Effect of sucrose on hydroerosion of steels
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The erosion of carbon and stainless steels under the influence of the impact of a jet of water and aqueous sucrose solutions was studied. It was established that increasing the sucrose concentration (i.e., density) of a solution intensifies the brittle fracture of steels.
KeywordsSucrose Stainless Steel Brittle Brittle Fracture Sucrose Solution
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