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      Effects of magnesium chloride polluted soils on underground Q235 steel pipelines Translated title: Auswirkungen von Magnesiumchlroid-belasteten Erden auf Untergrundpipelines aus Stahl Q235

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          This paper discusses the effects of soils polluted with different magnesium chloride (MgCl 2) contents on the corrosion of Q235 low-carbon steel pipelines. The material has a yield strength of 235 MPa. The following major parameters were considered in the experimental study to analyze MgCl 2 polluted soils: degree of saturation S r, electrical resistivity ρ s, oxidation reduction potential E h7 and corrosion potential E corr. The corrosion properties of Q235 steel samples buried in soils, such as corrosion behavior of macrographs and scanning electronic microscopy (SEM) photos, chemical elements components of corrosive products by energy dispersive spectrometer (EDS), corrosion weight loss m cor, corrosion rate v cor, and dynamic equation of m cor, were studied in detail. Based on the statistical analysis results obtained from this study, MgCl 2 has a significant impact on ρ s, while MgCl 2 has lesser effects on other parameters. Corrosion macro and micro behaviors of Q235 steel were revealed. The v cor of Q235 steel decreases with the increase of corrosion time (t), while it increases with MgCl 2 contents. The dynamic equation for m cor and the pollution impact factor β for Q235 steel in MgCl 2 polluted soils are proposed. Lastly, a developed multi-linear regression equation for v cor is recommended.

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          In dem vorliegenden Beitrag werden die Effekte von Erden, die mit verschiedenen Gehalten an Magnesiumchlorid (MgCl 2) verschmutzt sind, auf die Korrosion von Pipelines aus Kohlenstoffstahl Q235 untersucht. Der Werkstoff hat eine Streckgrenze von 235 MPa. Die folgenden Haupteinflussparameter wurden in der entsprechenden Studie berücksichtigt: Sättigungsgrad S r, elektrischer Widerstand ρ s, Reduktions-Oxidations-Potential E h7 und das Korrosionspotential E corr. Hierzu wurden im Detail die Korrosionseigenschaften von Q235-Stahlproben, die in den Erden vergraben wurden, die makroskopischen Aufnahmen mittels Rasterelektronenmikroskop (REM), anhand derdie mittels energiedispersivem Spektrometer ermittelte chemische Zusammensetzung der Korrosionsprodukte, der Korrosionsmassenverlust m cor, die Korrosionsrate v cor und die dynamische Gleichung für m cor.- untersucht. Basierend auf der statistischen Analyse der in dieser Studie ermittelten Ergebnisse hat das MgCl 2 einen signifikanten Einfluss auf ρ s, während MgCl 2 geringere Effekte auf die anderen Parameter hat. Es wurde das Mikro- und Makroverhalten des Stahles ermittelt. Die Korrosionsrate v cor des Stahles Q235 nahm mit zunehmender Korrosionszeit t ab, während sie mit dem Gehalt an MgCl 2 zunahm. Es wurde eine dynamische Gleichung für m cor und der Verschmutzungseinflussfaktor β für den Stahl Q235 in MgCl 2-verschmutzten Erden aufgestellt. Schließlich wurde eine multilineare Regressionsgleichung für v cor empfohlen.

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                Journal
                mp
                Materials Testing
                Carl Hanser Verlag
                0025-5300
                2195-8572
                1 October 2015
                : 57
                : 10
                : 850-858
                Affiliations
                1 Middletown, Pennsylvania, USA
                2 Taiyuan, PR China
                Author notes
                [] Correspondence Address, Prof. Dr. Y. Frank Chen, Department of Civil Engineering, The Pennsylvania State University, 777 W Harrisburg Pike, Middletown, PA 17057-4898, USA, E-mail: yxc2@ 123456psu.edu

                Pengju Han, born in 1981, is Associate Professor of Taiyuan University of Technology, China. He obtained the doctor degree in Geotechnical Engineering from the same university in 2009. He was a visiting scholar of the Pennsylvania State of University, USA, in 2014. His study focuses on the corrosive and mechanical properties of civil materials.

                Y. Frank Chen, born in 1956, is currently tenured Professor of the Pennsylvania State University, Middletown, USA and distinguished Professor of Taiyuan University of Technology, China. He obtained his PhD degree from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA, in 1988. He is specialized in dynamic soil-structure interaction, computational methods, limit states design, mitigation for civil infrastructures and construction materials.

                Xiaohong Bai, born in 1959, is Professor of Taiyuan University of Technology, China. She obtained her PhD degree in Civil Engineering from the Glasgow University, UK, in 1992. Her primary research area is geotechnical engineering, particularly the characteristics of loess.

                Bin He, born in 1985, is a doctoral student of Taiyuan University of Technology, China. He obtained his Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering from Southwest Forestry University, Kunming, China, in 2010. His primary research area is geotechnical engineering.

                Article
                MP110789
                10.3139/120.110789
                d429f1d0-a216-4c02-9072-44c7c595bb7e
                © 2014, Carl Hanser Verlag, München
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                Materials technology,Materials characterization,Materials science
                Materials technology, Materials characterization, Materials science

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