Accession Number:

AD0621743

Title:

MARINE CORROSION STUDIES: STRESS-CORROSION CRACKING, DEEP OCEAN TECHNOLOGY, CATHODIC PROTECTION, AND CORROSION FATIGUE.

Descriptive Note:

Interim progress rept. no. 3,

Corporate Author:

NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON D C

Report Date:

1965-07-01

Pagination or Media Count:

93.0

Abstract:

Contents stress-corrosion cracking of titanium alloys in salt water, fresh water, and sea water stress-corrosion cracking tests on welded titanium alloy plates a new stress-corrosion cracking test procedure for high strength alloys a study of the stress factor in corrosion cracking by use of the pre-cracked cantilever beam specimen a study of the crystallographic orientation of cleavage facets produced by stress-corrosion cracking of Ti-7Al-2Cb-1Ta in distilled water the effectiveness of sodium chromate to inhibit stress-corrosion crack propagation in aisi 4340 steel metallic corrosion and cathodic protection to 5652 foot ocean depths performance of tributyl tin oxide and cuprous oxide antifouling paints on 5086-H32 and 6061-T6 aluminum alloys in sea water and river water exposures status report on the current distribution along a wire rope cathode inoperative galvanic anodes related to improper chemical composition of the zinc determination of the effective driving potential and effective d.c. resistance of galvanic anodes low cycle fatigue crack propagation in wet environments.

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APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE