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Kosari, A. (author)
For many decades, corrosion and corrosion inhibition of high-strength aluminium alloys have been studied indirectly and through traditional and separately performed electrochemical, spectroscopic and microscopic techniques. These approaches employed to date commonly lack sufficient lateral and time resolution to unravel early-stage events which...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Bischoff Tulleken, Ben (author)
Corrosion and fouling are considered major factors affecting the performance of water-steam cycles (WSC). Flow-accelerated corrosion (FAC), present in feed and condensate systems, is a well known corrosion mechanism, eroding and dissolving the protective magnetite layers. Fouling of the boiler, by suspended magnetite particles, is partly...
master thesis 2021
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GevaudanE, Juan Pablo (author), Bernal, Susan A. (author)
The aim of this study is to understand the corrosion mechanism of steel embedded in alkali-activated slag/metakaolin blended concretes via electrochemical testing after 407 days of exposure to a 3.5 wt.% NaCl solution, with an emphasis on characterising the material prior to the onset of corrosion. In order to accurately depict the material’s...
conference paper 2021
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Rossi, Emanuele (author), Zhang, Hongzhi (author), Çopuroğlu, Oğuzhan (author), Polder, Rob B. (author), Šavija, Branko (author), Nijland, Timo G. (author)
An important input parameter for numerical models that simulate cracking of the concrete cover due to reinforcement corrosion is the Elastic modulus of corrosion product (Ecp). Despite its relevance, Ecp is subject of significant variations according to the values reported in the literature, which vary from less than 100 MPa up to 360 GPa....
conference paper 2021
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Wang, Tiao (author), Luan, Yao (author)
Reinforcement corrosion induced by chloride ingress is one of the major threats of reinforced concrete (RC) structures exposed to chloride attack. The cracks of concrete cover provide additional paths of chloride ingress and facilitate the reinforcement corrosion. Current information regarding the influence of crack development on corrosion...
conference paper 2021
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De Maeijer, Patricia Kara (author), Craeye, Bart (author), Kazemi-Kamyab, Hadi (author), Snellings, Ruben (author), Loots, Michel (author)
In the present study, a proprietary 0.2 tonne/h Dusty Cloud Separation (DCS) technology prototype by Value Ash Technologies NV (Belgium) was used to obtain ultra-fine fly ash as a novel by-product. Two types of Class F fly ash were used: separated fly ash (FA1) with particle size < 9.3 μm and ultra-fine fly ash (FA2) < 4.6 μm as sub-fraction of...
conference paper 2021
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Zhang, Zhidong (author), Angst, Ueli M. (author)
The structure of concrete, in particular the microstructure of the steel-concrete interface (SCI), can significantly affect corrosion of rebars. To support corrosion, oxygen needs to diffuse from the ambient environment to the steel surface. Meanwhile, corrosion products transport through the SCI and precipitate in concrete. Transport properties...
conference paper 2021
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Wang, XiaoX (author), Liu, JiaP (author), Zhong, PeiH (author)
When the corrosion expansion stress of the steel reinforcement exceeds the ultimate tensile strength of the concrete, the concrete will crack and eventually cause structural damage. Therefore, direct characterization methods of steel corrosion expansion stress can help predict the concrete cracking time, prevent corrosion expansion and repair...
conference paper 2021
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Chen, Zhipei (author)
Currents flowing along paths not being elements of a purpose-built electric circuit, are called stray currents. Various types of reinforced concrete structures (such as viaducts, bridges and tunnels) in the neighborhoods of railways may be subjected to stray current leaking from the rails. In these cases the concrete pore solution acts as an...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Ma, Lingwei (author), Wang, Jinke (author), Zhang, D. (author), Huang, Yao (author), Huang, Luyao (author), Wang, Panjun (author), Qian, Hongchang (author), Li, Xiaogang (author), Terryn, H.A. (author), Mol, J.M.C. (author)
This work introduces a novel nanocomposite coating with dual-action self-healing corrosion protection activated by the photothermal response of plasmonic titanium nitride nanoparticles (TiN NPs). TiN@mesoporous SiO<sub>2</sub> core–shell nanocontainers were developed as reservoirs for benzotriazole (BTA) corrosion inhibitors and incorporated...
journal article 2021
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da Silva Rodrigues, Joel (author), Marasca Antonini, Leonardo (author), da Cunha Bastos, António Alexandre (author), Zhou, J. (author), de Fraga Malfatti, Célia (author)
The rapid bio-corrosion of magnesium-based alloys, the formation of hydrogen gas and, consequently, the premature loss of biomechanical functions hinder their applications as biodegradable implant materials. The corrosion becomes even accelerated, when fretting wear occurs at implant junctions, as a result of repeated disruptions of the...
