By Russell H. Jones
This valuable reference offers a accomplished evaluate of corrosion and environmental results on metals, intermetallics, sleek metals, ceramics and composites of metals, and ceramics and polymer fabrics. It surveys quite a few suggestions for numerous functions related to environments and information in fabrics choice and substitution. Exploring quite a lot of environments, together with aqueous and high-temperature atmosphere, Environmental results on Engineered fabrics examines particular material-environmental interactions; corrosion premiums and fabric obstacles; preventive measurements opposed to corrosion; usage of older fabrics in fresh functions; using new fabrics for current gear; and extra.
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Pit growth depends on a variety of factors, with the localized corrosion environment in the pit being the most significant factor. Surface condition can also contribute to pitting, with the presence of deposits being a significant factor. Prepassivating treatments are used to clean the surface of deposits. Intergranular corrosion and intergranular stress-corrosion cracking are related phenomena which occur when the grain-boundary microchemistry is altered by thermal treatment such as welding or heat treatment.
In each case, current understanding of grain-boundary composition development in stainless steels is reviewed and assessed relative to IG fracture in corrosive environments. A. Grain-Boundary Composition and IGSCC The general conditions necessary to promote IGSCC are a susceptible material microstructure–microchemistry, a sufficiently corrosive environment, and the presence of tensile stresses. Many of the important aspects controlling environmental crack advance are illustrated in Fig. 1. In nearly all cases of IG cracking, grain-boundary composition plays a dominant role.