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This work was focused on changes of corrosion behaviour influence of deformation. The This work focuses on changes in corrosion behaviour under the influence of deformation. The main purpose is to observe the changes caused by tensile stress. The experimental material used is steel 1.4301 and titanium GRADE 2. The measurements were carried out using a potentiostat, which measures potential changes over time and electric current. The electrolyte used was 3.5% NaCl. Corrosion properties, especially polarization resistance, corrosion potential and corrosion rate, were evaluated from the measurements. The results demonstrate the changing corrosion properties depending on deformation. The corrosion properties worsened as the deformation increased.

Článek se zabývá přehledem a technologií výroby kompozitních chromových povlaků pro pístní kroužky. Popisuje funkční podmínky pístních kroužků a způsob výroby kompozitních povrchových úprav s chromovou matricí a plnivem z tvrdých částic.

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To produce realistic test specimens with realistic flaws, it is necessary to develop appropriate procedure for corrosion flaw production. Tested specimens are made from steels commonly used in power plants, such as carbon steels, stainless steels and their dissimilar weldments. In this study, corrosion damage from NaCl water solution and NaCl water mist are compared. Specimens were tested with and without mechanical bending stress. The corrosion processes produced plane, pitting and galvanic corrosion. On dissimilar weldments galvanic corrosion was observed and resulted to the deepest corrosion damage. Deepest corrosion flaws were formed on welded samples. The corrosion rate was also affected by the solution flow in a contact with the specimens, which results in a corrosion-erosive wear. Produced flaws are suitable as natural crack initiators or as realistic corrosion flaws in test specimens.