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cor·rode

(kŏ-rōd'),
To cause, or to be affected by, corrosion.

corrode

See corrosive.
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The aim of present work is to analyze elastic tripping stress of flat bar (FB) stiffeners with both-sided corroded surfaces.
EPMA elemental analysis of the chromium coating and SEM-EDX observation of cross-sections of the corroded areas were conducted using the following samples: (1) the trivalent chromium plated part installed in the monitoring vehicle in Russia, (2) a trivalent chromium plated test piece painted with brine mud (a solution of calcium chloride and kaolin), and (3) a trivalent chromium plated test piece painted with brine mud mixed with fulvic acid.
Moreover, in recent years, several researchers have studied the seismic vulnerability and fragility analysis of corroded RC bridges [3-11].
These repairs will reinforce the corroded areas and are a preventive measure in response to the June 2010 in-depth inspection, said Duane Hill, state bridge engineer.
The specimen with the tension rebar corroded to 10% mass loss achieved an ultimate strength of 85% that of a un corroded specimen, and experienced a failure due to loss of bond, evidenced bond splitting longitudinal cracks.
After 24 hours, the screw in the freshwater cup will not be corroded at all.
They face charges of failing to ensure workers were not exposed to risks of injury and death from fire, explosion and other dangers arising out of corroded pipes and escape of liquid petroleum gas, which exploded.
Angus Stewart QC, prosecuting, told judge Lord Hardie: "The cause was the ignition of petroleum gas in a pipeline which over the years had corroded.
Last year's launch failed because of a fuel leak in the rocket caused by a corroded fastener known as a ``b'' nut.
Oil giant BP announced that it was shutting down half of its operations in Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, to repair corroded pipelines (see map).
Often, the bolts that fasten the seat are so corroded that you simply can't unscrew the nuts.