Senior design ME A438

Students: Tere Alonso, Darren Allen, Gabriel Gonzalez, Dominic Proefrock, and Austin Webre

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Raghu Srinivasan


Atmospheric corrosion is the natural process that affects the physical and chemical properties of materials when exposed to the environment. To analyze the effects of nature on various materials, samples must be set out on a corrosion test rack to be studied over long periods of time. In this design project, a durable and modular corrosion test rack is built to hold atmospheric instrumentation and metallic specimens for corrosion experiments.


2021-Atmospheric Corrosion Research Test Rack Design-Poster


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