Handbook of Science and Engineering of Green Corrosion Inhibitors: Modern Theory, Fundamentals and Practical Applications presents developments in green corrosion inhibitors and current applications. The book provides an overview of green corrosion inhibitors such as plant extracts, chemical medicines, natural polymers, synthetic green compounds, carbohydrates, amino acids and oleochemicals that can cost-effectively minimize corrosive damage. The book handles several compounds used as anticorrosive materials for different metals and alloys in a versatile corrosive environment. Sections address the fundamental characteristics of green corrosion inhibition and deal with the economic impact of corrosion and forms of corrosion, while also assessing and classifying corrosion inhibitors. The book covers a broad range of applications in green corrosion inhibition and concludes with new emerging trends in corrosion protection such as high temperature corrosion and its protection and nanomaterials as corrosion inhibitors. Provides an overview of environmentally sustainable (green) corrosion inhibitors utilized in modern industrial platforms Evaluates corrosion inhibitors as prime options for sustainable and transformational opportunities Serves as a valuable reference for scientists and engineers who are searching modern design for corrosion inhibitors Covers both synthetic and natural environmentally-friendly corrosion inhibitors
Handbook of Science and Engineering of Green Corrosion Inhibitors wraps up new developments in green corrosion inhibitors and their current applications. The book provides a comprehensive overview of green corrosion inhibitors such as plant extracts, chemical medicines, natural polymers, synthetic green compounds, carbohydrates, amino acids, oleochemicals etc. that can cost-effectively minimize corrosive damage. It handles several green compounds that are used as anticorrosive materials for different metals and alloys in a versatile corrosive environment. Handbook of Science and Engineering of Green Corrosion Inhibitors addresses fundamental characteristics of green corrosion inhibition. It deals with the economic impact of corrosion, forms of corrosion and its assessment and classification of corrosion inhibitors. The book covers a broad range of applications in green corrosion inhibition and concludes with new emerging trends in corrosion protection such as high temperature corrosion and its protection and nanomaterials as corrosion inhibitors. Provides an overview of environmentally sustainable (green) corrosion inhibitors utilized in modern industrial platforms Evaluates corrosion inhibitors as prime option for sustainable and transformational opportunities Serves as a valuable reference for scientists and engineers who are searching modern design for corrosion inhibitors Covers both synthetic and natural environmental-friendly corrosion inhibitors
The latest research innovations and enhanced technologies have altered the discipline of materials science and engineering. As a direct result of these developments, new trends in Materials Science and Engineering (MSE) pedagogy have emerged that require attention. The Handbook of Research on Recent Developments in Materials Science and Corrosion Engineering Education brings together innovative and current advances in the curriculum design and course content of MSE education programs. Focusing on the application of instructional strategies, pedagogical frameworks, and career preparation techniques, this book is an essential reference source for academicians, engineering practitioners, researchers, and industry professionals interested in emerging and future trends in MSE training and education.
Handbook of Corrosion Engineering: Modern Theory, Fundamentals and Practical Applications explores recent progress in metals corrosion and associated protection processes, spanning all corrosion-related characteristics utilized in natural and industrial environments, including monitoring and testing. The book combines the science and engineering of corrosion to assist readers in conducting exact corrosion evaluations in the design and plant management phases, including optimal protection methods. The book examines the basics of corrosion science, including the electrochemical mechanism, thermodynamic and kinetic aspects, different corrosion forms—such as uniform, localized, and stress corrosion phenomena—and protection systems adopted to combat corrosion, including inhibitors, coatings, and cathodic protection. Focuses on industrial requirements, including codes, standards, regulations, and specifications Recommends materials for control and prevention of corrosion damage Offers industry-tested best practices, rationales, and case studies Covers materials, corrosion, corrosion inhibition, coating, heat treatment, test and inspection, and mechanical design and integrity Includes websites of interest and information about latest research Comprises exercises and practical examples to understand, predict, estimate and mitigate corrosion problems Features numerous pictures, figures, graphs, and schematic models to ensure a clear understanding of the science and engineering of corrosion
Ultrasonic irradiation and the associated sonochemical and sonophysical effects are complementary techniques for driving more efficient chemical reactions and yields. Sonochemistry—the chemical effects and applications of ultrasonic waves—and sustainable (green) chemistry both aim to use less hazardous chemicals and solvents, reduce energy consumption, and increase product selectivity. A comprehensive collection of knowledge, Handbook on Applications of Ultrasound covers the most relevant aspects linked to and linking green chemistry practices to environmental sustainability through the uses and applications of ultrasound-mediated and ultrasound-assisted biological, biochemical, chemical, and physical processes. Chapters are presented in the areas of: Medical applications Drug and gene delivery Nanotechnology Food technology Synthetic applications and organic chemistry Anaerobic digestion Environmental contaminants degradation Polymer chemistry Industrial syntheses and processes Reactor design Electrochemical systems Combined ultrasound−microwave technologies While the concepts of sonochemistry have been known for more than 80 years, in-depth understanding of this phenomenon continues to evolve. Through a review of the current status of chemical and physical science and engineering in developing more environmentally friendly and less toxic synthetic processes, this book highlights many existing applications and the enormous potential of ultrasound technology to upgrade present industrial, agricultural, and environmental processes.
