CRISTIAN SAVIN, CARMEN NEJNERU, MANUELA CRISTINA PERJU, COSTICA BEJINARIU, DIANA BURDUHOS-NERGIS, ANDREI VICTOR SANDU GALVANIC CORROSION OF DUCTILE CAST IRON COUPLED WITH DIFFERENT ALLOYS IN SYNTHETIC DOMESTIC WASTE WATER Waste water is an aggressive environment for transport pumps to treatment plants. The pumps used are generally, immersion pumps and are made of various elements like, rotor, stator, housing, screws, flanges, springs, seals, etc. The construction elements of the pumps are made of various metallic materials, such as nodular cast iron, gray cast iron, low alloy steel, stainless steel, aluminum, bronze, brass, copper, etc. When immersed in waste water, the metals form galvanic series. The paper presents the galvanic corrosion analysis of the above-mentioned metals in case the corrosive environment is waste water with various compositions.