MS3304 Corrosion and Marine Environmental Deterioration

The fundamentals of corrosion science and the practice of corrosion engineering are discussed. The objectives include an appreciation of the varied causes, mechanisms and effects of corrosion. Fundamental topics such as basic electrochemistry, polarization and passivity are covered. A primary goal of the course is the development of skill in the recognition and prevention of a wide variety of types of corrosion. Standard methods of corrosion control are discussed, including cathodic protection, coatings, alloy selection and inhibitors.

Prerequisite

MS2201 or equivalent or consent of instructor

Lecture Hours

3

Lab Hours

2

Quarter Offered

  • As Required