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Corrosion and EMF Series

  1. Sep 17, 2005 #1
    Hi Guys!

    im a student of electronics engineering (1st year). I have to prepare notes for my exams about the following topics. Please recommend me some websites from where i can prepare these notes.

    1) Corrosion (Theories, Inhibition and Prevention)
    2) EMF Series
    3) Types of Fuels, Classification of Fossil Fuels


    I would be very thankful to you for this act of kindness.

    Thanks a lot and Good Bye
     
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  3. Sep 18, 2005 #2

    GCT

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    you would probably be better off, referring to the engineering subforum
     
  4. Sep 18, 2005 #3

    Astronuc

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    For information on Corrosion try these sites -

    http://www.corrosion-doctors.org/Modules/Modules.htm

    http://www.cp.umist.ac.uk/lecturenotes/Echem/index_main.htm

    I think by EMF series, you are referring to Galvanic Series, for which you can search with Google, but here are some examples -

    http://www.corrosionsource.com/handbook/galv_series.htm

    http://www.mcnallyinstitute.com/Charts/galvanic-series.html

    http://www.corrosion-doctors.org/Aircraft/galvseri.htm

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Galvanic_series

    Note: The order may change in different environments.

    As for fuel classification - I imagine that it would have to do with solid (coal), low pressure liquids (petroleum distillates, e.g. gasoline, diesel fuel, kerosene, . . .), pressurized liquids/gases (e.g. propane, butane, LNG), and gases (Natural gas - mostly methane, and some ethane), and oxygenated fuels (e.g. ethanol).

    Try this - http://www.doe.gov/engine/content.do?BT_CODE=FOSSILFUELS

    or search Google for "fossil fuel"
     
  5. Sep 18, 2005 #4
    thanks a lot u all!
     
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