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Handbook of environmental degradation of materials, edited by Myer Kutz, (electronic resource)

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Handbook of environmental degradation of materials
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Handbook of environmental degradation of materials
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Handbook of environmental degradation of materials, edited by Myer Kutz, (electronic resource)
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Bibliography note
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Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. One Analysis -- 1.Analysis of Failures of Metallic Materials Due to Environmental Factors / K.E. Perumal -- 1.1.Introduction -- 1.2.Classification of Failures -- 1.3.Analysis of Failures -- 1.4.Case Histories of Environmental-Related Failures -- 1.5.Conclusions -- References -- 2.Laboratory Assessment of Corrosion / C.S. Brossia -- 2.1.Introduction -- 2.2.Immersion Tests -- 2.3.Cabinet Tests -- 2.4.Electrochemical Tests -- 2.5.Conclusions -- Bibliography -- References -- 3.Lifetime Predictions of Plastics / James A. Harvey -- 3.1.Introduction -- 3.2.Master Curves -- 3.3.Chemical Kinetics -- 3.4.Thermal Decomposition Experiments -- 3.5.Mechanical Experiments -- 3.6.Miscellaneous Experimentation -- 3.7.Summary -- References -- pt. Two Types of Degradation -- 4.Electrochemical Corrosion / E.E. Stansbury -- 4.1.Introduction -- 4.2.Electrochemical Thermodynamics -- 4.3.Electrochemical Kinetics and Corrosion Processes -- 4.4.Experimental Polarization Curves -- 4.5.Examples of Electrochemical Corrosion Measurements and Characterizations -- 4.6.Summary -- References -- 5.High Temperature Oxidation / A.S. Khanna -- 5.1.Introduction -- 5.2.Criteria of Metal Oxidation -- 5.3.Kinetics of Oxidation -- 5.4.Techniques Involved in Measuring Oxidation Behavior -- 5.5.Measurement of Oxidation Kinetics -- 5.6.Identification and Characterization of Scales -- 5.7.Wagner Hauffe Rules -- 5.8.Marker Technique -- 5.9.Oxygen Tracer Technique -- 5.10.Initial Oxidation or Thin Layer Oxidation -- 5.11.Oxidation of Pure Metals -- 5.12.Oxidation of Alloys -- 5.13.Influence of Alloy Addition on Oxidation Behavior -- 5.14.Oxidation Behavior of Some Commercial Alloys -- 5.15.Oxidation in Mixed Gas Environments -- 5.16.Phase Stability Diagrams -- 5.17.Scaling of Alloys in SO2 Containing Atmospheres -- 5.18.Oxidation of Fe-Cr-Al and Ni-Cr-Al Alloys in SO2 and O2 Environments -- 5.19.Hot Corrosion -- 5.20.Oxide Spallation -- 5.21.The Pilling Bedworth Ratio -- 5.22.Stresses Developed During Thermal Cycling Conditions -- 5.23.Examples of High Temperature Corrosion in Various Industries -- 5.24.Petroleum Refining and Petrochemical Processes -- References -- 6.Chemical and Physical Aging of Plastics / James A. Harvey -- 6.1.Introduction -- 6.2.Chemical Aging -- 6.3.Environmental Stress Cracking -- 6.4.Physical Aging -- 6.5.Summary -- References -- 7.Thermal Degradation of Polymer and Polymer Composites / Ralph P. Cooney -- 7.1.Introduction -- 7.2.General Aspects -- 7.3.Thermal Degradation of Various Polymers -- 7.4.Thermal Degradation of Polymer Composites -- 7.5.Preventing Degradation -- 7.6.Thermal Degradation of Waste Polymers -- 7.7.Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 8.Biofouling and Prevention: Corrosion, Biodeterioration and Biodegradation of Materials / Ji-Dong Gu -- 8.1.Introduction -- 8.2.Bacterial Adhesion on Surfaces -- 8.3.Mediators of Invertebrate Settlement -- 8.4.An Example With Zebra Mussels -- 8.5.Corrosion of Metals -- 8.6.Biodeterioration of Polymeric Materials -- 8.7.Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 9.Material Flammability / M.L. Janssens -- 9.1.Introduction -- 9.2.Thermal Degradation of Materials -- 9.3.Elements of Material Flammability -- 9.4.Tests to Assess Material Flammability -- 9.5.Methods to Improve Material Flammability -- 9.6.Material Property Data -- 9.7.Computer Modeling of Material Degradation in Fires -- References -- 10.Flame Retardants / Jim Innes -- 10.1.Introduction---What Is an FR? -- 10.2.Fire Statistics---Why Do We Use FRs? -- 10.3.FR Applications---Where Are FRs Used? -- 10.4.Flammability Standards and Test Methods---How Is FR Effectiveness Measured? -- 10.5.UL94 (Issued by Underwriters Laboratories) -- 10.6.Limiting Oxygen Index or LOI (ASTM D2863) -- 10.7.Steiner Tunnel (ASTM E84) -- 10.8.Vertical Tray Cable Test (IEEE 383) -- 10.9.Smoke Measurement---What Is Smoke and How Is It Measured? -- 10.10.FR Standards Issuing Organizations---Where Do All These Tests Come From? -- 10.1.I Market Drivers---What Else Should Be Known Before Formulating an FR Product? -- 10.12.What Is Wrong with Halogen FRs? -- 10.13.FRs---What Compounds Are Used? -- 10.14.FR101---What Are the Major FR Technologies and How Do They Work? -- 10.15.The Three Major FR Technologies -- 10.16.Halogen FRs---Selected Products -- 10.17.Halogen FR Synergists -- 10.18.Halogen FRs and REACH -- 10.19.Metal Hydrate FRs -- 10.20.Phosphorus FRs -- 10.21.Other FRs -- 10.22.Smoke Suppressants -- 10.23.Nanotechnology and Flame Retardance -- 10.24.Conclusion -- References -- 11.Environmental Degradation of Reinforced Concrete / Neal Berke -- 11.1.Introduction -- 11.2.Concrete Properties Affecting Chloride Ingress and Threshold Values -- 11.3.Corrosion Mechanisms of Steel in Concrete -- 11.4.Mechanisms of Corrosion Protection Systems -- 11.5.Reducing Chloride Ingress -- 11.6.Corrosion Inhibitors -- 11.7.Rebar Coatings -- 11.8.Stainless Steel -- 11.9.Cathodic Protection -- 11.10.Life-Cycle Modeling -- 11.11.Environment and Geometry -- 11.12.Summary -- References -- pt. Three Protective Measures -- 12.Cathodic Protection / Richard W. Evitts -- 12.1.Introduction -- 12.2.Corrosion Fundamentals -- 12.3.Galvanic Cathodic Protection Systems -- 12.4.Impressed Cathodic Protection Systems -- 12.5.Ground Bed Spacing -- References -- 13.Thermal and Fire Protective Fabric Systems / Hechmi Hamouda -- 13.1.Introduction -- 13.2.General Concepts -- 13.3.T&FFS Materials -- 13.4.Exposure Process -- 13.5.Testing Standards and Protection Assessment -- 13.6.Sensing Devices -- 13.7.Skin Bum Damage Evaluation -- 13.8.Other Modeling Components -- 13.9.Conclusion -- References -- 14.Protection of Wood-Based Materials / Jeffrey J. Morrell -- 14.1.Introduction -- 14.2.Abiotic Agents -- 14.3.Biotic Agents -- 14.4.Decay Organisms -- 14.5.Insects -- 14.6.Marine Borers -- 14.7.Magnitude of Wood Deterioration Losses -- 14.8.Wood Protection -- 14.9.Treatment Methods -- 14.10.Treatment Standards -- 14.11.New Treatment Processes -- 14.12.Environmental Considerations -- 14.13.Preservatives -- 14.14.Remedial Treatments -- 14.15.Nonbiocidal Barriers -- 14.16.The Future -- References -- pt. Four Surface Engineering -- 15.The Intersection of Design, Manufacturing, and Surface Engineering / Clive R. Clayton -- 15.1.Introduction -- 15.2.Surface Engineering Design Needs -- 15.3.Sensing of Degradation Effects on Surface Chemistry -- 15.4.Traditional and Emerging Surface Engineering Technologies -- 15.5.The Role of Computer Modeling -- 15.6.Summary -- References -- 16.Environmental Degradation of Engineered Nanomaterials: Impact on Materials Design and Use / Alexander Orlov -- 16.1.Current Uses of Engineered Nanomaterials -- 16.2.Environmental Degradation of Metallic and Ceramic Nanoparticles -- 16.3.Environmental Degradation of Carbon Nanotubes -- 16.4.Environmental Degradation of Polymeric Nanostructures -- 16.5.Environmental Degradation of Nanostructured Surfaces -- 16.6.Environmental Degradation of Nanocomposites -- 16.7.Impact on Health and Environment -- 16.8.Impact of Consideration of Environmental Transformation on Design and Use of Engineered Nanomaterials: Guidelines -- References -- 17.Protective Coatings for Aluminum Alloys / Thomas P. Schuman -- 17.1.Introduction -- 17.2.Selecting the Alloy -- 17.3.Coating System Engineering -- 17.4.Metal Surface Pretreatment -- 17.5.Conversion Coatings -- 17.6.Primers -- 17.7.Topcoating -- 17.8.Unicoatings -- 17.9.Summary -- References -- 18.Corrosion Resistant Coatings and Paints / R.G. Buchheit -- 18.1.Scope -- 18.2.Corrosion Protection by Coatings and Paints -- 18.3.Engineering Alloys and Their Need for Corrosion Resistant Coatings -- 18.4.Characteristics and Uses of Corrosion Resistant Paint and Coatings -- 18.5.Application Methods and Surface Preparation -- 18.6.Factors Affecting Coating Degradation -- 18.7.Corrosion Under Coatings -- 18.8.Coating Degradation and Evaluation Methods -- 18.9.Key Applications -- 18.10.Environmental Hazards -- References -- 19.Thermal Spray Coatings / Mitchell R. Dorfman -- 19.1.Introduction -- 19.2.Thermal Spray Basics and Processes -- 19.3.Materials Consumables -- 19.4.Manufacturing Processes -- 19.5.The Function of a Coating and Its Applications -- 19.6.General Applications -- 19.7.Miscellaneous Applications -- 19.8.Coating Selection -- 19.9.Summary -- References -- 20.Paint Weathering Tests / Mark E. Nichols -- 20.1.Introduction -- 20.2.Degradation Processes -- 20.3.Outdoor Exposure -- 20.4.Artificial Accelerated Weathering Tests -- 20.5.Test Cycles -- 20.6.Postexposure Testing -- 20.7.Nontraditional Material Evaluations -- Further Reading -- References -- 21.Polymer Coatings for Concrete Surfaces: Testing and Modeling / Jia Liu -- 21.1.Introduction -- 21.2.Materials -- 21.3.Testing Programs and Results -- 21.4.Modeling Liquid Transport into Coated Concrete -- 21.5.Conclusions -- 21.6.Acknowledgment -- References -- 22.The Role of Intrinsic Defects in the Protective Behavior of Organic Coatings / S.R. Taylor -- 22.1.Introduction -- 22.2.Types of Coating Defects -- 22.3.Electrochemical Methods for the Local Characterization of Coatings -- 22.4.Findings Through the Use of Leim and Leis -- 22.5.The Use of Molecular Probes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 23.Polymer Stabilization / Pieter Gijsman -- 23.1.Introduction -- 23.2.Degradation Chemistry -- 23.3.Stabilizers -- 23.4.Performance of Stabilizers -- 23.5.Other Factors Determining the Choice of Stabilizers -- References -- pt. Five Industrial Applications -- 24.Degradation of Spacecraft Materials / Sharon Miller -- 24.1.Introduction -- 24.2.Atomic Oxygen Effects -- 24.3.Contamination Effects -- 24.4.Space Radiation Effects -- 24.5.Thermal and Thermal Cycling Effects -- 24.6.Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris Effects -- 24.7.Concluding Remarks -- References -- 25.Cathodic Protection of Pipelines / Swaminatha P. Kumaraguru -- 25.1.Fundamentals -- 25.2.Cathodic Protection Criteria --
  • Contents note continued: 25.3.Field Data and Design Aspects -- 25.4.Monitoring Methods -- 25.5.Design of Cathodic Protection Systems -- 25.6.Computer-Aided Design of Cathodic Protection -- References -- 26.Tanker Corrosion / Brajendra Mishra -- 26.1.Introduction -- 26.2.Tanker Structures -- 26.3.Corrosion Mechanisms in Tankers -- 26.4.Corrosion Statistics -- 26.5.Corrosion Risk to Structural Integrity -- 26.6.Measurement and Monitoring of Corrosion Degradation -- 26.7.Prevention and Mitigation -- 26.8.Related Requirements in Marine Industries -- References -- 27.Barrier Packaging Materials / Mikael S. Hedenqvist -- 27.1.Introduction -- 27.2.Factors Determining the Barrier Properties of Polymers -- 27.3.Food Packaging -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 28.Corrosion Prevention and Control of Chemical Processing Equipment / William Stephen Tail -- 28.1.Introduction -- 28.2.Different Types of Corrosion -- 28.3.Preventing and Controlling Corrosion -- 28.4.Selecting Corrosion Resistant Materials for Chemical Processing Equipment -- 28.5.Corrosion Prevention and Control Through Corrosion Testing -- 28.6.Chapter Summary -- 28.7.Sources of Further Information -- References
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2nd ed.
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1 online resource (xxi, 910 p. :)
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Handbook of environmental degradation of materials, edited by Myer Kutz, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Machine generated contents note: pt. One Analysis -- 1.Analysis of Failures of Metallic Materials Due to Environmental Factors / K.E. Perumal -- 1.1.Introduction -- 1.2.Classification of Failures -- 1.3.Analysis of Failures -- 1.4.Case Histories of Environmental-Related Failures -- 1.5.Conclusions -- References -- 2.Laboratory Assessment of Corrosion / C.S. Brossia -- 2.1.Introduction -- 2.2.Immersion Tests -- 2.3.Cabinet Tests -- 2.4.Electrochemical Tests -- 2.5.Conclusions -- Bibliography -- References -- 3.Lifetime Predictions of Plastics / James A. Harvey -- 3.1.Introduction -- 3.2.Master Curves -- 3.3.Chemical Kinetics -- 3.4.Thermal Decomposition Experiments -- 3.5.Mechanical Experiments -- 3.6.Miscellaneous Experimentation -- 3.7.Summary -- References -- pt. Two Types of Degradation -- 4.Electrochemical Corrosion / E.E. Stansbury -- 4.1.Introduction -- 4.2.Electrochemical Thermodynamics -- 4.3.Electrochemical Kinetics and Corrosion Processes -- 4.4.Experimental Polarization Curves -- 4.5.Examples of Electrochemical Corrosion Measurements and Characterizations -- 4.6.Summary -- References -- 5.High Temperature Oxidation / A.S. Khanna -- 5.1.Introduction -- 5.2.Criteria of Metal Oxidation -- 5.3.Kinetics