Characteristics of Commercially Pure Titanium for Power Plant
It is reported that stainless steels and nickel alloys have suffered considerable troubles due to corrosion problems in high temperature and pressurized water environment.
KeywordsHydrogen Absorption Corrosion Test Corrosion Property High Temperature Strength Crevice Corrosion
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