metallic corrosion

metallic corrosion

[mə′tal·ik kə′rō·zhən]
(metallurgy)
Destruction of a metal by dissolution, oxidation, or other chemical reaction of the metal with its environment.
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When conducting a visual inspection in conjunction with an ECDA dig, operators should look for the telltale tubercle--a hard deposit of soil and metallic corrosion product at the coating defect.
Microorganisms are ubiquitous in oil and gas environment and may influence both the initiation and propagation of all known types of metallic corrosion.
The study incorporates the results of multiple field inspections, independent laboratory analyses of metallic corrosion of the roof panels, components and sealants, and includes assessment of all integral ancillary components that impact the end of roof service life.
Adsorption plays an important role in the inhibition of metallic corrosion by organic inhibitors.
Metallic corrosion and ion migration are both electrochemical phenomena that occur in the presence of moisture and ionic contamination found in dust.
The influence of different artificial saliva on metallic corrosion was investigated by measurements of open circuit potential, polarisation curves, chosen owing to its high rate of corrosion.
1) "Economic Effects of Metallic Corrosion in the United States," NBS Special Publication 511-1, SD Stock No.
This article will consider only metallic corrosion and oxidation, although many of the surface-analytical techniques discussed can be applied to study the degradation of non-metals.
Hence, surface treatment of a metal alloy prior to the development of coating is essential in the prevention of metallic corrosion and to withstand during long-term implant condition.
gov) estimated the annual cost of metallic corrosion in the United States is between $300-350 billion.
Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in 2002, metallic corrosion cost the United States approximately $276 billion, or 3.