• Samuel A. Bradford


Any time corrosion comes up in casual conversation, people talk about their old cars. Everyone who owns a car over 5-years old has first-hand experience with rusting, along with the bitter knowledge of what it costs in reliability and resale value (see Fig. 1-1). In recent years, automobile manufacturers have faced the problem and have begun to control corrosion by improving design, by sacrificial and inhibiting coatings, and by greater use of plastics.


Corrosion Control Cathodic Protection Time Corrosion Corrosion Engineer North American City 
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