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Corrosion engineers today spend enormous amounts of time and money searching multiple detailed sources and variable industry-specific standards to locate known remedies to corrosion equipment problems. Corrosion Atlas Series is the first centralized collection of case studies containing challenges paired directly with solutions together in one location. The first two releases of content in the series, Corrosion Atlas Case Studies: 2019 Edition and Corrosion Atlas Case Studies: 2021 Edition give engineers expedient daily corrosion solutions for common industrial equipment, no matter the industry. Providing a purely operational level view, these references are designed as concise case studies categorized by material and includes content surrounding the phenomenon, equipment appearance supported by a color image, time of service, conditions where the corrosion occurred, cause, and suggested remedies within each case study. Additional reference listings for deeper understanding beyond the practical elements are also included as well as a glossary and technical cross-referencing to be utilized across many industries. Rounding out with an introductory foundational layer of corrosion principles critical to all engineers, Corrosion Atlas Case Studies delivers the daily tool required for engineers today to solve and learn from their equipment’s corrosion problems.
- Peer-reviewed by the Editor supported by an international editorial board
- Addresses major industrial pieces of equipment, covering multiple industries such as petroleum engineering, chemical engineering, and material science
- Identifies failures by appearance with color figures included within each case study
- Provides additional supportive literature through additional journal articles
Fuad Khoshnaw, Subject Head of Science, Engineering and Computing programmes at De Montfort University (DMU), United Kingdom
In 2010, Fuad Khoshnaw, received Ph.D. in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering from Loughborough University, UK. Previously, he studied Production Engineering and Metallurgy BSc (1986) at the Technical University, Baghdad – Iraq, from where he received MSc (1991) and Ph.D. (1995). In 2005, he has become a Chevening scholar through joining Chevening Technology Enterprise Scholar (CTES) programme, through finishing the Innovation and Technology course at London Business School. From 2010 to 2016, he worked as a Professor of Materials and Manufacturing as well as the Dean of Faculty of Engineering at Koya University, Kurdistan, Iraq. So far, he has published 50 papers in different international journals and conferences in the fields of corrosion, welding, fracture mechanics and biomaterials, also editor of 5 books.
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