Course detail

Corrosion and Anticorrosion Protection

FSI-WKOAcad. year: 2017/2018

The course is focused on the issue of corrosion and anticorrosion protection of materials. Emphasis is placed on the mechanism and kinetics of corrosion process, classification of corrosivity environments, corrosion resistant construction materials, corrosion testing, methods and technologies of anticorrosion protection by protective coatings and inhibition of corrosive environments.

Learning outcomes of the course unit

Learning outcomes form the basis of comprehensive knowledge base and field Corrosion of materials and anticorrosion protection, allowing of the students realizing knowledge in implementing specific projects of corrosion and anticorrosion protection materials of industrial products and consumer goods. In particular, it is the knowledge of the fundamental principles of material degradation due to environmental effects, with an emphasis on various forms of degradation in atmospheric conditions. This allows appropriate selection of construction materials for the anticipated corrosion in chemical environment.
Of the basic types of corrosion protection, especially in terms of their designation, functions and applications of the products of different material composition and structural arrangement are projected output pre-edit process knowledge. Knowledge of protective coatings, based on the description of the basic system produced industrially prepared using paints and paint systems, knowledge making and properties of metallic coatings and coatings of new generation alloy coatings and composites (dispersion) coatings. Another important outcome of the course is the possibility of applying knowledge gained in the field of anticorrosion treatments for transport and storage. This is the first application of preservative oils, protective dispersions, emulsions and impregnating materials, both forms of treatment corrosion systems by destimulation and inhibition.
Presented results of studies in a whole allow listeners used both in research of corrosion, and in design and application of anticorrosion protection in industry with knowledge of the issue.
The goals of the course are to provide basic professional information in the field Corrosion and anticorrosion protection. It is based on the assumption that knowledge of the mechanism and kinetics of corrosion of different materials are to optimize systems of anticorrosion protection necessary.
From this perspective, the subject divided in two on consecutive issues (corrosion of materials and anticorrosion protection of materials) in 13 basic topics. Of these, the first eight topics are to introduce the basic principles of materials degradation due to environmental factors. In terms of limited scope is made more detailed description of the corrosion process only for metals, plastics and rubbers. The following five of these topics describes of the basic types of anticorrosion protection, especially in terms of their purpose, features and applications of the products of different material composition and construction design.
Problem areas are complemented by practical exercises, or by visiting a professional workplace, in order to provide students with a more comprehensive view of reality corrosion and anticorrosion protection in industrial practice.

Prerequisites

Course work does not require any special knowledge and skills. The knowledge of basic types of metal materials and their physico-chemical properties, basic chemistry and physical chemistry of materials, with knowledge of PC control software Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, knowledge of descriptive statistics. Knowledge of chemistry of polymer materials and chemical reactions is an advantage. It is recommended that before the lecture and practical exercises familiar with the problem. Lecture given topic and general protocol is available to download and print.

Co-requisites

Not applicable.

Recommended optional programme components

Není specifikováno.

Recommended or required reading

Tulka, J.: Povrchové úpravy materiálů. VUT Brno, 2005. ISBN 80-214-3062-1
Tulka, J.: Povrchové úpravy materiálů. VUT Brno, 2005. ISBN 80-214-3062-1
Pierre R. Roberge: Handbook of Corrosion Engineering, McGraw-Hill New York, 2000, 1139 s, ISBN 0-07-076516-2
Pierre R. Roberge. Handbook of Corrosion Engineering, McGraw-Hill New York. 2000. ISBN 0-07-076516-2
Černý, M. aj.: Korozní vlastnosti konstrukčních materiálů, SNTL, 1984. 264 s.
Černý, M. a kol.: Korozní vlastnosti kovových konstrukčních materiálů, SNTL Praha, 1984, 264 s.
Cicek, V. – Al-Numan B.: Corrosion Chemistry, John Wiley & Sons, 2011. ISBN 978-0-470-94307-6
Cicek, V. – Al-Numan B.: Corrosion Chemistry, John Wiley & Sons, 2011. ISBN 978-0-470-94307-6
www.corrosion-doctors.org
www.corrosion-doctors.org

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

The course is taught through lectures explaining the basic principles and theory of the discipline. Teaching is suplemented by practical laboratory work.

