UKCW Birmingham: 1-3 October 2024 | NEC
UKCW London: 6-8 May 2025 | ExCeL

News

ATMOSPHERIC FACTORS THAT CAUSE CORROSION

24 Mar 2022
Engineering Edge (Singapore) Pte. Ltd.
Atmospheric corrosion is the deterioration and destruction of metallic materials, as well as their structure and properties, caused by interaction with the terrestrial atmosphere at its various temperature, moisture, chemistry, and climatic values.

Atmospheric corrosion is the deterioration and destruction of metallic materials, as well as their structure and properties, caused by interaction with the terrestrial atmosphere at its various temperature, moisture, chemistry, and climatic values.

Atmospheric corrosion is distinguished from the dry or gaseous corrosion at high temperatures in the absence of moisture, the latter form of corrosion does not require atmospheric humidity to occur.

Dry or gaseous corrosion is a chemical corrosion and is quite different from atmospheric corrosion.

 

Read more:

www.engineering-edge.com/blog/atmospheric-factors-that-cause-corrosion.aspx

Back to Top
Loading

Birmingham Sponsors

Partners

Previous Attendees