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Extra info for ASM Handbook: Volume 13B: Corrosion: Materials
S. 1361/asmhba0003807 Copyright © 2005 ASM International ® All rights reserved. B. Fletcher, Mittal Steel USA lowered its corrosion rate significantly. These results stimulated more extensive atmospheric corrosion studies in the United States, Germany, and the United Kingdom. 15% Cu provided a 50% improvement in service life of steel. On this basis, the Pennsylvania Railroad adopted copper-bearing steel for all sheet steel to be used in cars (Ref 3). WEATHERING STEELS contain deliberate additions of alloying elements intended to increase the atmospheric corrosion resistance of steel.
Mechanism of Corrosion Resistance of Weathering Steels The atmospheric corrosion of iron and steels is a function of the following factors: composition of the steel; environmental conditions; characteristics of the existing rust layers, especially porosity; cyclic wetting and drying periods; and contamination by particulates. This article highlights some generalities about corrosion mechanisms; References 12 and 13 provide more thorough treatments. Also see the article “Atmospheric Corrosion” in ASM Handbook, Volume 13A, 2003.
Laboratory tests have shown that reduction in the sulfur level of a linepipe steel reduces susceptibility to HIC. Reducing the sulfur content to 50 Yield strength, MPa Tempering temperature, °C Fig. 25Cr-1Mo steels in. 254) 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 (138) (276) (414) (552) (690) (827) Partial pressure CO2, psig (kPa) (d) Effect of partial pressure of CO2 on the corrosion rates of various alloy steels. (a) 0% chlorides at 65 C (150 F). (b) 0% chlorides at 175 C (350 F). 2% chlorides at 65 C (150 F).