Acid corrosion inhibitors as a means of protecting high-strength carbon steel from stress-corrosion cracking
The effect of the structure state of carbon steel U8 on its resistance to stress-corrosion cracking in inhibited H2SO4 solutions was studied. It was shown that the maximum resistance to stress-corrosion cracking is displayed by steel strain-hardened by wire drawing, or treated by quench-hardening followed by tempering at a high temperature.
KeywordsH2SO4 Carbon Steel Structure State Corrosion Inhibitor H2SO4 Solution
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