Electrochemical study of the mechanisms of corrosive wear

@inproceedings{Brigham1976ElectrochemicalSO,
  title={Electrochemical study of the mechanisms of corrosive wear},
  author={Robert Brigham},
  year={1976}
}
AbstractUsing electrochemical polarization techniques, the corrosion component of corrosive wear has been studied as a function of grinding ball hardness in the pH range of 7.7 to 12.5. At lower pH, the corrosion rate was found to be under cathodic control and independent of grinding pressure. At higher pH, the corrosion rate was found to be under anodic control and was a function of grinding pressure. A comparison of electrochemical and weight-loss corrosion data suggests that both corrosion… CONTINUE READING