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Environmentally induced cracking often occurs unexpectedly because the environment associated with the failure was not considered fully when setting the materials...
By: Steven Bradley | Principal Consultant, Bradley Consulting Services
Cold corrosion is an electrochemical reaction that occurs on a metallic surface that is at a lower temperature compared to the dew point of the corrosive gas mixture to...
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