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Title Methodology of crevice corrosion testing for stainless steels in natural and treated seawaters / edited by U. Kivisäkk, B. Espelid & D. Féron.
Imprint Leeds : Maney Pub., 2010.

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Description 1 online resource (xviii, 134 pages) : illustrations
Series European Federation of Corrosion publications, 1354-5116 ; no. 60
Publications (European Federation of Corrosion) ; no. 60.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
English.
Print version record.
Subject Stainless steel -- Corrosion.
Corrosion and anti-corrosives.
Genre Electronic book.
Contents Title page -- Half title -- Contents -- European Federation of Corrosion (EFC) publications: Series introduction -- Volumes in the EFC series -- Preface -- 1 Crevice corrosion from a historical perspective -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 The mechanism -- 1.3 The ferric chloride test -- 1.4 Field tests -- 1.5 Electrochemical tests -- 1.6 Conclusions -- 2 Objectives and background -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Establishment of the state-of-the-art -- 2.3 Formulation of a new synthetic seawater -- 2.4 Electrochemically controlled crevice corrosion test
2.5 Inter-comparison testing3 Laboratory calibration -- 3.1 �Calibration� of participating laboratories in the project -- 3.2 Experimental procedure -- 3.3 Test results -- 3.3.1 Weight loss -- 3.3.2 Number of etchings/attacks -- 3.3.3 Maximum depth of attack -- 3.4 Conclusions from the �calibration� test -- 4 Crevice formers for specimens of plate material -- 4.1 Optimisation of test parameters of importance for crevice corrosion testing -- 5 Crevice corrosion testing of tubes -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Experimental -- 5.2.1 Materials
5.2.2 Design of crevice former5.2.3 Finite Element Method Modelling -- 5.2.4 Crevice corrosion testing -- 5.3 Results -- 5.3.1 Finite Element Method modelling -- 5.3.2 Crevice corrosion testing -- 5.4 Discussion -- 5.4.1 Specimen area -- 5.4.2 Crevice former -- 5.4.3 Clamping force -- 5.4.4 Proposed crevice former procedure for tube specimens -- 5.5 Crevice corrosion testing of stainless steel tubes applied as umbilicals -- 5.6 Conclusions from crevice corrosion testing of tubes -- 6 Formulation of new synthetic seawater for aerobic environment
6.1 Introduction6.2 Experimental -- 6.3 Electrochemical tests -- 6.4 Crevice corrosion experiments -- 6.4.1 After test examination -- 6.4.2 Chemical method versus the biochemical method -- 6.4.3 Influence of the tank material -- 6.4.4 Influence of the cathodic area -- 6.4.5 Influence of stainless steel grades -- 6.4.6 Influence of chemicals and biochemicals -- 6.4.7 Influence of temperature -- 6.4.8 Influence of the crevice holder system -- 6.5 Conclusions -- 7 Simulation of anaerobic environments -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Experimental
7.3 Results and discussion7.3.1 Influence of the polarisation scanning rate -- 7.3.2 Breakdown potentials in sterile aerated seawater -- 7.3.3 Breakdown potentials in anaerobic seawater with SRB -- 7.3.4 Breakdown potentials Na2S solution -- 7.4 Conclusion -- 8 Synergy of aerobic and anaerobic conditions -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Synergy of aerobic and anaerobic biofi lms on EN 1.4404 -- 8.3 Synergy of aerobic and anaerobic biofi lms on EN 1.4462 and EN 1.4547 -- 8.4 Laboratory simulation of the synergy -- 8.5 Conclusion
Other Author Kivisäkk, U. (Ulf)
Espelid, B. (Bård)
Féron, D.
European Federation of Corrosion.
Institute of Materials, Minerals, and Mining.
Other Title Print version: Methodology of Crevice Corrosion Testing for Stainless Steels in Natural and Treated Seawaters. Maney Pub 2010 9781906540999