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Corrosion Science and Technology
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Volume 10, Issue 6 - Dec 2011
Volume 10, Issue 5 - Oct 2011
Volume 10, Issue 4 - Aug 2011
Volume 10, Issue 3 - Jun 2011
Volume 10, Issue 2 - Apr 2011
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The Influences of Water Vapor/Hydrogen Ratio, Gas-Flow Rate and Antimony on the Surface Oxidation of Trip Steels
Kwon, Youjong ; Zhu, Jingxi ; Sohn, Il-Ryong ; Sridhar, Seetharaman ;
Corrosion Science and Technology, volume 10, issue 6, 2011, Pages 189~193
In the current paper, we are reporting the results from an investigation of the surface and sub-surface oxidation of a TRIP steel containing 2 wt.% Mn and 0.5 wt.% Al with and without 0.03 wt.% Sb. The oxidizing conditions in the gas were successively varied in terms of the linear gas flow-rate and dew-point, from conditions were gas-phase mass transport limited conditions prevailed, to those were solid state processes became the rate determining conditions. It was found, that at sufficient low oxidizing conditions (defined as flow-rate/dew-point), the metal surfaces were clear of any external oxides, and as the oxidizing conditions were increased, Mn- and Si- oxide nodules formed along with magnetite. As the oxidizing conditions were increased further, a dense magnetite layer was present. The limits of the various regions were experimentally quantified and a proposed hypothesis for their occurrences is presented. No obvious effect of Sb was noted in this micro-structural research of the oxides that results from the various conditions investigated in this study.
Simultaneous Co-deposition of Zn-Mg Alloy Layers on Steel Strip by PVD Process
Kim, Tae-Yeob ; Goodenough, Mark ;
Corrosion Science and Technology, volume 10, issue 6, 2011, Pages 194~198
This is the first release of an interim report on the development of coating technology of Zn-Mg alloy layers on steel strip by EML-PVD (electromagnetic levitation - physical vapor deposition) process in an air-to-air type continuous PVD pilot plant. It intends to introduce a basic principle of the EML-PVD process together with the high speed PVD pilot plant built in Posco. Due to the agitation effect provided by the high frequency induction coil, simultaneous evaporation of Zn and Mg from a droplet could produce alloy coating layers with Mg content of 6% to 12% depending on the composition of the droplet inside the coil. For its superior corrosion resistance, Zn-Mg alloy coated steel would be a very promising material for automotive, electrical appliances, and construction applications.
Accelerated and Outdoor Exposure Tests of Aluminum Coated Steel Sheets
Kim, Jongmin ; Lee, Jaemin ; Lim, Sangkyu ; Jung, Choonho ;
Corrosion Science and Technology, volume 10, issue 6, 2011, Pages 199~204
Hot dip metallic coated steels like as galvanized (GI), zinc-aluminium (GL) and aluminium coated steels are mostly used where corrosion resistance is needed. There are two kinds (type 1 and type 2) of aluminium coated steel being commercially used among them. Type 1 aluminium coated steel is coated with an Al-5~11 wt%Si alloy and Type 2 aluminium coated steel consists of commercially pure aluminium. Type 1 Al coated steel is generally used in automotive components and electrical appliances while type 2 aluminium coated steel is mainly used in construction applications such as building cladding panels, air conditioning and ventilation system. In this study, Type 1 aluminium coated steels have tested by accelerated conditions (salt spray or corrosive gas) and outdoor exposure condition in order to understand their corrosion behaviour. Due to the distinct corrosion mechanism of Al which exposes to the severe chloric condition, Salt Spray Test cannot predict the ordinary atmospheric corrosion of Al based coated materials. In addition, the test results and their corrosion feature of Al coated steel sheets will be discussed comparing with other metallic coated steel sheets of GI and GL.
Investigation of Corrosion Characteristics with Zn, PTFE Hybrid Coating for SS400 in Sea Water
Han, Min Su ; Prak, Jae Cheul ; Jang, Seok Ki ; Kim, Seong Jong ;
Corrosion Science and Technology, volume 10, issue 6, 2011, Pages 205~211
The severe corrosion environment makes the steel product lifecycle short while Cu-alloys with anti-corrosion characteristic used in sea water are too expensive. This study shows that the Cu-alloy(Cu-37.25% Zn-0.67%Al) used in sea water environment can be superseded by SS400 with various coating process, evaluating electrochemical characteristics. Three coating processes were applied to SS400 such as PTFE + Zn coaing, Zn + PTFE coating and only Zn electrogalvanizing coaing. Various electrochemical experiments such as open circuit potential measurments, potentiodynamic polarization tests and analyses of Tafel constants. Mechanical properties were also measured by tensile test and hardness tests. As a result, Zn + PTFE coating for SS400 steel presented the excellent anti-corrosion characteristic in sea water.
Corrosion Characteristics and Surface Morphologies of TiN and ZrN Film on the Abutment Screw by Arc-ion Coating(II)
Jeong, Y.H. ; Kwag, D.M. ; Chung, C.H. ; Kim, W.G. ; Choe, H.C. ;
Corrosion Science and Technology, volume 10, issue 6, 2011, Pages 212~217
In this study, corrosion characteristics of TiN and ZrN film on the abutment screw by arc-ion plating were investigated using a potentiodynamic anodic polarization test in deaerated 0.9% NaCl solution at
. The surface morphologies of the coating layers before and after corrosion test were investigated by a field-emission scanning electron microscope (FE-SEM) and a energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy (EDS). The surfaces of the TiN and ZrN coated abutment screws showed the smooth surfaces without mechanical defects like scratches which can be formed during the manufacturing process, compared with those of the non-coated abutment screw. The corrosion and passive current densities of TiN and ZrN coated abutment screws were lower than those of the non-coated abutment screw.
Cavitation Characteristics on Impeller Materials of Centrifugal Pump for Ship in Sea Water and Fresh Water
Im, Myeong-Hwan ;
Corrosion Science and Technology, volume 10, issue 6, 2011, Pages 218~224
The fresh water and sea water in present ships is used as cooling water for marine engine. Therefore, corrosion damage in seawater system is frequently occurred. In particular, in the impeller of pump, the performance and material span due to the corrosion and cavitation erosion has adverse effects. Most of the pump impellers in vessels are used Cu-Al alloy. Cu-Al alloy which having the excellent mechanical properties and corrosion resistance is widely used in marine environments. However, despite the excellent characteristics, the periodic replacement parts due to the cavitation damage in seawater is vulnerable to economic viewpoint. In this study, Cu-Al alloy used with impeller for centrifugal pump were conducted various experiments to evaluate its characteristics in seawater and fresh water solutions. As an electrochemical result, the dynamic conditions that exposed to the cavitation environment presented high corrosion current density with collapse of the cavity compared with the static conditions. Cavitation test results, the weightloss and weightloss rate in fresh water are observed more than those of seawater.