"A Review on Mild steel Corrosion prevention using Green inhibitors"

Authors

Ahmed Mohamed & Bali Chandra Sekhar 
Department of Chemical Engineering, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India.

Bandela Sowjanya, Research Scholar
Department of Chemical Engineering, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India.

Pulipati King & Meena Vangalapati – Professors
Department of Chemical Engineering, Andhra University, Visakhapatnam, India.

Abstract

The serious problem of most industries is Corrosion, especially in quickly developingcountries like India. They utilized Chemical compounds to prevent the metals however these Chemical compounds containing aromatic rings and π bonds are profoundly effective as corrosion inhibitors, yet alongside being harmful, the synthesis of these compounds is undeniably challenging and tedious. Therefore, researchers have focused on another class of inhibitors, for example, plant extracts,vegetable extracts,fruit extracts. The plant extract has been utilized as green inhibitors to prevent the alloys and metals against corrosion as they are non-harmful. In addition to the environment friendly in preventing corrosion plant extracts have a few predominant properties, for example, being cheap, easy to obtain, and less toxic. Mild steel has been a broadly utilized alloy because of the significance of industrial applications, for example, cleaning of boilers, mining, metal processing equipment, and oil well tubes. in this review, I will summarizethe for mild steel corrosion in sulphuric corrosive and hydrochloric corrosive environments with plant extracts, which are utilized lately as corrosion inhibitors.