Encyclopedia of Corrosion Technology
Marcel Dekker, 1998 - 537 من الصفحات
Written by an acknowledged expert in the field, the Encyclopedia of Corrosion Technology furnishes, in a single volume, information on corrosion necessary for understanding and solving costly and potentially hazardous corrosion-related problems - saving the practitioner time in applied research and design. The Encyclopedia provides alphabetically organized coverage on all types of materials effected by corrosion...key terminology associated with the corrosion process, including metallurgical terms and alternate nomenclature...various types and forms of corrosion...the most commonly used construction materials and their corrosion resistance characteristics...methods for controlling and preventing corrosion, areas of application, and conditions for effective protection...and more.
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