This study essentially deals with atmospheric corrosion of metals like Iron, Copper, Steel and Aluminium. Eight different locations based on various activities were selected. The results are discussed as functions of the type of location, test material, and exposure time. The results indicate that iron and copper were prone to elevated corrosion, while steel recorded medium level and aluminum the least corroded. Among the locations, Maddilapalem emerged as the site with the highest effect on metals in terms of corrosion. Furthermore, greater corrosion rates were observed in the Rushikonda area, close to the coast followed by Gajuwaka and Kancharapalem sites. The results of the study can be used to obtain a corrosion fingerprint of the locations included in the study. The study provides an insight into the pollution effects on metals and their location specific activities with reference to corrosion which can be applied for suggesting alternatives or control methods.
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Corrosion Study of Metals in Various Environments - A Short Term Study
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