Published: Jan 1982
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The general, localized, and stress-corrosion performance of a series of copper-base alloys exposed to marine, urban-industrial, and heavy-industrial environments is described after up to 12 years' exposure. The effect of alloying additions, test environment, and test parameters are reported versus corrosion susceptibility.
copper-base alloys, marine, urban-industrial and heavy-industrial environments, alloying additions, localized and stress-corrosion performance, corrosion susceptibility
director of research and development, Sandusky Foundry & Machine Co., Sandusky, Ohio
director of product research, Olin Chemical and Consumer Group, New Haven, Conn.