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Corrosion Management and Associated Implementation Issues

Any corrosion management implementation process should comprise three phases: pre-implementation, implementation, and post-implementation. Any shortcomings will adversely affect the outcome, effectiveness, and quality of the process. This article discusses corrosion management implementation issues and shortcomings that were observed during various campaigns or audits from around the world.

Lasers Could Replace Sanding, Blasting for U.S. Air Force

U.S. Airmen with the 60th Maintenance Squadron (MXS) at Travis Air Force Base in California, USA are one of two bases currently testing a pair of lasers as a new method of removing paint and corrosion on aerospace ground equipment. They say their traditional method involves the use of an orbital sander or blasting machine.

Corrosion Basics—Why Metals Corrode

Corrosion failures are often subtle and a result of invisible localized effects in the form of pits, intergranular corrosion, or attack within crevices.

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