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Journal
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Corrosion fatigue is defined as the sequential stages of metal damage that evolve with accumulated load cycling, in an aggressive environment, and resulting from the interaction of irreversible cyclic plastic deformation with localized chemical or electrochemical reactions. It appears then evident the need to know and understand all phenomena that are involved in pit formation and growth in the presence of both an aggressive environment and a cyclic load. Although each single effect of both fatigue and corrosion have been extensively documented for aluminium alloys, their synergic action is not thoroughly understood and it continues to be an area of considerable scientific and industrial interest. Fatigue experiments were conducted on bare AA 2024 T3 aluminium alloy specimens in the presence of an aggressive environment consisting of a water aerated solution with 3.5% of NaCl in weight. The specimen was …
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Publication date: 
1 Oct 2013
Authors: 

A Astarita, A Scala, V Paradiso, A Squillace, M Iodice, M Indolfi, T Monetta, F Bellucci

Biblio References: 
Volume: 45 Issue: 10 Pages: 1570-1574
Origin: 
Surface and Interface Analysis