Format for data collection of computerized corrosion databases. Diverse sources. Metals and nonmetals. Various forms of corrosion. Compatibility. Search strategies. Historical Document 1990
This NACE standard practice defines data categories and specific data elements (fields) that are considered desirable or essential to accommodate search strategies and reliable data comparisons in computerized corrosion databases. It is intended to facilitate the recording of corrosion test results and does not imply or endorse any particular database design or schema. The data entries are designed to accommodate data relative to the basic forms of corrosion and to serve as a guide for structuring multiple-source database compilations with the capability of assessing compatibility of engineering materials (metals and nonmetals) for a wide range of environments and exposure conditions.
Historical Document 1990
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