Assesment methods and criteria linked to learning outcomes

Requirement for award of graded credit is participation in all practical exercises, treatment of protocols in electronic form and completing in classification colloquium. Evaluation is performed according to the grading scale from A to E (readiness) and F (not ready).

Language of instruction

Czech

Work placements

Není specifikováno.

Aims

The goals of the course are to provide basic professional information in the field Corrosion and anticorrosion protection. It is based on the assumption that knowledge of the mechanism and kinetics of corrosion of different materials are to optimize systems of corrosion protection necessary.
From this perspective, the subject divided in two on consecutive issues (corrosion of materials and anticorrosion protection of materials) in 13 basic topics. Of these, the first eight topics are to introduce the basic principles of materials degradation due to environmental factors. In terms of limited scope is made more detailed description of the corrosion process only for metals, plastics and rubbers. The following five of these topics describes of the basic types of corrosion protection, especially in terms of their purpose, features and applications of the products of different material composition and construction design.
Problem areas are complemented by practical exercises, or by visiting a professional workplace, in order to provide students with a more comprehensive view of reality corrosion and anticorrosion protection in industrial practice.

Specification of controlled education, way of implementation and compensation for absences

Visiting lectures is recommended given the advanced stage of study is expected to self-mandatory and recommended resources. Attendance at practical exercises is compulsory. For practical exercises are necessary writing tools, ruler, calculator, stopwatch and other needs by the teacher dispositions. Absence from exercises is necessary to solve with the course supervisor.

Classification of course in study plans

  • Programme M2A-P Master's

    branch M-MTI , 2. year of study, winter semester, 4 credits, compulsory

Type of course unit

 

Lecture

26 hours, optionally

Teacher / Lecturer

Syllabus

1st Corrosion and Anticorrosion Protection. Introduction
2nd Theoretical fundamentals of corrosion processes. Chemical corrosion
3rd Electrochemical corrosion. Corrosion diagram
4th Corrosion resistant materials. Corrosion cells. Corrosion micro-cells
5th Corrosion and aging of plastic construction materials
6th Basic forms of corrosion. Uniform, non-uniform and special corrosion
7th Atmospheric corrosion. Corrosivity of atmospheres
8th Corrosion testing and corrosion monitoring
9th Fundamentals of anticorrosion protection. Corrosion resistant materials. Construction Design
10th Anticorrosion protection of corrosion environment treatments. Inhibition and destimulation
11th Organic coatings (paints). Plastic coatings
12th Inorganic non-metallic coatings. Rust modification
13th Metal, alloy and composite coatings

labs and studios

26 hours, compulsory

Teacher / Lecturer

Syllabus

1st Determination of corrosion rate of Fe (of the corrosion diagram)
2nd Determination of corrosion rate of Al-Zn (of the corrosion diagram)
3rd Quantification of corrosion and corrosion intrusion tolerance setting
4th Derivation of the corrosivity of the atmosphere from meteorological data
5th Corrosion resistance of sheet Zn-Ti-Cu (VMZINC) in environments of chlorides
6th Effect of corrosion inhibitor for corrosion of Fe and Cu in pickling
7th Corrosion resistance of aluminium in the environment of methansulfonic acid
8th Influence of "green solvents" to corrosion Fe and Al
9th Making model test paints by applicator ruler
10th Determining the quality characteristics of model test paints
11th Determination of Zn coating thickness and derivation lifetime in the atmosphere
12th Formulation, preparation and application of the rust stabilizer
13th Visit of corrosion and anticorrosion protection workplace.