of Oxidation -- 5.4.Techniques Involved in Measuring Oxidation Behavior -- 5.5.Measurement of Oxidation Kinetics -- 5.6.Identification and Characterization of Scales -- 5.7.Wagner Hauffe Rules -- 5.8.Marker Technique -- 5.9.Oxygen Tracer Technique -- 5.10.Initial Oxidation or Thin Layer Oxidation -- 5.11.Oxidation of Pure Metals -- 5.12.Oxidation of Alloys -- 5.13.Influence of Alloy Addition on Oxidation Behavior -- 5.14.Oxidation Behavior of Some Commercial Alloys -- 5.15.Oxidation in Mixed Gas Environments -- 5.16.Phase Stability Diagrams -- 5.17.Scaling of Alloys in SO2 Containing Atmospheres -- 5.18.Oxidation of Fe-Cr-Al and Ni-Cr-Al Alloys in SO2 and O2 Environments -- 5.19.Hot Corrosion -- 5.20.Oxide Spallation -- 5.21.The Pilling Bedworth Ratio -- 5.22.Stresses Developed During Thermal Cycling Conditions -- 5.23.Examples of High Temperature Corrosion in Various Industries -- 5.24.Petroleum Refining and Petrochemical Processes -- References -- 6.Chemical and Physical Aging of Plastics / James A. Harvey -- 6.1.Introduction -- 6.2.Chemical Aging -- 6.3.Environmental Stress Cracking -- 6.4.Physical Aging -- 6.5.Summary -- References -- 7.Thermal Degradation of Polymer and Polymer Composites / Ralph P. Cooney -- 7.1.Introduction -- 7.2.General Aspects -- 7.3.Thermal Degradation of Various Polymers -- 7.4.Thermal Degradation of Polymer Composites -- 7.5.Preventing Degradation -- 7.6.Thermal Degradation of Waste Polymers -- 7.7.Concluding Remarks -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 8.Biofouling and Prevention: Corrosion, Biodeterioration and Biodegradation of Materials / Ji-Dong Gu -- 8.1.Introduction -- 8.2.Bacterial Adhesion on Surfaces -- 8.3.Mediators of Invertebrate Settlement -- 8.4.An Example With Zebra Mussels -- 8.5.Corrosion of Metals -- 8.6.Biodeterioration of Polymeric Materials -- 8.7.Summary -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 9.Material Flammability / M.L. Janssens -- 9.1.Introduction -- 9.2.Thermal Degradation of Materials -- 9.3.Elements of Material Flammability -- 9.4.Tests to Assess Material Flammability -- 9.5.Methods to Improve Material Flammability -- 9.6.Material Property Data -- 9.7.Computer Modeling of Material Degradation in Fires -- References -- 10.Flame Retardants / Jim Innes -- 10.1.Introduction---What Is an FR? -- 10.2.Fire Statistics---Why Do We Use FRs? -- 10.3.FR Applications---Where Are FRs Used? -- 10.4.Flammability Standards and Test Methods---How Is FR Effectiveness Measured? -- 10.5.UL94 (Issued by Underwriters Laboratories) -- 10.6.Limiting Oxygen Index or LOI (ASTM D2863) -- 10.7.Steiner Tunnel (ASTM E84) -- 10.8.Vertical Tray Cable Test (IEEE 383) -- 10.9.Smoke Measurement---What Is Smoke and How Is It Measured? -- 10.10.FR Standards Issuing Organizations---Where Do All These Tests Come From? -- 10.1.I Market Drivers---What Else Should Be Known Before Formulating an FR Product? -- 10.12.What Is Wrong with Halogen FRs? -- 10.13.FRs---What Compounds Are Used? -- 10.14.FR101---What Are the Major FR Technologies and How Do They Work? -- 10.15.The Three Major FR Technologies -- 10.16.Halogen FRs---Selected Products -- 10.17.Halogen FR Synergists -- 10.18.Halogen FRs and REACH -- 10.19.Metal Hydrate FRs -- 10.20.Phosphorus FRs -- 10.21.Other FRs -- 10.22.Smoke Suppressants -- 10.23.Nanotechnology and Flame Retardance -- 10.24.Conclusion -- References -- 11.Environmental Degradation of Reinforced Concrete / Neal Berke -- 11.1.Introduction -- 11.2.Concrete Properties Affecting Chloride Ingress and Threshold Values -- 11.3.Corrosion Mechanisms of Steel in Concrete -- 11.4.Mechanisms of Corrosion Protection Systems -- 11.5.Reducing Chloride Ingress -- 11.6.Corrosion Inhibitors -- 11.7.Rebar Coatings -- 11.8.Stainless Steel -- 11.9.Cathodic Protection -- 11.10.Life-Cycle Modeling -- 11.11.Environment and Geometry -- 11.12.Summary -- References -- pt. Three Protective Measures -- 12.Cathodic Protection / Richard W. Evitts -- 12.1.Introduction -- 12.2.Corrosion Fundamentals -- 12.3.Galvanic Cathodic Protection Systems -- 12.4.Impressed Cathodic Protection Systems -- 12.5.Ground Bed Spacing -- References -- 13.Thermal and Fire Protective Fabric Systems / Hechmi Hamouda -- 13.1.Introduction -- 13.2.General Concepts -- 13.3.T&FFS Materials -- 13.4.Exposure Process -- 13.5.Testing Standards and Protection Assessment -- 13.6.Sensing Devices -- 13.7.Skin Bum Damage Evaluation -- 13.8.Other Modeling Components -- 13.9.Conclusion -- References -- 14.Protection of Wood-Based Materials / Jeffrey J. Morrell -- 14.1.Introduction -- 14.2.Abiotic Agents -- 14.3.Biotic Agents -- 14.4.Decay Organisms -- 14.5.Insects -- 14.6.Marine Borers -- 14.7.Magnitude of Wood Deterioration Losses -- 14.8.Wood Protection -- 14.9.Treatment Methods -- 14.10.Treatment Standards -- 14.11.New Treatment Processes -- 14.12.Environmental Considerations -- 14.13.Preservatives -- 14.14.Remedial Treatments -- 14.15.Nonbiocidal Barriers -- 14.16.The Future -- References -- pt. Four Surface Engineering -- 15.The Intersection of Design, Manufacturing, and Surface Engineering / Clive R. Clayton -- 15.1.Introduction -- 15.2.Surface Engineering Design Needs -- 15.3.Sensing of Degradation Effects on Surface Chemistry -- 15.4.Traditional and Emerging Surface Engineering Technologies -- 15.5.The Role of Computer Modeling -- 15.6.Summary -- References -- 16.Environmental Degradation of Engineered Nanomaterials: Impact on Materials Design and Use / Alexander Orlov -- 16.1.Current Uses of Engineered Nanomaterials -- 16.2.Environmental Degradation of Metallic and Ceramic Nanoparticles -- 16.3.Environmental Degradation of Carbon Nanotubes -- 16.4.Environmental Degradation of Polymeric Nanostructures -- 16.5.Environmental Degradation of Nanostructured Surfaces -- 16.6.Environmental Degradation of Nanocomposites -- 16.7.Impact on Health and Environment -- 16.8.Impact of Consideration of Environmental Transformation on Design and Use of Engineered Nanomaterials: Guidelines -- References -- 17.Protective Coatings for Aluminum Alloys / Thomas P. Schuman -- 17.1.Introduction -- 17.2.Selecting the Alloy -- 17.3.Coating System Engineering -- 17.4.Metal Surface Pretreatment -- 17.5.Conversion Coatings -- 17.6.Primers -- 17.7.Topcoating -- 17.8.Unicoatings -- 17.9.Summary -- References -- 18.Corrosion Resistant Coatings and Paints / R.G. Buchheit -- 18.1.Scope -- 18.2.Corrosion Protection by Coatings and Paints -- 18.3.Engineering Alloys and Their Need for Corrosion Resistant Coatings -- 18.4.Characteristics and Uses of Corrosion Resistant Paint and Coatings -- 18.5.Application Methods and Surface Preparation -- 18.6.Factors Affecting Coating Degradation -- 18.7.Corrosion Under