On the formation of dangerous corrosive conditions in confined spaces of technological devices
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The formation of dangerous corrosive conditions in aircraft compartments in humid tropical climate has been studied using instrumental monitoring. It has been shown that, in confined compartments, there occur temperature and moisture conditions that stipulate the formation of a moisture liquid phase on the surfaces of an aircraft’s internal space and installed components at relative air moisture, which is significantly lower in comparison with that of the open environment.
Keywordsaircraft equipment moisture condensation corrosion
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