THE EFFECT OF NANOCARBON MATERIALS STRUCTURES ON THE PERFOMANCES OF EPOXY-BASED PAINT COATING FOR STEEL SURFACES

Phan Thi Thuy Hang

Abstract


This paper reports the effect of the nanocarbon materials addition on the physico-mechanical properties and corrosion protective ability of epoxy based paint coatings for the steel surfaces. In this work the nanotubes and nanosheets (layers) structures of nanocarbon materials were used for the investigation. The properties of received products were measured by the test techniques for paint coating characterization. The results showed that the addition of the nanocarbon materials (only ratio of 0.1 wt%) significantly improved the physico-mechanical performance and corrosion protection ability of epoxy coatings for steel surfaces. However improvement quantity depends on the structure of nanocarbon materials. The obtained results showed that the nanosheets structure of carbons coatings made the physico-mechanical properties of the epoxy coating increased better than those of nanotube structure.

 


Keywords


nanocarbon materials, graphene, carbon nanotubes, corrosion protection property, epoxy paint coatings.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15625/2525-2518/55/5B/12237 Display counter: Abstract : 164 views. PDF : 80 views.

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