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|Title:||Ion Implantation for High Temperature Corrosion Protection.|
|Authors:||STROOSNIJDER Marinus frederik|
|Citation:||Surface and Coatings Technology vol. 100-101 p. 196-201|
|Type:||Articles in periodicals and books|
|Abstract:||Ion implantation has only limited potential as corrosion protective treatment in high temperature technological applications. It can, however, be a very efficient technique in the frame of screening tests for evaluating the effect of possible alloying additions. Additionaly, it can also play a role to study the underlying corrosion mechanisms. In the present paper this is illustrated with some high temperature corrosion studies, i.e.for studying the mechanisms underlying the socalled reactive element effects; for developing more corrosion resistant TiAl-based alloys and to address mechanistic questions concerned with mixed oxidation/sulphidation.It is concluded that ion implantation is a powerful tool in high temperature corrosion studies, and can thus be very helpful for material development.|
|JRC Directorate:||Joint Research Centre Historical Collection|
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