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    METALS AND CORROSION GUIDE

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    Withdrawn date:  22-06-2009

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    Published date:  12-01-2013

    Publisher:  UK Ministry of Defence Standards

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    TITLE PAGE
    SCOPE
    FOREWORD
    Sponsorship
    Conditions of Release
    General
    MOD Tender or Contract Process
    Related Documents
    Health and Safety
    Warning
    CONTENTS
    SECTION 1 - METALLIC MATERIALS
    SECTION 2 - ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS
    SECTION 3 - PROPERTIES AND SELECTION OF METALLIC MATERIALS
                3.1 Physical Properties
                3.2 Mechanical Properties
                3.3 Tensile and Shear Properties
                3.4 Hardness and Abrasion
                3.5 Notch Toughness
                3.6 Creep
                3.7 Stress Relaxation
                3.8 Fatigue
                3.9 Corrosion Fatigue
                3.10 Chemical Properties
                3.11 Stress and Corrosion
                3.12 Selection of Metals
                3.13 Toxicity of Metals
    SECTION 4 - MODES OF FAILURE
                4.1 Plastic Collapse
                4.2 Brittle Fracture
                4.3 Fatigue and Corrosion Fatigue
                4.4 Corrosion
                4.5 Stress Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking
                4.6 Low Energy Ductile Tearing
    SECTION 5 - METAL FORMS AND PROCESSES
                5.1 Cast Metals
                5.2 Advantages and Disadvantages of Castings
                5.3 Wrought Products
                5.4 Working Processes
                5.5 Extrusion
                5.6 Powder Metallurgy
                5.7 Clad Metals
    SECTION 6 - SHAPING OF METALS
                6.1 Cold Forming
                6.2 Hot Forming
                6.3 Shaping Weldments
                6.4 Spinning
                6.5 Machining
    SECTION 7 - HEAT TREATMENT
                7.1 Steel
                7.2 Annealing
                7.3 Normalizing
                7.4 Quenching
                7.5 Interrupted Quenching
                7.6 Tempering
                7.7 Flame Hardening
                7.8 Induction Hardening
                7.9 Stress Relief
                7.10 Non-Ferrous Alloys
                7.11 Solution Treatment and Precipitation Hardening
    SECTION 8 - SURFACE TREATMENT
                8.1 Surface Hardening
                8.2 Carburizing
                8.3 Pack Carburizing
                8.4 Liquid Carburizing
                8.5 Gas Carburizing
                8.6 Steels for Carburizing
                8.7 Nitriding
                8.8 Ion-Nitriding
                8.9 Steels for Nitriding
                8.10 Carbon-nitriding
                8.11 Nitriding v Carburizing
                8.12 Patented Processes
                8.13 Surface Coatings
                8.14 Hot Dipped Coatings
                8.15 Electroplated Coatings
                8.16 Electroless Plating
                8.17 Sherardizing
                8.18 Calorizing
                8.19 Ion-Plating
                8.20 Phosphating
                8.21 Anodizing
                8.22 Metal Spraying
    SECTION 9 - TESTING AND QUALITY ASSURANCE
                9.1 Strength and Ductility
                9.2 Hardness
                9.3 Notch Toughness
                9.4 Production Testing of Notch Toughness
                9.5 Laboratory Testing of Notch Toughness
                9.6 Drop Weight Test
                9.7 Bulge Explosion Test
                9.8 Crack Arrest Test
                9.9 Isothermal Crack Arrest Test
                9.10 Wide Plate Test
                9.11 Dynamic Tear Test
                9.12 Fracture Mechanics Test
                9.13 Material Cleanness
                9.14 Creep and Stress Rupture
                9.15 Fatigue Limit
                9.16 Corrosion Fatigue and Stress Corrosion Cracking
                9.17 Welding and Brazing Tests
                9.18 Non-Destructive Examination
                9.19 Ultrasonics
                9.20 Eddy Current
                9.21 Radiography
                9.22 Magnetic Particle
                9.23 Dye Penetrant
                9.24 Quality Assurance
    SECTION 10 - CARBON AND LOW ALLOY STEELS
                 10.1 Limitations of Plain Carbon Steels
                 10.2 Low Alloy Steels
                 10.3 Steels for Naval Use
    SECTION 11 - STAINLESS STEEL
                 11.1 Austenitic
                 11.2 Ferritic
                 11.3 Martensitic
                 11.4 Duplex (Austenitic-Ferritic)
                 11.5 Precipitation Hardening
                 11.6 Corrosion Resistance
                 11.7 Stress Corrosion Cracking
                 11.8 Carbide Precipitation
                 11.9 Stainless Steels for Naval Use
    SECTION 12 - CAST IRONS (GREY FLAKE AND DUCTILE IRONS)
    SECTION 13 - COPPER AND COPPER ALLOYS
    SECTION 14 - NICKEL AND NICKEL ALLOYS
                 14.1 NA 13
                 14.2 NA 18
                 14.3 NA 21
                 14.4 Corrosion Resistance
    SECTION 15 - ALUMINIUM AND ALUMINIUM ALLOYS
    SECTION 16 - TITANIUM
    SECTION 17 - DAMPING ALLOYS
    SECTION 18 - BEARING ALLOYS
    SECTION 19 - MISCELLANEOUS ALLOYS
                 19.1 Shape Memory Effect (SME) Alloys
                 19.2 Lead and Zinc
    SECTION 20 - CORROSION
                 20.1 Mechanisms of Corrosion
                 20.2 Bimetallic Corrosion
                 20.3 Formation of Surface Films
                 20.4 Protective Films
                 20.5 Selective Phase Corrosion
                 20.6 Crevice Corrosion
                 20.7 Impingement Corrosion
                 20.8 Cavitation
                 20.9 Hot Spot Corrosion
                 20.10 Pitting
                 20.11 Exfoliation of Aluminium Alloy
                 20.12 Harbour and Estuarine Waters
    SECTION 21 - CATHODIC PROTECTION
                 21.1 Sacrificial Anode System
                 21.2 Materials
                 21.3 Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP)
                      Systems
    SECTION 22 - MARINE FOULING
                 22.1 Outer Bottom Fouling
                 22.2 Fouling of Sea Water Systems
                 22.3 Fouling by Bacteria and Fungi
    SECTION 23 - ANTIFOULING METHODS
    SECTION 24 - HOT GAS CORROSION
    SECTION 25 - FRETTING CORROSION
    SECTION 26 - LUBRICATING OILS
    ANNEX A - RELATED DOCUMENTS
    ANNEX B - DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS
    ALPHABETICAL INDEX

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    Describes the use of preferred metallic materials for use in selected applications in Surface Ships and Submarines.

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    Development Note This is a redesignation of NES 738. (01/2001)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher UK Ministry of Defence Standards
    Status Withdrawn
    Supersedes

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    DEFSTAN 02-348/2(2008) : 2008 GUIDE TO THE DESIGN, CORROSION ASSESSMENT AND STRESS ANALYSIS OF STEAM SYSTEMS PIPEWORK

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    BS EN 10025:1993 Hot rolled products of non-alloy structural steels. Technical delivery conditions
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