Reza Shoja Razavi

Malek Ashtar University of Technology Iran

Dr. Reza Shoja Razavi is a Professor of Materials Science and Engineering at Malek Ashtar University of Technology. He graduated from Malek Ashtar University of Technology (1st Rank in BSc program of Materials Engineering, 1999), Tarbiat Modaress University (1st Rank among all graduates of the MSc program of Materials Engineering, 2001), and Isfahan University of Technology (1st Rank among all graduates of the PhD program of the University, 2007). He specializes in Surface Engineering with primary interests in Additive Manufacturing. He is a permanent member of the Iranian Corrosion Association, Iranian Society of Surface Science and Technology and National Elite Foundation. He has directed 30 research projects and more than 15 PhD thesis, published more than 200 technical and research papers and 6 books, and delivered more than 10 courses to BSc, MSc and PhD students. He has been the recipient of many honors and awards for his excellence in both teaching and research.

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The purpose of this book is to present and discuss the recent methods in corrosion evaluation and protection. The book contains six chapters. The aim of Chapter 1 is to demonstrate that Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy can be a very useful tool to provide a complete evaluation of the corrosion protection properties of electro-coatings. Chapter 2 presents results of studies of materials degradation from experimental electrochemical tests and theoretical calculations. Chapter 3 deals with the presentation of the corrosion and corrosion prevention of the aluminum alloys by organic coatings and inhibitors. Chapter 4 addresses the new method of pigment preparation that can improve protection efficiency. The effectiveness of plasma deposited films on the improvement of carbon steel corrosion resistance is discussed in Chapter 5. Chapter 6 deals with the conjugation of carbon nanotubes with organic-inorganic hybrid to prepare hybrid coatings that combine high anti-corrosion efficiency with elevated mechanical resistance.

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