Materials Performance

DEC 2014

Materials Performance is the world's most widely circulated magazine dedicated to corrosion prevention and control. MP provides information about the latest corrosion control technologies and practical applications for every industry and environment.

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45 NACE INTERNATIONAL: VOL. 53, NO. 12 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE DECEMBER 2014 7 Q. Yu, J. Def feyes, H. Yasuda, P rogress in Organic Coatings 42, 1-2 (2001): pp. 100-109. 8 B. Enders, S. Krauß, K. Baba, G.K. Wolf, Surf. Coat. Technol. 74-75, 2 (1995): pp. 959-965. 9 R.T. Foley, Corrosion 42, 5 (1986): pp. 277-288. 10 F. Sato, R .C. Newman, Keikinzoku/J. Japan Institute of Light Metals 48, 8 (1998): pp. 385- 389. 11 H. Kaiser, Alloy Dissolution , in Corrosion Mechanisms, F. Mansfeld ed. (New York, NY: Marcel Dekker, Inc., 1987), p. 85. 12 F. Hermann , F. Sommer, H. Jones, R .G.J. Edyvean, J. Mater. Sci. 24, 7 (1989): pp. 2,369- 2,379. 13 T.D. Burleigh , R .C. Rennick, F.S. Bovard , Corrosion 49, 8 (1993): pp. 683-685. NAYEF M. ALANAZI is a senior scientist at Saudi Aramco, Research and Development Center, Dhahran 31311, Saudi Arabia, e-mail: He has more than 14 years of professional experi- ence in material and corrosion. His inter- ests are in developing and characterizing ceramic and metallic coatings. He has a Ph.D. in material and science engineering from Sheffield University, United Kingdom, and is a member of NACE International. ADRIAN LEYLAND is a senior lecturer in surface technology at Sheffield University, Dept. of Science and Engineering, Sir Rob- ert Hadfield Bldg., Mappin St., Sheffield S1 3JD, United Kingdom. He is an honors graduate of Leeds University (B.Sc., mate- rials science and engineering, 1985), who joined Sheffield University at the begin- ning of 2003, having spent the previous 17 years at Hull University, where he obtained his Ph.D. in plasma surface engineering in 1992, from the group of Professor Allan Matthews. He subsequently worked as an investment research fellow in the Research Centre in Surface Engineering at Hull, and as a lecturer in the Department of Engi- neering. ALEKSEY YEROKHIN is a research fellow at Sheffield University, Dept. of Science and Engineering. He joined the university in 2003 following the move of the Research Centre in Surface Engineering (RCSE) from Hull University and was promoted to the present position in 2008. He graduated in materials science from Tula Polytechnic Institute in Russia (1986) and worked for three years in Russian industry. He spent the following 10 years at Tula State Univer- sity, where he did his Ph.D. in plasma elec- trolytic oxidation (PEO) in1995 and then worked as an associate professor. In the year 2000, he joined RCSE to play a key role in plasma electrolysis research. He authored two book chapters, over 90 jour- nal papers, and holds five patents in this field. He has been an invited/keynote speaker on more than 10 occasions at major scientific conferences. He has been involved in the organization of seven major scientific events, including ICMCTF and Euromat Congresses. He is a member of the International Society of Electro- chemistry and is a member of the Surface and Coatings Technology Editorial Board. He has edited three special issues of that journal and four annual collections of works. ALLAN MATTHEWS is a professor of sur- face engineering, executive director of The Leonardo Centre for Tribology and Surface Technology, and director of The Research Centre in Surface Engineering at Sheffield University. He joined the univer- sity at the beginning of 2003. He spent the previous 21 years at Hull University, where he was director of the Research Centre in Surface Engineering (now located at Shef- field). Prior to his academic career, he undertook a sponsored "thin sandwich" mechanical engineering degree with a major U.K. aerospace company. Following graduation, he worked in the aerospace sector in a hi-tech manufacturing project management role. He then returned to academia and joined a research team at Salford University investigating tribologi- cal coatings for industrial tooling. He developed a number of innovations in coating technology and spent a period of time as a postdoc there. He is known as a pioneer in the surface engineering field, having established (in 1982) one of the earliest laboratories in the world desig- nated with the surface engineering title. He is involved in numerous professional s o c i e t i e s a n d c o m m i t t e e s a n d w a s awarded the 2011 IoMMM Gold Medal and the 2005 IMechE Donald Julius Groen Prize for Tribology. Influence of Mg Addition on Corrosion Behavior of Ion Vapor Deposited Al Coatings

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