Coatings -- 18.8.Coating Degradation and Evaluation Methods -- 18.9.Key Applications -- 18.10.Environmental Hazards -- References -- 19.Thermal Spray Coatings / Mitchell R. Dorfman -- 19.1.Introduction -- 19.2.Thermal Spray Basics and Processes -- 19.3.Materials Consumables -- 19.4.Manufacturing Processes -- 19.5.The Function of a Coating and Its Applications -- 19.6.General Applications -- 19.7.Miscellaneous Applications -- 19.8.Coating Selection -- 19.9.Summary -- References -- 20.Paint Weathering Tests / Mark E. Nichols -- 20.1.Introduction -- 20.2.Degradation Processes -- 20.3.Outdoor Exposure -- 20.4.Artificial Accelerated Weathering Tests -- 20.5.Test Cycles -- 20.6.Postexposure Testing -- 20.7.Nontraditional Material Evaluations -- Further Reading -- References -- 21.Polymer Coatings for Concrete Surfaces: Testing and Modeling / Jia Liu -- 21.1.Introduction -- 21.2.Materials -- 21.3.Testing Programs and Results -- 21.4.Modeling Liquid Transport into Coated Concrete -- 21.5.Conclusions -- 21.6.Acknowledgment -- References -- 22.The Role of Intrinsic Defects in the Protective Behavior of Organic Coatings / S.R. Taylor -- 22.1.Introduction -- 22.2.Types of Coating Defects -- 22.3.Electrochemical Methods for the Local Characterization of Coatings -- 22.4.Findings Through the Use of Leim and Leis -- 22.5.The Use of Molecular Probes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- 23.Polymer Stabilization / Pieter Gijsman -- 23.1.Introduction -- 23.2.Degradation Chemistry -- 23.3.Stabilizers -- 23.4.Performance of Stabilizers -- 23.5.Other Factors Determining the Choice of Stabilizers -- References -- pt. Five Industrial Applications -- 24.Degradation of Spacecraft Materials / Sharon Miller -- 24.1.Introduction -- 24.2.Atomic Oxygen Effects -- 24.3.Contamination Effects -- 24.4.Space Radiation Effects -- 24.5.Thermal and Thermal Cycling Effects -- 24.6.Micrometeoroid and Orbital Debris Effects -- 24.7.Concluding Remarks -- References -- 25.Cathodic Protection of Pipelines / Swaminatha P. Kumaraguru -- 25.1.Fundamentals -- 25.2.Cathodic Protection Criteria --
  • Contents note continued: 25.3.Field Data and Design Aspects -- 25.4.Monitoring Methods -- 25.5.Design of Cathodic Protection Systems -- 25.6.Computer-Aided Design of Cathodic Protection -- References -- 26.Tanker Corrosion / Brajendra Mishra -- 26.1.Introduction -- 26.2.Tanker Structures -- 26.3.Corrosion Mechanisms in Tankers -- 26.4.Corrosion Statistics -- 26.5.Corrosion Risk to Structural Integrity -- 26.6.Measurement and Monitoring of Corrosion Degradation -- 26.7.Prevention and Mitigation -- 26.8.Related Requirements in Marine Industries -- References -- 27.Barrier Packaging Materials / Mikael S. Hedenqvist -- 27.1.Introduction -- 27.2.Factors Determining the Barrier Properties of Polymers -- 27.3.Food Packaging -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 28.Corrosion Prevention and Control of Chemical Processing Equipment / William Stephen Tail -- 28.1.Introduction -- 28.2.Different Types of Corrosion -- 28.3.Preventing and Controlling Corrosion -- 28.4.Selecting Corrosion Resistant Materials for Chemical Processing Equipment -- 28.5.Corrosion Prevention and Control Through Corrosion Testing -- 28.6.Chapter Summary -- 28.7.Sources of Further Information -- References
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