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The erosion-corrosion performance of mild steel and SA313-T22 steel in low velocity conditions

Stack, Margaret and Chacón-Nava, José G. and Stott, F.H. (1998) The erosion-corrosion performance of mild steel and SA313-T22 steel in low velocity conditions. In: 3rd NACE Latin American Region Corrosion Conference, 1998-10-01.

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Abstract

This paper discusses the erosion-corrosion performance of mild steel and SA313-T22 steel in low velocity conditions. It was presented at the 3rd NACE Latin American Region Corrosion Conference in 1998.