Accession Number:

AD0639599

Title:

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

Descriptive Note:

Memorandum rept.

Corporate Author:

NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON D C

Report Date:

1966-05-01

Pagination or Media Count:

125.0

Abstract:

Contents Stress-corrosion studies, stress-corrosion cracking of a welded plate of 7-2-1 titanium alloy, a study of stress-corrosion cracking of titanium 8-1-1 alloy, stress-corrosion cracking of titanium alloys, stress-corrosion cracking studies on 12 percent nickel maraging and AISI 4340 high-strength steels, a comparison of three specimens for evaluating the susceptibility of high-strength steel to stress-corrosion cracking, the response of selected titanium alloys and high-strength steels to stress in salt water, progress note on simplifying NRLS stress-corrosion cracking test procedure Cathodic protection studies, stainless steel wire rope, aluminized steel wire rope, new sea water evaluation facility to study performance of anodes used in cathodic protection Metallic corrosion studies, aluminum alloys and antifouling paint compatability studies Corrosion fatigue studies, the effects of three aqueous environments on high-stress low-cycle fatigue of an 18 nickel maraging steel, the effects of three aqueous environments on high-stress low-cycle fatigue of 18 nickel maraging steels, a comparative evaluation of low-cycle fatigue crack propagation in 5Ni-Cr-Mo-V steels, low-cycle fatigue crack propagation and fractographic investigation of Ti-7Al-2Cb-1Ta and Ti-6Al-4V in air and in aqueous environments.

Subject Categories:

  • Properties of Metals and Alloys
  • Marine Engineering

Distribution Statement:

APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE