Research Journal of Applied Sciences

Year: 2018
Volume: 13
Issue: 5
Page No. 294 - 298

Assessment of the Technological and Environmental Factors Influencing the Ultra-High-Pressure Water Jetting Treatment of the Surface of Naval Construction Steel Against Corrosion

Authors : Luis Marcos Castellanos-Gonzalez, Javier A. Castilla Jimenez, Juan Jose Cabello Eras, Julio S. Hurtado Marquez, Leonel Martinez-Diaz and Alexis Sagastume Gutierrez

Abstract: This research defines the best combination of factors (water pressure, the use or non-use of washing with fresh water after process, environmental factors (i.e., temperature, humidity, etc.) and type of epoxy paint) for the high pressure water jetting treatment of naval steels to guarantee the best performance against corrosion. Results show that the epoxy/iron oxide paint had the best performance when: a water-jetting pressure of 275.8 MPa is used, followed by a low pressure freshwater cleaning. Results also show the best results when the process is developed at the highest environmental temperatures and lowest humidity.

How to cite this article:

Luis Marcos Castellanos-Gonzalez, Javier A. Castilla Jimenez, Juan Jose Cabello Eras, Julio S. Hurtado Marquez, Leonel Martinez-Diaz and Alexis Sagastume Gutierrez, 2018. Assessment of the Technological and Environmental Factors Influencing the Ultra-High-Pressure Water Jetting Treatment of the Surface of Naval Construction Steel Against Corrosion. Research Journal of Applied Sciences, 13: 294-298.

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