Special Issue "Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation"
A special issue of Metals (ISSN 2075-4701).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 April 2018)
Prof. Dr. Tadeusz Hryniewicz
Division of BioEngineering and Surface Electrochemistry; Department of Engineering and Informatics Systems; Faculty of Mechanical Engineering; Koszalin University of Technology;75-620 Koszalin, Poland
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Interests: Surface technology/ LPB-Low Plasticity Burnishing, and real corrosion effects; Surface electrochemistry; Potential-dependent interface characteristics studies; Hydrogen embrittlement cases/ catastrophic destruction of technical Cr coatings studies; Electrochemical corrosion studies/ outrageous pitting in 304LN SS pipelines; Metallic biomaterials studies; Surface finishing (AR, MP, EP, MEP), morphology and composition studies; Wettability and biocompatibility studies/ surface energy studies; 2D roughness, and 3D surface topography measurement; Nanoindentation studies of surface layers/ radical changes in MEP film properties; High-Voltage Electropolishing HVEP/ unique surface films obtained; Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO)//porous coatings with metal ions implantation
Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO), also known as Micro Arc Oxidation, is used to obtain porous coatings on metals such as aluminum, magnesium, titanium, tantalum, niobium, and their alloys. The first works on electrolyte discharge phenomena are dated as early as 1880, and the practical use of oxidation of aluminum by PEO started in 1970. These two dates should be recognized as the beginning of the Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation age. Afterwards, that technology was patented and introduced to industrial applications in the 1980s. Most important is that PEO coatings formed on metals and alloys may be enriched using selected elements, originating from the electrolytes used. The chemical and phase compositions, as well as porosity and the thickness of the PEO coating depend on the values of the DC and AC voltages used for that treatment. The expected applications of PEO coatings can be found in aerospace and space industries, as well as in the production of biomaterials and automotive catalytic converters. Investigations into PEO processing and the physical–chemical and mechanical properties of these porous coatings are the objective of this Special Issue.
A Special Issue, titled “Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation”, is expected to be prepared and edited in 2018. As a Guest Editor of this Special Issue, I invite you to submit a paper, which will be peer reviewed to be accepted for publication in Metals. The manuscripts are expected by the end of 2017, with a deadline in the beginning of 2018.
Prof. Dr. Tadeusz Hryniewicz
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- Plasma Electrolytic Oxidation (PEO)
- Micro arc Oxidation (MOA)