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Plastics for Corrosion Inhibition

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ISBN-13:
9783540238492
Einband:
Book
Erscheinungsdatum:
22.04.2005
Seiten:
383
Autor:
Victor A. Goldade
Gewicht:
679 g
Format:
241x164x22 mm
Serie:
82, Springer Series in Materials Science
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Plastic coating is an important method of corrosion proctection
Design Principles of Plastics Containing Metal Corrosion Inhibitors.- Films Incorporating Corrosion Inhibitors.- Inhibited Coatings.- Structural Inhibited Plastics.- Inhibited Engineering Service Materials.- Economic and Social Aspects of Adoption of Inhibited Plastics.
One of the key problems of failure-free operation of machinery is prevention of corrosion. The global scale of modern production makes this problem even more critical. At the beginning of the 21st century industrial contami- tion and the corrosion-active nature of the environment reached a level such that corrosive damage of materials became commensurate with their prod- tion volume and expenditure on anticorrosion protection of machines became comparable with investments in basic production. Anticorrosion techniques changed from being an auxiliary service to industrial enterprises into a dev- oping, scienti?cally intensive and generously ?nanced branch of production. Polymers occupy a very speci?c place amongst anticorrosion techniques. Polymers combine good chemical resistance with impermeability to di?- ent media and unusual deformation characteristics. The main principle of their application as anticorrosion means is the creation of a tight barrier that insulates metal machine parts or constructions from corrosion agents. The advantages of polymers allow the creation of such a barrier at minimal cost,providingprotectionoftheworkingmachinesfromcorrosion,combining their manufacture with preservation and decreasing the cost of anticorrosion. This is one of the main reasons why world production of polymer materials increased by almost 50% in the past decade.