13 papers were presented at the International Symposium on Corrosion Testing Of Aluminum Alloys. This symposium was an outcome of a workshop on exfoliation corrosion, which was organized to discuss the usefulness of various current standards on exfoliation and corrosion testing and their applicability to current requirements and new advanced aluminum alloys.
Materials Evaluation Using Wet-Dry Mixed Salt-Spray Tests
Johnson J., Lyon S., Thompson G.
A Comparison of Potentiodynamic Polarization Tests with Wet-Dry Mixed Salt-Spray Testing of Aluminum-Magnesium-Silicon Alloy
Baker S., Lewis K., Lyon S., Thompson G., Wood G.
Accelerated Test for Determining Microbiological-Influenced Corrosion Resistance of Aluminum Alloys
Ayllon E., Leiro M., Rosales B.
Corrosion of Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys in Nitric Acid
Diekmann H., Horn E.
Damage-Based Assessment of Stress Corrosion Performances Among Aluminum Alloys
Bucci R., Colvin E., Lifka B., Lukasak D.
Potentiometric and Potentiostatic Determination of the Corrosion Rate of Welded 2519 Aluminum Alloy
Ford T., Sonnino C., Vanark V.
Detection and Monitoring of Localized Corrosion of Aluminum Alloys with Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy
Lin S., Mansfeld F., Shih H.
Time-Lapse Video Techniques in the Corrosion Testing of Aluminum Alloys
Holroyd N., Newton C.
Examination of the Influence of Lithium on the Repassivation Rate of Aluminum Alloys
Ricker R., Stoudt M., Vasudevan A.
Paper ID: STP1134-EB