|Atmospheric corrosion monitoring of a weathering steel under an electrolyte film in cyclic wet-dry condition|
|C. Thee; L. Hao; J. H. Dong; X. Mu; X. Wei; X. F. Li; W. Ke
|Source Publication||Corrosion Science
|Abstract||Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) and film thickness measurements have been employed to study the corrosion monitoring of steel under an electrolyte film in wet-dry cycles simulating a coastal atmosphere. The results indicate that within each cycle, the corrosion rate increases during drying process due to an increase in Cl- concentration and an enhancement of oxygen diffusion by thinning out of the electrolyte. As corrosion process proceeds, the corrosion rate increases greatly and reaches a maximum. During subsequent corrosion stage, the corrosion rate decreases greatly and keeps at a low value due to the formation of a stable rust layer. (C) 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.|
; hao, long
; dong, junhua
; mu, xin
; wei, xin
; li, xiaofang
; ke, wei] chinese acad sci, state key lab corros & protect, inst met res, shenyang 110016, peoples r china.
; dong, jh (reprint author), chinese acad sci, state key lab corros & protect, inst met res, wencui rd 62, shenyang 110016, peoples r china.
|Keyword||Low Alloy Steel
C. Thee,L. Hao,J. H. Dong,et al. Atmospheric corrosion monitoring of a weathering steel under an electrolyte film in cyclic wet-dry condition[J]. Corrosion Science,2014,78:130-137.
C. Thee.,L. Hao.,J. H. Dong.,X. Mu.,X. Wei.,...&W. Ke.(2014).Atmospheric corrosion monitoring of a weathering steel under an electrolyte film in cyclic wet-dry condition.Corrosion Science,78,130-137.
C. Thee,et al."Atmospheric corrosion monitoring of a weathering steel under an electrolyte film in cyclic wet-dry condition".Corrosion Science 78(2014):130-137.
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