high-temperature performance and less need for surface preparation (answers to question 20 of the questionnaire give details).
Respondents were also asked to craft questions they would like to see answered by future research in this field (questions 22 and 23 give details). Common themes included modeling (predicting lifetimes, modeling environments and new alloys, extrapolating the results of short-term testing to long-term performance), and monitoring or assessing localized corrosion, including pitting and microbially influenced corrosion.
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