Average annual salaries in 2016 are reported for corrosion professionals in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, and Europe. A slight gain was seen for the United States and United Kingdom, while a larger increase was recorded in Canada.
What was first thought to be an infiltration problem evolved to include serious sewer structural and longevity concerns, and liner piping provided a potential solution.
Scientists are developing a new technology capable of detecting the level of rust on metal structures, such as bridges, from up to 100 m (328 ft) away. The project could save millions in surveying costs and remove the need for potentially dangerous inspections.
This article presents performance data on polyamino polyether methylene phosphonic acid (PAPEMP) on various mineral scales commonly encountered in boiler, cooling, desalination, geothermal, gas, and oil systems.
When a vertical seawater tank sprang a leak at a coastal hydrocarbon storage tank farm in Italy, the tight time window for repair meant that only solutions with very short cure times were an option.
This article explores possible remedies to cavitation, including finishing the surfaces of pump components with a hydrophobic composite coating with a smooth and glassy surface.
Impressed current anodes for atmospherically exposed steel in concrete are very different from anodes for underground and underwater applications.
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