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Identification of transitions through erosion-corrosion regimes using erosion-corrosion maps

Stack, Margaret and Stott, F.H. (1993) Identification of transitions through erosion-corrosion regimes using erosion-corrosion maps. In: Advances in Materials and Processing Technologies. Trans Tech Publications Ltd, Dublin, pp. 2211-2218.

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Abstract

Paper identifying transitions through erosion-corrosion regimes using erosion-corrosion maps.