Corrosion for Marine and Offshore Engineers
This guide to corrosion describes the mechanisms of different types of corrosion, including electrochemical and mechanically assisted corrosion. It also includes a detailed analysis of metals and alloys, including guidance on where they may be found on board, their vulnerability to corrosion and suitable protection systems. The various protection systems and their application are examined, including painting, cathodic protection, chemical treatments and metal coatings.
The publication also looks at practical design considerations that can help reduce corrosion, focusing on structural systems and designs to avoid cavitation erosion and impingement corrosion.
The content contained in this revised edition has been edited and updated, and in some circumstances examples of technologies that are no longer relevant have been removed or information updated. Please note, however, that in essence the content is still from the original version of the publication and may contain references to technologies or regulations that are now only applicable to older ships.
1. Introduction to Marine Corrosion
2. Metals and Alloys Used in Marine Engineering
3. Corrosion Protection
4. Design to Avoid Corrosion
5. Specific Environmental Problems
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- Number of Pages:
- Published Date:
- July 2020
- Book Height:
- 239 mm
- Book Width:
- 155 mm
- 0.2 kg