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Corrosion Engineering Companion


The recent Corrosion Engineering publication by McGraw-Hill was designed as a textbook to accompany the education of undergraduates, graduates and other technical trainees during their discovery of the modern world of corrosion engineering. The book contains many equations and principles that lend themselves to the production of assignments and questions that are so important to evaluate newly acquired skills. There are also many calculation examples throughout the book that an instructor can build upon to prepare assignments or exam questions. The Corrosion Engineering Companion provides additional material and references to make the task of teaching such a modern subject a pleasurable adventure.

Note to Instructors: the main purpose of the pages listed here are to help you in preparing and delivering high quality courses on the subject. Your feedback and suggestions are an important part of the quality assurance and improvement process. Please do not hesitate to send your comments or questions  to our

Chapter One: The Study of Corrosion

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Reading material on the Corrosion Doctors Web site: Corrosion in History, Portrait of a Corrosion Engineer, Corrosion Costs & Preventive Strategies Study

Chapter Two: Corrosion Basics

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Reading material on the Corrosion Doctors Web site: Corrosion chemistry, Corrosion in acids, Corrosion in neutral or alkaline environments, Why metals corrode?

Chapter Three: Corrosion Electrochemistry

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Chapter Four: Corrosion Thermodynamics

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Chapter Five: Corrosion Kinetics and Applications of Electrochemistry to Corrosion

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Chapter Six: Recognizing the Forms of Corrosion

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Chapter Seven: Corrosion Failures, Factors, and Cells

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Chapter Eight: Corrosion by Water

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Chapter Nine: Atmospheric Corrosion

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Chapter Ten: Corrosion in Soils and Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion

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Chapter Eleven: Materials Selection, Testing and Design Considerations

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Chapter Twelve: Corrosion as a Risk

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Chapter Thirteen: Cathodic Protection

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Chapter Fourteen: Protective Coatings

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Chapter Fifteen: High Temperature Corrosion

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