Corrosion Modeling and Research Development

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  • Corrosion uncertainty modelling for steel structures

    Review of factors that affect corrosion in a marine environment
  • A New Corrosion Model for the Deterioration of Steel Structures in Marine Environments

    Link to Article Qin and Cui: A New Corrosion Model for the Deterioration of Steel Structures in Marine Environments
  • Effects of corrosion models on the time-dependent reliabiltiy of steel plated elements

    Authors: S, Qin & W. Cui
    Examination of the model proposed in prior article on the time dependent loss due to corrosion and reliability of steel plated elements
  • Ultimate Shear Strength of Plate Elements with Pit Corrosion Wastage

    Link to ArticleJeom Kee Paik, Jae Myung Lee, Man Ju Ko
    Authors: Paik, Lee, Ko
  • Examples of Mathematical Modellng of Long Term General Corrosion of Structural Steels in Sea Water

    Link to Text (may have to on campus?)Author: Melchers: study and comparison of corrosion of structural steels in sea water off the coasts of Vietnam and China.
  • Bayesian Modeling of Pitting Corrosion in Steam Generators

    Link to Full Thesis Author: Dan MaoA thesis presented to the University of Waterloo in fulfillment of the thesis requirement for the degree of Master of Applied Science in Civil Engineering
  • Remaining capacity assessment of corrosion damaged beams using minimum curves

    Author: R. Rahgozar
    Examination of the remaining capacity of corroded beams using test results and modelling
  • Developement of New Anti-Corrosion Method (IECOS) for Marine Steel Structures

  • Mild Steel Corrosion Modelling in the Presence of Hydrogen Sulphide in Aqueous Solutions

    Link to Article (may have to be on campus?)Authors: M. Shayegani, A. Afshar, M. Ghorbani, and M. Rahmaniyan
  • Mild Steel Carbon Dioxide Corrosion Modelling in Aqueous Solutions

    Link to Article (may have to be on campus?)Authors: M. Shayegani, A. Afshar, M. Ghorbani, and M. Rahmaniyan
  • Remaining capacity assessment of corrosion damaged beams using minimum curves

    Link to ArticleAuthor: Rahgozar
  • Steel Piling Corrosion Management of Al-Zubare Harbor

    Authors: M. Hafiz, H. Mohyaldeen
    Developing, implementing and examining a new corrosion protection plan for the Al-Zubare Harbour.
  • Strength and deformability of corroded steel plates under quasi-static tensile load

    Authors: Md. Ahmmad and Y. Sumi
    The use of a vision sensor system allowed for successful measure of the true stress-strain relationship of steel plates. Then deformability and strength were investigated both experimentally and numerically.
    The reduction in deformability and energy abosorbtion capacity due to pitting corrosion and general corrosion could be estimated by the developed proposed formula.
    Link to Article
  • NACE: High Level Corrosion Risk Assessment Methodology For Oil and Gas Systems

  • Evaluation of the remaining lateral torsion buckling capacity in corroded steel members

    Authors: Rahgozar & Sharifi
    Using four sample beams taken from a petro chemical plant the estimated LTB capacity was examined and modeled
  • Simple Assessment Method to Estimate the Remaining Moment Capcity of Corroded I-Beam Sections

    Yasser Sharifi and Reza Rahgozar: Simple Assessment Method to Estimate the Remaining Moment Capcity of Corroded I-Beam Sections Development of a simple calculation method based on the percent reduction in material to find the remaining moment capacity. A good method that may help a practicing engineer make a quick and reliable assessment of corroded beams. Link to Article
  • Remaining Moment Capacity of Corroded Steel Beams

    Sharifi & Rahgozar article on determining the remaining moment capicity of corroded steel I beams. Additionally, they examined when section class is altered by loss of material due to corrosion.
  • Risk Assessment of CorrodibleSystems—An Overview

    Link to ArticleNarasi Sridhar, FNACE, Det Norske Veritas (U.S.A.), Inc.Dublin, Ohio