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U~u ::r:~~~ Fig. 5: Relative AIW resistance ofcoatings The wear resistance of FSF experimental composite coatings exceeds that of conventional NiCrSiB coating approximately 2 times. The low wear resistance at impact wear of the HVOF sprayed coatings is caused by the pecularities of the microstructure of the coatings. Based on the wear mechanism study, the wear of coating results from the direct fracture of carbides (Fig. 6) and low cyclic fatigue of the matrix of composite coatings. Semi-industrial tests of selected coatings were carried out in 3-road disintegrator DESI with working pins of diameter 14 mm (rotation speed about 2900 rpm, maximum diameter of road 350 mm and impact velocity about 85 m/s).

CONCLUSION This paper has described the system that automatically checks the corrosion state by using permanent buried type reference electrode and CDMA wireless communication system at a remote and real time. This system has been verified by the field test and the real site test. This can remote controls and keeps the metallic structures in a proper CP protection state. The development of Real Time Wireless Remote Corrosion Monitoring System can reduce the economic loss due to corrosion and it can also prevent the metallic structures from serious damage such as a gas explosion accident.

00 "'T ........ §~ ~u~u ::r:~~~ Fig. 5: Relative AIW resistance ofcoatings The wear resistance of FSF experimental composite coatings exceeds that of conventional NiCrSiB coating approximately 2 times. The low wear resistance at impact wear of the HVOF sprayed coatings is caused by the pecularities of the microstructure of the coatings. Based on the wear mechanism study, the wear of coating results from the direct fracture of carbides (Fig. 6) and low cyclic fatigue of the matrix of composite coatings.

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