My goal is simple: I’d like to create a free, as in freedom, repository with the state-of-the-art on corrosion science and engineering. I’d also like this site to become a trustworthy source of information for engineering and graduate students taking fundamental (and not so much so) classes on corrosion and electrochemistry. If you are a student, a technician working in the field, or a seasoned professional this will be your go-to site!
Posts are written in a peer-reviewed publication style with links to original sources always provided. Topics cover many areas including:
- basic materials corrosion science,
- corrosion in the oil and gas industry,
- environmentally assisted cracking (EAC) of corrosion resistance alloys (CRAs),
- corrosion of non-ferrous alloys such as aluminum and titanium,
- corrosion inhibitors,
- microbially induced corrosion (MIC),
- monitoring techniques, probes, etc.
Additionally, I plan on having guest posts to cover special topics.
Even though the information presented here is correct to the best of my knowledge, I do not pretend to have the last word. I urge all my readers to leave comments, start discussions, and help me correct mistakes. I firmly believe in the spirit of open collaboration. Together we can empower the next generation of corrosion and materials engineers.
Unless stated otherwise, all charts, photos, and tables are published under the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 license. They are free to use for non-commercial purposes. You can also modify the work as long as you share it under the same license.
If you like to contribute content to the site or have any suggestions, please contact me.
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