Electrochemical conditions within an artificial crevice
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Published by UMIST in Manchester .
Written in English

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StatementSupervised by: Cottis, R.A..
ContributionsCottis, R. A., Supervisor., Corrosion and Protection Centre.
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Open LibraryOL19657472M

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  resulting in acidification of the crevice interior and the deposition of corrosion products once neutral conditions are encountered. Once the crevice anolyte pH is low enough, the reduction of protons also couples to metal oxidation within the crevice, leading to extensive propagation. Identification and characterization of coupled diffusional and electrochemical kinetics effects was achieved under potentiostatic anodic dissolution conditions. A one‐dimensional artificial pit geometry with sample wire electrodes embedded in an inert support exposed to NaCl solutions was used to study the dissolution of stainless steel and. Crevice corrosion is a highly localised form of corrosion that occurs within crevices and shielded areas, commonly at joints or under gaskets. The remaining surfaces show no, or very little, damage. The crevice is usually hundredths of a millimetre or less in size. • changes of the soil condition at the object due to deposits present in the soil; • additional electrochemical factors. For further details, see EN - 1. Corrosion in Water Major conditions for corrosive stress in water are: • the composition of the waters, such as oxygen content, kind and amount of.

The aim of this study was to investigate the initiation of crevice corrosion for ferritic stainless steel in artificial crevice electrode cells using the IR drop mechanism. Electrochemical Corrosion E.E. Stansbury No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the written permission of the Since the conditions of product or material use are outside of ASM’s control. the clamping force distribution and the uniformity of the crevice condition within the crevice former. [66] There are many other methods that have been used by researchers to create artificial. An artificial crevice cell, constructed from two optically flat surfaces, was used to measure the initiation time under controlled variation of crevice gap, applied potential, and sulfide.