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Special Issue Editor
School of Mechanical Engineering, Xi'an Jiaotong University, Xi'an 710049, China
Interests: tribology; corrosion; tribocorrosion; superlubricity; ultra-low wear; new materials; surface coatings; lubricants
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The process of identifying the elements that lead to corrosion or rust on metals after exposure to typical atmospheric conditions is known as corrosion detection. This is essential for determining the materials' ability to withstand the existing environmental factors and vital in identifying the strength of materials before use in building, construction or any other operation.
Corrosion can be one of the biggest threats to the longevity of metals. It can pose safety risks to people working with metallic objects, huge equipment costs, and subsequent environmental damage. However, through its detection, it is possible to determine, examine and predict the strength and durability of the materials in use. This is why surface degradation monitoring and rust detection are so important. They help mitigate these risks and expenses by preventing the degradation of metallic surfaces over time, allowing problems to be addressed before they reach a critical point. It also improves safety, reduces costs and increases the efficiency of the monitored structures.
Based on all this, the suggested scope of this Special Issue includes (but is not limited to) the following concepts:
- Advanced corrosion detection and monitoring techniques;
- Improved knowledge of corrosion protection of steel surfaces;
- Intelligent industrial corrosion monitoring technology online;
- Novel anti-corrosion coatings or surface treatments with improved durability;
- New protection techniques of metals in extreme environments and conditions;
- Corrosion detection data information system.
Dr. Qunfeng Zeng
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- corrosion detection
- corrosion monitoring
- surface degradation
- steel protection
- anti-corrosion coatings