About the authors
Paul Linhardt is Ao. Univ. Prof. at TU-Wien. He is specialized on corrosion of metallic materials with emphasis on electrochemical mechanisms and a particular field of interest is microbially influenced corrosion. A major part of his work is related to failure analysis and material testing.
Suanne Strobl is working as a scientific officer at the Institute of Chemical Technologies and Analytics (TU-Wien) and is teaching supervisor of metallography. She studied chemistry and her doctoral thesis was about sintered steels.
References / Literatur
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