Best Reference Books – Industrial Corrosion and Tribology

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Industrial Corrosion and Tribology subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Industrial Corrosion and Tribology along with reviews.

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1. “Corrosion Problems and Solutions in Oil Refining and Petrochemical Industry (Topics in Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality)” by Alec Groysman

“Corrosion Problems and Solutions in Oil Refining and Petrochemical Industry (Topics in Safety, Risk, Reliability and Quality)” Book Review: This book is written for professionals working in the petrochemical industry. It is also useful to students looking to pursue a career in this industry. This book provides information on corrosion problems and their solutions at facilities in the oil refining and petrochemical industry, including cooling water and boiler feed water units. The author also talks about problems with pipelines, tanks, furnaces, distillation columns, absorbers and heat exchangers. Descriptions about naphthenic acid corrosion, stress corrosion cracking, hydrogen damages, sulfidic corrosion and many more are also included.

2. “Protection against Erosive Wear using Thermal Sprayed Cermet: A Review” by Carlos P Bergmann and Juliane Vicenzi

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“Protection against Erosive Wear using Thermal Sprayed Cermet: A Review” Book Review: This book is written for professionals working in the petrochemical industry. It is also useful to students looking to pursue a career in this industry. Elaborate information about erosive wear is included in this book. The author has included studies undertaken in this field by several investigators. A table review that contains information about the most important mechanisms of the erosive wear in bulk and coating cermets is included at the end of the book.

3. “Bearing Tribology: Principles and Applications” by Ming Qiu and Long Chen

“Bearing Tribology: Principles and Applications” Book Review: This book is written for engineers involved in bearing design. This book elaborate describes advanced tribological design, theory and methods. It also provides practical technical references for investments in bearing design and manufacturing. The author has included theories, methods and cases from the practical engineering experience gained and research conducted by her team since the 2000s. Academic papers, technical reports and patent literatures are also included in this book.

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4. “Pedestrian Fall Safety Assessments: Improved Understanding on Slip Resistance Measurements and Investigations” by In-Ju Kim

“Pedestrian Fall Safety Assessments: Improved Understanding on Slip Resistance Measurements and Investigations” Book Review: This book is written for researchers, practicing engineers and public safety officials looking for information about pedestrian slips. An extensive research is done on the surface properties of shoes and flow, and the measurement of dynamic friction and other mechanical and physical aspects of shoe-floor tribology. The author also proposes a measurement concept for the identification and classification of operational floor surfaces under a range of different conditions. Other topics like friction, wear, lubrication and the mechanical behavior of shoes are also included in this book.

5. “Bioactive Glasses: Potential Biomaterials for Future Therapy (Series in BioEngineering)” by Gurbinder Kaur

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“Bioactive Glasses: Potential Biomaterials for Future Therapy (Series in BioEngineering)” Book Review: This book is written for researchers, practicing engineers and people interested in learning about bioactive glasses. Descriptions about the history, origin and basic characteristics of bioactive materials are included in this book. The author also elaborately explains topics like hydroxyapatite mineral, determination of cytotoxicity for bioactivity and many more. The applications of bioactive materials for tissue regeneration, bone regeneration and cancer therapy are also covered.

6. “Chemistry and Technology of Lubricants” by Stefan T Orszulik and Roy M Mortier

“Chemistry and Technology of Lubricants” Book Review: This book is written for people working in the lubricants industry and individuals working within academia seeking a chemist’s viewpoint of lubrication. It is also written for engineers and technologists. The author provides information about the chemistry and technology of base oils, additives and applications of liquid lubricants. It also provides information about the testing of lubricants, refinery processes and many more.

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7. “Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Tribology and Engineering Systems: ICATES 2013 (Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering)” by Himanshu C Patel and Gunamani Deheri

“Proceedings of International Conference on Advances in Tribology and Engineering Systems: ICATES 2013 (Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering)” Book Review: This book is written for students, researchers, academicians, and professionals working in the area of tribology. It is also written for researchers and professionals working in fluid-film lubrication and other practical applications of tribology. This book contains information about lubrication theory and related aspects presented by researchers during ICATES 2013 held at Gujarat Technological University, Ahmedabad, India during October 15–17, 2013. A wide range of topics like nanotribology, bio-nanotribology have been included in this book.

8. “Chemical Solution Deposition of Functional Oxide Thin Films” by Theodor Schneller and Marija Kosec
9. “Nano-tribology and Materials in MEMS” by Sujeet K Sinha and N Satyanarayana
10. “Nanostructured Materials for Engineering Applications” by Carlos P Bergmann and Monica Jung de Andrade

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“Nanostructured Materials for Engineering Applications” Book Review: This book is written for engineers and students looking for information about applications of nanostructured materials in Engineering. An elaborate introduction is given to nanostructured materials along with different engineering applications. The author addresses the special phenomena and potentials involved in the applications. Information about the materials used in different applications in engineering like opto-electronics, energy, tribology, bio-applications, catalysis and reinforcement are also included. This book also contains practical examples for better understanding.

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