The book presents theoretical insights, characterization tools and mechanisms of green corrosion inhibitors and their industrial applications in areas such as reinforced concrete, coating, aircraft, oil and gas, acid pickling, water industry and the protection of metals and alloys used in electronic devices. Keywords: Biocorrosion Prevention, Green Corrosion Inhibitors, Corrosion Prevention of Metals & Alloys, Corrosion Inhibitors for Concrete, Corrosion Prevention for Electronic Devices, Biological Wastes, Biodegradable Plants, Smart Coatings, Quantum Chemistry, Molecular Dynamics, Simulation, Quantitative Structure Activity Relationship (QSAR), Pyrazine Corrosion Inhibitors.
Corrosion inhibitors are an important method for minimizing corrosion; however traditional inhibitors such as chromates pose environmental problems. Rare earth metals provide an important, environmentally-friendly alternative. This book provides a comprehensive review of current research and examines how rare earth metals can be used to prevent corrosion and applied to protect metals in such industries as aerospace and construction. Chapter 1 begins by examining the important need to replace chromate, and then goes on to discuss the chemistry of the rare earth metals and their related compounds. Chapter 2 considers the techniques that can be used to identify corrosion inhibition mechanisms and to test the levels of protection offered to different metals by rare earth compounds. Subsequent chapters consider in more detail how rare earth elements can be used as corrosion inhibitors in different forms and for different metals. This includes discussion on the potential of rare earth elements for self-healing, tunable and multifunctional coatings. Finally, chapter 10 considers the cost and availability of the rare earths and the potential health and environmental risks associated with extracting them. Provides a review of current research and examines how rare earth metals can be used to prevent corrosion and applied to protect metals in such industries as aerospace and construction. Includes discussion on the potential of rare earth elements for self-healing, tunable and multifunctional coatings. Considers the cost and availability of the rare earths and the potential health and environmental risks associated with extracting them.
This book aims to provide readers with the latest and relevant trends in corrosion. Use of inhibitors is one of the most common, cheap, and globally followed methods for the protection of metals from aggressive solutions. The information contained in this book covers different corrosion inhibitors for different corrosive environments with sufficient experimental data, surface studies, and theoretical studies. These studies altogether will give readers a good view of the basic and advanced knowledge of corrosion inhibitors and will be of interest to students, academicians, and industrialists.
Environmentally Sustainable Corrosion Inhibitors: Fundamentals and Industrial Applications covers the latest research developments in environmentally friendly, sustainable corrosion inhibitors. The book addresses the fundamental characteristics, synthesis, characterization and mechanisms of corrosion inhibitors. In addition, it presents a chronological overview of the growth of the field, with numerous examples of its broad-ranging industrial applications in a.o. food, the environment, electronics, and the oil and gas industries. The book concludes with discussions about commercialization and economics. This is an indispensable reference for chemical engineers and chemists working in R&D and academia who want to learn more about environmentally-friendly, sustainable corrosion inhibitors systems. Explains how to use environmentally-friendly, sustainable corrosion inhibitors in modern industry and manufacturing Promotes corrosion inhibitors as a prime option for sustainable and transformational opportunities Provides up-to-date reference material, including websites of interest and information on the latest research
To protect metals or alloys from corrosion, some methods can be used such as isolating the structure from the aggressive media or compensating the loss of electrons from the corroded structure. The use of corrosion inhibitors may include organic and inorganic compounds that adsorb on the metallic structure to isolate it from its surrounding media to decrease oxidation-reduction processes. This book collects new developments about corrosion inhibitors and their recent applications.
Polymeric Corrosion Inhibitors for Greening the Chemical and Petrochemical Industry Primary reference on polymeric corrosion inhibitors for researchers and professionals in the chemical and petrochemical industries Polymeric Corrosion Inhibitors for Greening the Chemical and Petrochemical Industry provides an extensive overview of polymeric corrosion inhibitors for chemical and petrochemical industry—from design, synthesis, and characterization—to applications. The text discusses the different media in which corrosion is observed and enables readers to minimize/prevent pipes and other plant systems’ failures by adequately dealing with corrosion. Considering the high importance of corrosion inhibitors development for the chemical and petrochemical industries, this book aims to provide fundamental and current practice with comprehensive coverage of the recent advancements of green polymeric corrosion inhibitors that could be used. The text systematically presents fundamentals, up-to-date development, and industrial applications of polymeric corrosion inhibitors. In Polymeric Corrosion Inhibitors for Greening the Chemical and Petrochemical Industry, readers can expect to find specific information on: Water- and oil-soluble polymeric corrosion inhibitors, plus polymeric corrosion inhibitors for acid, CO2 (sweet), H2S (sour), cooling water, and basic media Polymers as kinetic hydrate inhibitors, high-temperature polymeric corrosion inhibitors, and polymeric inhibitors for microbiologically influenced corrosion Surface characterization techniques in corrosion inhibition research and guidelines for designing corrosion inhibitors for oil and gas production The impact of corrosion inhibitors as green polymeric materials and what they mean for the future of the field Polymeric Corrosion Inhibitors for Greening the Chemical and Petrochemical Industry is a primary reference for researchers and professionals in the material science, chemistry and electrochemistry, chemical, mechanical, and metallurgical engineering industries who wish to counter the economic and environmental consequences of corrosion in various plant systems.