Study of Corrosion-Protection Technologies in Splash and Tidal Zones Establishment of Corrosion-Protection Technologies to Provide Long-Term Durability at Low Cost for Offshore Steel Structures by Use of Methods for Wrapping of Highly Corrosion-Resistant Metallic Materials
To meet the requirement for a long service life of offshore structures, experiments and research on new corrosion-protective wrappings of highly corrosion-resistant metallic materials (austenitic stainless steel, dual-phase stainless steel, cupronickel, monel metal, titanium, etc.) were started in April 1984, using a part of general research installation for ocean technology (off Ohigawa-cho in Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan).
KeywordsAustenitic Stainless Steel Weld Joint Test Piece Splash Zone Vinyl Ester
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