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This truly practical manual is the much-awaited follow-up to "A Practical Manual on Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion", first released by NACE International in 1993. A perfect companion to the First Edition, Volume Two uses the same format while providing new material and current developments with an international influence. Some of the topics covered include: The role microorganisms play in corrosion reactions, the occurrence of MIC in varying industries, advice on how to identify whether or not corrosion problems are related to MIC, and MIC treatment and prevention tips. The topics listed above are illustrated through numerous charts, graphs, and photographs. Each chapter is authored by a recognized expert in the field of MIC. Content: Front Matter • Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Fungal-Influenced Corrosion of Metals in Humid Environments 3. Biodegradation of Nonmetallic Engineering Materials 4. The Biodeterioration of Building Materials 5. Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion in Fire Protection Sprinkler Systems 6. MIC in Underground Environments: External Corrosion in the Gas Pipeline Industry 7. MIC in the Power Industry Color Plates 8. MIC in the Waste Treatment Industries 9. Treatment for the Mitigation of MIC 10. Techniques for MIC Monitoring 11. MIC Case Histories Index
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