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H.c Shih – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The erosive wear and corrosion behavior of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels in simulated coastal environment
    Surface & Coatings Technology, 2003
    Co-Authors: Y.t Horng, T.c Chang, J.w Hsu, H.c Shih
    Abstract:

    The telecommunication systems outside plants are made of a variety of materials; metals, alloys, polymers, concrete and so on. The interaction between the outside plant metal components and the environment leads to various types of corrosion. Metal-Coated Steel wires are widely used as supports for telecommunication cables. In coastal areas the metal-Coated Steel wire corrodes and even fractures in a short time. A two-step laboratory test, salt-spray after sand blast, was designed to simulate windy coastal environments and this test was adopted to evaluate the zinc- and AluminumCoated Steel. This paper describes the mutual action of sand abrasion and marine corrcorrosion that can lead to premature failure of the metallic coatings in the tropical coastal area. The results also show that the AluminumCoated Steel performed only 60% better than the zinc-Coated Steel. Also it was found the erosive wear of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels fit a ductile-cutting model.

  • The erosive wear and corrosion behavior of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels in simulated coastal environment
    Surface and Coatings Technology, 2003
    Co-Authors: Y.t Horng, T.c Chang, J.w Hsu, H.c Shih
    Abstract:

    [[abstract]]The telecommunication systems outside plants are made of a variety of materials; metals, alloys, polymers, concrete and so on. The interaction between the outside plant metal components and the environment leads to various types of corrosion. Metal-Coated Steel wires are widely used as supports for telecommunication cables. In coastal areas the metal-Coated Steel wire corrodes and even fractures in a short time. A two-step laboratory test, salt-spray after sand blast, was designed to simulate windy coastal environments and this test was adopted to evaluate the zinc- and AluminumCoated Steel. This paper describes the mutual action of sand abrasion and marine corrcorrosion that can lead to premature failure of the metallic coatings in the tropical coastal area. The results also show that the AluminumCoated Steel performed only 60% better than the zinc-Coated Steel. Also it was found the erosive wear of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels fit a ductile-cutting model.[[fileno]]2020334010120[[department]]材料

Y.t Horng – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The erosive wear and corrosion behavior of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels in simulated coastal environment
    Surface & Coatings Technology, 2003
    Co-Authors: Y.t Horng, T.c Chang, J.w Hsu, H.c Shih
    Abstract:

    The telecommunication systems outside plants are made of a variety of materials; metals, alloys, polymers, concrete and so on. The interaction between the outside plant metal components and the environment leads to various types of corrosion. Metal-Coated Steel wires are widely used as supports for telecommunication cables. In coastal areas the metal-Coated Steel wire corrodes and even fractures in a short time. A two-step laboratory test, salt-spray after sand blast, was designed to simulate windy coastal environments and this test was adopted to evaluate the zinc- and AluminumCoated Steel. This paper describes the mutual action of sand abrasion and marine corrosion that can lead to premature failure of the metallic coatings in the tropical coastal area. The results also show that the AluminumCoated Steel performed only 60% better than the zinc-Coated Steel. Also it was found the erosive wear of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels fit a ductile-cutting model.

  • The erosive wear and corrosion behavior of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels in simulated coastal environment
    Surface and Coatings Technology, 2003
    Co-Authors: Y.t Horng, T.c Chang, J.w Hsu, H.c Shih
    Abstract:

    [[abstract]]The telecommunication systems outside plants are made of a variety of materials; metals, alloys, polymers, concrete and so on. The interaction between the outside plant metal components and the environment leads to various types of corrosion. Metal-Coated Steel wires are widely used as supports for telecommunication cables. In coastal areas the metal-Coated Steel wire corrodes and even fractures in a short time. A two-step laboratory test, salt-spray after sand blast, was designed to simulate windy coastal environments and this test was adopted to evaluate the zinc- and AluminumCoated Steel. This paper describes the mutual action of sand abrasion and marine corrosion that can lead to premature failure of the metallic coatings in the tropical coastal area. The results also show that the AluminumCoated Steel performed only 60% better than the zinc-Coated Steel. Also it was found the erosive wear of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels fit a ductile-cutting model.[[fileno]]2020334010120[[department]]材料

J.w Hsu – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The erosive wear and corrosion behavior of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels in simulated coastal environment
    Surface & Coatings Technology, 2003
    Co-Authors: Y.t Horng, T.c Chang, J.w Hsu, H.c Shih
    Abstract:

    The telecommunication systems outside plants are made of a variety of materials; metals, alloys, polymers, concrete and so on. The interaction between the outside plant metal components and the environment leads to various types of corrosion. Metal-Coated Steel wires are widely used as supports for telecommunication cables. In coastal areas the metal-Coated Steel wire corrodes and even fractures in a short time. A two-step laboratory test, salt-spray after sand blast, was designed to simulate windy coastal environments and this test was adopted to evaluate the zinc- and AluminumCoated Steel. This paper describes the mutual action of sand abrasion and marine corrosion that can lead to premature failure of the metallic coatings in the tropical coastal area. The results also show that the AluminumCoated Steel performed only 60% better than the zinc-Coated Steel. Also it was found the erosive wear of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels fit a ductile-cutting model.

