Corrosion Control Through a Better Understanding of the Metallic Substrate/Organic Coating/Interface.
Annual rept. no. 2, 1 Sep 80-31 Aug 81,
LEHIGH UNIV BETHLEHEM PA CENTER FOR SURFACE AND COATINGS RESEARCH
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This report presents the second annual summary of research carried out under Office of Naval Research Contract No. N00014-79-0731. The objective of the research is to obtain a better understanding of the metallic substrateorganic coatinginterface system so that improvements may be made in corrosion control of metals by painting. The research during the past year has consisted of 15 different components directed by 10 Lehigh faculty members. These activities may be divided for convenience into those primarily concerned with a corrosion at the interface, b the chemistry of the metalcoating interface, c the properties of the coating, and d the surface properties of iron oxides from the standpoint of their presence at the steelorganic coating interface and their use as pigments. Author
- Coatings, Colorants and Finishes
- Manufacturing and Industrial Engineering and Control of Production Systems