(redirected from corroded)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to corroded: carotid artery, rusted
References in periodicals archive ?
Significant relevant works have been performed in the area of residual strength evaluation of corroded structures.
Elemental analysis of the corroded areas was performed with an electron probe micro-analyzer (EPMA), test piece cross-sections were observed with a field emission scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM), and test piece cross-sections and corresponding element distributions were analyzed using a scanning electron microscope (SEM) and its ancillary energy dispersive X-ray analyzer (EDX)
References [21-25] included a comprehensive experimental and computational study on the inelastic behaviour of isolated corroded reinforcing bars, including the impact of corrosion on inelastic buckling and degradation due to low-cycle fatigue.
It is a classic example of a car that still looks very good, but is badly corroded underneath.
If the tube is corroded, broken or missing, the tank will develop hot and cold areas, leading to complaints about short-term hot water.
Work involves repairing 26 corroded areas, including reinforcing gusset plates and areas of the lower chord (steel members located beneath the deck), spot-painting areas to slow corrosion and removing concrete areas on the deck s lower surface in poor condition.
She phoned me and told me what had happened and I immediately phoned the garage, asked for the manager and queried the corroded rear brake pipes that I knew were not corroded as they were made of copper.
5] performed a total of 54 pull-out tests of 10, 14 and 20mm which were corroded to various degrees ranging from 0 to 14% mass loss.
The explosive isobutane (LPG) was mixed with 150 kilos of toxic hydrogen fluoride (HF) when it escaped from a corroded pipe at the Stanlow petro-chemical plant in Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, in May 2003.
I think you made it look corroded yourself," said Patty.
He told the judge, Lord Hardie: "The cause of the explosion was the ignition of petroleum gas in a pipeline which over the years had corroded.
THE explosion which killed nine workers at the Stockline plastics factory was caused when petroleum gas caught fire in a corroded pipe, a court heard yesterday.