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|Title:||Prediction of new additives for galvanizing process by the properties of their constituent chemical elements|
|Source:||Jin, H.,Li, Y.,Wu, P. (1999-05). Prediction of new additives for galvanizing process by the properties of their constituent chemical elements. Journal of Materials Research 14 (5) : 1791-1795. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.|
|Abstract:||Chemical element properties are generally classified in six groups: size, atomic number, electrochemical factor, valence-electron, cohesive energy, and angular valence-orbital. It is well known that some bulk properties of materials, like electrical conductivity and heat capacity of metals, may be interpreted in principle based on their constituent chemical element properties. In this study, effects of additives in galvanizing have been correlated to the chemical element properties of the additives. By screening all chemical elements (in the periodic table of elements) with this model, new additives, like Ca, Sc, Ge, Sr, and Y, have been predicted to reduce the steel weight loss in galvanizing. This model may also help to design new alloys as additives.|
|Source Title:||Journal of Materials Research|
|Appears in Collections:||Staff Publications|
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