Corrosive-Mechanical Interactions

  • Samuel A. Bradford


A synergistic interaction exists between corrosion and stress. The stresses may be applied directly through the metal as tension, torsion, or compression, or they may be applied to the metal surface through the environment, such as occurs with high-velocity liquids and impingement by suspended solids.


Fatigue Strength Hydrogen Embrittlement Corrosion Control Stress Raiser Corrosion Fatigue 
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© Van Nostrand Reinhold 1993

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  • Samuel A. Bradford

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