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Impact of industrially applied surface finishing processes on tribocorrosion performance of 316L stainless steel

Abstract : This investigation addresses the effect provided by industrial surface finishes on the tribocorrosion properties of 316L stainless steel exposed to NaCl solution. Three distinct surface treatments were evaluated: passivation (SSO), electropolishing-passivation (SSEP) and micro-undulation (SSM mechano-chemical + electropolishing + passivation). For the tribocorrosion tests, a potentiostatic approach was considered in order to highlight the alloy behavior under two opposite situations, where repassivation of the surface would be thermodynamically possible or not (anodic or cathodic polarization, respectively). The outcomes demonstrated that the surface treatments were either harmful (SSEP) or beneficial (SSM) in terms of resulting tribocorrosion resistance. The specific topography of the micro-undulated sample decreased the real contact area and improved the surface lubrication in aqueous medium. SSEP presented the highest chemical wear and several factors seemed to have contributed for it, including the chemical, mechanical and structural properties of the passive film. Regardless the surface treatment, the tribocorrosion response was modified by the applied potential and more severe damage was determined under anodic polarization. At this potential, calculations of the total surface degradation suggested that volume loss was mainly dominated by chemical wear.
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Stephania Kossman, Leonardo B. Coelho, Alberto Mejias, Alex Montagne, Adrien van Gorp, et al.. Impact of industrially applied surface finishing processes on tribocorrosion performance of 316L stainless steel. Wear, Elsevier, 2020, Wear, pp.203341. ⟨10.1016/j.wear.2020.203341⟩. ⟨hal-02926951⟩

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