STP397

    The Diffusion of Corrosion Products in Hot-Salt Stress-Corrosion Cracking of Titanium

    Published: Jan 1966


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    Abstract

    An experimental technique is described for separating the gaseous, liquid, and solid reaction products generated by the hot-salt corrosion of titanium. By use of this procedure, it is shown that the product that causes cracking is not a gas and hence would not be expected to be washed away by a fast moving air stream in service.

    Keywords:

    stress corrosion, titanium alloys, corrosion products, stress-corrosion tests, moisture


    Author Information:

    Kirchner, R. L.
    Research engineer, Materials Research Laboratory, Inc.Black and Decker, Richton ParkTowson, Ill.Md.

    Ripling, E. J.
    Director of researchPersonal member ASTM, Materials Research Laboratory, Inc., Richton Park, Ill.


    Paper ID: STP46436S

    Committee/Subcommittee: E08.06

    DOI: 10.1520/STP46436S


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