A major goal of the National Aging Aircraft Research Program (NAARP) is to provide the FAA and the aviation industry with analytical tools, predictive capabilities, sound practices and new methodologies to ensure structural integrity in aging aircraft, including corrosion control and prevention. In this paper we report on the results of a two phase study designed first to determine what corrosion prevention and control products (CPCP’s) are being used by commuter and general aviation operators, and second, to obtain a quantitative measure of their effectiveness. 

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