AN INVESTIGATION ON THE PERFORMANCE OF COATINGS UNDER CORROSION-EROSION CONDITIONS: THE MECHANISMS OF EROSION, MICROSTRUCTURES, AND ADHESION
Journal: Acta Chemica Malaysia (ACMY)
Author: Kamiyar Sharifian
Print ISSN : 2576-6732
Online ISSN : 2576-6724
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An all-inclusive review related to the recently-conducted researches along with their findings and suggestions on the performance of coatings under wear conditions is represented in this study. Getting a perception of how coatings act under these conditions a crucial knowledge for is predicting the service life of the device, as well as extending it. Accordingly, a multi-aspect performance of coatings is discussed through considering numerous techniques applied by previous researchers. Corrosion-erosion interactions, and models of thermally- and plasma sprayed coatings, multilayered coatings, and a rise of currents resulted from erosion-corrosion are at the center of this study focus. Generally speaking, this review is a contribution to identifying interactions between corrosion and erosion which happen for numerous coating systems. At the end, it is concluded that the common issue among all the considering types of coatings is the need for high-quality coatings in order to eliminate corrosion impacts which, consequently, improves the service life of coatings.