Published: Jan 1974
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High-strength steel notched C-rings have proven to be useful specimens for studying the effects of hydrogen embrittlement, as well as screening plating processes, cleaning, and paint removal materials for use on naval aircraft parts. The specimen and some of its uses are described.
tests hydrogen embrittlement, high strength steels, cadmium coatings, plating, baking
Chemist, Naval Air Development Center, Warminster, Pa.