198th Meeting - Phoenix, Arizona

October 22-27, 2000

PROGRAM INFORMATION

E1 - Corrosion and Corrosion Prevention of Low Density Metals and Alloys

Corrosion

Monday, October 23, 2000

Yuma 25

Cu Redistribution During Corrosion of Al-Cu and Al-Cu-Mg Alloys

Co-Chairs: R.G. Kelly and R.L. McCreery

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9:55 Opening Remarks
10:00273 Experimental Models and Analogues of the Corrosion Behavior of Al 2024-T3 - M. Vukmirovic, N. Dimitrov, and K. Sieradzki (Arizona State University) PDF
10:15274 Electrochemical Aspects of Dealloyed (Cu,Mg)Al2 - M. Kendig, S. Jeanjaquet (Rockwell Science Center, LLC), R. Buchheit, H. Guan, and R. Leard (Ohio State University,) PDF
10:30275 Local Dissolution and Deposition Processes on Aluminum Alloy 2024-T3 - A. Kolics, A. Besing (University of Illinois,), T. Suter, H. Boehni (ETH Honggerberg), C. Paik, R. Alkire, and A. Wieckowski (University of Illinois,) PDF
10:45276 Copper Release from Corroding Al-Cu Alloys Measured Using a Rotating-Ring-Disk Electrode - R. Boger and R. Buchheit (The Ohio State University) PDF
11:00 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
11:15277 RDE and RRDE Investigation of Copper Redistribution During Corrosion of Al 2024-T3 - N. Dimitrov, M. Vukmirovic, J. Mann, and K. Sieradzki (Arizona State University) PDF

Yuma 38

Cleaning and Coating Issues in Microstructurally Complex Al Alloys

Co-Chairs: R.L. McCreery and R.G. Kelly

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11:30278 A Mild Chemical Etching Bath for Selective Removal of Intermetallic Inclusions from the Surface of Aluminum AA 2024-T3 Alloys - D. Buttry, G. Chen, M. Williams, J. Malmberg, and J.-S. Kim (University of Wyoming) PDF
11:45279 Copper Accumulation During Cleaning of Al-Cu Alloys - A.J. Davenport and B. Liu (The University of Birmingham) PDF

Cleaning and Coating Issues in Microstructurally Complex Al Alloys (con't)

Co-Chairs: D.A. Buttry and A.J. Davenport

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2:00280 The Development of a Chromate Conversion Coating on Aluminum Alloy AA 2024-T3: Relationship to Microstructure - G. Brown and K. Kobayashi (Keio University) PDF
2:15281 Composition of Chromate Conversion Coatings on Thin Films Anologs of Intermetallic Constituents in AA2024-T3 - M.J. Vasquez, C.R. Clayton, G.P. Halada, and J.P. Longtin (State University of New York at Stony Brook) PDF
2:30282 On the Electrochemical Behavior of Chromate and Molybdate Passivated Intermetallic Particles Present in AA2024-T3 - D. Chidambaram, C.R. Clayton, and G.P. Halada (State University of New York at Stony Brook) PDF

Chromatic Coatings

Co-Chairs: A.J. Davenport and D.A. Buttry

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2:45283 Chromate and Organic Inhibitor Interactions with Aluminum Aircraft Alloy Probed with Vibrational Spectroscopy - R. McCreery, J. Ramsey, W. McGovern, W. Clark, and R.G. Buchheit (The Ohio State University) PDF
3:00284 In-Situ Confocal Scanning Laser Microscopy Studies of the Effects of Surface Treatments on the Corrosion of AA 2024-T3 - G.O. Ilevbare, O. Schneider, R.G. Kelly, and J.R. Scully (University of Virginia) PDF
3:15285 Application of the EQCM for the Study of the Chemical Conversion of Aluminum Alloys - C. Sauvage, R. Oltra, B. Vuillemin (Universite de Bourgogne), O. Neel, and B. Chenal (Pechiney Centre de Recherches de Voreppe) PDF
3:30 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
3:45286 Effects of Aging on Chromate Conversion Coatings on Intemetallic Constituents of AA2024-T3 - M.J. Vasquez, G.P. Halada, C.R. Clayton, and J.P. Longtin (State University of New York at Stony Brook) PDF
4:00287 Chromate Inhibition of Polymer-Coated Aluminum Alloy 2024-T3 - M. Madani, R. Simmons, K. Mann, Y. Sigonney, R. Granata (Florida Atlantic University), and R. Miron (Lehigh University) PDF

