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    STP1401

    Framework for Predicting Stress Corrosion Cracking

    Published: 01 January 2000


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    Abstract

    A method for predicting SCC performance is described involving the corrosion based design approach (CBDA) and the locations for analysis matrix (LAM). This method provides bases for considering all the factors that contribute to corrosion-related failure in an orderly framework. The CBDA includes the steps of environmental definition, material definition, mode definition, superposition, failure definition, statistical definition, accelerated testing, prediction, monitoring and feedback, and fix. The LAM is a matrix that applies to a specific subcomponent and provides a framework for explicit actions for each mode of corrosion at each location where conditions are the most aggressive.

    Keywords:

    Corrosion based design approach, locations for analysis matrix, stress corrosion cracking, environmental definition, material definition, mode definition, failure definition, statistical definition, accelerated testing, prediction


    Author Information:

    Staehle, RW
    Industrial Consultant and Adjunct Professor, University of Minnesota, North Oaks, Minnesota


    Committee/Subcommittee: G01.06

    DOI: 10.1520/STP10217S