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Arrabal Durán, Raúl

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First Name
Raúl
Last Name
Arrabal Durán
Affiliation
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
Faculty / Institute
Ciencias Químicas
Department
Ingeniería Química y de Materiales
Area
Ciencia de los Materiales e Ingeniería Metalúrgica
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  • Publication
    Catálogo de actividades prácticas sobre corrosión y protección de materiales metálicos para el aprendizaje autónomo
    Arrabal Durán, Raúl; Matykina, Endzhe; Mohedano Sánchez, Marta; Pardo Gutiérrez del Cid, Ángel; Muñoz Sánchez, Jesús Ángel; Gómez de Castro, Consuelo; Mora Sánchez, Hugo; Samaniego Miracle, Alejandro; Mateo Gómez, Gerardo; Pillado Ríos, Borja; Moreno Turiégano, Lara; Olmo Martínez, Rubén del; López Martínez, Esther; Carnero García, Jonás; Ramos Capón, Carolina
    El fin último del presente proyecto de innovación es la creación de recursos didácticos que permitan a los estudiantes desarrollar en casa y con elementos asequibles una serie de actividades prácticas dirigidas al aprendizaje autónomo sobre fundamentos de la corrosión y protección de materiales metálicos.
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    Flash-PEO coatings loaded with corrosion inhibitors on AA2024
    (Elsevier, 2020-08-20) Olmo Martínez, Rubén del; Mohedano Sánchez, Marta; Visser, Peter; Matykina, Endzhe; Arrabal Durán, Raúl
    Flash plasma electrolytic oxidation (flash-PEO) with in situ incorporation of inhibitors is explored as a strategy for corrosion protection of 2024 aluminium (Al) alloys. Thin (~5 μm) and energy-efficient coatings were successfully developed on the Al substrate in 100 s treatment time using different electrolytes based on molybdate, stannate, tungstate, vanadate lanthanum or cerium salts additives with and without complexing agent (EDTA). Screening of the optimum combination in search of minimum thickness and best corrosion protective performance was performed using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). Coatings based on EDTA-Ce and WO42 were selected and investigated further in comparison with the inhibitor-free phosphate coating in terms of morphology, composition, corrosion behaviour and paint adhesion. EDTA-Ce coating showed excellent paint adhesion and the highest impedance modulus at short immersion times in 3.5 wt% NaCl aqueous solution. Neutral salt spray testing of this coating as a full system comprising an epoxy primer showed no signs of corrosion after 1000 h of exposure.
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    Layered Double Hydroxide Coatings Loaded with Corrosion Inhibitors for Corrosion Protection of AZ31 †
    (MDPI, 2021) Pillado Rios, Borja; Mohedano Sánchez, Marta; Olmo Martínez, Rubén del; Mingo, Beatriz; Matykina, Endzhe; Arrabal Durán, Raúl
    Layered double hydroxide (LDHs) coatings were developed for the corrosion protection of AZ31 Mg alloy. AZ31 is widely used in the transport industry due to its low mass density and good mechanical properties. LDH coatings were fabricated under co-precipitation conditions and applied under hydrothermal conditions. Two different systems Zn-Al LDH and Li-Al LDH were studied. Specimens were post-treated via immersion for 2 h at 45 °C in inhibitor aqueous baths. Na2WO4·H2O and LiNO3 inorganic inhibitors were used, respectively, to produce inhibitor-loaded systems: Zn-Al LDH(W) and Li-Al LDH(Li). The characterization of the coatings was carried out by field-emission scanning electron microscope (FESEM), X-ray diffraction (XRD) and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR). The corrosion process was studied by electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) and scanning vibrating electrode technique (SVET). The surface was also evaluated via the determination of water drop contact angle and the performance of a paint adhesion test using an epoxy primer. The characterization of the coating revealed two-layered coatings with a denser inner layer and a flaky outer layer. Both coatings improved the corrosion resistance of the AZ31 alloy. Loading with inhibitor further increased the corrosion resistance by one order of magnitude (bare substrate, Z10mHz~102 Ω cm2; LDH, Z10mHz~103–4 Ω cm2; LDH-inhibitor, Z10mHz~105 Ω cm2).
