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Measuring the surface area of fastenersAuthor(s): Douglas R. Rammer; Samuel L. Zelinka
Source: Fastener technology international. Vol. 34, no. 1 (Feb. 2011): p. 40-41.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionNew product provides a easy way for companies to identify the surface area of threaded and nonthreaded fasteners, especially as changes in wood preservative treatments act to accelerate metal fastener corrosion in wood.
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CitationRammer, Douglas R.; Zelinka, Samuel L. 2011. Measuring the surface area of fasteners. Fastener technology international. Vol. 34, no. 1 (Feb. 2011): p. 40-41.
KeywordsMetals, testing, corrosion, anti-corrosives, fasteners, copper, wood preservatives, joints, screws, optical measurements, surfaces, joints, failure, connectors, treated wood, preservative treated wood, preservatives, chromated copper arsenate, CCA, durability, alkaline copper quat, ACQ, surface area, failure, CuAz, copper azole
- Corrosion rates of fasteners in treated wood exposed to 100% relative humidity
- Analytical determination of the surface area of a threaded fastener
- Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) as a tool for measuring corrosion of polymer-coated fasteners used in treated wood
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