Published: Jan 1972
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As special heat treatments to improve resistance of aluminum alloys to exfoliation were developed, the need for accelerated testing methods to control production heat treatment arose. A joint task group formed by ASTM Committee GO1.05 and the Aluminum Association has conducted an interlaboratory testing program of various salt spray and immersion tests for 7000 series alloys. A constant immersion test produced the best results.
corrosion, exfoliation corrosion, corrosion tests, salt spray tests, pitting, immersion tests (corrosion), aluminum alloys, etching
Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, Pa.
Alcan Research and Development Ltd, Kingston, Ontario
Paper ID: STP35426S