Modificación de la aleación ASTM B107 AZ31 con partículas de TiO2 utilizando el método de recubrimiento por inmersión

Resumen

Introducción: Las aleaciones de magnesio son conocidas por sus características biocompatibles y propiedades de restauración de tejidos; por otro lado, se ha encontrado que el TiO2 disminuye las velocidades de corrosión de las aleaciones de magnesio. Objetivo: En este trabajo, la técnica de recubrimiento por inmersión se usó para recubrir una aleación de magnesio con partículas de TiO2 y evaluar su comportamiento a corrosión. Metodología: Las partículas se analizaron por microscopía electrónica de barrido (SEM) e inspección visual. Además, se realizaron pruebas de evolución de hidrógeno para comprender el efecto de la adición de TiO2 en la velocidad de corrosión de la aleación de Mg. Resultados: Los resultados mostraron el efecto positivo de TiO2 en la mejora de la corrosión de aleaciones de ASTM B107 AZ31B Mg mediante una medición indirecta a través de pruebas de evolución de hidrógeno. La aleación ASTM B107 AZ31B sin recubrimiento muestra una corrosión 29 veces más rápida en comparación con la aleación recubierta. El espesor obtenido mediante el método de recubrimiento por inmersión es inferior a 20 nm. Conclusiones: Las partículas de TiO2 se agregaron en la superficie de la aleación ASTM B107 AZ31B con una velocidad controlada. Las imágenes SEM mostraron la mejora del recubrimiento cuando aumenta la concentración de H2O en el sol. Otro parámetro importante es la velocidad de extracción durante el proceso de recubrimiento por inmersión, que resultó ser mejor a una velocidad de 3 mm/min. La evolución del hidrógeno en la solución mostró que la aleación ASTM B107 AZ31B recubierta reportó menos producción de hidrógeno durante la prueba de corrosión. La técnica de recubrimiento por inmersión puede realizarse en polipropileno y, finalmente, obtener una superficie completamente recubierta.
Palabras clave: Recubrimientos por inmersión, Corrosion, Partículas de TiO2, aleaciones de Mg, evolución del hidrógeno

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Acerca de los Autores

Johan Esteban López Herrera, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM. Medellín (Colombia)
Johan Esteban López Herrera, undergraduate student of biomedical engineering at the Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM (Medellín, Colombia). His research is focused in biomaterials, automation, sensors, production planning and scheduling, prosthetics and bionics. https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7951-9099
Vanessa Hernández Montes, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM. Medellín (Colombia)
Vanessa Hernández-Montes, is a BSc. in Biomedical Eng. (2014), currently completing a MSc. Eng. degree in Biomedical Engineering at Instituto Tecnologico Metropolitano, Medellín, Colombia. She is a researcher for the Advanced Materials and Energy Research Group (MATyER) at Instituto Tecnologico Metropolitano. Her interests include biomaterials with emphasis on coatings and physical-chemical and mechanical characterization of materials. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-4692-3623
Claudia Patricia Betancur Henao, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM. Medellín (Colombia)
Claudia Betancur-Henao, is a BSc. in Biomedical Eng. (2014), currently completing a MSc. Eng. Degree in Materials and Process Engineering at Universidad Nacional de Colombia. She is a researcher for the Advanced Materials and Energy Research Group (MATyER) at Instituto Tecnologico Metropolitano. Her interests include biomaterials with emphasis on physical-chemical and mechanical characterization of materials. https://orcid.org/0000-0003-1345-9091
Juan Felipe Santa Marín, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM. Medellín (Colombia)
Juan F. Santa-Marín, is a BSc. in Mechanical Eng. (2005), MSc. Eng in Materials and Process Engineering (2008) and PhD. in Engineering with emphasis on science and technology of materials (2013) from Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Currently, professor Santa is a researcher for the Advanced Materials and Energy Research Group (MATyER) at Instituto Tecnologico Metropolitano. His interests include materials in general with emphasis on wearing, processing, and physical-chemical and mechanical characterization of materials. He is a coauthor of more than 12 international publications in international journals such as Tribology International, Wear, and others. https://orcid.org/0000-0001-5781-672X
Robison Buitrago Sierra, Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano ITM. Medellín (Colombia)
Robinson Buitrago-Sierra, Chemist (2007) from Universidad de Antioquia and PhD. In science of materials from Universidad de Alicante (2012). Currently, professor Buitrago is a researcher for the Advanced Materials and Energy Research Group (MATyER) at Instituto Tecnologico Metropolitano. His interests include. development and characterization of catalysts and nanostructured materials for different applications. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5995-4031
Publicado
2018-12-03
Cómo citar
López Herrera, J., Hernández Montes, V., Betancur Henao, C., Santa Marín, J., & Buitrago Sierra, R. (2018). Modificación de la aleación ASTM B107 AZ31 con partículas de TiO2 utilizando el método de recubrimiento por inmersión. INGE CUC, 14(2), 45-54. Recuperado a partir de https://revistascientificas.cuc.edu.co/ingecuc/article/view/1756