AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL CORROSION


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<anchor role="natural" id="p2000a21099818_35"></anchor><emphasis role="bold">AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL CORROSION</emphasis>Aydin Akdeniz
<emphasis role="italic"><emphasis role="bold">INTRODUCTION</emphasis></emphasis> Metals in nature exist as compounds, such as oxides, sulfites, and nitrates, which are fairly stable. Most pure metals and alloys are not stable and as soon as they are formed tend to revert back to their natural states by combini…
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Mark Davies: Standard Handbook for Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineers. AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL CORROSION, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003), AccessEngineering Export