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Corrosion Protection Performance of Organic Offshore Coating Systems at −60 °C Temperature Shock

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A. W. Momber

Muehlhan AG,
Schlinckstraße 3,
Hamburg 21107, Germany
e-mail: momber@muehlhan.com

M. Irmer

Fraunhofer Application Center for Large Structures
in Production Engineering (AGP),
Albert-Einstein-Straße 30,
Rostock D-18059, Germany
e-mail: michael.irmer@hro.ipa.fraunhofer.de

N. Glück

Fraunhofer Application Center for Large Structures
in Production Engineering (AGP),
Albert-Einstein-Straße 30,
Rostock D-18059, Germany
e-mail: nikolai.glueck@hro.ipa.fraunhofer.de

P. Plagemann

Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing and
Advanced Materials Research (IFAM),
Wiener Straße 12,
Bremen D-28359, Germany
e-mail: pla@ifam.fraunhofer.de

1Corresponding author.

Contributed by the Ocean, Offshore, and Arctic Engineering Division of ASME for publication in the JOURNAL OF OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING. Manuscript received November 24, 2015; final manuscript received May 24, 2016; published online July 29, 2016. Assoc. Editor: Søren Ehlers.

J. Offshore Mech. Arct. Eng 138(6), 064501 (Jul 29, 2016) (7 pages) Paper No: OMAE-15-1118; doi: 10.1115/1.4033925 History: Received November 24, 2015; Revised May 24, 2016

Six organic coating systems were investigated according to their corrosion protection performance under simulated Arctic offshore conditions. The investigations involved accelerated aging, coating adhesion measurements, and dynamic mechanical analysis (DMA). The test conditions were adapted to Arctic offshore conditions, which mainly covered temperature shocks between −20 and −60 °C, chloride exposure, dry–wet cycles, and ultraviolet (UV) radiation. Corrosion protection capability dropped for all coatings if temperature decreased from −20 °C to −60 °C. Two types of coatings could be classified according to their response to the corrosive load: temperature-sensitive coatings and insensitive coatings. Adhesive effects (interface between coating system and substrate) were found to be marginal only at low temperatures and did not affect the response of the coatings to the corrosive load. Cohesive effects (mechanical properties of free polymer films) could be identified in terms of a very high storage modulus and changes in the loss modulus for a temperature-sensitive coating at −60 °C.

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Setup for coating adhesion (pull-off strength) measurement: (a) digital pull-off tester with coated sample, dolly, and fracture area and (b) fracture areas (1 to 3) and reverse side of testing dolly (D) after testing; arrow marks separation cut between tested circular area and surrounding coating

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Experimental setup for DMA

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Effects of coating system and testing temperature on AE values

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Effects of coating system and testing temperature on delamination

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Effects of coating system and temperature on pull-off strength

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Relationships between AE number, pull-off strength, and testing temperature

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Effects of storage history and temperature on storage modulus for one “sensitive” system 2 and one “insensitive” system 6

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Effects of storage history and temperature on loss modulus for one “sensitive” system 2 and one “insensitive” system 6. Note the increase in loss modulus for system 2 at low-temperature after NaCl storage.

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