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By John G. Stoecker

This really useful handbook is the much-awaited follow-up to "A useful guide on Microbiologically inspired Corrosion", first published by means of NACE overseas in 1993. an ideal better half to the 1st variation, quantity makes use of an analogous layout whereas delivering new fabric and present advancements with a global impact. the various subject matters coated comprise: The function microorganisms play in corrosion reactions, the prevalence of MIC in various industries, recommendation on find out how to establish even if corrosion difficulties are on the topic of MIC, and MIC therapy and prevention information. the subjects indexed above are illustrated via quite a few charts, graphs, and images. every one bankruptcy is authored via a well-known specialist within the box of MIC.
Content:
entrance topic
• desk of Contents
1. advent
2. Fungal-Influenced Corrosion of Metals in Humid Environments
three. Biodegradation of Nonmetallic Engineering fabrics
four. The Biodeterioration of establishing fabrics
five. Microbiologically motivated Corrosion in hearth defense Sprinkler structures
6. MIC in Underground Environments: exterior Corrosion within the gasoline Pipeline
7. MIC within the energy
colour Plates
eight. MIC within the Waste therapy Industries
nine. therapy for the Mitigation of MIC
10. innovations for MIC tracking
eleven. MIC Case Histories
Index

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