SEDL / STP / STP646-EB
Atmospheric Factors Affecting the Corrosion of Engineering Metals
15 papers cover a cross section of subjects in an attempt to understand the nature of the atmospheric corrosion process as it affects steel, zinc, aluminum and copper and the listing aspects thereof.
Table of Contents
Investigation of Atmospheric Exposure Factors that Determine Time-of-Wetness of Outdoor Structures
Final Report on the ASTM Study: Atmospheric Galvanic Corrosion of Magnesium Coupled to Other Metals
Effects of Air Pollutants on Weathering Steel and Galvanized Steel: A Chamber Study
Haynie F., Spence J., Upham J.
Metallic Barriers for Protection of Contacts in Electronic Circuits from Atmospheric Corrosion
Bitler W., Marx D., Pickering H.
Corrosion Investigations at Panama Canal Zone
Gallaccio A., Jaworski J., Pelensky M.
Behavior of Zinc-Coated Steel in Highway Environments
Kinetics of the Atmospheric Corrosion of Galvanized Steel
Legault R., Pearson V.
Corrosion Prevention with Thermal-Sprayed Zinc and Aluminum Coatings
Durmann G., Longo F.
Atmospheric Corrosion of Electroplated Zinc Alloy Die Castings
Payer J., Safranek W.
ASTM Atmospheric Corrosion Testing: 1906 to 1976
Protection of Copper Metals from Atmospheric Corrosion
An Accelerated Atmospheric Corrosion Test (AACT)
Atmospheric Corrosion Behavior of Aluminum-Zinc Alloy-Coated Steel
Borzillo A., Horton J., Townsend H., Zoccola J.
Atmospheric Corrosion of Laminar Composites Consisting of Copper on Stainless Steel
Baboian R., Haynes G., Sexton P.
Corrosion Map of the British Isles
Paper ID: STP646-EB
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