THE CORROSION PERFORMANCE OF METALS FOR THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT
|Author(s)||Carol Powell & Roger Francis|
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The content of the present publication is mainly aimed at the professionals of the shipbuilding industry, including ship designers, who are willing to improve their knowledge of the subject and to know more about one of the most critical problems of shipbuilding, namely corrosion of the ship hull metal when submerged into the sea water.
The decades of the practical experience found their reflection in this excellent volume encompassing the major areas concerned. For the easier understanding of the material, same is arranged in eight sections, first one being introductory and containing general information. Among the metal materials covered by the authors there are steels, including iron, carbon and stainless steels, and alloys, including copper, nickel, aluminum and titanium alloys.
The closing section of the publication is entirely devoted to the problem of galvanic corrosion which definitely deserves attention – here you will find the useful information that will help you to avoid this sort of corrosion. The title belongs to the series of EFC, standing for the European Federation of Corrosion, publications and the texts shall be read by anyone in the business of shipbuilding.
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