Elsevier, 2. des. 2012 - 937 sider
Corrosion Guide presents a list of corrosive agents and the trade names of materials, including metallic and non-metallic materials as well as alloys. The book provides guidance in using the tabulated information. This reference also lists relevant publications that deal with the properties of various materials. This new edition provides more data that are not included in the previous edition. The former edition fails to present enough information as the provided properties of the corrosive agents varies and other data are not available. The release aims to minimize missing information about the subject matter. This compilation of tabulated data provides description of each group of corrosive agents. Elements and compounds under each group are listed, along with their properties such as room temperature, corrosion rate, and composition. The list of trade names of materials also describes the composition of each material. The information contained in this book is intended to help practicing engineers deal with corrosion.
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acetic acid Acid-resistant bricks additions of Mo alloys and less-common alloys without copper Aluminium 99.5 Aluminium alloys Aluminium bronze approx aqueous solutions austenitic Austenitic chromium-nickel steels baked resins Behaves like copper bricks and tiles Bronze without zinc carbon also impervious carbon bricks Cast silicon-iron cements based ceramic plates Coatings of baked concentrations Corrosion rate Cr with small Duran and Pyrex Enamel enamelled cast enamelled cast iron ﬁbres and ﬁlter ﬁlter materials Fluon furan g/m2 per day Glass e.g. Duran glass-lined steel hard lead Hastelloy High-alloyed austenitic steels hydrochloric acid hydrogen Inconel iron and glass-lined Iron pure Lead and hard less-common metals manufacture mixtures mm/year Monel metal natural and synthetic Nickel Nickel-chromium alloys piping platinum polyisobutylenes polyvinyl chlorides polyvinylidene chlorides Porcelain hard porcelain pumps pure iron Pyrex type Quartzware rapid agitation Room temp Rubber natural sodium chloride stabilized Stoneware sulphate sulphuric acid tantalum Textile ﬁbres U.S. type usual conditions valves