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Estimating Metal Loss in a Marine Environment for Structural Integrity Analyses

The following paper discusses models and procedures for estimating the corrosion-related metal loss and loss patterns on carbon steel exposed in a marine environment. This includes immersion and atmospheric exposure and the impact of coatings.

Product Number: 51317--9003-SG
ISBN: 9003 2017 CP
Author: James Ellor
Publication Date: 2017
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The following paper discusses models and procedures for estimating the corrosion-related metal loss and loss patterns on carbon steel exposed in a marine environment. This includes immersion and atmospheric exposure and the impact of coatings. Critically the discussion attempts to illustrate the fallacy of assuming uniform metal loss and distinguishes between average metal loss and maximum metal loss. The distinction between average metal loss and actual loss patterns can have significant impacts regarding the lifetime integrity of an engineered structure in a marine environment.

The following paper discusses models and procedures for estimating the corrosion-related metal loss and loss patterns on carbon steel exposed in a marine environment. This includes immersion and atmospheric exposure and the impact of coatings. Critically the discussion attempts to illustrate the fallacy of assuming uniform metal loss and distinguishes between average metal loss and maximum metal loss. The distinction between average metal loss and actual loss patterns can have significant impacts regarding the lifetime integrity of an engineered structure in a marine environment.

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