Honolulu PRiME 2012 - Honolulu, Hawaii

October 7 - October 12, 2012



D3 - Corrosion, Passivity, and Energy: A Symposium in Honor of Digby Macdonald


Monday, October 8, 2012

301B, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center

Passivity and Passivity Breakdown

Co-Chairs: Barry MacDougall, Fouzia Hannour
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   2176   The Semiconducting Properties and Impedance Analysis of Passive Films on Copper in Anaerobic Sulfide Solutions from the Viewpoint of the Point Defect Model Y. Ling, M. L. Taylor, S. Sharifiasl, and D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University)
08:15   2177   Determining the Coupling Current as a Means of Detecting Crevice Activity and Inhibition S. Lee (The Pennsylvania State University), J. A. Mathews (Electric Power Research Institute), and D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University)
08:30   2178   Influence of the Microstructure on the Passive Character of Titanium Oxide Films Characterized by EIS N. Rodríguez de la Cruz, E. M. Arce, J. Torres (Instituto Politécnico Nacional), R. Luna Sánchez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Azcapotzalco), J. G. Vazquez Arenas (University of Waterloo), J. Hallen, and R. Cabrera Sierra (Instituto Politécnico Nacional)
08:45   2179   Effects of Solution Temperature on the Kinetic Nature of Passive Film on Ni K. Park (KAIST), S. Ahn (Korea Institute of Energy Research), and H. Kwon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)
09:00   2180   Effect of Sour Environment pH on Crack Morphology in Ultra Strength Drilling Steel under Cyclic Stress M. Ziomek-Moroz, J. Hawk (U.S. Department of Energy, National Energy Technology Laboratory), R. Thodla, and F. Gui (DNV)
09:15   2181   Electrochemical Reduction of Ethanol at Lead Electrodes S. B. Hall, N. Wise, and M. Waterland (Massey University)
09:30   2182   IGSCC Caused by Passive Film's Dielectrostrictive Stress T. M. Devine (University of California Berkeley)
09:45 Intermission (15 Minutes)
Co-Chairs: David W.. Shoesmith, Bernard Tribollet
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
10:00   2183   The Relationship between Nanostructure and Electronic Properties of Passive Films Studied by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Combined with Scanning Tunneling Spectroscopy P. Marcus, T. Massoud, and V. Maurice (CNRS Chimie ParisTech)
10:30   2184   Characterization of Repassivation Process on Fe-Cr Alloys Using Scratching Technique M. Wada, A. Kawano, M. Saito, and S. Fujimoto (Osaka University)
10:45   2185   Coupling the Point Defect Model and the Density Functional Theory for Modeling Pit Nucleation B. Malki, B. Baroux, O. Le Bacq, and A. Pasturel (Grenoble INP)
11:00   2186   Development of Base Electrocatalysts which are Passive towards Corrosion in Hot Acidic Electrolytes G. T. Burstein, G. E. Haslam, and X. Y. Chin (University of Cambridge)
11:15   2187   Characterization of Bound Water in Passive Film of Titanium Formed in H2SO4 Solution T. Haruna, S. Ito, and K. Kimoto (Kansai University)
11:30   2188   Kinetic Stability of Aluminium and Its Alloys: The Role of "Structural" Features X. Zhou (Monash University), D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University), and N. Birbilis (Monash University)
11:45   2189   Effect of Galvanostatic Condition on Growth Behavior and Repassivation Potential of Crevice Corrosion of Duplex Stainless Steels S. Aoki, T. Ehashi, and J. Sakai (Waseda University)
Co-Chairs: Ashok Kumar Shukla, Srdjan Nesic
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
13:30   2190   Metallographic Characterization of Transgranular Stress Corrosion Cracking on Type316L Stainless Steel in High Temperature and High Pressure Water Environment S. Fujimoto, N. Okada, T. Saito, and H. Tsuchiya (Osaka University)
13:45   2191   Corrosion Inhibition of Localized Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking of Steam/Gas Turbine Materials B. Bavarian, J. Zhang, and L. Reiner (California State University)
14:00   2192  
Comparison of Electrochemical Pitting Characteristics of Alloy 825, Alloy 690 and Titanium for a Concentrated Radioactive Waste Hold-Up Tank H. Kim and K. Na (KHNP-CRI)
14:15   2193   Studies of Pitting Initiation on High-Strength Pipeline Steel by Metallurgical Micro-Electrochemistry Y. Cheng (University of Calgary)
14:30   2194   Hydrogen Induced Passivity Degradation and Stress Corrosion Cracking J. Luo, B. Lu (University of Alberta), and S. Shi (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
Co-Chairs: Damien Feron, Farrel Martin
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
14:45   2195   Birth and Death Stochastic Process in Pitting Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking T. Shibata (Osaka University)
15:15   2196   Implications for the Initiation of Pitting Corrosion of Composition Changes around Sulphide Inclusions in Stainless Steels D. E. Williams (University of Auckland)
15:30   2197   Effect of Sulfate Ion on Pitting Corrosion Behavior of Type 420 Martensitic Stainless Steel in Chloride Solution W. Ji, S. Pan, and W. Tsai (National Cheng Kung University)
15:45   2198   Intrinsic Vacancies and Their effect on Corrosion Reactivity at the FeS2 (100) Surface A. Krishnamoorthy, F. W. Herbert, and B. Yildiz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Tuesday, October 9, 2012

