Study on mechanism of differential concentration corrosion

@article{Liu2020StudyOM,
  title={Study on mechanism of differential concentration corrosion},
  author={Bin Liu and Yingwei Liu},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2020},
  volume={10}
}
The pipeline easily gets corroded in a seawater environment. The oxygen in the seawater is one of major parameters causing the corrosion. In practice, the corrosion due to the oxygen concentration difference, i.e. differential concentration corrosion (DCC), cannot be avoided. However, a one-dimensional DCC model cannot satisfactorily predict the corrosion because the oxygen distribution near the pipe wall is two-dimensional. In this regard, a two-dimensional DCC model was proposed in this study… 

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