Stress-Corrosion Cracking. Materials Performance and by Russell H. Jones

By Russell H. Jones

Contents comprise: entire insurance of SCC for various fabrics and SCC in several environments: carbon and low-alloy steels high-strength steels stainless steels nickel-base alloys copper alloys aluminum alloys magnesium alloys titanium alloys zirconium alloys uranium alloys amorphous alloys glasses and ceramics weldments in boiling water reactor carrier

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Stress-Corrosion Cracking. Materials Performance and Evaluation

Contents contain: whole assurance of SCC for a number of fabrics and SCC in numerous environments: carbon and low-alloy steels high-strength steels stainless steels nickel-base alloys copper alloys aluminum alloys magnesium alloys titanium alloys zirconium alloys uranium alloys amorphous alloys glasses and ceramics weldments in boiling water reactor carrier

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