301B, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center


Co-Chairs: Takumi Haruna, Dave Williams
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   2199   Predicting the Steady State Thickness of Passive Films with the Point Defect Model in Fretting Corrosion Experiments J. Geringer (ENSM-SE), M. L. Taylor, and D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University)
08:15   2200   Optimization of Impedance Models with Differential Evolution M. L. Taylor, S. Sharifi, and D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University)
08:30   2201   Neural Network as a Data Mining Tool for Prediction of Corrosion Behavior M. (. Kamrunnahar and M. Urquidi-Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University)
08:45   2202   Vacancy Formation and Electronic Structure on FeS2 Surfaces - Model System for Iron Sulfide Corrosion Films F. W. Herbert, A. Krishnamoorthy, K. J. Van Vliet, and B. Yildiz (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)
09:00   2203   Deterministic Prediction of Localized Corrosion Damage in Oil and Gas Pipelines G. R. Engelhardt (OLI Systems, Inc.), R. Wollam (BP), and D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University)
09:15   2204   Application of the Kramers-Kronig Relations to Impedance Spectroscopy M. E. Orazem (University of Florida)
09:30   2205   Microstructure-Influenced Numerical Modeling of Pitting Corrosion in 316 Stainless Steel N. Kota (Science Applications International Corporation), S. Qidwai, and V. DeGiorgi (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory)
Co-Chairs: Jordi Abell´┐Ż, Mike McKubre
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
10:00   2206   The Role of MnS Inclusions and Passive Films in the Initiation of Pitting Corrosion of Stainless Steels N. Hara, Y. Sugawara, and I. Muto (Tohoku University)
10:30   2207   CPE Behavior of Oxide Layer Impedance B. Tribollet, I. Frateur (CNRS), M. Musiani (IENI CNR), M. E. Orazem (University of Florida), and V. Vivier (CNRS)
10:45   2208   A Spectroscopic and Electrochemical Investigation of the Structure of Ni(OH)2 Materials D. S. Hall (University of Ottawa), C. Bock, B. MacDougall (National Research Council Canada), D. J. Lockwood (National Research Council), and S. Poirier (National Research Council Canada)
11:00   2209   Electrochemical and Surface Study of the Oxide Growth and Conversion on 316L Stainless Steel Q. W. Knapp, J. J. Noël, and J. Wren (Western University)
11:15   2210   Constant Phase Elements and Impedance of Rough Surfaces : A Numerical Study M. Venkatraman, I. S. Cole (CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering), D. Sherwood (Central Electrochemical Research Institute), I. G. Bosco (CSIRO Materials Science and Engineering), and B. Emmanuel (Central Electrochemical Research Institute)
11:30   2211   Mathematical Models for Under-Deposit Corrosion Y. Chang and M. E. Orazem (University of Florida)
11:45   2212   Weight Loss Model for Atmospheric Corrosion of Steel in Mexico Using Artificial Neural Networks E. BOLAÑOS RODRIGUEZ (UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DEL ESTADO DE HIDALGO. MÉXICO) and J. González Islas (Universidad Tecnológica de Tulancingo. México)


