The use of carbon fiber-reinforced composites is growing thanks to their high strength and light weight. This material poses new challenges in terms of mitigat
When it comes to corrosion engineering, seawater is one of the most important environments to discuss. Here we'll take a look at what causes pipeline corrosion
Crude oil isn't corrosive, but some of the impurities commonly found in it are. Find out what those components are, and what can be done to mitigate their effe
High nitrogen stainless steels are an increasingly suitable substitute for nickel. Nitrogen can improve corrosion resistance and the strength of stainless steels.
Nitriding, the process of introducing nitrogen into a metal surface, is an excellent method of controlling corrosion, as well as wear and fatigue, in metals.
Failure analysis allows corrosion engineers to determine why a component or piece of equipment failed and how to prevent the same type of failure in the future. Learn...
Corrosion testing is one of a corrosion engineer's most important responsibilities. Here we look at the top field and laboratory tests used.
Applying a protective coating to metallic surfaces is the most effective method to mitigate corrosion damage. According to a National...