By John G. Stoecker
This really useful handbook is the much-awaited follow-up to "A sensible guide on Microbiologically encouraged Corrosion", first published through NACE foreign in 1993. an ideal better half to the 1st version, quantity makes use of a similar structure whereas delivering new fabric and present advancements with a global impact. a few of the themes lined contain: The position microorganisms play in corrosion reactions, the incidence of MIC in various industries, suggestion on tips to determine even if corrosion difficulties are with regards to MIC, and MIC therapy and prevention suggestions. the subjects indexed above are illustrated via a variety of charts, graphs, and images. each one bankruptcy is authored by means of a famous specialist within the box of MIC.
desk of Contents
2. Fungal-Influenced Corrosion of Metals in Humid Environments
three. Biodegradation of Nonmetallic Engineering fabrics
four. The Biodeterioration of creating fabrics
five. Microbiologically inspired Corrosion in fireplace safety Sprinkler structures
6. MIC in Underground Environments: exterior Corrosion within the fuel Pipeline
7. MIC within the strength
eight. MIC within the Waste remedy Industries
nine. therapy for the Mitigation of MIC
10. thoughts for MIC tracking
eleven. MIC Case Histories
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Although cyanobacteria (formerly blue-green algae) and algae are organisms commonly associated with aquatic ecosystems, they also are widespread over terrestrial substrata. Their occurrence at the surface of soils, stones, and trees, particularly in moist areas, is well known. In building materials they grow in humid places, on cornices, in holes and crevices, or beneath crusts, where water is retained and evaporation is slow owing to protection against winds or direct sunshine. 2 Phototrophic microorganisms on the fagade of the cathedral of Salamanca, Spain.
Biodeterior. 28( 1991): 151-1 63. J. Garcia-Rowe and C. Saiz-Jimenez, “A Case Study of the Corrosion of Stone by Lichens: the Mosaics of the Roman Remains of Italica,” in Microbial Corrosion, eds. C. K. Tiller (London, UK: The Institute of Materials, 1992), pp. 275-281. K. K. Iskandar, “Pedogenetic Significance of Lichens,” in The Lichens, eds. V. E. Hale (New York, NY: Academic Press, 1973), pp. 225-248. M. del Monte, C. Sabbioni, and G. Zappia, “The Origin of Calcium Oxalates on Historical Buildings, Monuments and Natural Outcrops,” Sci.
12 Wall of the cloister of the Jeronimos monastery, Lisbon, Portugal, colonized by lichens. ) massiliensis forma sorediafa, an ecologically interesting lichen now profoundly affecting a wide range of ecological niches because of its ability to exploit man-made substrata, causes physicochemical deterioration of the Renaissance frescoes at Palazzo Farnese, in Caprarola, Italy. This is exemplified in the production of oxalates to a depth of 20 mm and in the mechanical damage to the substratum when naturally detached.
A Practical Manual on Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion, Volume 2 by John G. Stoecker