STP 1300 examines the latest technical information available for the corrosion engineering community. In addition to data on evaluation techniques for studying corrosion, this new and updated volume includes the final results of a five-year worldwide study on corrosion behavior of metals in seawater.
8 peer-reviewed papers:
Monitoring Biofilm Formation in Power Plant Environments
Modeling of Marine Corrosion of Steel Specimens
Seawater Corrosivity Around the World: Results from Five Years of Testing
Twenty Year Field Study of the Performance of Coatings in Seawater
Crevice Corrosion Testing of Austenitic, Superaustenitic, Superferritic,and Superduplex Stainless Type Alloys in Seawater
Statistical Analysis of Pitting Corrosion in Condenser Tubes
Corrosion Coupon Testing in Natural Waters: A Case History Dealing with Reverse Osmosis
Desalination of Seawater
and Comparison of Current Reversal Chronopotentiometry (CRC) and Small Amplitude Cyclic Voltammetry (SACV) Method to Determine the Long-Term Corrosion Tendency of Copper-Nickel Alloys in Polluted and Unpolluted Seawater Under Jet-Impingement Conditions.