Co-Chairs: Ignacio Gonzalez, Patrick Schmuki
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
13:45   2213   Electrochemical Correlation Study of On-Line Corrosion Monitoring Probes D. Bai (Harbin Institute of Technology, Shenzhen Graduate School), J. Wu (Harbin Institute of Technology Shenzhen Graduate School), and F. Chen (Shenzhen Grusen Technology Co., Ltd)
14:00   2214   (Corosion Division H. H. Uhlig Award Presentation) Understanding of Passivity Due to the Application of Surface Methods, a Review H. Strehblow (Heinrich-Heine-University Duesseldorf)
14:30   2215   (Corrision Divisin Morris Cohen Award Presentation) Evaluation of Thiosulfate as a Substitute of Hydrogen Sulfide in Sour Corrosion Fatigue Studies M. Kappes (University of Akron), G. Frankel (The Ohio State University), R. Thodla (DNV), N. Sridhar (Det Norske Veritas (USA) Inc.), and R. Carranza (Comisión Nacional de Energía Atómica)
15:00   2216   Marine Biofilms Mimic Metal/Air Battery Current Enhancement Strategies: A Study of Peroxide Degradation via Manganese Dioxide Catalysis in Seawater M. J. Strom (U.S. Naval Research Laboratory), G. W. Luther, and S. C. Dexter (University of Delaware)
15:15   2217   Dissolution Behavior of Novel Lead Anodes for Copper Electrowinning M. Clancy, C. Bettles, N. Birbilis (Monash University), and A. Stuart (Origma Pty Ltd.)


Co-Chairs: Jing-Li Luo, Tim Burstein
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
15:30   2218   Corrosion Behavior of High Level Waste (HLW) Storage Tank Materials J. Grant and D. Chidambaram (University of Nevada Reno)
15:45   2219   Nuclear Corrosion and Electrochemistry: Achievements and Challenges D. Feron (CEA)
16:00   2220   Probabilistic Model for SCC: Integration of the Several Environment and Fracture Processes S. Jain, F. Ayello, J. A. Beavers, and N. Sridhar (Det Norske Veritas)
16:15   2221   Chloride-Induced Stress Corrosion Cracking of Austenitic Stainless Steel for Dry Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel T. M. Ahn, G. Oberson, and S. DePaula (U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission)
16:30   2222   Dynamic Polarization Behaviors of Stainless Steels in Water Film Simulating the Water Treatment Plants Y. Kim (POSCO Technical Research Laboratory) and Y. Park (Waterworks Research Institute SMG)
16:45   2223   Electrochemical Characterization of UNS S32760 and UNS S31603 Alloys in Presence of Fluoride and Bromide Solutions E. Maya Visuet, A. Karayan, and H. Castaneda-Lopez (National Center for Corrosion Research and Education and Materials Performance, The University of Akron)
17:00   2224   Determination of Kinetic Parameters for Water Reduction and Oxygen Reduction on Copper S. Sharifiasl and D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University)
17:15   2225   In-Situ Spectroscopic Ellipsometry and Electrochemical Studies of the Barrier Layer on Iron in Borate Buffer Solutions Z. Lu (Ford Motor Company), S. Sharifiasl, and D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University)
17:30   2226   Copper Alloys Corrosion and Passivation Monitoring by Electrochemical Integrated Probes in Chlorinated Condenser Cooling Circuits P. Cristiani, M. Carvalho (RSE- Ricerca sul Sistema Elettrico S.p.A.), and G. Perboni (CESI SpA)
17:45   2227   State of Health Estimation of LiFePO4/Graphite Cells Y. Zhang and C. Wang (The Pennsylvania State University)
18:00   2228   On the Stability of the Passive Film on Iron as Indicated by Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy M. Urquidi-McDonald and D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University)

