Omics-based approaches and their use in the assessment of microbial-influenced corrosion of metals

@article{Beale2015OmicsbasedAA,
  title={Omics-based approaches and their use in the assessment of microbial-influenced corrosion of metals},
  author={David J. Beale and Avinash V. Karpe and Snehal R Jadhav and Tim H. Muster and Enzo A Palombo},
  journal={Corrosion Reviews},
  year={2015},
  volume={34},
  pages={1 - 15}
}
Microbial-influenced corrosion (MIC) has been known to have economic, environmental, and social implications to offshore oil and gas pipelines, concrete structures, and piped water assets. While corrosion itself is a relatively simple process, the localised manner of corrosion makes in situ assessments difficult. Furthermore, corrosion assessments tend to be measured as part of a forensic investigation. Compounding the issue further is the impact of microbiological/biofilm processes, where… CONTINUE READING

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