Analysis of Problems Arising in the Selection of Corrosion-Resistant Materials

MATERIALS SCIENCE AND CORROSION PROTECTION

The problems arising in the selection of corrosion-resistant materials are analyzed. It is shown that a number of them are caused by the existing differentiated approach to selection of corrosion-resistant materials. For making the right choice of corrosion-resistant materials and ensuring durability of structures, it is necessary to take into account a whole range of their properties, as well as their changes in the process of operation. An algorithm is proposed for selecting corrosion-resistant materials in case when sufficient information on corrosion resistance is available and the situation is well-tested, and in case when information is insufficient and the situation is untested.

Keywords

corrosion properties method choice corrosion-resistant material algorithm 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Penza State Technological UniversityPenzaRussia

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