This book explains the fundamentals of high temperature corrosion and oxidation. It will enable engineers and other technical personnel to understand: How quickly different metals react with different environments at high temperatures; The mechanisms of these reactions; The corrosivity of different environments; How to control reactions or how to protect metals from degradation; How to select the best materials for specific high temperature applications. Introduction to High Temperature Corrosion and Oxidation will be a great asset for workers in the chemical, petrochemical, electric power generation, and related industries. It is also an excellent textbook for graduate and postgraduate courses on high temperature corrosion. Contents: High Temperature Corrosion: Basics Defects in Metal Oxides Diffusion in Oxides Thin Layer Oxidation Thick Layer Oxidation: WagnerAs Theory Oxidation of Pure Metals Oxidation of Alloys Oxidation in Mixed Environments Hot Corrosion Spallation of Oxides Active Element Effect High Temperature Coatings Electron Optical Techniques for Scale Characterization Application of High Temperature Oxidation Appendices Index
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