Published: Jan 1978
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This paper describes a simple and reliable methodology by which the effects of atmospheric corrosion can be measured, and developed into a corrosion map. The use to which such information can be applied to provide savings in design, materials, selection of protective finishings, and maintenance expenditure of such finishings is discussed.
atmospheric corrosion, regression analysis, corrosion, grids, meteorological charts, galvanized steel, zinc, weather stations, cost analysis
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