Published: Jan 1966
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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.
stress corrosion, titanium alloys, corrosion products, stress-corrosion tests, moisture
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.