Corrosion and wear of sawblade steels

@article{Krilov2004CorrosionAW,
  title={Corrosion and wear of sawblade steels},
  author={A. Krilov},
  journal={Wood Science and Technology},
  year={2004},
  volume={20},
  pages={361-368}
}
  • A. Krilov
  • Published 2004
  • Materials Science
  • Wood Science and Technology
SummaryThe process of stress corrosion cracking was studied in a range of six commercial hardwood species and four standard types of sawblade steel. The combined effects of corrosion and wear of these steels produced an average loss of material of 5 g/m2/h in weight and 0.001 mm/h in thickness. The interaction between timber species and types of steel was significant at the 0.1% probability level. Timbers and steels were ranked by Duncan's multiple-range test according to their corrosion… Expand

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