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    Application of Accelerated Corrosion Tests to Service Life Prediction of Materials

    Cragnolino G, Sridhar N
    Published: 1994

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    Discusses a variety of approaches to life prediction (across a full range of industries and applications); accuracy of prediction techniques versus actual performance; and the appropriateness of various accelerated corrosion tests to life prediction. 23 peer-reviewed papers cover laboratory and field analysis techniques in various applications, and experimental techniques.

    Table of Contents

    Relationship Among Statistical Distributions, Accelerated Testing and Future Environments

    Life Prediction of Ammonia Storage Tanks Based on Laboratory Stress Corrosion Crack Data

    Corrosion Prediction from Accelerated Tests in the Chemical Process Industries

    Composite Modeling of Atmospheric Corrosion Penetration Data

    Application of Service Examinations to Transuranic Waste Container Integrity at the Hanford Site

    High Level Nuclear Waste Management in U.S.A.

    The Development of an Experimental Data Base for the Lifetime Predictions of Titanium Nuclear Waste Containers

    Deterministic Predictions of Corrosion Damage to High Level Nuclear Waste Canisters

    Approaches to Life Prediction for High-Level Nuclear Waste Containers in the Tuff Repository

    Crack Growth Behavior of Candidate Waste Container Materials in Simulated Underground Water

    Prediction of Localized Corrosion Using Modeling and Experimental Techniques

    Corrosion Aspects of Copper in a Crystalline Bedrock Environment - with Regard to Life Prediction of a Container in a Nuclear Waste Repository

    Correlation of Autoclave Testing of Zircaloy-4 to In-Reactor Corrosion Performance

    The Importance of Subtle Materials and Chemical Considerations in the Development of Accelerated Tests for Service Performance Predictions

    Corrosion Life Prediction of Oil and Gas Production Processing Equipment

    Values of Corrosion Rate of Steel in Concrete to Predict Service Life of Concrete Structures

    A New Index for the Crevice Corrosion Resistance of Materials

    Acceleration of Stress-Corrosion Cracking Test for High-Temperature, High-Purity Water Environments by Means of Artificial Crevice Application

    Application of a Multipotential Test Method for Rapid Screening of Austenitic Stainless Steels in Process Environments

    Spot-Welded Specimen Maintained Above the Crevice-Repassivation Potential to Evaluate Stress Corrosion Cracking Susceptibility of Stainless Steels in NaCl Solutions

    Constant Extension Rate Testing and Predictions of In-Service Behavior: The Effect of Specimen Dimensions

    Applications of Electrochemical Potentiokinetic Reactivation Test to On-Site Measurements on Stainless Steels

    New Electrochemical Method to Evaluate the Atmospheric Corrosion Resistance of Stainless Steels

    Committee: G01

    DOI: 10.1520/STP1194-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5265-6

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1853-9