Graphitic corrosion

Abstract:

Graphitic corrosion is a type of selective attack that occurs in cast irons. It’s due to selective attack of iron resulting in a porous layer of graphite. This paper presents a review of this type of corrosion illustrated with history cases studied by Corrosion and Electrodeposition Laboratory of São Paulo Institute of Technological Reserch (IPT). A rapid definition and properties of cast iron is also presented, at the beginning.


Reference:
PANOSSIAN, Z. Corrosão grafítica. In: CONGRESSO BRASILEIRO DE CORROSÃO, 18., 1995, Rio de Janeiro. Anais… Rio de Janeiro: ABRACO, 1995.  v.  2, p. 1107-1118

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