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Predicting the effect of droplet geometry and size distribution on atmospheric corrosion

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A new approach is proposed to numerically predict and study atmospheric corrosion for ranging droplet size distributions and the influence of the droplet geometry. The proposed methodology allows for a corrosion prediction based on observed droplet size distributions and droplet contact angles. A mechanistic finite element model, including oxygen transport and Butler-Volmer kinetics, is solved in order to obtain the current density as a function of the droplet geometry. This is done for a range of both droplet radii and contact angles. The computed corrosion current densities are then used as input for imposed droplet size distributions. This allows for a calculated material loss estimation for different distributions and electrolyte configurations and shows the extent of the impact of the droplet size distribution on atmospheric corrosion.
Tijdschrift: Corrosion
ISSN: 0010-938X
Volume: 202
Jaar van publicatie:2022
  • ORCID: /0000-0001-8003-2165/work/120594694
  • ORCID: /0000-0001-7237-8617/work/120594561
  • Scopus Id: 85129306226