Electrochemistry in light water Reactors: Reference electrodes, measurement, corrosion and tribocorrosion Issues (EFC 49) available in Hardcover
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- Elsevier Science
There has long been a need for effective methods of measuring corrosion within light water nuclear reactors. This important volume discusses key issues surrounding the development of high temperature reference electrodes and other electrochemical techniques. The book is divided into three parts with part one reviewing the latest developments in the use of reference electrode technology in both pressurised water and boiling water reactors. Parts two and three cover different types of corrosion and tribocorrosion and ways they can be measured using such techniques as electrochemical impedance spectroscopy. Topics covered across the book include in-pile testing, modelling techniques and the tribocorrosion behaviour of stainless steel under reactor conditions.
Electrochemistry in light water reactors is a valuable reference for all those concerned with corrosion problems in this key technology for the power industry.
- Discusses key issues surrounding the development of high temperature reference eletrodes
- A valuable reference for all concerned with corrosion problems in this key technology
About the Author
Dr Rik-Wouter Bosch works at the Belgian Nuclear Research Centre (SCK-CEN). Dr Damien Féron is Deputy Head of the Service de la Corrosion et du Comportement des Matériaux dans leur Environnement at CEA-Saclay and is Chair of the EFC Working Party 4 (Nuclear Corrosion).Dr Damien Féron is Deputy Head of the Service de la Corrosion et du Comportement des Matériaux dans leur Environment at CEA-Saclay and is Chair of the EFC Working Party 4 (Nuclear Corrosion).Professor Jean-Pierre Celis teaches at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and is Chair of the EFC Working Party 18 (Tribocorrosion).