Materials Performance

MAY 2017

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39 NACE INTERNATIONAL: VOL. 56, NO. 5 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE MAY 2017 high HP are unstable, leading to increased exposure of Al coatings. Meanwhile, high HP can accelerat e anodic di ssolution , w h i c h re s u l t s i n ra p i d f a i l u re o f A l coatings. Acknowledgments The authors are grateful to the National Science Foundation of China (No. 51222510 and 51675533), the Foundation of Anti- Corrosion Insulation Joint Laboratory of CNPC Research Institute of Engineering Technology, and the Harbin Engineering University (No. YJ2-16-03F) for their sup- port of this work. References 1 S.C. Dexter, "Effect of Variations in Sea- Water Upon the Corrosion of Aluminum," Corrosion 36 (1980): pp. 423-432. 2 I. Ulanovskii, V. Egorova, "Metal Corrosion at Different Depths in Sea," Protection of Metals 14 (1978): pp. 137-139. 3 R . Venkatesan, et al., "Corrosion of Ferrous Alloys in Deep Sea Environm ents," Brit. Corros. J. 37 (2002): pp. 257-266. 4 S. Chen, W. Hartt, S. Wolfson, "Deep Water Cathodic Protection: Part 2—Field Deploy- ment Results," Corrosion 59 (2003): pp. 721- 732. 5 R . Venkatesan , "Studies on Corrosion of Some Structural Materials in Deep Sea Envi- ronment," Ph.D. dissertation (Bengaluru, India Institute of Science, 2000). 6 F.M. Reinhart, "Corrosion of Materials in Hy- drospace," Naval Facilities Engineering Com- mand, 1st ed. (Alexandria, Virginia: Springer, 1964), pp. 297-312. 7 F.M. Reinhart, Nickel and Nickel Alloys, Port Hueneme, 1st ed . (Al exandri a , Virgini a : Springer, 1971), pp. 121-125. 8 A.M. Beccaria, et al., "The Effect of Salt Con- centration on Nickel Corrosion Behavior in Slightly Alkaline-Solutions at Different Hy- drostatic Pressures," Corros. Sci . 34 (1993): pp. 989-1,005. 9 S. Chen, W. Hartt, "Deepwater Cathodic Pro- tection: Part 1—Laboratory Simulation Ex- periments," Corrosion 58 (2002): pp. 38-48. 10 T. Zhang, et al., "A Stochastic Analysis of the Effect of Hydrostatic Pressure on the Pit Cor- rosion of Fe-20Cr Alloy," Corros. Sci. 54 (2009): pp. 3,915-3,922. 11 J. Liu, X.B. Li, J. Wang, "Effect of Hydrostatic Pressure on the Corrosion Behaviors of Two Low Alloy Steels," Acta Metallurgica Sinica 47 (2011): pp. 697-705. 12 A.R. Trueman, "Determining the Probability of Stable Pit Initiation on Aluminium Alloys Using Potentiostatic Electrochemical Mea- surements," Corros. Sci. 47 (2005): pp. 2,240- 2,256. 13 S.F. Weng, Fourier Transform Infrared Spec- troscopy Analysis, 2nd ed. (Beijing, China : Chemical Industry Press, 2009), pp. 325-327. 14 B. Liu, et al., "Effect of Hydrostatic Pressure on the Nature of Passive Film of Pure Nickel," Materials and Corrosion 62 (2011): pp. 269- 274. TONG HUI is an engineer at the CNPC R e s e a rc h I n s t i t u t e o f E n g i n e e r i n g Technology, No. 40 Jintang Rd., Binhai New Area, Tianjin, P.R. China. He has a Ph.D. from Beijing University of Technology in 2015. His research focuses on metal corrosion and surface engineering. He has published several papers. HAN WENLI, XU ZHONGPING, ZHANG YANJUN, and LIN ZHU are engineers at t h e C N P C R e s e a r c h I n s t i t u t e o f Engineering Technology. WEI SCHICHENG and XU BINSHI are engineers at the National Key Laboratory f o r R e m a n u f a c t u r i n g , A c a d e m y o f Armored Forces Engineering, Beijing, P.R. China. Effect of High Hydrostatic Pressure on Aluminum Coatings Mentors Make a Difference Find a mentor. Be a mentor. nace.org/BeAMentor

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