Chromatic-Free Coatings

Co-Chairs: R.D. Granata and M.W. Kendig

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4:15288 Optimization of Bath Chemistry for Hydrotalcite-based Conversion Coatings of Aerospace Aluminum Alloys - N. Cella, E. Granada, R. Leggat, and R. Taylor (University of Virginia) PDF
4:30289 Effect of Organosilicon Layers on Corrosion of Aluminum and Magnesium - M. Petrunin and T. Yurasova (Russian Academy of Sciences) PDF
4:45290 Investigation of Cr-Free Treatments for Aluminium Alloy 2024-T3 - L. Domingues, C. Oliveira, J.C.S. Fernandes, M.G.S. Ferreira (Instituto Superior Tecnico), A. Goruppa, and R. Short (University of Sheffield) PDF
5:00291 Poly(2,6-dimethylphenylene ether): An Electroactive Anticorrosion Coating for Aluminum - P. Spellane (Polymer Alloys LLC) PDF

Tuesday, October 24, 2000

Magnesium

Co-Chairs: B.A. Shaw and R.G. Bucheit

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8:30292 Corrosion Behavior of Novel Mg-Al Alloys Produced by Means of the New Rheocasting (NRC) Process - S. Virtanen, L. Kocher, and P. Uggowitzer (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology) PDF
8:45293 Influence of Microstructure on the Corrosion Behavior of Two Magnesium Alloys by EIS - G. Baril, C. Blanc, and N. Pebere (CIRIMAT) PDF
9:00294 The Influence of Carbon Dioxide on the Atmospheric Corrosion of Some Magnesium Alloys in the Presence of NaCl - R. Lindström (Goteborg University), J.-E. Svensson (Chalmers University of Technology), and L.-G. Johansson (Goteborg University) PDF
9:15295 Corrosion Behavior of Magnesium Alloys for Microchannel Applications - M. Ziomek-Moroz, R. Wilson, D. Alman (U.S. Dpeartment of Energy), and J. Zess (Zess Technologies, Inc.) PDF

Titanium

Co-Chairs: R.G. Bucheit and B.A. Shaw

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9:30296 Corrosion of Titanium Alloys - J. Scully (University of Virginia) PDF
10:00297 Ti-Alloy Selections Used for Titanium-Complex Overpack Based on the Critical Condition for Initiation of Crevice Corrosion and Life Prediction Model for Initiation of Stress-Corrosion Cracking Originate in Hydrogen - G. Nakayama, N. Nakamura, Y. Fukaya, and M. Akashi (Ishikawajima-Harima Heavy Industries Co., Ltd) PDF
10:15298 Electrochemical Examination of the Effects of Thermal and Plasma Treatments of Ti, Cu and TiCu Alloys - D.L. Cockea, M.Y.A. Mollaha, M.A. Hossaina, and R. Schennacha (Texas A&M University) PDF
10:30 Fifteen-Minute Intermission

Methodology and Techniques

Co-Chairs: K. Sieradzki and G.S. Frankel

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10:45299 The Influence of Macroscopic Surface Area on Electrochemical Impedance of Al 2024-T3 - M. Kendig, S. Jeanjaquet, and Y. Chung (Rockwell Science Center, LLC) PDF
11:15300 Diagnostic Analysis of the Growth of Passive Films on Aluminum - K. Aligizaki and D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University) PDF
11:30301 Model Based Prediction of the Size of a Pit on Experimental Aluminum Alloys Series 6XXX - J. Sikora, E. Sikora, and B. Shaw (The Penn State University) PDF
11:45302 Using Microelectrodes to Determine the Availability and Behavior of Pit Initiation Sites in Aluminum - D. Wall, M. Martinez, and J. Sullivan (Sandia National Laboratories) PDF

Methodology and Techniques (con't)

Co-Chairs: G.S. Frankel and K. Sieradzki

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2:30303 Influence of Surface Oxide Stability on Corrosion Initiation at Engineered Cu-rich Particles in Al Thin Films - N. Missert, C. Barbour, D. Wall, J. Sullivan, K. Zavadil, and G. Copeland (Sandia National Laboratories) PDF
2:45304 The Effect of Ion Implantation on the Pitting Behavior of Engineered Aluminum Oxides - D. Wall, C. Barbour, J. Sullivan, N. Missert, B. Bunker, and G. Nelson (Sandia National Laboratories) PDF
3:00305 Studies on Characteristics of Galvanic Corrosion on Bondpads in Wafer Fabrication - H. Younan (Chartered Semiconductor Manufacturing Ltd) PDF

