1987-02-01

Corrosion Control Practices On Commercial Aircraft 870747

This paper describes corrosion control practices used in Boeing commercial aircraft. Years of airline service experience and laboratory tests have resulted in a better understanding of the role between metal finishing and design practices. This has resulted in significant improvements in corrosion control practices in today's aircraft. Included are discussions on processing/finishing of metals, the joining of dissimilar materials, sealing practices and drainage management.

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