European Workshop on Sea Water Corrosion of Stainless Steels (EFC19)
Mechanisms and Experiences
"Contains papers presented at a workshop in 1995 organised by SINTEF Corrosion and Surface Technology (Trondheim) in co-operation with the EFC Working Parties on Marine Corrosion and Microbial Corrosion." Particular attention was given to biofilms, their causes, effects and prevention, as well as to the behaviour in seawater of high alloyed austenitic stainless steels including 6Mo, and super duplex stainless steels.
Table of Contents
1 Comparison of Sea Water Corrosivity in Europe 2 Effect of Marine Biofilms on Stainless Steels: Results from a European Exposure Program 3 Mechanism and Prevention of Biofilm Effects on Stainless Steel Corrosion 4 Biocide Options in the Offshore Industry 5 Practical Consequences of the Biofilm in Natural Sea Water and of Chlorination on the Corrosion Behaviour of Stainless Steels T. ROGNE 6 Corrosion Behaviour of Stainless Steel in Thermally Altered Sea Water 7 Statistical Approach of Pitting Initiation of Stainless Steel in Flowing Sea Water 8 Stainless Steel Corrosion in Antarctic Sea Waters: a Contribution from the Italian PNRA Project 9 Propagation Rate of Crevice Corrosion in the MTI-2 Test for a Duplex Stainless Steel Compared to an Austenitic Stainless Steel J. FRODIGH 10 Experiences with 6Mo Stainless Steel Offshore in the North Sea 11 An Innovative Low Cost Solution Combating Corrosion Problems in the Draugen Sea Water System 12 Experiences with High Alloyed Duplex Stainless Steels in Sea Water Systems R. FRANCIS 13 New Generation High Alloyed Austenitic Stainless Steel for Sea Water Systems -- SMO (UNS S32654) 14 A New Generation of High Alloyed Austenitic Stainless Steel for Sea Water Systems: UR B66 15 Cathodic Protection of Stainless Steels in Chlorinated Sea Water and other Saline Water Solutions -- A New Approach by Use of the RCP Method
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