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Home > Press > Research and Markets: Uhlig's Corrosion Handbook, 3rd Edition

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Research and Markets has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Uhlig's Corrosion Handbook, 3rd Edition" to their offering.

Research and Markets: Uhlig's Corrosion Handbook, 3rd Edition

Dublin, Ireland | Posted on July 4th, 2011

This book serves as a reference for engineers, scientists, and students concerned with the use of materials in applications where reliability and resistance to corrosion are important. It updates the coverage of its predecessor, including coverage of: corrosion rates of steel in major river systems and atmospheric corrosion rates, the corrosion behavior of materials such as weathering steels and newer stainless alloys, and the corrosion behavior and engineering approaches to corrosion control for nonmetallic materials.

New chapters include: high-temperature oxidation of metals and alloys, nanomaterials, and dental materials, anodic protection. Also featured are chapters dealing with standards for corrosion testing, microbiological corrosion, and electrochemical noise.

Key Topics Covered:

PART I BASICS OF CORROSION SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING.

1 Corrosion Failure Analysis with Case Histories

2 Cost of Metallic Corrosion3 Economics of Corrosion

4 Lifetime Prediction of Materials in Environments

5 Estimating the Risk of Pipeline Failure Due to Corrosion

6 Designing to Prevent Corrosion

7 Simplified Procedure for Constructing Pourbaix Diagrams

8 Pourbaix Diagrams for Multielement Systems

9 Computation of Pourbaix Diagrams at Elevated Temperature

10 Galvanic Corrosion

11 Dealloying

12 Passivity

13 Localized Corrosion of Passive Metals

14 Stress Corrosion Cracking

15 Hydrogen-Induced Cracking and Sulfide Stress Cracking

16 Corrosion Fatigue

17 Flow Effects on Corrosion

18 Erosion-Corrosion in Single- and Multiphase Flow

19 Carbon Dioxide Corrosion of Mild Steel

20 High-Temperature Oxidation

21 Thermochemical Evaluation of Corrosion Product Stabilities for Alloys in Gases at High Temperature

22 A Procedure to Compute Equilibrium Gas-Phase Speciation for Use with Predominance Diagrams

23 Atmospheric Corrosion

24 Atmospheric Corrosion in Cold Regions

25 Corrosion by Soils

26 Microbial Degradation of Materials: General Processes

27 Corrosion Probability and Statistical Evaluation of Corrosion Data

PART II NONMETALS.

28 Corrosion of Refractories and Ceramics

29 Corrosion of Glass

30 Microbiological Degradation of Polymeric Materials

31 Durability of Concrete

32 Microbiological Corrosion of Concrete

33 Microbial Degradation of Wood

34 Use of Chemicals to Prevent Degradation of Wood

PART III METALS.

35 Metal-Matrix Composites

36 Environmental Degradation of Engineered Barrier Materials in Nuclear Waste Repositories

37 Corrosion Behavior of Electrodeposited Nanocrystals

38 Corrosion of Shape Memory and Superelastic Alloys

39 Microbiological Corrosion of Metallic Materials

40 Electronic Materials, Components, and Devices

41 Corrosion of Electronics: Lead-Free Initiatives

42 Metastable Alloys

43 Carbon SteelAtmospheric Corrosion

44 Carbon SteelCorrosion in Freshwaters

45 Carbon SteelCorrosion by Seawater

46 Carbon SteelCorrosion by Soils

47 Localized Corrosion of Iron and Steel

48 Weathering Steel (T. Murata).

49 Corrosion of Steel in Concrete

50 Ethanol Stress Corrosion Cracking of Carbon Steels

51 Austenitic and Ferritic Stainless Steels

52 Duplex Stainless Steels

53 Martensitic Stainless Steels

54 Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys

55 Cobalt Alloys

56 Copper and Copper Alloys

57 Lead and Lead Alloys

58 Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys

59 Nickel and Nickel Alloys

60 Tin and Tinplate

61 Titanium and Titanium Alloys

62 Zinc

63 Zirconium Alloy Corrosion

PART IV CORROSION PROTECTION.

64 Controlling Flow Effects on Corrosion

65 Erosion-Corrosion: Recognition and Control

66 Using Plastics, Elastomers, and Composites for Corrosion Control

67 Corrosion Control of Steel by Organic Coatings

68 Selection and Use of Coatings for Underground or Submersion Service

69 Engineering of Cathodic Protection Systems

70 Stray-Current Analysis

71 Corrosion Inhibitors

72 Computer Technology for Corrosion Assessment and Control

PART V TESTING FOR CORROSION RESISTANCE.

73 Principles of Accelerated Corrosion Testing

74 High-Temperature OxidationTesting and Evaluation

75 Testing for Flow Effects on Corrosion

76 Accelerated Testing of Electronics to Simulate Long-Term Worldwide Environments

77 Testing for Environmentally Assisted Cracking

78 Test Methods for Wet H2S Cracking (M. Elboujdaini).

79 Atmospheric Corrosion Testing

80 Galvanic Corrosion Testing

81 Testing of Aluminum, Magnesium, and Their Alloys

82 Testing of Polymeric Materials for Corrosion Control

83 Corrosion Testing of Refractories and Ceramics

84 Evaluation and Selection of Corrosion Inhibitors

85 Practical Corrosion Prediction Using Electrochemical Techniques

86 Electrochemical Noise

PART VI CORROSION MONITORING.

87 Corrosion Monitoring

88 Diagnosing, Measuring, and Monitoring Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion

Author:

R. Winston Revie has had a career of more than thirty years at the CANMET Materials Technology Laboratory in Ottawa, Canada, where he is a Senior Research Scientist and Program Manager. Currently, he is President of the NACE Foundation of Canada, a registered educational charity. He is also past director of the Northern Area of NACE International; a past chairman of the ASM Canada Council and of the Electrochemical Society Canadian Section; and a past president of the Metallurgical Society of the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum. 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 Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum.

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