Electrochemical Noise Measurement for Corrosion Applications

    Kearns JR, Scully JR, Roberge PR, Reichert DL, Dawson JL
    Published: 1996

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    Presents a state-of-the-art review on electrochemical noise as it is applied to corrosion today. Many diverse industrial applications for electrochemical noise measurement (ENM) are presented along with the latest laboratory methods of analysis techniques. Strategies to monitor and control corrosion in heat exchangers, pipelines,storage tanks, and steam generators using ENM technology are discussed from an industrial perspective.

    28 peer-reviewed papers represent a variety of industrial and academic perspectives on ENM. In 6 sections:

    • Correlations to other Electrochemical Techniques

    • Data Analysis

    • Industrial Applications

    • Pitting

    • Methods

    • and Standardization.

    Table of Contents

    Electrochemical Noise Measurement: The Definitive In-Situ Technique for Corrosion Applications?
    Dawson J.

    A Comparison of Electrochemical Noise and Impedance Spectroscopy for the Detection of Corrosion in Reinforced Concrete
    Bertocci U.

    Electrochemical Noise and Impedance Analysis of Iron in Chloride Media
    Mansfeld F., Xiao H.

    Electrochemical Noise Measurement for Determining Corrosion Rates
    Reichert D.

    The Effects of Solution Resistance on Electrochemical Noise Resistance Measurements: A Theoretical Analysis
    Cottis R., Mendoza-Flores J., Turgoose S.

    Analysis of Electrochemical Noise for Type 410 Stainless Steel in Chloride Solutions
    Hudson J., Inman M., Kelly R.

    Comparison of Spectral Analysis with Fast Fourier Transform and Maximum Entropy Method. Application to the Role of Molybdenum Implantation on Localized Corrosion of Type 304 Stainless Steel
    Beaunier L., Frydman J., Gabrielli C., Huet F., Keddam M.

    A Comparison of Spectral and Chaotic Analysis of Electrochemical Noise
    Govekar E., Legat A.

    Quantifying the Stochastic Behavior of Electrochemical Noise Measurement During the Corrosion of Aluminum
    Roberge P.

    The Identification of Pitting and Crevice Corrosion Spectra in Electrochemical Noise Using an Artificial Neural Network
    Barton T., Tuck D., Wells D.

    A Review of EPRI Projects Since 1984 that Used Electrochemical Noise Measurement Instrumentation
    Cox W., Syrett B.

    A Progress Report on the Use of Electrochemical Noise to Investigate the Effects of Zebra Mussel Attachment on the Corrosion Resistance of AISI Type 304 Stainless Steel and Carbon Steel in Lake Water
    Brennenstuhl A., Claudi R., Sim B.

    The Use of Electrochemical Noise Measurements with Nuclear Waste Tanks
    Eden D., Jacko R., Mickalonis J., Quirk G.

    On-Line Monitoring Using Electrochemical Noise Measurement in CO-CO2-H2O Systems
    DeBruyn H., Heaver E., Lawson K.

    Simultaneous Corrosion and Fouling Monitoring Under Heat Transfer in Cooling Water Systems
    Nichols H., Stokes P., Winters M.

    Electrochemical Noise Measurements on Carbon and Stainless Steels in High Subcritical and Supercritical Aqueous Environments
    Liu C., Macdonald D., Manahan M.

    The Use of Electrochemical Noise to Investigate the Corrosion Resistance of UNS Alloy N04400 Nuclear Heat Exchanger Tubes
    Brennenstuhl A., Gonzalez F., Palumbo G., Quirk G.

    The Use of Electrochemical Noise Measurement in the Evaluation of Materials for Steam Generators
    Doherty P., Harper S., Psaila-Dombrowski M., Schneider W.

    Analysis of Electrochemical Noise from Metastable Pitting in Aluminum, Aged Al-2%Cu, and AA 2024-T3
    Hudson J., Pride S., Scully J.

    Effect of Metallurgical Factors on the Electrochemical Noise Measured on AISI Type 430 Stainless Steels in Chloride-Containing Media
    Baroux B., Boulleret C., Gorse D.

    The Effect of Some Fundamental Aspects of the Pitting Corrosion of Stainless Steel on Electrochemical Noise Measurements
    Pistorius P.

    Coupling of Acoustic Emission and Electrochemical Noise Measurement Techniques in Slurry Erosion-Corrosion Studies
    Chapey B., Huet F., Oltra R., Renaud L.

    Influence of Hydrogen Absorption on the Electrochemical Potential Noise of an Iron Electrode Under Corrosion with Gas Evolution
    Huet F., Jérôme M., Manolatos P., Wenger F.

    Electrochemical Noise Response of Steel Under Hydrodynamic Conditions
    Malo J., Velazco O.

    Electrochemical Noise Measurements During Exfoliation of Aluminum Alloys
    de Damborenea J., Fernández B.

    Characterization of Prerusted Steels in Some Ibero-American Atmospheres by Electrochemical Potential Noise Measurement
    Almeida E., Chavarín J., Mariaca L., Rodriguez A., Veloz M.

    Reproducibility of Electrochemical Noise Data from Coated Metal Systems
    Bierwagen G., Mills D., Skerry B., Tallman D.

    ASTM Standardization of Electrochemical Noise Measurement
    Eden D., Fahey J., Kearns J., Reichert D., Silverman D., Yaffe M.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: G01

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1277-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5562-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2032-7

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