Research by the Corrosion Section of the British Iron and Steel Research Association during the past year has shown that the corrosion‐resistance of low‐alloy steels is considerably greater than that of ordinary mild steel. This is reported briefly in the 1953 annual report of B.I.S.R.A. which was published last month. Other work, summarised below, has been concerned with protective coatings, thickness meters, corrosion inhibitors and the mechanism of resistance of wrought iron.
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