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Throughout the automotive industry there is an increasing interest in lightweight construction materials to achieve better fuel economy and meet regulatory requirements...
By: Della Anggabrata
Deterioration due to corrosion of materials, parts and components during transportation and temporary storage during interstage manufacturing is a persistent problem in...
For millennia, humans have practiced the art of joining metals. Early welding consisted of forge welding, which involved heating and hammering. By the end of the 19th...
By: Krystal Nanan | Civil Engineer
Corrosion, by definition, is a degradation of material due to its chemical or electrochemical reaction with its environment. While this is a problem for metals in...
By: Nemanja Pavlovic
Due to their low carbon content, low carbon steels are neither too ductile nor too brittle. They have low tensile strength and hardness. Because of their low hardness,...
Cavitation takes place in a fluid system when the local fluid pressure in any region falls below the fluid’s characteristic vapor pressure, resulting in the...
Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are a group of carbon-based products that are able to vaporize at room temperature. Historically VOCs were quite common in coating...
By: Mohamed Adel Mohamadein | Head of the Corrosion, Arab Petroleum Pipelines
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