  • The erosive wear and corrosion behavior of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels in simulated coastal environment
    Surface and Coatings Technology, 2003
    Co-Authors: Y.t Horng, T.c Chang, J.w Hsu, H.c Shih
    Abstract:

    [[abstract]]The telecommunication systems outside plants are made of a variety of materials; metals, alloys, polymers, concrete and so on. The interaction between the outside plant metal components and the environment leads to various types of corrosion. Metal-Coated Steel wires are widely used as supports for telecommunication cables. In coastal areas the metal-Coated Steel wire corrodes and even fractures in a short time. A two-step laboratory test, salt-spray after sand blast, was designed to simulate windy coastal environments and this test was adopted to evaluate the zinc- and AluminumCoated Steel. This paper describes the mutual action of sand abrasion and marine corrosion that can lead to premature failure of the metallic coatings in the tropical coastal area. The results also show that the AluminumCoated Steel performed only 60% better than the zinc-Coated Steel. Also it was found the erosive wear of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels fit a ductile-cutting model.[[fileno]]2020334010120[[department]]材料

T.c Chang – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The erosive wear and corrosion behavior of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels in simulated coastal environment
    Surface & Coatings Technology, 2003
    Co-Authors: Y.t Horng, T.c Chang, J.w Hsu, H.c Shih
    Abstract:

    The telecommunication systems outside plants are made of a variety of materials; metals, alloys, polymers, concrete and so on. The interaction between the outside plant metal components and the environment leads to various types of corrosion. Metal-Coated Steel wires are widely used as supports for telecommunication cables. In coastal areas the metal-Coated Steel wire corrodes and even fractures in a short time. A two-step laboratory test, salt-spray after sand blast, was designed to simulate windy coastal environments and this test was adopted to evaluate the zinc- and AluminumCoated Steel. This paper describes the mutual action of sand abrasion and marine corrosion that can lead to premature failure of the metallic coatings in the tropical coastal area. The results also show that the AluminumCoated Steel performed only 60% better than the zinc-Coated Steel. Also it was found the erosive wear of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels fit a ductile-cutting model.

  • The erosive wear and corrosion behavior of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels in simulated coastal environment
    Surface and Coatings Technology, 2003
    Co-Authors: Y.t Horng, T.c Chang, J.w Hsu, H.c Shih
    Abstract:

    [[abstract]]The telecommunication systems outside plants are made of a variety of materials; metals, alloys, polymers, concrete and so on. The interaction between the outside plant metal components and the environment leads to various types of corrosion. Metal-Coated Steel wires are widely used as supports for telecommunication cables. In coastal areas the metal-Coated Steel wire corrodes and even fractures in a short time. A two-step laboratory test, salt-spray after sand blast, was designed to simulate windy coastal environments and this test was adopted to evaluate the zinc- and AluminumCoated Steel. This paper describes the mutual action of sand abrasion and marine corrosion that can lead to premature failure of the metallic coatings in the tropical coastal area. The results also show that the AluminumCoated Steel performed only 60% better than the zinc-Coated Steel. Also it was found the erosive wear of zinc- and AluminumCoated Steels fit a ductile-cutting model.[[fileno]]2020334010120[[department]]材料

D D N Singh – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Corrosion performance of hot-dip galvanized zinc-Aluminum Coated Steel rebars in comparison to the conventional pure zinc Coated rebars in concrete environment
    Construction and Building Materials, 1
    Co-Authors: Abdulaziz I. Al-negheimish, Raja Rizwan Hussain, Abdulrahman Alhozaimy, D D N Singh
    Abstract:

    Abstract In this investigation zinc was alloyed with Aluminum in order to improve the corrosion resistance of hot-dip galvanized Coated Steel rebars in contact with chloride-contaminated concrete. To rapidly assess the role of Aluminum alloying in zinc, test panels in sheet form containing 10%, 15%, 20%, and 30% Aluminum in zinc were prepared and evaluated in terms of their corrosion resistance via salt spray exposure tests. It was found that 10%Al-90%Zn (10AZ) provided the best results. Mild Steel rebars were galvanized in 90%Zn-10%Al and 100%Zn (100Z) baths and their corrosion resistance performances when they were exposed to simulated concrete pore solution and embedded in mortars were examined. The10AZ-Coated rebar showed superior corrosion resistance performance to the 100Z-Coated rebar. Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, DC polarization, scanning electron microscopy, Raman specspectroscopy, and X-ray diffraction techniques were used to study the kinetics and corrosion mechanism of the Coated rebars.