Outdoor Atmospheric Corrosion

    Townsend HE
    Published: 2002

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    STP 1421 contains the latest global information on outdoor atmospheric corrosion. Twenty-nine peer-reviewed papers, written by an international group of experts cover:

    Prediction of Outdoor Corrosion Performance focuses on prediction of atmospheric corrosion performance from climatic data, particularly in relation to methods being developed by the International Standards Organization (ISO). Many of the assumptions in developing the ISO methodology are now being reconsidered in the light of recently completed testing, and work continues to improve the models.

    Laboratory and Specialized Outdoor Test Methods discusses methods of evaluating the results of outdoor tests and prediction of outdoor performance based on laboratory testing.

    Effects of Corrosion Products on the Environment examines the ecological effects of corrosion product runoff, a subject that blends corrosion science, environmental technology, analytical chemistry, and politics. Contributions from the Swedish Royal Institute of Technology and the U.S. Department of Energy reflect a growing concern in developed countries for the ecological effects of dissolved metals.

    Long-Term Outdoor Corrosion Performance of Engineering Materials documents the actual long-term outdoor behavior of various materials, including metallic-coated steels, low-alloy weathering steels, stainless steels, nickel-based alloys, and painted aluminum. This section includes reports of the 21-year results of the 1976 ASTM outdoor atmospheric corrosion test programs of metallic-coated steel sheet and nickel-based alloys, and the development of a new ASTM corrosion index for estimating relative corrosion resistance from composition.

    STP 1421 is a valuable resource for engineers and scientists interested in the latest developments in outdoor atmospheric corrosion and related issues.

    Table of Contents

    Analysis of Long-Term Atmospheric Corrosion Results from ISO CORRAG Program
    Dean S., Reiser D.

    Corrosivity Patterns Near Sources of Salt Aerosols
    Blenkinsop G., Klassen R., Lenard D., Roberge P.

    Field Exposure Results on Trends in Atmospheric Corrosion and Pollution
    Henriksen J., Kreislova K., Kucera V., Mikhailov A., Singer B., Tidblad J., Yates T.

    Time of Wetness (TOW) and Surface Temperature Characteristics of Corroded Metals in Humid Tropical Climate
    Alpuche-Aviles M., Veleva L.

    Analysis of ISO Standard 9223 (Classification of Corrosivity of Atmospheres) in the Light of Information Obtained in the Ibero-American Micat Project
    Almeida E., Chico B., de la Fuente D., Morcillo M.

    Improvement of the ISO classification system based on dose-response functions describing the corrosivity of outdoor atmospheres
    Knotkova D., Kucera V., Mikhailov A., Tidblad J.

    NO2 Measurements in Atmospheric Corrosion Studies
    Aragon D., Arroyave C., Delgado J., Echeverria F., Herrera F., Morcillo M.

    The Effect of Environmental Factors on Carbon Steel Atmospheric Corrosion; The Prediction of Corrosion
    Lien L., San P.

    Classification of the Corrosivity of the Atmosphere — Standardized Classification System and Approach for Adjustment
    Boschek P., Dean S., Knotkova D., Kucera V.

    In-situ Studies of the Initial Atmospheric Corrosion of Iron
    Leygraf C., Weissenrieder J.

    Effect of Ca and S on the Simulated Seaside Corrosion Resistance of 1.0Ni-0.4Cu-Ca-S Steel
    Choo W., Yamashita M., Yoo J.

    Effect of Cr3+ and SO42- on the Structure of Rust Layer Formed on Steels by Atmospheric Corrosion
    Cook D., Uchida H., Yamashita M.

    Analysis of the Sources of Variation in the Measurement of Paint Creep
    Friedersdorf F., McDevitt E.

    Atmospheric Corrosion Monitoring Sensor in Outdoor Environment Using AC Impedance Technique
    Katayama H., Kodama T., Yamamoto M.

    Environmental Effects of Metals Induced by Atmospheric Corrosion
    Leygraf C., Wallinder I.

    Environmental Effects of Zinc Runoff from Roofing Materials — A New Multidisciplinary Approach
    Berggren D., Bertling S., Leygraf C., Wallinder I.

    Runoff Rates of Zinc — A Four-Year Field and Laboratory Study
    He W., Leygraf C., Wallinder I.

    Atmosheric Corrosion of Naturally and Pre-Patinated Copper Roofs in Singapore and Stockholm — Runoff Rates and Corrosion Product Formation
    Korpinen T., Leygraf C., Sundberg R., Wallinder I.

    Environmental Factors Affecting the Atmospheric Corrosion of Copper
    Bullard S., Covino B., Cramer S., Holcomb G., Matthes S.

    Precipitation Runoff From Lead
    Bullard S., Covino B., Cramer S., Holcomb G., Matthes S.

    Evaluation of Nickel-Alloy Panels from the 20-Year ASTM G01.04 Atmospheric Test Program Completed in 1996
    Hibner E.

    Twenty-One Year Results for Metallic-Coated Steel Sheet in the ASTM 1976 Atmospheric Corrosion Tests
    Lawson H., Townsend H.

    Estimating the Atmospheric Corrosion Resistance of Weathering Steels
    Townsend H.

    Performance of Weathering Steel Tubular Structures
    Hoitomt M.

    Atmospheric Corrosion and Weathering Behavior of Terne-Coated Stainless Steel Roofing
    Kain R., Wollenberg P.

    Outdoor Atmospheric Degradation of Anodic and Paint Coatings on Aluminium in Atmospheres of I bero-America
    Corvo F., González J., Morcillo M., Simancas J.

    1940 ‘Til Now — Long-Term Marine Atmospheric Corrosion Resistance of Stainless Steel and Other Nickel Containing Alloys
    Kain R., Phul B., Pikul S.

    Twelve Year Atmospheric Exposure Study of Stainless Steels in China
    Hou W., Liang C.

    Effects of Alloying on Atmospheric Corrosion of Steels
    Hou W., Liang C.

    Author Index

    Subject Index

    Committee: G01

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1421-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5467-4

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-2896-5

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