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Corrosion of a High Intensity Discharge Lamp
Martin L. Smith, Kenneth Sakaguchi, Cliff Carroll,
Tyler Gabriel, and Omar S. Es-Said
Loyola Marymount Univ.
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I Case studies is fast fracture and fatigue fuiiure
In this third set of Case Studies we examine three instances in which failure by crack
propagation was, or could have become, a problem. The first is the analysis of an
Effect of Tempering and Baking on the
Charpy Impact Energy of HydrogenCharged 4340 Steel
K.Mori, E.W.Lee, W.E.Frazier, K.Niji,
G.Battel, A.Tran, E.Iriarte, O.Perez,
H.Ruiz, T.Choi, P.Stoyanov, J.Ogren,
J.Alrashaid, et al.
Journal of Materials Engineering
Case studies in dry oxidation
In this chapter we look first at an important class of alloys designed to resist corrosion:
the stainless steels. We then examine a more complicated problem: that of protecting
the most advanced gas
Case studies in friction and wear
In this chapter we examine three quite different problems involving friction and wear.
The first involves most of the factors that appeared in Chapter 25: it is that of a round
shaft or journal rot
Table 4.1 Material classes and members of each class
Class Members Short name
Engineering Alloys Aluminium alloys Al alloys
(The metals and alloys of Copper alloys Cu alloys
engineering) Lead alloys Lead alloys
Magnesium alloys Mg alloys
2337 A current density of 0.1 A1011]? is applied .
to the iron in an iron-zinc corrosion cell.
Calculate the weight loss of zinc per hour
(a) if the zinc has a surface area of 10 cm2
and the iron has a surface area of
100 cm2 and
(b) if the zinc