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ASTM G41-1990(2013) Standard Practice for Determining Cracking Susceptibility of Metals Exposed Under Stress to a Hot Salt Environment

Standard Number:  ASTM G41-1990(2013)
Title:  Standard Practice for Determining Cracking Susceptibility of Metals Exposed Under Stress to a Hot Salt Environment
Language:  English
Replacing Standard:  ASTM G41-90(2006)

Status:  Current
International Classification for Standards (ICS)METALLURGY>>Corrosion of metals
Publisher:  American Society for Testing Material (ASTM)
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1.1 This practice covers procedures for testing metals for embrittlement and cracking susceptibility when exposed under stress to a hot salt environment. This practice can be used for testing all metals for which service conditions dictate the need for such information. The test procedures described herein are generally applicable to all metal alloys; required adjustments in environmental variables (temperature, stress) to characterize a given materials system should be made. This practice describes the environmental conditions and degree of control required, and suggests means for obtaining this desired control.

  
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Tile in English:  Standard Practice for Determining Cracking Susceptibility of Metals Exposed Under Stress to a Hot Salt Environment

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