PE 318 – corrosion Engineering

Course lecturer :

Associate .Prof.Marwa Abdelfattah

Course assistant :

Eng.Dina Sobhy

Course objectives :

At the end of this course the students will be well known of the following: 1- Offering the students strong background in Corrosion Science and its practical applications in industry. 2- Introductive basic principles of the Corrosion, Cost of Corrosion, Definition of corrosion, Corrosion damage and its Classifications 3- Studying the Principals of Electrochemical reactions. 4- Identification the mechanism of Corrosion. 5- Recognition of Corrosion monitoring and detection. 6- Studying the methods for corrosion prevention and control.

Course description :

Types of Corrosion and mechanisms, corrosion monitoring and detection, metallurgical aspects of corrosion and material selection, corrosion prevention and control.

Course assessment :

Class works including drop quizzes, solving assignment problems, 10% practical Works 5% reports & presentations 5% Practical exam 10% Mid Term Written Exam 20% Final Written Exam 50%

Recommended text books :

1. David E .J, Talbot, Corrosion science and technology,2nd ed. 2007
2. Pierre R Roberge, corrosion engineering principles and practice, 2008
3. V.S.Sastri , Edward Ghali, Mimoun Elboujdaini, Corrosion prevention and protection practical solutions, 2nd Ed., Prentice Hall, London, 2006.

Recommended refrences :

M. G. Fontana, Corrosion Engineering, 3rd Ed., McGraw-Hill, New York, 1986