In this study the pitting behavior of stainless steel type AISI 304 (EN 1.4301) has been studied in various binary mixtures of MgSO4, K2SO4 or Li2SO4 with NaCl. Results are compared to those obtained in binary mixtures of Na2SO4 with NaCl as well as in plain NaCl.
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This paper traces the development of the superaustenitic grade 254 SMO (UNS S31254) as a solution to recurrent corrosion problems within the pulp and paper industry.
A marine site and a semi-marine site in the UAE and a rural site in Saudi Arabia were selected in this study. The field test results compare the atmospheric corrosion resistance of eight different stainless steel grades
CLEARANCE! Based on the authors' course, The Corrosion & Protection of Metals. Engineering aspects of corrosion. Economics. Detection. Monitoring. Regulations. Specifications. Safety. Materials - w/emphasis on stainless steels. 2nd edition 1995 NACE
Based on the authors' course, The Corrosion & Protection of Metals. Engineering aspects of corrosion. Economics. Detection. Monitoring. Regulations. Specifications. Safety. Materials - w/emphasis on stainless steels. 2nd edition 1995 NACE E-BOOK
The corrosion processes in biogas power plants investigated. Influence of feeding materials. Long term exposition tests of two stainless steels and galvanized steel. Scanning electron microscopy and metallographic cross sections. Electrochemical measurements. Results. Safety.
Interactions of corrosion-resistant alloys with environments - observed in laboratory tests. Pertinent field experience. Includes contributions of alloy suppliers, component manufacturers, and end users. 1996 NACE
Materials selection and corrosion control methods for sour oil & gas (H2S present). Corrosion phenomena in various alloys. Laboratory test methods, stainless steels, nonferrous metals, casing and tubing, producing/drilling operations, etc. 1981 NACE
Emergency guideline. Protective coatings for carbon steel and austenitic stainless steel under insulation systems. Systems considered: thin film liquid-applied coatings, fusionbonded coatings, metallizing, and wax-tape coatings. HSITORICAL DOCUMENT 1997
This standard is intended for use by those specifying and installing thin metallic linings (nickel alloy, stainless steel, and titanium) in air pollution control and other process equipment subject to corrosive conditions.
Method for screening corrosion-resistant alloys (CRAs) used in oilfield production environments. The SSR test for resistance to stress corrosion cracking (SCC) uses slow, dynamic strain applied at a constant rate.