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Author: Philip A. Schweitzer P.E.
ISBN: 0824756762
Subcategory: Engineering
Pages 874 pages
Publisher CRC; 5th Rev and Expanded ed. edition (March 31, 2004)
Language English
Category: Engineering
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 804
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eBook Corrosion Resistance Tables: Part D download

by Philip A. Schweitzer P.E.

Neither this book nor any part may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means . Philip A. Schweitzer, . Corrosion Resistance Tables.

Corrosion Resistance Tables: Part B (Corrosion Technology).

Corrosion Resistance Tables: Metals, Nonmetals, Coatings, Mortars, Plastics .

Schweitzer, Philip A. Publication date. Corrosion and anti-corrosives - Tables.

Philip A. The book also includes tables that compare various coating materials in the presence of selected corrodents.

A compatibility table for each piping system, compiling the corrosion resistance of over 175 common corrodents, is provided. Download (pdf, 11. 3 Mb) Donate Read. Schweitzer. Paint and Coatings: Applications and Corrosion Resistance (Corrosion Technology).

I have been using an earlier version of this book (1986) for the last 10 years, since working in the chemical industry.
I have found that it is always my first stop in checking materials compatability, since it is so easy to use. Although there can be more complex issues when selecting a material, often all that is needed is either a go/no go answer for a preliminary costing exercise, or for a simple situation. This book is great for that.
For more complex situations there are specific material data sheets available.
It's a pity that this book is out of prinat, as I would have liked a more up to date version.
Easy to use layout. Excellent reference. The book does not explain where the data came from. I looked in previous versions, and even the single volume version published in 1976 did not have a "Methods" section. I think that is really odd, and is the reason I did not give it a five star rating.
I found this set of books to be very useful in my engineering projects in terms of material selection. I'd recommend it to all plant / project engineers