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    Hybrid sol-gel coatings applied on anodized AA2024-T3 for active corrosion protection
    (Elsevier Science, 2021-08-15) Olmo Martínez, Rubén del; Tiringer, U.; Milosev, I; Visser, P.; Arrabal Durán, Raúl; Matykina, Endzhe
    The effect of the presence of an anodic film and hybrid sol-gel coating loaded with corrosion inhibitors was evaluated as a strategy for enhanced barrier and active corrosion protection of aluminium alloy 2024-T3. In this study, AA2024-T3 specimens were anodized in a modified sulphuric-citric acid bath (SCA) as the first layer of a corrosion protective multilayer system and subsequently protected by the application of silica-based hybrid sol-gel coatings. These coatings were doped with LiNO3 and Ce(NO3)3 as corrosion inhibitors and studied in comparison with the inhibitor-free sol-gel coating in terms of morphology, composition and corrosion protection of intact and scribed specimens. The anodized AA2024-T3 with an overlaying inhibitor-free sol-gel coating showed the highest impedance modulus during long-term immersion in 0.1 mol·L−1 NaCl aqueous solution. Active corrosion protection of scribed coated specimens was studied by exposure to a 0.5 mol·L−1 NaCl solution and evaluated by surface analytical techniques. The addition of Li- and Ce-based salts into the hybrid sol-gel formulation showed active corrosion protection compared to the inhibitor-free scribed hybrid sol-gel coating. The Ce-doped sol-gel coating showed less visual corrosion and higher active corrosion protection than the Li-containing one during the long-term immersion test in 0.5 mol·L−1 NaCl. Present findings reveal that the combination of the anodic/hybrid sol-gel layers on AA2024-T3 enhances the corrosion protective properties barrier properties of both stand-alone systems and the incorporation of Li- and Ce-based inhibitors provide active corrosion.
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    Manual del Profesor como Complemento a la Asignatura Laboratorio Integrado de la Titulación Grado en Ingeniería de Materiales
    (2018-06-28) Matykina, Endzhe; Arrabal Durán, Raúl; Pardo Gutiérrez del Cid, Ángel; Muñoz Sánchez, Jesús Ángel; Mohedano Sánchez, Marta; Mateo Gómez, Gerardo; Abarca García, Isabel; Sánchez Egido, Pedro Javier; Olmo Martínez, Rubén del; Llamazares Da Silva, Yanira
    El fin principal de este proyecto es la creación de un Manual del Profesor con inclusión de cuestionarios, gráficos, muestras-tipo, etc. La generación de estos recursos didácticos adicionales permitirá al profesorado del Departamento de Ingeniería Química y de Materiales, anteriormente denominado Departamento de Ciencia de los Materiales e Ingeniería Metalúrgica, una mejor preparación de las prácticas de la asignatura Laboratorio Integrado de tercer curso del grado Ingeniería de Materiales impartido en la Facultad de Ciencias Físicas. Actualmente esta asignatura cuenta con un total de 24 prácticas, clasificadas en cuatro bloques, a saber: tratamientos térmicos de aceros, metalografía, corrosión y procesado. En este proyecto se abordarán las prácticas relativas a Anodizado, Niquelado y Cobreado correspondientes al bloque de Procesado de Materiales.
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    Permanganate loaded Ca-Al-LDH coating for active corrosion protection of 2024-T3 alloy
    (Elsevier, 2022-02-01) Olmo Martínez, Rubén del; Mohedano Sánchez, Marta; Matykina, Endzhe; Arrabal Durán, Raúl
    Ca-Al-Layered Double Hydroxide (Ca-Al-LDH) coating was explored on 2024-T3 aluminium alloy by in situ growth methodology following a 1 h treatment at atmospheric pressure. Mn-based species were successfully incorporated into the Ca-Al-LDH structure by a low-temperature post-treatment (Ca-Al-LDH-Mn). Both LDH coatings disclosed a flaky-like morphology and low thickness (~0.6 µm). Ca-Al-LDH-Mn coating showed optimal paint adhesion and the highest long-term corrosion resistance in 3.5 wt% NaCl solution. Evaluation of scribed LDH specimens by SEM/EDS techniques up to 7 days of immersion in 3.5 wt% NaCl solution revealed that the presence of Mn species in the Ca-Al-LDH-Mn provided active corrosion protection.