Techniques for Corrosion Monitoring
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Techniques for Corrosion Monitoring

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L. Yang
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Series in Metals and Surface E
Corrosion fundamentals and evaluation techniques. Part 1 Electrochemical techniques for corrosion monitoring: Electrochemical polarization technique: Electrochemical noise methods and harmonic analysis; Zero resistance ammetry and galvanic sensors; The differential flow through cell technique; Potentiometric methods for measuring localised corrosion; Multielectrode systems. Part 2 Other physical or chemical methods for corrosion monitoring: Gravimetric techniques; Radioactivity methods; Electrical resistance techniques; Nondestructive evaluation methods for corrosion monitoring; Hydrogen permeation methods; Rotating cage and jet impingement techniques. Part 3 Corrosion monitoring in particular environments and other issues: Corrosion monitoring in microbial environments; Corrosion monitoring in concrete; Corrosion monitoring in soil; Corrosion monitoring under coatings; Corrosion monitoring under cathodic protection conditions; Remote monitoring and computer applications; Models for predicting corrosion rates. Part 4 Applications and case studies: Corrosion monitoring in engine exhaust systems; Corrosion monitoring in cooling water systems using differential flow through cell techniques; Corrosion monitoring in the pulp and paper industry; Corrosion monitoring in chemical plant using electrochemical noise methods; Corrosion monitoring under cathodic protection conditions using coupled multielectrode probe techniques; Measuring corrosion beneath organic coatings using wire beam electrodes; Corrosion monitoring in pipelines using the field signature method.
This book provides a comprehensive analysis of the techniques of corrosion monitoring. It includes practical applications and case studies. Corrosion monitoring technologies are a vital step in efforts to combat corrosion, which can have major economic and safety implications.