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Types of Corrosion found in Stainless Steel & Nickel Alloy

 

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Corrosion Fatigue

   

It is well known that a material subjected to a cyclic load far below the ultimate tensile stress can fail, a process called fatigue. If the metal is simultaneously exposed to a corrosive environment, the failure can take place at even lower loads and after a shorter time. Contrary to a pure mechanical fatigue, there is no fatigue limit load in corrosion-assisted fatigue.

 

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