Kamehameha Exhibit Hall 3, Level 1, Hawaii Convention Center

D3 - Poster Session

TimeProgr#Title and Authors
o   2229   Density Functional Theory Calculations of Defects Formation Energies in Cr2O3 B. Malki, B. Baroux, O. Le Bacq, and A. Pasturel (Grenoble INP)
o   2230   Electrical Microdischarge Characterization during Spark Anodization of Zirconium J. S. Santos (Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos), S. G. Lemos (Universidade Federal da Paraiba), W. N. Gonçalves, O. M. Bruno (Universidade de Sao Paulo), and E. C. Pereira (Universidade Federal de Sao Carlos)
o   2231   Preparation of Pt-Ru/CNT/Carbon Cloth Catalysts by Electrodeposition Method for Use in Fuel Cell Y. Lin, T. Yeh, and M. Tsai (National Tsing Hua University)
o   2232   Effect of Passivation Potential on Amount of Bound Water in Passive Film on Titanium T. Haruna and S. Ito (Kansai University)
o   2233   Prediction of Stress Corrosion Cracking of Type304 Stainless Steel Weld Components Exposed to Chloride Environments G. Nakayama and Y. Sakakibara (IHI Corporation)
o   2234   Electrochemical Studies of the Alloy Ti6Al4V after Being Subjected to UV-C Irradiation Treatment M. Pacha-Olivenza (CIBER-BBN), A. Gallardo-Moreno, V. Vadillo-Rodríguez, M. González-Martín, C. Pérez Giraldo (University of Extremadura), and J. C. Galván (Centro Nacional de Investigaciones Metalúrgicas)
o   2235   Effects of Cu on the Localized Corrosion and Repassivation kinetics of Ferritic Stainless Steels S. Ahn, K. Oh (KAIST), and H. Kwon (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology)

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

301B, Level 3, Hawaii Convention Center


Co-Chairs: Mark Orazem, Behzad Bavarian
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
08:00   2236   Electrochemical Corrosion Measurements in Supercritical CO2 - Water Systems with and without Membrane Coating J. Beck, M. Fedkin, and S. N. Lvov (The Pennsylvania State University)
08:15   2237   Enhanced Corrosion Resistance of Interstitially Hardened 316L Stainless Steel: Gas Phase Nitridation under Paraequilibrium Conditions N. R. Tailleart, F. Martin (US Naval Research Laboratory), R. Rayne, P. M. Natishan (US Naval Research Laborator), H. Kahn, and A. Heuer (Case Western Reserve University)
08:30   2238   Corrosion Maps for Aluminium Alloys: Defining the Property Space and the Role of Microstructure and Chemistry in Corrosion N. L. Sukiman, R. K. Gupta (Monash University), R. G. Buchheit (Ohio State University), and N. Birbilis (Monash University)
08:45   2239   Corrosion Protection by Trivalent Chromium Process (TCP) Coatings on Aluminum Alloys L. Li and G. Swain (Michigan State University)
09:00   2240   Corrosion Resistance of Nanoporous Superhydrophobic Surfaces of Anodic Aluminum Oxide C. Jeong, W. Xu, K. Du, and C. Choi (Stevens Institute of Technology)
09:15   2241   Enhanced Corrosion Resistance of Stainless Steels Interstitially Hardened with Carbon or Nitrogen under Paraequilibrium Conditions P. M. Natishan (US Naval Research Laborator), N. R. Tailleart, F. Martin (US Naval Research Laboratory), R. Bayles (Naval Research Laboratory), R. Rayne (US Naval Research Laborator), H. Kahn, and A. Heuer (Case Western Reserve University)
09:30   2242   Effect of Acetic Acid on the Cathodic Reaction of Carbon Steel Corrosion T. Tran, B. Brown, and S. Nesic (Ohio University)
09:45 Intermission (15 Minutes)
Co-Chairs: Phillipe Marcus, Simon Hall
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
10:00   2243   Corrosion of Nickel and Iron Based Superalloys in High Temperature Gas Environments H. Chang and T. Yeh (National Tsing Hua University)
10:30   2244   Investigation of the Corrosion Behavior of Zinc Magnesium Aluminium Alloys with a Novel Quaternary Addition Using SVET and Time-Lapse Microscopy J. H. Malone, S. Mehraban, J. H. Sullivan, J. Elvins, and D. Penney (Swansea University)
10:45   2245   Redox Transformations in the Oxide Films on Ni-Cr-Mo Alloys and Their Influence on Corrosion Susceptibility X. Zhang, A. Mishra, D. Zagidulin, J. J. Noël (Western University), and D. W. Shoesmith (University of Western Ontario)
11:00   2246   Transition Metal Inhibition of Titanium Corrosion: Electrochemical Behavior of Titanium in Alkaline Electrolyte W. B. Utomo and S. W. Donne (University of Newcastle)
11:15   2247  
Overview of the Mg Corrosion Mechanism A. Atrens (The University of Queensland)
11:30   2248   Investigation of Zinc Dimercaptothiadiazole as a Corrosion Inhibitor for Steel R. L. Mercado, J. Fury, M. B. Kiely (Crosslink), D. Buhrmaster (University of Dayton Research Institute), C. E. Miller (U.S. Army Research Laboratory), and P. Zarras (NAWCWD)
11:45   2249   In-Situ Electrochemical Measurement of Acid Dew Point Corrosion of Carbon Steel T. Zhang (Harbin Engineering University)


