In this study, a combined experimental and modeling approach was used to characterize the effect of electrolyte layer thickness on electrochemical and localized corrosion distributions in the crevice between SS fastener and Al alloy component.
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To investigate the corrosive impact of fuels with biogenic components by performing corrosion fatigue tests on notched and un-notched specimen of stainless 17% chromium steel 1.4016 (X6Cr17) AISI430 in air and biofuel E85 (fuel with 85% ethanol added).
In this study a coupled multielectrode array sensor (CMAS) is used for coating and pretreatment evaluation on carbon steels. The preliminary testing results are summarized and discussed for further application.