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ASTM International releases tribo-corrosion compilation.

Press Release Summary:

Jun 03, 2013 - Available from ASTM, "STP1563, Tribo-Corrosion: Research, Testing, and Applications" contains 12 peer-reviewed papers, written by international experts in tribo-corrosion. Topics include: how chemistry of surrounding environment can interact with mechanical contact to cause rapid increase in material loss; role of tribo-corrosion in erosive situations; implant-related tribo-corrosion; tribo-corrosion in machinery; and challenging problem of ensuring reliability of nuclear power plants.

ASTM International - West Conshohocken, PA

Original Press Release

ASTM International Tribo-Corrosion Compilation Now Available

Press release date: May 24, 2013

W. CONSHOHOCKEN, Pa., —STP1563, Tribo-Corrosion: Research, Testing, and Applications, is a new compilation available from ASTM International.

The book contains 12 peer-reviewed papers, written by international experts in tribo-corrosion. Topics covered include:
• How chemistry of surrounding environment can interact with mechanical contact to cause a rapid increase in material loss;
• The role of tribo-corrosion in erosive situations;
• Implant-related tribo-corrosion;
• Tribo-corrosion in machinery;
• The challenging problem of ensuring reliability of nuclear power plants; and
• A discussion of ongoing collaborations between European professional organizations in the area of corrosion and tribo-corrosion.

STP1563, Tribo-Corrosion: Research, Testing, and Applications, is available for $75 USD in print (373 pages; 6” x 9” soft cover; ISBN: 978-0-8031-7549-5; stock #: STP1563) or as an e-book (ISBN: 978-0-8031-7571-6; stock #: STP1563-EB).

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