STP Published: 1990

Environmentally Assisted Cracking: Science and Engineering

Editor(s): W. Barry Lisagore, Thomas W. Crooker, Brian N. Leis

Environmentally assisted cracking is one of the most serious causes of structural failure over a broad range of industrial applications. STP 1049 will help you understand and control this phenomenon, by providing you with a sampling of the latest research in corrosion-fatigue and stress-corrosion cracking science and technologies.

Table of Contents

WB Lisagor, TW Crooker, BN Leis

JR Scully, PJ Moran

RN Iyer, RF Hehemann, AR Troiano

V Venugopal, SK Putatunda

TB Cassagne, J Kruger, EN Pugh

JD Fritz, BW Parks, HW Pickering

WF Flanagan, JB Lee, D Massinon, M Zhu, BD Lichter

RD Daniels, AP Sadarangani, MS Magner, KJ Kennelley

WA Van Der Sluys, RH Emanuelson

MW Joosten, JJ Murali, JL Hess

HJ Cialone, DN Williams

RJ Pargeter

BN Leis, WJ Walsh

G Gabetta, C Rinaldi, D Pozzi

DI Swan, OJV Chapman

SJ Balsone, T Nicholas, M Khobaib

M Khobaib, T Nicholas, SV Ram

J Petit, A Zeghloul

K Schulte, H Nowack, G Lütjering

N Ranganathan, M Quintard, J Petit, J de Fouquet

MS Domack

RW Judy, WE King, JA Hauser, TW Crooker

SS Rajpathak, WH Hartt

WJD Jones, AP Blackie

C Amzallag, J-L Maillard

LA James, DR Duncan

BD Harty, REJ Noël

M Matsumura, Y Oka, R Ebara, T Kobayashi, T Odohira, T Wada, M Hatano

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Developed by Committee: E08
Pages: 555
DOI: 10.1520/STP1049-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5114-7
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1276-6