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Corrosion science, v. 1125-1136, 1991. ; Liu, S. The Effect of Stress Concentration on Hydrogen Embrittlement of a Low Alloy Steel. 38, n. 721-733, 1996. ; Mikeladzey, A. Effect of Second Phase Particles on Hydrogen Embrittlement of Iron Alloys. 131-139, 1997. Key Engineering Materials Vol. hr Key words: dual-tree complex wavelet transform, image processing, marine environment, corrosion, monitoring, illumination variation. Abstract. The paper proposes a method, the so-called wavelet description, for corrosion monitoring in marine environment which is based on taking the energy difference contained in energy from coefficients derived by applying complex wavelet transforms.
The results show that the PPy layer was formed successfully for pH values in the range from 7 to 9. Higher and lower values of this pH values are not suitable for PPy layer formation. 14 A respectively. 2. Tafel extrapolation test: Table 3: Corrosion rate for the galvanic coupling of steel and galvanized steel without coating and with PPy coating at different solution pH. 5%NaCl solution. 54 for PPy coated galvanized steel coated at pH 7 than the samples without coating 4. 1. Layer formation: Three different counter electrodes such as steel, zinc and stainless steel were examined for their effect on the formed PPy layer on galvanized steel.
Direct techniques include corrosion coupons, electrical resistance, inductive resistance probes, linear polarization resistance, electromechanical impedance spectroscopy, electrochemical frequency modulation, harmonic analysis, electrochemical noise, zero resistance ammetry, potentiodynamic polarization, thin layer activation and gamma radiography, electrical field signature method, and acoustic emission. On the other hand, indirect techniques include corrosion potential, hydrogen flux monitoring and chemical analyses.