STP64

    Tests for Determining Susceptibility to Stress-Corrosion Cracking

    Published: Jan 1945


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    Abstract

    There are well recognized procedures for determining the various tensile, fatigue, and other mechanical properties of the common structural materials. This makes it possible for engineers to design structures of various materials which have adequate initial strength to stand the stresses to which they are subjected in service. There is also considerable general information about protective measures suitable for protecting the usual structural materials from the effects of ordinary environments. However, often insufficient quantitative information is available on the combined effects of stress and corrosion to permit the designer satisfactorily to appraise the structure from the stress-corrosion standpoint.


    Author Information:

    Sager, G. F.
    Assistant ChiefAssistant ChiefChief, Aluminum Research Laboratories, Aluminum Company of America, New Kensington, Pa.

    Brown, R. H.
    Assistant ChiefAssistant ChiefChief, Aluminum Research Laboratories, Aluminum Company of America, New Kensington, Pa.

    Mears, R. B.
    Assistant ChiefAssistant ChiefChief, Aluminum Research Laboratories, Aluminum Company of America, New Kensington, Pa.


    Paper ID: STP42578S

    Committee/Subcommittee: B05.06

    DOI: 10.1520/STP42578S


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