This comprehensive publication presents 16 international papers on atmospheric corrosion and corrosion testing. Provides an understanding of atmospheric corrosion concerns from the standpoint of economics, safety, and aesthetics, and what is being done about them on four continents.
Corrosion on basic metals and alloys used in construction, including: carbon steel, stainless steel, weathering steel, zinc, copper, and aluminum
Results of an ISO program to characterize different atmospheres as to corrosivity
Acid deposition and its effects on corrosion Marine corrosion.
Time of Wetness and Dew Formation: A Model of Atmospheric Heat Transfer
Dean S., Reiser D.
Acid Deposition Effects on Materials: Evaluation of Electric Contact Materials after 4 Years of Exposure
Kucera V., Leygraf C., Tidblad J.
An Approach to the Modelling of Atmospheric Corrosion
Ajiboye P., Lyon S., Wong C.
Results of ISO CORRAG Program: Processing of One-Year Data in Respect to Corrosivity Classification
Boschek P., Knotkova D., Kreislova K.
Atmospheric Corrosion of Bolted Lap Joints Made of Weathering Steel
Knotkova D., Vlckova J.
A Study of Rust Morphology, Contamination and Porosity by Backscattered Electron Imaging
Morcillo M., Scrivener K., Simancas J.
Corrosion Evaluation of Automotive Trim Material
Cooper T., Drigel G., Sabata A.
Long-Term Atmospheric Corrosion in Spain: Results after 13–16 Years of Exposure and Comparison with Worldwide Data
Feliu S., Morcillo M., Simancas J.
Reaction Sequences in Atmospheric Corrosion of Zinc
Leygraf C., Odnevall I.
Galvanic Protection of Steel by Zinc under Thin Layer Electrolytes
Valeriote E., Zhang X.
Corrosion Study of Carbon Steel and Zinc-Comparison Between Field Exposure and Accelerated Tests
Gullman J., Johansson E.
Paper ID: STP1239-EB