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eBook Self-Healing Properties of New Surface Treatments (European Federation of Corrosion) ePub

by L. Fedrizzi

  • ISBN: 1906540365
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: L. Fedrizzi
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: CRC Press; 1 edition (April 30, 2010)
  • Pages: 307
  • ePub book: 1261 kb
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Self-Healing Properties of New Surface Treatments (EUROPEAN FEDERATION OF CORROSION SERIES). L. Fedrizzi, W. Furbeth, F. Montemor.

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This new publication was motivated by the highly successful workshop on self-healing coatings held on 12 September 2007 at the European Federation of Corrosion's annual EUROCORR conference in Freiburg.

Items related to Self-Healing Properties of New Surface Treatments (European. This has stimulated much interest in the development of new ndly coatings with active pigments that convey "self-healing" characteristics. Fedrizzi Self-Healing Properties of New Surface Treatments (European Federation of Corrosion). ISBN 13: 9781906540364. Self-Healing Properties of New Surface Treatments (European Federation of Corrosion). The use of advanced primers containing "smart" self-healing pigments with up to four cooperative effects aims to provide enhanced corrosion resistance for steel or aluminium structures.

Zheludkevich ML, Ferreira MGS (2011) Self-healing anticorrosion coatings. In: Fedrizzi L, Fürbeth W, Montemor MF (eds) Self-healing properties of new surface treatments, European Federation of Corrosion series. Maney, Leeds, pp 11–38Google Scholar. 26. Hager MD et al (2010) Self-healing materials. Adv Mater 22(47):5424–5430CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 27. Kron J, Deichmann KJ, Rose K (2011) Sol–gel derived hybrid materials as functional coatings for metal surfaces.

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Corrosion properties of advanced materials, surface coatings and new .

Corrosion properties of advanced materials, surface coatings and new manufacturing techniques. Prospective authors are requested to submit a short abstract (200-300 words) before 15 October 2017, following the instructions on ww. tv-semapp. Abstracts must be submitted to [email protected] In this effort the European Federation of Corrosion is a valuable source of expert information and networking partner for HUNKOR, upon which it would like to rely in the future as well.

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All branches of industry have, for many decades, utilised organic coatings with active pigments. In most cases the pigments have included zinc dust, red lead oxide or chromates, the protective mechanisms of which are well understood. However, the use of lead and chromate-based coatings is no longer permitted, due mainly to their toxic and carcinogenic characteristics, respectively. This has stimulated much interest in the development of new environmentally-friendly coatings with active pigments that convey "self-healing" characteristics. The use of advanced primers containing "smart" self-healing pigments with up to four cooperative effects aims to provide enhanced corrosion resistance for steel or aluminium structures. This new publication was motivated by the highly successful workshop on self-healing coatings held on 12 September 2007 at the European Federation of Corrosion's annual EUROCORR conference in Freiburg. It includes sixteen contributions, some of which were selected from the proceedings of the workshop (often in extended form) together with a number of specially invited articles and reviews. Among the coatings discussed are: organosilane films filled with nanoparticles and corrosion inhibitors; nanoparticle-containing polyaniline films; pyrrole-based silane primers; polypyrrole/aluminium flake hybrid pigments; ZrO2 sol-gel films; cerium-containing silica methacrylate sol-gel coatings, and many others.