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, Volume 35, Issue 1, pp 36–41 | Cite as

A physicomathematical model of corrosion of iron in a lead melt with an admixture of oxygen

  • Ya. S. Matychak
  • V. M. Fedirko
  • V. S. Pavlyna
  • O. I. Eliseeva
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Abstract

We propose a physicomathematical model for the corrosion of iron in a lead melt which contains oxygen. The model allows one do describe the distinct features and regularities of the kinetics of corrosion processes taking into account the multiphase, and multicomponent nature of the system and the interaction of components during the processes of adsorption and diffusion. To adequately describe the phenomena under study when formulating the diffusion boundary-value problem, we used nonstationary conditions, which represent correlation surface physicochemical effects, for mass transfer through the interface.

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Oxygen Iron Mass Transfer Structural Material Corrosion Process 
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  • Ya. S. Matychak
  • V. M. Fedirko
  • V. S. Pavlyna
  • O. I. Eliseeva

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