4D microstructural and electrochemical characterization of dissimilar metal corrosion in naval structural Joints
July 15-20, 2018
Dissimilar metal corrosion in aircraft and naval structures has proven to be a persistent challenge. Decades of research in the area have shown that such complex contact surfaces are subject to a combination of corrosive environments and mechanical loads. Hence, this multi-faceted problem must be understood from electrochemical, microstructural and mechanical standpoints to comprehensively understand corrosion damage in these systems.
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Sridhar Niverty, T. Stannard, J. Graber, J.J. Williams, N. Chawla, X. Xiao, and F. De Carlo, "4D microstructural and electrochemical characterization of dissimilar metal corrosion in naval structural Joints" in "Stress-Assisted Corrosion Damage V", A.K. Vasudevan, ONR (retired) Ronald M. Latanision, Exponent, Inc. N. J. Henry Holroyd, Luxfer Eds, ECI Symposium Series, (2018). http://dc.engconfintl.org/sacd_v/4