Materials Performance Supplements

CORTEC 2019

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BEHZAD BAVARIAN is a professor in the Department of Manufacturing Systems Engineering and Management and direc- tor of the W.M. Keck Advanced Materials Laboratory at California State University, Northridge (CSUN), Northridge, California, USA, email: Bavarian@csun.edu. He received his Ph.D. in metallurgical engineering at The Ohio State University in 1980. He has been a member of NACE International for 36 years and received a 2012 NACE Technical Achievement Award for contributions to corrosion and corrosion engineering. L I S A R E I N E R i s a p ro f e s s o r i n t h e Department of Manufacturing Systems E n g i n e e r i n g a n d M a n a g e m e n t a n d manager of the W.M. Keck Advanced Materials Laboratory at CSUN. ALINE B. AVANESSIAN is a research assistant in materials engineering at California State University, Northridge. She is experienced in electrochemical corrosion testing and analysis, corrosion inhibitors, corrosion protection of ferrous and nonferrous alloys, materials science, quality control, and laboratory and indus- trial testing technologies of metals and alloys, polymers, and concrete. REZA YAKANI is a researcher at California State University, Northridge. BORIS A. MIKSIC, FNACE, is president and chief executive of Cortec Corp., St. Paul, Minnesota, USA. He has served in this capacity for 40 years. Cortec is a world leader in the manufacture of corrosion inhibitors in several industries, including modern plastic products. Miksic holds more than 43 U.S. and foreign patents and patent applications and has presented papers throughout the world. He received the NACE International F.N. Speller Award for longtime contributions to corrosion engineering. A NACE Fellow, he has been a NACE member for more than 40 years. FIGURE 15 The adsorption isotherm relationship between surface coverage and temperature for different VCIs on the surface of steel. Adsorption energy was roughly –21,500 to –24,970 J/mol for these inhibitors. FIGURE 14 Effects of different inhibitors on tensile ductility of UNS G10180 steel. Application of Vapor Phase Corrosion Inhibitors for Contaminated Environments Environmentally Safe VpCI ® /MCI ® Technologies EXCELLENCE Q U A I T Y ® C O R P O R AT I O N 13 CORTEC SUPPLEMENT TO MP MATERIALS PERFORMANCE JUNE 2019

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