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22. D. J. Schiffrin, S. R. De Sanchez, Corrosion 41 (1985) 1, 31–37. 23. C. Kato, H. W. Pickering, J. E. Castle, J. Electrochem. Soc. 131 (1984) 6, 1225– 1229. 24. P. Traverso, A. M. Beccaria, B. Poggi, Br. Corr. J. 29 (1994) 2, 110–114. 25. J. P. Gudas, H. P. Hack, Corrosion 35 (1979) 2, 67–73. 26. K. D. Efird, T. S. Lee, Corrosion 35 (1979) 2, 79–83. 27. J. P. Gudas, H. P. Hack, Corrosion 35 (1979) 6, 259–264. 28. N. Mukhopadhyay, S. Baskaran, Corrosion 42 (1986) 2, 113–117. 29. P. K. Chauhan, H.

Tuthill, Hansa 99 (1962) 20, 2077–2086. 21. B. C. Syrett, Corr. Sci. 21 (1981) 3, 187–209. 22. D. J. Schiffrin, S. R. De Sanchez, Corrosion 41 (1985) 1, 31–37. 23. C. Kato, H. W. Pickering, J. E. Castle, J. Electrochem. Soc. 131 (1984) 6, 1225– 1229. 24. P. Traverso, A. M. Beccaria, B. Poggi, Br. Corr. J. 29 (1994) 2, 110–114. 25. J. P. Gudas, H. P. Hack, Corrosion 35 (1979) 2, 67–73. 26. K. D. Efird, T. S. Lee, Corrosion 35 (1979) 2, 79–83. 27. J. P. Gudas, H. P. Hack, Corrosion 35 (1979) 6, 259–264.

07 mJ [53]. However, copper and aluminium alloys are still very popular selection options for seawater-handling pipework and associated process machinery and fittings. 5 Tribo-corrosion Erosion–corrosion is a subject area within the broader topic of tribo-corrosion which covers all aspects of tribologically (mainly mechanically) induced interactions with electrochemical processes. Material selection for tribocorrosion systems is extremely challenging and is based on optimising performance against the combined degradation processes.

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