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Effect of distance from sea on atmospheric corrosion rate

AuthorsFeliú Batlle, Sebastián; Morcillo, Manuel; Chico, Belén
Issue Date1999
PublisherNACE International
CitationCorrosion 55: 883-891 (1999)
AbstractThe influence of the distance Jrom sea constitutes one oj the most important aspects of atmospheric corrosion In coastal areas. Empirically, it is known that the effect oj marine atmospheres extends principally some Jew hundred meters Jrom the shoreline and decays rapidly further inland. As coastal corrosion rate depends on the concentration of chloride In the atmosphere, Influence of wind and surf zone on the production of saline droplets and the decrease of the amount of these droplets from settling and impingement were discussed. The complexity of phenomena associated with marine atmospheric corrosion makes It difficult to devise a model that covers all scenarios. However, for the areas closest to the shoreline (~ 400 m to 600 m), using published data. It was shown that the decrease of the corrosion rate with dlstancefrom the sea is represented fairly well by a simple exponential relationship. © 1999, NACE International.
Identifiersdoi: 10.5006/1.3284045
issn: 0010-9312
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