Originally Posted by Jim Cate
Absolutely correct, SVN, but one just can't convince these experts.
I was under the impression that crevice corrosion
was a function of limited exposure to the surrounding environment
and the failure of passive oxide layers. So salt water
and inexpert welding are a bad combo. Galvanic corrosion
I associate with dissimilar metals in an electrolyte (like sea water); crevice corrosion I associate with confined spaces, like inside a heat exchanger