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Recent Trends in Nanofiber-Based Anticorrosion Coatings

  • Akihiro Yabuki
  • Indra W. Fathona
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Abstract

Various forms of polymer coatings have been applied in corrosion-control attempts to prolong the useful life of materials. The drawback of polymer coating systems, however, is the inability to function if the coating is damaged or breached. A design for self-healing coatings that would provide repetitive protection has recently been proposed. Self-healing is a natural ability found in both humans and animals to spontaneously cure injury or illness, and the ability is now being used in anticorrosion coating. This chapter begins with brief descriptions of corrosion and corrosion protection. That is followed by descriptions of the properties of various anticorrosion coatings, the concept of self-healing coatings, and the nanomaterials that are used in self-healing coatings. Then, the use of nanofibers as an important nanomaterial in the self-healing process is explained as follows. The network structure by nanofibers in a coating system not only provides a container for inhibitors but also provides channels and pathways for the release of corrosion inhibitor. The performance of a self-healing coating that uses nanofibers is determined by the successful release of corrosion inhibitor. The controlled release of corrosion inhibitors via a change in the pH of nanofibers enhances the performance of self-healing coatings. Finally, trends are proposed for the use of nanofibers as self-healing, anticorrosion coatings.

Keywords

Nanofiber Self-healing Corrosion Coating Corrosion inhibitor Network structure Controlled release 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Graduate School of EngineeringHiroshima UniversityHigashihiroshimaJapan
  2. 2.Engineering Physics, School of Electrical EngineeringTelkom UniversityDayeuhkolot, BandungIndonesia

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