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Atmospheric Corrosion by Christofer Leygraf

By Christofer Leygraf

Provides a complete examine atmospheric corrosion, combining services in corrosion technology and atmospheric chemistry

  • Is a useful source for corrosion scientists, corrosion engineers, and somebody drawn to the speculation and alertness of Atmospheric Corrosion
  • Updates and expands subject matters lined to incorporate, foreign publicity courses and the environmental results of atmospheric corrosion
  • Covers easy ideas and idea of atmospheric corrosion chemistry in addition to corrosion mechanisms in managed and out of control environments
  • Details degradation of fabrics in architectural and structural purposes, digital units, and cultural artifacts
  • Includes appendices with information on particular fabrics, experimental suggestions, atmospheric species

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The main reactions seen are deduced from the GILDES model studies. 1 Comparison of modeled and measured O3 concentrations for a 2‐day period inside and outside a museum building. PDT, Pacific Daylight Time. 2 Influence of air conditions on SO2 concentration in various indoor locations of the Tate Gallery, London. 3 Mean pollutant concentration at indoor locations in the United States as a function of the cumulative percentage of the indoor sites. Sx represents reduced sulfur compounds, mainly H2S and COS, and Clx represents Cl2 and HCl.

4 Twelve‐hour mean values of mass increase rate of copper, rwg (ng cm−2 h−1), relative humidity (%), particle concentration (PM10), particles with diameter less than 10 µm diameter (µg m−3), and SO2 concentration (µg m−3). 5 Influence of air temperature on the atmospheric corrosion rate of carbon steel: (a) during rain and (b) at drying out of a film of water at a constant relative humidity of 75%. 6 Corrosion sequence for copper, nickel, and zinc in a rural atmosphere (Aspvreten, Sweden) as a function of time of sheltered exposure.

9 Calculated corrosion of zinc versus temperature based on the ISO 9223:2012 dose–response function for zinc and parameter values of (a) SO2 = 40 µg m−3, Cl = 3 mg m−2 day−1; (b) SO2 = 1 µg m−3, Cl = 300 mg m−2 day−1. 1 Schematic sequence for corrosion product formation on zinc sheet (or galvanized steel) at sheltered conditions in ambient atmospheres dominated by sulfur pollution (upper sequence) and chloride pollution (lower sequence). The dashed arrow indicates a possible transformation, shown in simulated field exposures.

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