By Dr Damien Feron
Copper and aluminum alloys are everyday in marine engineering in components corresponding to pipelines, garage tanks, ships' hulls, and cladding for offshore buildings. Written via a world panel less than professional editorial course, Corrosion Behaviour and safeguard of Copper and Aluminium Alloys in Seawater stories key elements affecting the corrosion and repair lifetime of copper and aluminum alloys within the marine surroundings. The booklet is split into 5 elements, with half 1 reviewing key elements of the corrosion habit of either those alloys. half 2 discusses using copper and copper-nickel alloys in seawater, whereas components three and four hide aluminum bronzes and alloys. the ultimate element of the e-book covers using aluminum-based fabrics as anodes for the cathodic safety of marine buildings.
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38]. The effects of surface films on the anodic and cathodic kinetics of NAB under various flow and erosion–corrosion conditions are reviewed. These findings confirm that NAB is the most seawater corrosion–erosion resistant of the available copper-based alloys. Some work has been published that evaluates the corrosive wear resistance of copperbased alloys and other materials used for sliding parts in seawater to clarify their damage behaviour . Hodgkiess et al.  observed the galvanic interactions on the surface of copper-based alloys during jet impingement erosion–corrosion tests with and without entrained solids.
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2 Seawater flow enhanced erosion–corrosion and erosion–corrosion of aluminium and copper alloys Aluminium In general, the degradation of aluminium is expected to depend on flow velocity. In potable/distilled water, very small mass losses occur, slowly increasing with flow velocity. In seawater, mass losses are larger, but may be (more than) balanced by mass gains from precipitation of corrosion products. In general, the latter dominate at low velocities, but mass losses dominate at higher flow rates.