SAE attacks corrosion
- Stress and corrosion cracking of metals. // Advanced Materials & Processes;May98, Vol. 153 Issue 5, p66
Focuses on the detection of stress and corrosion cracking of metals. Efforts of Tamara Olson and Brent Adams in detecting small scale corrosion.
- Corrosion fatigue of alloy 625 weld claddings exposed to combustion environments. Luer, Kevin // Advanced Materials & Processes;Feb2000, Vol. 157 Issue 2, p24
Focuses on alloy 625 weld claddings applied to components for corrosion protection and their corrosion fatigue properties. Results of examination of crack initiation sites; Composition of corrosion products; Proposed model to explain the corrosion fatigue mechanism.
- Beta profits from corrosion indicator. Byfield, Mike // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;06/30/97, Vol. 24 Issue 29, p14
Looks at the corrosion detection technology developed by Diversity Corp.'s subsidiary Beta Corp. Where the technology can be used; How it works; The potential for the technology; Benefits of the technology.
- The Effect of CO2 on Hydrogen Embrittlement Corrosion Behaviors of Tubular Steel P110 in Acid Solution Dissolved High H2S. Deng Hongda; Li Chunfu; Cao Xianlong // Chemical Engineering of Oil & Gas / Shi You Yu Tian Ran Qi Hua G;2011, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p275
Hydrogen embrittlement behaviors of tubular steel API-P110 in the acid solution dissolved 50% H2S and 50% CO2 or 50% H2S only were investigated by immersion test, sulfide stress cracking corrosion (SSC) at the constant loading, and electrochemical hydrogen permeation test. Effects of CO2 on...
- Microbiologically influenced corrosion on rails. // Current Science (00113891);3/25/2011, Vol. 100 Issue 6, p798
The article discusses a study on the role of bacteria including manganese oxidizers, ureolytic bacteria, and iron bacteria in the corrosion of rails, which is a concern for the Indian Railways in India.
- The ravages wrought by corrosion: Prof. A.S. Khanna... // Chemical Business;Nov97, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p35
Interviews Professor A.S. Khanna, a faculty in the Corrosion Science & Engineering Program, Indian Institute of Technology, on combating corrosion. Call of concerns for corrosion problem; Figures of loss sustained by corrosion in India; Scientific study on the establishment of precise figures...
- Formation of the science of fatigue of metals. Part 2. 1870—1940. Yarema, S. // Materials Science;Mar2007, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p265
This article presents a study regarding the microstructural aspects and mechanisms of fatigue of metals. Metallographic methods opened new possibilities in understanding the mechanisms of fatigue of metals. The results of investigations shows regularities of the fatigue of metallic materials in...
- Effect of Ultrasonic Vibration on Dealloying Corrosion of CuCrAl Alloy in H2SO4 Solutions. Zhe Zhang; Chaoyi Yan; Chunyue Liu; Yinfeng Xia; Jianhu Liu; Ruijun Zhang // Journal of Materials Science & Engineering A;2011, Vol. 1 Issue A, p253
In view of dealloying corrosion of CuCrAl alloy in acidic solution, dealloying corrosion of CuCrAl alloy in H2SO4 solution was investigated by using static immersing corrosion, and the effect of ultrasonic vibration on dealloying corrosion of the CuCrAl alloy in H2SO4 solution was studied by...
- A DECORATED CHINESE DAGGER: EVIDENCE FOR ANCIENT AMALGAM TINNING. Kossolapov, Alexander; Twilley, John // Studies in Conservation;Nov94, Vol. 39 Issue 4, p257
The use of mercury-tin amalgam for ornamentation on a bronze dagger (attributed to China or Inner Mongolia of the Warring States period, 475-221 B.C.) is proposed on the basis of technical analyses and simulation experiments. This ornamentation technique, though well known from ancient written...