Co-Chairs: Tom Devine, Wen-Ta Tsai
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
13:30   2250   Incorporation of Modifiers to Improve the Anticorrosion Behavior of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Coatings Applied to High Strength Al Alloys R. P. Hernandez, B. M. Vasconcelos, V. R. Capelossi (University of São Paulo), M. Olivier, and H. G. De Melo (University of Mons)
13:45   2251   Effect of Halogen Ions and Inhibitors on Corrosion Behavior of 13 Cr Stainless Steel in Packer Fluid M. Sakairi, R. Fujita, A. Kageyama (Hokkaido University), M. Kimura, and Y. Miyata (JFE Steel Corporation)
14:00   2252   Hydration and Structural Transformations during Titanium Anodization under Alkaline Conditions P. Acevedo Peña (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana), J. G. Vazquez Arenas (University of Waterloo), R. Cabrera Sierra (Instituto Politécnico Nacional), and I. Gonzalez Martinez (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana)
14:30   2253   The Palladium Hydrogen System; Corrosion Monitoring and Energy Production M. C. McKubre, J. Bao, S. Crouch-Baker, P. Jayaweera, A. Sanjurjo, and F. Tanzella (SRI International)
14:45   2254   A 12 V / Kilo-Farad Range Lead-Carbon Hybrid Ultracapacitor and Their Envisaged Applications A. K. Shukla, A. Banerjee, A. Jalajakshi, and M. K. Ravikumar (Indian Institute of Science)
15:00   2255   In Situ Monitoring of Phosphate Inhibitor Surface Deposition in the Cathodic Region during Corrosion of a Zinc Magnesium Aluminium Alloy Using Time-Lapse Microscopy and Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy S. Mehraban, J. H. Sullivan, and J. Elvins (Swansea University)
15:15   2256   An Investigation into the Individual and Synergistic effects of Organically Coated Steel Systems Using the Scanning Vibrating Electrode Technique (SVET) A. W. Littlehales (University of Wales Swansea), J. H. Sullivan, D. A. Worsley, and J. Elvins (Swansea University)
15:30   2257   Inhibition of Corrosion-Driven Organic Coating Delamination on Hot Dip Galvanized Steel by Phenyl Phosphonic Acid C. F. Glover and G. Williams (Swansea University)
15:45 Intermission (15 Minutes)
Co-Chairs: M. Urquidi-Macdonald, T.-K. Yeh
TimeProgr#Title and Authors
16:00   2258   Self-organized Anodic Structures P. Schmuki (University of Erlangen-Nuremberg)
16:15   2259   Development of Zn-Mn Alloy Based Sacrificial Coatings S. Ganesan, P. Ganesan, and B. N. Popov (University of South Carolina)
16:30   2260   Study of the Inhibition of Mild Steel Corrosion by Molybdate and Nitrite Anions A. Al-Refaie (Saudi Basic Industries Corporation)
16:45   2261   Oxygen Sensors for Accelerator Driven System (ADS) Reactors A. Verdaguer, S. Colominas (Universitat Ramon Llull), and J. Abellà (IQS Universitat Ramon Llull)
17:00   2262   Prussian Blue Films in Ammonium Aqueous Solution J. Agrisuelas, C. Delgado, J. García-Jareño, and F. Vicente (University of Valencia)
17:15   2263   Towards Tritium Electrochemical Sensors: Synthesis and Characterization of Proton Conducting Ceramic Elements L. Llivina, S. Colominas, and J. Abellà (Institut Quimic de Sarria - Universitat Ramon Llull)
17:30   2264   In Situ Coupling Current Studies in AA5083 and AA2024 K. Williams (The Pennsylvania State University), R. Bayles (Naval Research Laboratory), and D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University)
17:45   2265   On the Corrosion of Iron in Physically-Constrained Locations D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University) and G. R. Engelhardt (OLI Systems, Inc.)
18:00   2266   Mechanisms of Depassivation D. D. Macdonald (The Pennsylvania State University)
18:15   2267  
Two Manifestations of the Passivity of the Metal in Aqueous Solution H. Hua (China Aerospace Engineering Consultation Center) and H. Hua (Chinese Academy of Science)
18:30   2268   Could this Fuel Replace Gasoline J. O. Bockris (Gainesville)