7075 Al alloy was PEO-treated in a silicate based electrolyte containing 3 g l-1 potassium titanyl oxalate using unipolar and bipolar pulsed current waveforms. The coating formed by the bipolar waveform with the wider cathodic pulses showed volcano-like surface morphology with no evidence of large pores at the metal/coating interface. It revealed the highest corrosion performance due to the synergistic effect of TiO2 incorporation and structural/morphological features along with a better passivation behavior indicating no pitting susceptibility. For this coating, the tribocorrosion tests showed no potential drop during sliding under 1 N with the lowest volume loss of 0.022 mm3.
|Numero di pagine||15|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2018|
All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes
- Chemical Engineering(all)
- Materials Science(all)
Di Franco, F., Santamaria, M., Hakimizad, A., Akbari, E., & Raeissi, K. (2018). Electrochemically-induced TiO2 incorporation for enhancing corrosion and tribocorrosion resistance of PEO coating on 7075 Al alloy. Corrosion Science, 143, 314-328.