자기치유 부식방지 코팅의 최근 동향
- 한국표면공학회지 (http://dx.doi.org/10.5695/JKISE.2014.47.5.1)
- Self-healing coating, Anticorrosion, Polymer microcapsule, Porous inorganic nanoparticle
In recent years, self-healing coatings have been the subject of increasing interest. The ability of such coatings to self-repair local damage caused by external factors is a major factor contributing to their attractiveness. Metals are extensively used in modern society in a range of applications from infrastructure to aircraft to consumer products. The protection of metals, primarily from corrosion has been an active area
of materials science for many years. The aim of this review is the demonstration for recent progress achieved in the development of carrier-based self-healing coatings for the protection of metals. This review mainly covers the reports published after 2010. Two main types of carriers for corrosion inhibitors or healing agentspolymer
capsules and porous composite inorganic nanoparticles-are described.