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Updated 02/27/2023
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Evaluating/estimating corrosion test specimen

Current situation

  • The specimen is iron steel that is new with no corrosion.
  • At first, the specimen needs to be corroded.
  • the second step is to find a scientific way to know how much corrosion has been left on the surface of the specimen.

Disadvantages

There are a lot of obstacles and disadvantages in the situation:

  1. How to corrode specimen in order to get a homogeneous rust layer on the surface of the specimen.
  2. How to estimate the amount of corrosion left on the specimen after using the dust remover.

Problem statement

Due to the lack of sophisticated technology in the laboratory and the unwillingness to buy new technology, the problem must be solved with a current and logical solution it does not cost money.

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Anatoly Agulyansky avatar

Anatoly Agulyansky

02/27/2023

This is a great project. You performed a good analysis and found a solution. Continue to use the platform and let me know if you need help.

Alex Agulyansky avatar

Alex Agulyansky

02/27/2023

I am a bit puzzled about how the SFM tool was used. I find it interesting and I wonder what was the target of that. https://hub.priz.guru/project/2344/tools?tp=1#tool-3536

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