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Corrosion due to seawater studies are urgently required for a safe technology development. Some studies demonstrated that the corrosion rates for most alloys could be four times less than surface corrosion rates. A device for continuous electrochemical measuring of corrosion in real time and underwater is shown in this paper. Therefore, this equipment allows improving the knowledge about long-term materials behavior in this aggressive environment for the scientific community. Also, it has been designed to allow the connection to underwater observatories such as OBSEA.
CitationMasmitja, I. [et al.]. Underwater potentiostat for real-time electrochemical corrosion measurements. A: IEEE Sensor Systems for a Changing Ocean. "2014 IEEE Sensor Systems for a Changing Ocean (SSCO)". Brest: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2014, p. 1-4.
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