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Steel Corrosion Map of Vietnam
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  • Journal title : Corrosion Science and Technology
  • Volume 11, Issue 4,  2012, pp.103-107
  • Publisher : The Corrosion Science Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.14773/cst.2012.11.4.103
 Title & Authors
Steel Corrosion Map of Vietnam
Cole, Ivan; Corrigan, Penny; Nguyen, Viet Hue;
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 Abstract
In the framework of an International cooperation program in Australia-Asia, the atmospheric corrosion of metals in five nations located in this tropical zone: Australia, Vietnam, Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia was investigated. In this program, mild steel, zinc and copper were tested on a set of sites, representative for different climatic conditions: severe marine, marine, industrial, urban and rural, simultaneously with the collection of climatic parameters and pollutants. Based on the data obtained in the Program and referring to the bank of data collected in the Vietnam National Projects, modeling was used to construct a corrosion map of steel for Vietnam. The correlation of the data derived from the map compared with those from National Projects is very high, in most cases, differing by less than 2-3%.
 Keywords
corrosion;natural testing;site;corrosion modeling;corrosion map;
 Language
English
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