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Advances in Surface Modification Techniques for Enhanced Corrosion Protection of Steel: A Comprehensive Review

Ishita Chopra, Saraswati Kumari Ola, Ajay Saini, Smaranika Mohapatra, Geetika Porwal and Veena Dhayal

Abstract

Corrosion is a serious issue in the steel industry because of its negative consequences on structural integrity, safety, and economic losses. To address this issue, different surface modification techniques have been developed to improve steel corrosion resistance. Surface modification methods have received a lot of attention since they offer a versatile and effective way to change the surface properties of steel. This paper reviews different techniques in surface modification used to improve steel corrosion resistance. It discusses the fundamentals of several surface modification technologies, such as conversion coatings, chemical passivation, electrochemical surface treatment, and organic and inorganic coatings. The impact of these changes on steel corrosion resistance are explored in terms of increased barrier characteristics, improved adhesion, and lower corrosion rates. Furthermore, this paper addresses the challenges involved with surface modification approaches and looks ahead to the future of creating enhanced corrosion protection methods for steel.

Published on: December 28, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s5-075
Citation: Chopra I, Ola SK, Saini A, Mohapatra S, Porwal G, et al. 2023. Advances in Surface Modification Techniques for Enhanced Corrosion Protection of Steel: A Comprehensive Review. NanoWorld J 9(S5): S451-S460.

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