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Stouten, G.R. (author), Hamers, Kelly (author), van Tatenhove-Pel, R.J. (author), van der Knaap, E.D. (author), Kleerebezem, R. (author)
Microbial community engineering aims for enrichment of a specific microbial trait by imposing specific cultivation conditions. This work demonstrates that things may be more complicated than typically presumed and that microbial competition can be affected by seemingly insignificant variables, like in this case the type of acid used for pH...
journal article 2021
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Razumov, Nikolay (author), Makhmutov, Tagir (author), Kim, Artem (author), Shemyakinsky, Boris (author), Popovich, V. (author), Popovich, Anatoly (author)
In this study, bulk samples of a CrMoNbWV high-entropy alloy (HEA) were obtained for the first time by spark plasma sintering (SPS) of mechanically alloyed (MA) powders at 1200 °C, 1300 °C, and 1400 °C. Microstructure evolution, phase formation as well as wear and corrosion behavior were investigated. The MA powders’ phase composition was found...
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Dekker, R. (author), van der Meer, F.P. (author), Maljaars, Johan (author), Sluys, Lambertus J. (author)
A numerical model for corrosion pit propagation under mechanical loading is presented. The level set method is used for corrosion front tracking and also enables the domain to be split into a solid and a pit domain. In the pit the diffusion of atoms originating from the dissolution process occurring at the pit front is simulated. The model is...
journal article 2021
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Bakhit, Babak (author), Dorri, Samira (author), Kooijman, A.M. (author), Wu, Zhengtao (author), Lu, Jun (author), Rosen, Johanna (author), Mol, J.M.C. (author), Hultman, Lars (author), Petrov, Ivan (author), Greene, J. E. (author), Greczynski, Grzegorz (author)
Refractory transition-metal (TM) diborides have high melting points, excellent hardness, and good chemical stability. However, these properties are not sufficient for applications involving extreme environments that require high mechanical strength as well as oxidation and corrosion resistance. Here, we study the effect of Cr addition on the...
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Chen, Zhipei (author), Koleva, D.A. (author)
Different concrete structures (viaducts, bridges, or tunnels) in the neighborhoods of railways may be subject to the stray current leaking from the rails. In these cases, the reinforcing rebars embedded in concrete act as conductors, “pick up” the stray current, and can corrode. For simulating the stray current-induced corrosion of metals, most...
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Jahr, H. (author), Li, Y. (author), Zhou, J. (author), Zadpoor, A.A. (author), Schröder, AKi-Uwe (author)
Treating large bone defects is still a clinical challenge without perfect solution, mainly due to the unavailability of suitable bone implants. Additively manufactured (AM) absorbable porous metals provide unparalleled opportunities to realize the challenging requirements for bone-mimetic implants. Firstly, multi-scale geometries of such...
review 2021
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Chen, Guangmeng (author), Wen, Shifeng (author), Ma, Jiacheng (author), Sun, Zhiyong (author), Lin, Cunguo (author), Yue, Zhufeng (author), Mol, J.M.C. (author), Liu, M. (author)
Multifunctional intrinsic self-healing polymers (ISP) are gaining increasing attention these days, and many studies have been devoted to solving the conflict between achieving high mechanical polymer strength and active polymer chain diffusion. In this research, we developed an optimized self-healing composite coating by adding Benzotriazole ...
journal article 2021
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Eivani, A.R. (author), Tabatabaei, F. (author), Khavandi, A. R. (author), Tajabadi, M. (author), Mehdizade, M. (author), Jafarian, H. R. (author), Zhou, J. (author)
A composite material based on the WE43 magnesium alloy and containing nano-sized hardystonite ceramic particles was processed by means of friction stir processing (FSP). Compressive strength and strain-at-failure of the WE43 alloy increased as a combined result of FSP and nanoparticle reinforcement. The results of potentiondynamic...
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Guo, Bingbing (author), Qiao, Guofu (author), Li, Z. (author), Li, Dongsheng (author), Dai, Jinghui (author), Wang, Yan (author)
Impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) is an effective and direct method for controlling the corrosion of reinforced concrete (RC) structures. However, few investigations related to ICCP in cracked RC structures have been reported. In this study, the effect of cracks in concrete cover on ICCP of chloride-contaminated RC structures was...
journal article 2021
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