Evaluation of Corrosion T22 and 347H Steel Molten Salt By Electrochemical Techniques
The main applications of the SA213 and SA213-TP347H-T22 steels are in aggressive environments such as molten salts, the concentration of these along with the temperature increase generated in the corrosion rate [1-3].
The electrochemical cell used consists of a working electrode WE1, a reference electrode and an auxiliary electrode RE AU in a molten salt electrolyte consisting of 50% V2O5 - 50% Na2SO4 at 700 ° C.
Current I [mA/cm2] and Potential time series [mV/cm2] were obtained to evaluate the behavior of both steels in time, and determine the type of damage caused by molten salts [1,2]. In Figure 1 two sets of time are shown in current for two types of steel.
Behavior TP347H SA213-SA213-T22 and corrosive attack at high temperature by means of electrochemical noise was evaluated.
The results of electrochemical noise are processed in the frequency domain  results acquiring noise impedance Zn.
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