Surface Active Layers, Filiform Corrosion, and Atmospheric Corrosion

Co-Chairs: P.J. Moran and R.G. Bucheit

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3:15 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
3:30306 Microstructural Factors in Corrosion and Surface Processing of Light Alloys - K. Nisancioglu (University of Science and Technology), O. Lunder, J.H. Nordlien (SINTEF Materials Technology), and A. Afseth (University of Science and Technology) PDF
4:00307 Response Of 55% Aluminium-Zinc Coated Steel To Well Defined Salt Doses Under Controlled Environments - I. Cole, A. Neufeld, S. Furman, and N. Sherman (CSIRO Australia) PDF
4:15308 Effects of Climatic Parameters on Filiform Corrosion of Aluminium - S.B. Axelsen (SINTEF Materials Technology), D. Persson, and D. Thierry (Swedish Corrosion Institute) PDF
4:30309 Active Surface Layers on Aluminium Alloys Studied with AFM in Relation with Filiform Corrosion - M. Huisert, E. van Westing, H. de Wit, and L. Katgerman (Delft University of Technology) PDF
4:45310 Understanding the Role of the Carbon Dioxide System in Corrosion of Aircraft Lap Splice Joints - K. Lewis and R. Kelly (University of Virginia) PDF

Al-Mg Alloys

Co-Chairs: K. Nisancioglu and S. Virtanen

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5:00311 Crack-Tip/Particle Interactions with Electrochemically Active Particles - R. Jones, D. Baer, M. Danielson, C. Windisch, Jr., and J. Vetrano (Pacific Northwest Labs) PDF
5:15312 Corrosion of Mg- and Cu-Implanted Al in 3.5% NaCl Solution - C.F. Windisch Jr., D.R. Baer, M.H. Engelhard, M.J. Danielson, and R.H. Jones (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory) PDF
5:30313 The Electrochemical Characterization of Al3Mg2 and Stress Corrosion Cracking of AA5083 (Al-4.5Mg-1.0Mn) - J. Searles and R. Buchheit (The Ohio State University) PDF
5:45314 Grain Boundary Corrosion Behavior of Modified 5083 Aluminum Alloys - M.C. Carroll, P.I. Gouma, G.S. Daehn, and M.J. Mills (The Ohio State University)

Exhibit Hall D

Poster Session

Co-Chairs: B.A. Shaw and P.J. Moran

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o315 Sealing Mechanism of Anodized Alumnium in Triethanolamine Solutions - A. Bautista (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), J.A. González, and V. Lopez (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalurgicas) PDF
o316 Electrochemical Spectroscopy for Lifetime Prediction Corrosion Studies - N. Voevodin (University of Dayton Research Institute), M. Donley (Air Force Research Laboratories), and G. Pacinda (University of Dayton Research Institute) PDF
o317 On the Reproducibility of the Electrochemistry Response of AA5083 Alloy in NaCl Solutions - A. Aballe, M. Bethencourt, F.J. Botana, M.J. Cano, and M. Marcos (Universidad de Cádiz) PDF
o318 Surface Analysis Studies of AA2024-T3 for Corrosion Protection of Aircraft - L.S. Kasten, J.T. Grant, G.G. Pacinda (University of Dayton Research Institute), and M.S. Donley (Air Force Research Laboratories) PDF

Wednesday, October 25, 2000

Yuma 25

Localized Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking in Al Alloys

Co-Chairs: J.R. Scully and R. Jones

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10:00319 Effects of Microstructure and Potential on Localized Corrosion of AA2024-T3 - W. Zhang, X. Liu, and G.S. Frankel (The Ohio State University) PDF
10:15320 Localized Corrosion Study of 6xxx Aluminum Alloys via Electrochemical Noise Technique and Electron Microscopy - A. Shi, B. Shaw, E. Sikora, J. Sikora, and X. Wei (The Pennsylvania State University) PDF
10:30321 Crevice Corrosion of Aluminum 6XXX Alloy - A. Abdullah, B. Shaw, and H. Pickering (The Pennsylvania State University) PDF
10:45322 Role of Alloying Elements and Intermetallic Particles in the Intergranular Corrosion of AA7150 - T. Ramgopal and G. Frankel (The Ohio State University) PDF
11:00 Fifteen-Minute Intermission
11:15323 Electrochemical Conditions in the Environment-Assisted Cracking of an Al-Zn-Mg-Cu Alloy - K. Cooper and R. Kelly (University of Virginia) PDF
11:30324 Localized Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking in Al-Cu-Mg-Ag Alloys C415 and C416 - D.A. Little and J.R. Scully (University of Virginia) PDF
11:45325 Localized Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking Studies of Al-Li-Cu alloy AF/C458 - D. Mathur and R.G. Buchheit (The Ohio State University) PDF