications
13. Biofilm Monitoring in Seawater
•Part V. Mechanism 14. Identification of Sulphated Green Rust 2 Compound Produced as a Result of Microbially Induced Corrosion of Steel Sheet Piles in a Harbour
15. The Role of Green Rust Compounds in Aqueous Corrosion of Iron in Aggressive Media Close to a Marine Environment
•Part VI. Protection 16. The Cathodic Protection of Steel for Offshore Platforms in Polluted Seawater
17. Thermal Sprayed Aluminium Coatings in Seawater with and without Cathodic Protection

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