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Towards commercialization of self-healing technology in epoxy coating

By Lujie Ye

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Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)This work is focused on developing viable self-healing coatings, especially considering the viability of the coating in a commercial context. With this in mind, finding low cost healing agents, with satisfactory healing and mechanical properties as well as adapting the healing system for use in coatings was required. Seven potential healing agents were evaluated and an air-drying triglyceride (linseed oil) was identified as the candidate healing agent. Different encapsulation techniques were evaluated and ureaformaldehyde microcapsules were chosen as the candidate encapsulation technique. Self-healing coatings were fabricated using urea-formaldehyde encapsulated linseed oil. EIS, SEM and TGA technologies were used to evaluate mechanical performance, corrosion resistance, and self-healing performance

Topics: Corrosion, EIS, Linseed Oil, Self-healing, Strength, Corrosion and anti-corrosives -- Research -- Analysis -- Evaluation, Protective coatings -- Research, Mechanical wear, Linseed oil -- Research, Epoxy coatings -- Technology, Impedance spectroscopy, Electrochemistry, Strength of materials, Engineering design -- Research, Mechatronics
Year: 2014
OAI identifier: oai:scholarworks.iupui.edu:1805/5613
Provided by: IUPUIScholarWorks

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