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Corrosion rate units commonly reported in the corrosion literature include:
Converting the corrosion rate from one unit to another for comparison and for engineering applicatioins is frequently required for numerous metals and alloys. For a given alloy, the conversion factors are different for each unit (µA/cm2, mpy, µm/y, mm/y, mdd, gmd); for a given unit conversion (e.g. mdd => mpy), the conversion factors are different for different alloys which are influence by the density, chemical compositions, atomic mass of elements in the alloy, and the valence of metallic elements in the alloy. Manual conversion requires multiple steps of calcualtion using a set of equations. The procedure is time-consuming and prone to errors, particularly for many engineering alloys that contain multiple metallic elements in their chemical compostions.
WebCorr Corrosion Rate Units Converter is the only device and OS indepedent software tool on the market for instantly converting between all corrosion rate units for all metals and alloys with precision. Users simply choose the metal or alloy from the list and the conversion between all corrosion rate units for the selected alloy is instantly displayed (Figure 1). If a metal or alloy is not available in the database, users can easily define their own alloys for the conversion (Figure 2).
Figure 1 Overview of Corrosion Rate Units Converter
Figure 2 User-Defined Alloy in Corrosion Rate Units Converter
WebCorr Corrosion Rate Units Converter provides error-free conversion conforming to relevant ASTM and NACE standards. Current database in WebCorr Corrosion Rate Units Converter contains the following metals and alloys:
Aluminum and Aluminium Alloys
Copper and Copper Alloys
Stainless Steels and Alloys
Nickel and Nickel Alloys
Carbon Steels, Cast Irons and Low Alloy
Magnesium and Magnesium Alloys
Users can define their own alloy for the conversion by entering the density of the alloy in kg/cm3, the chemical composition (wt%) of the metallic elements in the alloy, and thier respective valence in the corrosion process. WebCorr Corrosion Rate Units Converter instantly displays the results of the conversion, saving users' time and effort.
Weight loss coupon test for magnesium alloy AZ61 reported a corrosion rate of 1.123 mdd.
What is the equivalent corrosion current density in uA/cm2?
What is the corrosion rate expressed in um/y?
What is the corrosion rate expressed in mpy?
Answers to the above are instantly available (Figure 3) after selecting the alloy AZ61 from the dropdown list and entering the weight loss data "1.123" in the "mdd" field:
The equivalent corrosion current density is 1.0472 uA/cm2.
The corrosion rate in um/y is 22.7844.
The corrosion rate in mpy is 0.897.
Figure 3 Converting Corrosion Rate for Magnesium Alloy AZ61
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