Atmospheric corrosion of carbon steel at marine sites in Saudi Arabia

@article{Syed2010AtmosphericCO,
  title={Atmospheric corrosion of carbon steel at marine sites in Saudi Arabia},
  author={S. Syed},
  journal={Materials and Corrosion},
  year={2010},
  volume={61}
}
  • S. Syed
  • Published 1 March 2010
  • Environmental Science
  • Materials and Corrosion
Atmospheric corrosion tests, according to ASTM G50‐76, have been carried out in Saudi Arabia, at eight marine sites representing different environmental conditions. Environmental factors such as average temperature, average relative humidity, and deposition rates of atmospheric pollutants (Cl− and SO2) was investigated. X‐ray diffraction has been used to determine the composition of the corrosion products. Corrosion rates have been determined for each sample at each of the exposure sites via… 

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