Here is the listing of Best reference books on High Temperature Corrosion.
|1. “High Temperature Corrosion” by Per Kofstad
Book Review:The book describes oxidation processes of metals and alloys at elevated temperatures. The book also explains the fundamental concepts that are used to understand degradation phenomena. The book also introduces basic principles of thermodynamics, corrosion mechanisms for metals and alloys. The booka also discusses oxidation processes that are used in complex systems ranging from mixed environment reactions to protective techniques that also includes coatings and atmosphere control. The book is useful for material scientists and engineers dealing with elementary processes.
|2. “Corrosion and Oxidation of Metals” by U.R. Evans
Book Review:This book describes the basics of high temperature corrrosion and oxidation. The book also demonstrates the reaction of metals with different environments at high temperatures, the mechanisms of reactions, different environment corrosivity, controlling metals that react with different temperature with different environments, material selection for high temperature applications and many more. This is a very good textbook for graduate and postgraduate courses on high temperature corrosion. The book contains chapters on defects in metal oxides, high temperature coatings and many more.
|3. “Introduction to High Temperature Oxidation of Metals” by N. Birks and G.H. Meier|
|4. “Introduction to High Temperature Oxidation and Corrosion” by A.S. Khanna|
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