2 edition of stress corrosion of metals. found in the catalog.
stress corrosion of metals.
Hugh L. Logan
Written in English
|Series||Corrosion monograph series|
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|Number of Pages||306|
Filiform corrosion -- corrosion that occurs when water gets under a coating such as paint. Galvanic Corrosion: This can occur when two different metals are located together in a liquid electrolyte such as salt water. In essence, one metal's molecules are drawn toward the other metal, leading to corrosion in only one of the two metals. Additional Physical Format: Online version: American Society for Testing Materials. Symposium on stress-corrosion cracking of metals. Philadelphia, Pa., Pub. jointly by American Society for Testing Materials and Institute of Metals Division, American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, New York, N.Y. .
Corrosion of metals is an electrochemical reaction that involves changes in both the metal and the environment in contact with the metal. While the mechanisms of corrosion are the same on a microscopic level, various microstructure, composition, and mechanical design issues will lead to different manifestations of corrosion. Dr. Revie coauthored the third and fourth editions of Corrosion and Corrosion Control, a widely used textbook, and was the editor of the second edition of Uhlig's Corrosion Handbook. Dr. Revie is a Fellow of NACE International, ASM International, and the Canadian Institute of .
Corrosion of Metals teaches about aqueous corrosion of metals. The general physics of corrosion is discussed to provide a background for the discussion of seven common types of corrosion (uniform, galvanic, crevice, pitting, intergranular, stress corrosion cracking, and dealloying). Students will learn why and how corrosion occurs and methods. alloys containing aluminum alloys ammonia annealed anodic applied stress ASTM austenitic stainless steels Bureau of Standards carbon cathodic protection caustic chromium copper Copson crack propagation Cracking of Metals dislocations effect environment exposure period failed FeCl3 grain boundaries H. L. Logan heat treated heat treatment.
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Abstract: Stress corrosion cracking of plain carbon steels having yield strengths of less than MPa is reviewed. Apart from the classically known hydroxide and nitrate media, stress corrosion cracking of such steels has been reported in a number of other environments, namely aqueous chloride, carbonate, phosphate, ammonia, CO-CO 2-H 2 O, high purity water containing oxygen, fuel ethanol.
Corrosion due to water is one of the most significant and complex causes of damage to metallic products. Written from the viewpoint of physical chemistry, this authoritative and established text deals with the aqueous corrosion of metals.
Available for the first time in English, Corrosion of Metal addressing engineers, metallurgists, physicists and chemists/5(2).
Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) is the growth of crack formation in a corrosive environment. It can lead to unexpected sudden failure of normally ductile metal alloys subjected to a tensile stress, especially at elevated is highly chemically specific in that certain alloys are likely to undergo SCC only when exposed to a small number of chemical environments.
Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) is the formation and growth of crack through materials subjected to tensile stress and a specific corrosive medium. It can lead to unexpected sudden failure of normally ductile metals.
Metal-environment combinations susceptible to cracking are specific. This means that all environments do not cause SCC stress corrosion of metals.
book all of the by: 1. The problem of stress corrosion cracking (SCC), which causes sudden failure of metals and other materials subjected to stress in corrosive environment(s), has a significant impact on a number of sectors including the oil and gas industries and nuclear power production.
Stress corrosion, also known as stress corrosion cracking, is a type of corrosion that occurs due to the simultaneous action of a corrodent and a sustained tensile stress. This mechanism is characterized by corrosion in the microscopic granular composition of a metal's surface.
Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) is a progressive fracturing that occurs in metals as a result of the combined influence of tensile stress and a corrosive environment.
Structural failure due to SCC can be very unpredictable—failure could occur after as little as a few hours of exposure, or the equipment could continue to function normally for. surface corrosion, - tension cracking (stress corrosion cracking).
While low- and non-alloyed steels from loose iron oxide layers, which peel off easily, other materials such as zinc, aluminium and stainless austenitic steel form firm layers of oxidation which protect the material against further oxygen corrosion. The mechanisms and effects of stress corrosion and corrosion fatigue on aluminum alloys along with practical preventative measures are presented in several chapters.
