Tuesday, 13 September 2016

Lap-joint corrosion testing of precoated steel sheets

Published Date
Volume 75, Issue 944, pp 43–54

Title 
Lap-joint corrosion testing of precoated steel sheets

  • Daniel de la Fuente
  • Manuel Morcillo
  • José Antonio González
  • Eduardo Otero

  • Article
    DOI: 10.1007/BF02757861

    Cite this article as: 
    Chico, B., de la Fuente, D., Morcillo, M. et al. Journal of Coatings Technology (2003) 75: 43. doi:10.1007/BF02757861

    Abstract

    In industry, and particularly in the building construction and automotive industries, lapjoint technology for precoated steel sheet assembly has undergone rapid development. However, the durability problems associated with joints of this type are well known, i.e., premature deterioration of protective coatings (metallic, organic) and accelerated metallic corrosion of the base steel by moisture retention in the joint, crevice corrosion, etc. The authors have been involved in researching lap-joint corrosion testing to learn the behavior of materials in these joints. The precoated steel sheet materials studied were divided into two groups according to their use in two well-defined industrial sectors: building (55% Al-Zn and hot-dip galvanized, painted and unpainted) and car manufacturing (electrogalvanized and galvanneal).

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