2001-09

2001-09

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Phase 1 of this project used electrochemical characterization methods to evaluate coatings’ corrosion protective performance under conditions that directly emulated exposure to polluted atmospheres. Coatings over bronze, copper and other substrates were evaluated. The project incorporated cyclic exposure test protocols used in industrial and academic laboratories as well as new test protocols under development at NDSU.

Year 2 research examined advances in topcoat technologies within the automotive and aerospace industries for potential improvement of protective coatings for outdoor sculpture and ornament.

Year 3 research interpreted test results, and developed a test protocol for analyzed coatings for treatments.

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This research was made possible through Grant MT-2210-0-NC-20 from the National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT).

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