Home Courses About OCW Feedback / Contact

ME472 - Corrosion Engineering I

Course Description

Technical and economical aspects of corrosion problems. Types of corrosion; pitting, crevice, intergranular, galvanic and stress corrosion cracking. Mechanisms and prevention of corrosion failures. Cathodic protection of pipelines and submerged structures. Principles of inhibition of corrosion in process industries. Behavior of iron, copper, aluminum and their alloys in corrosive environments. Metallurgical aspects of corrosion. Design considerations in prevention of corrosion failures.


Semester Instructor(s)
ME472 - Spring 2006/2007
  • Dr. Zuhair Mattoug Gasem
  • RSS Feeds RSS Feeds Terms of Use Terms of Use Site Map Site Map

    Creative Commons - some rights reserved
    OCW Consortium Logo