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NIST 16B. NACE/NIST Corrosion Performance Databases - Nonmetals

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Author(s)

C P. Sturrock

Abstract

COR SUR for Windows is a complete revision of the COR SUR and COR SUR2 (DOS) programs and their companion volumes, Corrosion Data Survey, Metals and Nonmetals Sections. Necessary corrections and additions have been made after a thorough appraisal by the editors and selected reviewers.Both the printed volumes and the COR SUR and COR SUR2 (DOS) programs have been widely distributed and used successfully as information helpful in materials selection for specific chemical service. The revision was deemed necessary not only to add new information concerning chemicals, alloy families and specific alloys, but also to correct certain inaccuracies and omissions in the previous editions.COR SUR for Windows has been designed to enhance its usefulness as a tool for materials selection. The tables and graphs produced by the program provide a cost-effective method for quickly reducing the field of choice of materials of construction for particular applications, based on corrosion behavior.
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World Wide Web-Internet and Web Information Systems

Keywords

chemistry, contaminents, corrosion, corrosion rate, environment, materials, materials databases, nonmetallic corrosion, physical properties

Citation

Sturrock, C. (2008), NIST 16B. NACE/NIST Corrosion Performance Databases - Nonmetals, World Wide Web-Internet and Web Information Systems (Accessed June 23, 2024)

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Created October 16, 2008