We focused on the compatibility between nanocontainers and coating formulations. The results embody a new generation of coatings with sensing ability, and have implications for self-healing and anti-fouling coatings as well.
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A new CP monitoring approach to quantify the health of the CP system in real-time with spatial resolution. Spatial resolution is achieved by an integrated sensor network distributed across a Subsea Production System.
A sacrificial sensor has been designed to detect the occurrence and rate of atmospheric corrosion and stress corrosion cracking. Constructed using additive manufacturing and can be customized for use with small size wires or ribbons of any metallic material as a sensor electrode.
Specification, selection & use of sensors for monitoring atmospheric corrosion. These sensors - based on electrochemical techniques - provide continuous records of contaminants, corrosion rates, or coating condition.