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X80 Steel Corrosion Induced by Alternating Current in Water-Saturated Acidic Soil
Wei, Boxin; Qin, Qingyu; Fu, Qi; Bai, Yunlong; Xu, Jin; Yu, Changkun; Sun, Cheng; Ke, Wei
2020-03-01
Source PublicationCORROSION
Volume76Issue:3Pages:248-267
AbstractX80 steel corrosion induced by alternating current (AC) had been investigated by surface analyses and electrochemical measurements in water-saturated acidic soils. The AC sharply increased the corrosion rate of X80 steel. Moreover, the DC potential of X80 steel shifted toward the negative direction after applying AC density, and decreased with the AC density ascending from 0 A/m(2) to 200 A/m(2). A power function model, CR = ai(n) + b, was used to reflect the relation between AC density and corrosion rate. gamma-FeOOH acting as an oxidizer weakened the protective ability of product film, and further accelerated the corrosion of steel.
DOI10.5006/3418
WOS IDWOS:000518605200002
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/83090
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
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Wei, Boxin,Qin, Qingyu,Fu, Qi,et al. X80 Steel Corrosion Induced by Alternating Current in Water-Saturated Acidic Soil[J]. CORROSION,2020,76(3):248-267.
APA Wei, Boxin.,Qin, Qingyu.,Fu, Qi.,Bai, Yunlong.,Xu, Jin.,...&Ke, Wei.(2020).X80 Steel Corrosion Induced by Alternating Current in Water-Saturated Acidic Soil.CORROSION,76(3),248-267.
MLA Wei, Boxin,et al."X80 Steel Corrosion Induced by Alternating Current in Water-Saturated Acidic Soil".CORROSION 76.3(2020):248-267.
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