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The Corrosion of Copper and Its Alloys: A Practical Guide for Engineer

The Corrosion of Copper and Its Alloys: A Practical Guide for Engineer
by Roger Francis
English | 2009 | ISBN: 1575902257 | 431 pages | PDF | 29.73 MB

"This book deals with the different forms of corrosion for copper and its alloys. It provides previously unpublished or hard-to-find data, providing a unique reference point for data on the corrosion of copper alloys. The book's chapters cover topics such as copper alloys (composition and properties), film formation and properties, general corrosion, various types of localized corrosion, such as pitting, erosion corrosion, dealloying, and corrosion fatigue, galvanic corrosion, specific environments, including underground corrosion, atmospheric corrosion, and corrosion in waters, and joining (corrosion of soldered, brazed, and welded joints).
This book is packed with more than 100 photos, along with numerous tables and graphs. It will appeal to engineers who need or want to use copper alloys and need data on the potential corrosion problems and, specifically, how to avoid them."


The Corrosion of Copper and Its Alloys: A Practical Guide for Engineer

Content:
Front Matter
Preface
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
2. Copper and its Alloys
3. Film Formation and Properties
4. General Corrosion
5. Pitting Corrosion
6. Crevice Corrosion
7. Erosion Corrosion and Erosion
8. Cavitation
9. Dealloying
10. Stress Corrosion Cracking
11. Corrosion Fatigue
12. Hydrogen Embrittlement
13. Fouling and Microbially Influenced Corrosion
14. Galvanic Corrosion
15. Underground Corrosion
16. Atmospheric Corrosion
17. Corrosion in Waters
18. Joining and the Corrosion of Joints
Appendices
Index

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