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Comparison and analysis of two apparatus (IJR) and (RCE) used for erosion-corrosion in aqueous conditions

Yuan, Q. and Stack, Margaret and Chi, Kuangnan (2005) Comparison and analysis of two apparatus (IJR) and (RCE) used for erosion-corrosion in aqueous conditions. Journal of Iron and Steel Research International, 12 (4). pp. 54-59. ISSN 1006-706X

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Abstract

The test apparatus used for investigating erosion-corrosion in aqueous media, including the pipe flow loop, impinging jet, rotating disk and rotating cylinder rigs is reviewed. With combining the impinging jet rig and rotating cylinder electrode rig, the hydrodynamic characteristics of both rigs are analysed.