Corrosion Properties and Mechanism of Steels
Křivý, Vít (editor)
This reprint aims to promote and disseminate applied research in the field of corrosion of steel structures and technological equipment. Within the text, the focus is firmly placed on the detailed study of corrosion processes affected by specific environments, as well as on the effects of corrosion damage on the reliability and service life of structural components and technological equipment. Special attention is paid to the study of the impact of corrosion processes on pipelines.
KeywordsQ235B steel; desulfurization solution; corrosion mechanism; pitting corrosion; high pressure and high temperature; O2–CO2 coexistence environment; flow-induced corrosion; reinforcing steel; corrosion; chloride; experiment; bow shaped device; concrete; cathodic protection; buried pipelines; rust layer; electrochemical acceleration test; applied current density; required current; low-alloy steel; SEM; inclusion; anodic dissolution; steel pipeline; in-line inspection results; interacting corrosion defects; structural integrity; galvanostatic test method; underground infrastructure; long-term corrosion; carbon steel; ASTM A516-65 steel; weld; hydrogen-induced cracking; galvanic corrosion; sour environment; vinyltrimethoxysilane; silane; sol–gel; response surface methodology; Box–Behnken design; modeling; soil environment; carbon steel corrosion; stray current corrosion; pipeline; calcareous deposit; corrosion mitigation; failure analysis; low-carbon steel pipe; aluminum inclusions; pearlite inhomogeneity; steel structures; crevice corrosion; lattice towers; bolted lap joints; weathering steel; experimental tests; numerical modelling; corrosion current density; sulfate; galvanized steel; alkaline solutions; linear polarization resistance; electrochemical impedance spectroscopy; n/a
Publication date and placeBasel, 2023