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AC Induced Corrosion of Buried Pipelines
Pipelines are often located in common utility rights of way with the pipeline taking advantage of corridors reserved for high voltage AC (HVAC) overhead electrical...
By: Mohamed Adel Mohamadein | Head of the Corrosion, Arab Petroleum Pipelines
Corrosion Scale Analysis for Piping Specimens
Lead is a toxic metal that is harmful to human health. The introduction of lead into drinking water occurs through the corrosion of plumbing products as water moves...
By: Della Anggabrata
Major Railway Infrastructure Projects That'll Impact the Corrosion Control Market
Transportation is a pivotal sector of the global economy because it fulfills some basic needs of human civilization. The global investments in infrastructure such as...
21 Types of Pipe Corrosion & Failure
The corrosion of steel piping and its related components is a continuous and virtually unstoppable process. The end product, which is commonly referred to as rust, is...
By: Corrview .com
Combating Sanitation System Corrosion
Governments, particularly major cities, are faced with a growing demand on aging sanitation infrastructures and escalating cost of maintenance. (An introduction to the...
By: Robert Anderson
All Steamed Up: The Many Types and Uses of Steam
Have you ever wondered how the pressure cooker in your kitchen is comparable to a giant boiler in an electrical power plant? Both have similarities, because they both...
Corrosion and Electrical Interference in Buried Metallic Structures
Corrosion is a naturally occurring phenomenon commonly defined as the deterioration of a substance (usually a metal) or its properties because of a reaction with its...
By: Mahmoud Elmahdy | Senior Cathodic Protection Engineer
The Role of Corrosion in the Flint Water Crisis
Despite several studies many questions still remain regarding the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. A decision to not add a corrosion inhibitor to the city’s...
Quiz: Anti-Graffiti Coatings and Corrosion
Graffiti is a common problem in many cities and developing areas. Graffiti artists will usually target any public surface they can find, including buildings, property...
By: Krystal Nanan | Civil Engineer
Is Surface Preparation for Concrete Repairs a Fad?
Prior to the commencement of concrete repairs, the fundamental thing to consider is surface preparation. The amelioration of damaged concrete structures involves many...
By: Hamid Khan
Waterborne Coatings: When Regulations Meet Technology
Increased levels of environmental awareness have brought the issue of sustainable development practices, methods and materials to the forefront of many international...
By: Krystal Nanan | Civil Engineer
Corrosion Management in Water Treatment: A Look at Water Pipeline Corrosion and Why It's Becoming a Problem
What is it that commonly impacts the lives of human beings around the entire world? Among the list of the most important issues is the problem of water pipe corrosion...
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