Filiform corrosion, which damages the decorative appearance of coated aluminum members, especially critical in B&C and automotive applications, warrants a separate chapter as well. ammonia stress cracking of nickel-copper alloys are examples of this type of attack. Liquid Metal Cracking– Liquid metal cracking is a specialized form of stress corrosion.
The susceptible metal (usually due to residual tensile stresses from fabrication) is attacked (cracked) by a low-melting liquid metal.
Stress corrosion cracking reviews the fundamentals of the phenomenon as well as examining stress corrosion behaviour in specific materials and particular industries. The book is divided into four parts.
Part one covers the mechanisms of SCC and hydrogen embrittlement, while the focus of part two is on methods of testing for SCC in metals/5(4). Stress Corrosion of Metals Hardcover – February 1, by H.L.
Logan (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ — $ Hardcover, February 1, $ — $ HardcoverAuthor: H.L. Logan. Purchase Corrosion of Metals and Hydrogen-Related Phenomena, Volume 59 - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNGeneral corrosion, galvanic corrosion, pitting, impingement, fretting, intergranular corrosion, dealloying, corrosion fatigue, and stress-corrosion cracking (SCC) are some forms of corrosion.
The article also lists a galvanic series of metals and alloys valid for dilute aqueous solutions, such as seawater and weak acids. Cause and effect relations among stress, corrosion, and mechanical properties of corroded steel are investigated and analyzed quantitatively at both macrostructural and microstructural levels.
It is found that stress can accelerate the corrosion process and contribute to intergranular corrosion and intergranular stress corrosion cracking of steel.
Stress corrosion cracking reviews the fundamentals of the phenomenon as well as examining stress corrosion behaviour in specific materials and particular industries. The book is divided into four parts. Part one covers the mechanisms of SCC and hydrogen embrittlement, while the focus of part two is on methods of testing for SCC in s: 3.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Logan, Hugh Lynn. Stress corrosion of metals. New York, Wiley  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Take our Corrosion of Metals course if you’d like to learn more about stress corrosion cracking and how to prevent it from occurring.
Also, the books Corrosion and Corrosion Control (4th edition) by R.W. Revie and H.H. Uhlig and Corrosion: Understanding the Basics by ASM International are good resources for information about the SCC and the.
Corrosion, Volume 1: Metal/Environment Reactions is concerned with the subject of corrosion, with emphasis on the control of the environmental interactions of metals and alloys used as materials of construction.
Corrosion is treated as a synthesis of corrosion science and corrosion engineering. Corrosion often begins at a location (1) where the metal is under stress (at a bend or weld) or is isolated from the air (where two pieces of metal are joined or under a loosely-adhering paint film.) The metal ions dissolve in the moisture film and the electrons migrate to another location (2) where they are taken up by a depolarizer.
The effect of strain, in particular the effect of varying the rate of its application, both in the elastic and the plastic region, on the anodic dissolution kinetics of several metals has been studied.
It has been found in the case of iron in acid solution that the over‐all effect of elastic strain is small (i.e., the shift of corrosion potential is about + mV/ kg cm −2) and is.Each metal and alloy has unique and inherent corrosion behavior that can range from the high resistance of noble metals, for example, gold 6 Corrosion: Understanding the Basics CORROSION UNIFORM MACROSCOPIC LOCALIZED Galvanic Erosion-corrosion Crevice Pitting Exfoliation Dealloying MICROSCOPIC Intergranular Stress-corrosion cracking Corrosion.Revised and expanded, this edition includes four new chapters on corrosion fundamentals, the passivity of metals, high temperature corrosion, and the corrosion of aluminum alloys.
The first half of the book covers basic aspects of corrosion, such as entry of hydrogen into metals, anodic dissolution, localized corrosion, stress corrosion.