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Corrosive effect of the environment in livestock buildings on selected materials used in agricultural equipment


, : Corrosive effect of the environment in livestock buildings on selected materials used in agricultural equipment. Sbornik Mechanizacni Fakulty, Vysoka Skola Zemedelska v Praze (2): 237-253

Specimens of zinc and copper alloys, 80 X 30 X 2 mm, were exposed to an environment at a constant temp. of 30 deg C but various RH, and concentrations of NH3, H2S, SO2 and dust, in a corrosion chamber. Hydrogen sulphide, RH and dust had the greatest adverse effect.

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