Sources of Information

Reference and instructional links below for various information dealing with corrosion, including links for training and education

CEOCOR

An International scientific, non-profit association for the study of corrosion and prevention of corrosion in pipes and pipeline systems; drinking and waste water, gas and oil.

A forum for high level technical exchange with an annual Congress and Working Parties that meet twice a year. Members are from most of Europe plus some non-European participation.

The Institute of Corrosion are ‘Adherent’ Members and have a place on the Board. The 2018 Congress will be in Stratford upon Avon.

Corrosion Prevention Association

Corrosion Prevention Association is a non-profit trade association representing consultants, contractors and manufacturers working in the field of corrosion prevention of steel in concrete and masonry. The CPA produces guidance notes and pre-standards related to methods of corrosion prevention and protection for steel in concrete and masonry. Techniques include cathodic protection (both impressed current and galvanic), realkalisation, chloride extraction and corrosion inhibitors.

Many members are also Members or Sustaining Members of the Institute of Corrosion. The CPA and ICorr work together in the delivery of the ICorr Training and Certification Scheme for Cathodic Protection Technicians in the sector of steel in concrete, in accordance with BS EN 15257.

Marine Corrosion Forum (MCF)

Marine Corrosion Forum is a non-profit association for the exchange of technical knowledge on material and wet corrosion matters relevant to the marine, offshore and related industries. Its aim is to advance the practical, technical and scientific understanding of marine corrosion. It is UK based and meets 4 times per year, typically in London, Aberdeen and the Midlands. Its meetings are open to members and guests interested in membership.

Many members are also Members of the Institute of Corrosion. The MCF and ICorr are cooperating in efforts to bring new entrants into materials and corrosion engineering.

Marine Painting Forum

The Marine Painting Forum provides for an interchange of information and ideas between companies involved in the manufacture, application and use of paints and related products in the marine industry.

The University of Manchester

“The Corrosion & Protection Centre (CPC) is one of the oldest Research Centres within Europe dealing exclusively with corrosion science and engineering. Today it continues to host the first postgraduate course in Corrosion Control Engineering, of its kind within the UK.

“We are proud that many of the Corrosion Scientists and Engineers, employed worldwide, have their educational roots from the Manchester CPC. We are equally proud of the long standing relationship we have with industry, as reflected by the significant funding that continues to support both fundamental and applied research.”

Robert Akid, BP/RAEng Professor of Corrosion and Materials.

UK National Physical Laboratory

The National Corrosion Service (NCS) provides a Gateway to Expertise on many aspects of materials degradation.

Because of its major impact on the economy, corrosion continues to figure prominently in the remit of this service.

A wide range of NCS products and services, as well as publications, including the very popular Corrosion Guides, is available.

Advice can now be obtained from the experts at NPL, and other sources, on problems resulting from a wide range of deterioration mechanisms, including the effects of wear, fatigue and high temperature exposure, and other processes specific to polymers, composites and ceramics. Click here for a list of contacts and services that cover a variety of requirements.

Sandvik Materials Properties

The Sandvik program includes an extensive range of advanced stainless steels and special alloys as well as titanium and zirconium products. In the materials centre you have access to, for example, data sheets and corrosion tables for our materials.

Shreir’s Corrosion

Corrosion Doctors

For most of us, corrosion is the degradation of metals that is often called rust  and is a curse we have to endure helplessly. The mission of this popular Web siteis to improve the general awareness of what corrosion is all about, from complicated processes that are at play even behind the simplest corrosion reactions to the impact corrosion may have on complex systems (pipelines, cars, central heating, …) and human health (implants, allergies, toxic metals …).

.Many are surprised when they learn that there are many ways to prevent and control this natural force. The Corrosion Doctors’ visitors are also surprised when they learn that these corrosion processes may also be happening inside their own body!! However, the topics covered in the many pages of the Web site go much beyond metallic corrosion because … what is corrosion after all?

US Dept of Defence

Corrodere is the most advanced and innovative method of education and training for the surface treatment and coatings industry.

The training programme has been developed with industry experts to provide a comprehensive package of modules that are available to ensure the user gains an insight into basic corrosion, methods of surface treatment and application of protective coatings.

Text books on Corrosion/Corrosion Prevention

The Institute of Corrosion now have publications available for you to acquire Free of Charge upon requests, but postage will be charged of £5/edition within the UK. Some of the publication are quite old and may be out of print but it would be useful for research purposes etc.

 

The List of Corrosion and Corrosion Related Science and Technology book available are as follow;

Title Author Publisher ISBN No./ Other Date
Corrosion Volumes 1 and 2 L L Shrier George Newnes 1965
Corrosion Guide 2nd Edition Erich Rabald USA Library of Congress Catalogue No. 67-19853

1968

Rare bookWell used condition

Corrosion & Control 2nd edition

Introduction to Corrosion Science and Engineering

 

H H Uhlig

 

USA

 

0-471-85941-299-7

 

1971

Corrosion and Protection of Metals 4 papers Institute of Metals Iliffe Press   1964
Corrosion Engineering Fontana and Greene McGraw Hill Library of Congress Catalogue No. 67-19901 21460 1967
An Engineers Approach to Corrosion C.F.Trigg Pitman and Sons Ltd.   1952
Protective Painting of Iron and Steel Structures 1st and 2nd Editions Fancutt and Hudson Chapman and Hall  

1957

1968

         
Basic Corrosion Technology for Scientists and Engineers 2nd Edition Einar Mattsson Institute of Materials   1995
Handbook of Stainless Steels Peckner and Bernstein   0-07-049147-X 1977

Stainless Iron and Steel Volumes 1 and 2

3rd Editions

J H G Moneypenny    

1951

1954

Steels Metallurgy and Applications D T Llewellyn Butterworth- Heinemann 0-7506 1090 5 1992
Dewpoint Corrosion D R Holmes (ed)

Ellis Horwood

(ICST)

0-85312-839-1 1986
Corrosion in Packaging

Northampton

Polytechnic

The Packaging and Allied Trades RA

Institute of Packaging

 

1954

Phosphating and Metal pre Treatment

A Guide to Modern Processes and Practice

 

D B Freeman

 

 

0-85941-299-7

 

1986

SIS 05 59 00 Pictorial Surface Preparation Standards for Painting No1

Swedish

Korrosioninstitute

SSPC   1967
         
BS CP 2008 Protective Coating of Iron and Steel Structures from Corrosion BSI BSI

 

 

1966
BS 5493 Code of Practice for Protective Coating of Iron and Steel Structures against Corrosion BSI BSI

 

 

1977
Zinc Its Corrosion Resistance

Zinc Development

Association

ZDA   1971

Paint Film Defects Their Causes and Cure

2nd Edition

Manfred Hess     1965
Handbook of the British Wire Process of Metal Spraying  (1st Ed.) Metallization Metallization

 

 

 

1945
Design Guide for Fabricated Assembly and Erection of Hollow Steel Structures

 

 

TUV-Verlag 3-8249-0443-8 1998
         
Industrial Coating Training Manual

 

Corrodere

 

Corrodere   200?
Fitz Atlas of Coating Defects       200?
         
MaCaws Pipeline Defects (Coatings)  

Yellow Pencil

Marketing Co.

0-95444295-0-8 200?