By Dr Damien Feron
Copper and aluminum alloys are conventional in marine engineering in components comparable to pipelines, garage tanks, ships' hulls, and cladding for offshore buildings. Written by way of a global panel less than professional editorial path, Corrosion Behaviour and safety of Copper and Aluminium Alloys in Seawater stories key elements affecting the corrosion and repair lifetime of copper and aluminum alloys within the marine surroundings. The e-book is split into 5 components, with half 1 reviewing key facets of the corrosion habit of either those alloys. half 2 discusses using copper and copper-nickel alloys in seawater, whereas components three and four hide aluminum bronzes and alloys. the ultimate part of the publication covers using aluminum-based fabrics as anodes for the cathodic safety of marine buildings.
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Corrosion behaviour and protection of copper and aluminum alloys in seawater (EFC 50) (European Federation of Corrosion Publications) by Dr Damien Feron