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K. Proceedings of the 1st International Congress on Metal Corrosion, 1961; pp 276, Butterworths: London, 1962. 8. Sixth Report of the Corrosion Committee, Spec. Rep. No. 66, Iron and Steel Institute: London, 1959. 9. Hudson, J. C. J. Iron Steel Inst. 1950, 166, 123. 10. Mor, E. ; Ventora, G. Br. Corros. J 1976, 11, 40. 11. Songa, T. International Conference on Steel in Marine Structures, Paris, ECSC: Luxembourg 1981. 12. Forgeson, B. ; Southwell, C. ; Alexander, A. L. Corrosion 1960, 16, 105t. 13.

151 Control of ALWC in existing installations is probably best carried out by a combination of sterilization of the marine muds combined with cathodic protection. Future installations are recommended to employ cathodic protection in the design (possibly combined with coating) in order to avoid the problem in the future. 4 Variation of corrosion with height The corrosion rate of steel will vary as a function of height above and below the water as the environment changes from predominantly atmospheric, through the splash zone, into water-saturated mud and eventually to an underground condition.

The first mechanistic evidence for this improvement in performance was made by Stratmann and is shown in Figure 15. In copper-free steel, a large fraction of the total corrosion process occurs during the drying phase of the wet–dry cycle. 133 Either way, the redox cycling (and associated volume changes) is suppressed resulting in a more compact and more protective rust layer. 3 Applications The most widespread use of weathering steels has been for structural steelwork in buildings, bridges, roadside furniture, etc.

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