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Author Bayliss, Derek A.

Title Steelwork corrosion control / D.A. Bayliss and D.H. Deacon.

Published London ; New York, NY : Spon Press, 2002.

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 UniM Store Engin  620.1723 BAYL    AVAILABLE
Edition 2nd ed.
Physical description xiv, 418 pages : illustrations, map ; 25 cm
Contents 1.1 Health and safety considerations 4 -- 2 Corrosion of steel 5 -- 2.1 Corrosion: the basic process 5 -- 2.2 Electrochemical nature of corrosion 7 -- 2.3 Corrosion terminology 9 -- 2.4 Corrosion in air 11 -- 2.5 Corrosion in water 14 -- 2.6 Corrosion in soil 17 -- 2.7 Bacterial corrosion 17 -- 2.8 Health and safety considerations 18 -- 3 Surface preparation 20 -- 3.1 Steel surface contaminants and conditions 21 -- 3.2 Surface preparation methods 31 -- 3.3 Health and safety matters 55 -- 4 Paints and paint coatings 60 -- 4.1 General requirements 60 -- 4.2 Nature of paint 62 -- 4.3 Protection by paint films 65 -- 4.4 Properties of paint films 70 -- 4.5 Paint film formation 75 -- 4.6 Binders 75 -- 4.7 Pigments 82 -- 4.8 Solvents 87 -- 4.9 Paint classification 88 -- 4.10 Health and safety matters 107 -- 5 Paint application 110 -- 5.1 Methods of application 110 -- 5.2 Application conditions 123 -- 5.3 Painter 130 -- 5.4 Paint manufacturers' data sheets 130 -- 5.5 Health and safety matters 132 -- 6 Specialist coatings and applications 142 -- 6.1 Coating or lining of tanks 142 -- 6.2 Powder coatings 150 -- 6.3 Coil coatings 152 -- 6.4 Wrapping tapes 155 -- 6.5 Fire protection 157 -- 6.6 Pipelines 158 -- 7 Metal coatings 168 -- 7.1 Application methods 168 -- 7.2 Corrosion mechanism of metallic coatings 177 -- 7.3 Painting of metallic coatings 180 -- 7.4 Performance of metallic coatings 182 -- 7.5 Comparison between metallic and paint coatings 186 -- 7.6 Choice of type of metallic coating 188 -- 7.7 Treatment of welded areas 189 -- 7.8 Wet storage stain 189 -- 7.9 Fasteners 190 -- 7.10 Health and safety matters 190 -- 8 Writing effective specifications 193 -- 8.1 Scope of the specification 194 -- 8.2 International standards 206 -- 9 Quality control of coating operations 208 -- 9.2 Inspection requirements 210 -- 9.3 Approach to quality control 211 -- 9.4 Requirements for an inspector 213 -- 9.5 Methods of inspection of paint coatings 216 -- 9.6 Inspection of metal coatings 253 -- 9.7 Inspection instruments 255 -- 9.8 Reports and records 257 -- 9.9 Health and safety matters 260 -- 10 Designing for corrosion control 262 -- 10.1 Environmental conditions 263 -- 10.2 Materials 263 -- 10.3 Bimetallic corrosion 264 -- 10.4 Access for inspection and maintenance 266 -- 10.5 Crevices 268 -- 10.6 Ground-level corrosion 272 -- 10.7 Entrapment of moisture and condensation 274 -- 10.8 Geometry and shape 275 -- 10.9 Tanks 276 -- 10.10 Fabrication and construction 277 -- 10.11 Corrosion of steel in contact with other materials 278 -- 11 Maintenance painting 279 -- 11.2 General approach to maintenance painting 281 -- 11.3 Planning maintenance 282 -- 11.4 Inspections and surveys for maintenance 284 -- 11.5 Maintenance procedures 293 -- 11.6 Environmental conditions during repainting 297 -- 11.7 Health and safety matters 299 -- 12 Control methods other than coatings 300 -- 12.1 Cathodic protection 300 -- 12.2 Conditioning of the environment 305 -- 12.3 Alloy steels 307 -- 13 Coating defects and failures 311 -- 13.2 Surface preparation 312 -- 13.3 Coating materials 314 -- 13.4 Coating application 314 -- 13.5 Transport and storage 317 -- 13.6 Types of coating defects 317 -- 14 Selection of coating systems 329 -- 14.2 Factors influencing the selection of coating systems 331 -- 14.3 Selection of coatings for specific environments 332 -- 14.4 Types of coatings 334 -- 14.5 Costs of protective systems 335 -- 15 Protective systems for different situations 343 -- 15.1 General steelwork exposed to the atmosphere 343 -- 15.2 Offshore structures 347 -- 15.3 Ships 350 -- 15.4 Chemical plants 354 -- 15.5 Oil refineries and installations 356 -- 15.6 Sewage systems 356 -- 15.7 Sheet piling 357 -- 15.8 Jetties and harbours 358 -- 15.9 Steel in reinforced concrete 359 -- 16 Testing of coatings 367 -- 16.2 Test requirements 369 -- 16.3 Laboratory testing of paint films 372 -- 16.4 Testing of paints 381 -- 16.5 Laboratory performance tests 382 -- 16.6 Instruments for specialised analysis 385 -- 16.7 Field tests 386 -- 16.8 Service trials 397 -- 16.9 Tests in water and soil 398 -- 16.10 Formulating the test programme 399 -- 16.11 Reporting the results of tests 399.
Subject Steel, Structural -- Corrosion.
Corrosion and anti-corrosives.
ISBN 0415261015 : $169.95