Topic outline

  • Due to the rapidly changing Covid-19 situation the lectures and exercises will be also in Teams. Recurring links below:


    Course schedule, Period III

    Lectures

    Exercises and Tutorials

    10.1.2020

    13.1.2020

    Electrochemical reactions and Faraday´s Law (J. Aromaa)

    Solutions, solids, interfaces (J. Aromaa)

    17.1.2020

    20.1.2020

    Reaction kinetics, Polarization (J. Aromaa)

    Stability and equilibrium (M. Lundström)

    18.1.Electrochemical reactions (graded)


    24.1.2020

     

    27.1.2020

    Principles of Electrochemical measurements, equipment and cells (M. Lundström)

    Potentiostatic and galvanostatic measurements (M. Lundström)

    25.1 Mixed potential theory and potential scales (graded)


     

    31.1.2020

    3.2.2020

    Voltammetry (M. Lundström)

    EIS (M. Lundström)

    1.2 Potentiostatic and galvanostatic measurements (graded)

     

    7.2.2020

    10.2.2020

    Corrosion I - forms of corrosion (O. Forsen)

    Corrosion II (M. Lundström)

    8.2 Voltammetry and reaction rates (graded)  



    14.2.2020

    17.2.2020

     Design and Materials selection (J. Aromaa + M Kiviluoma)

    Coatings, inhibition and electrochemical protection (J. Aromaa)

    15.2 Both corrosion engineering tasks: Corrosion control by design (graded) and Corrosion control by materials selection (graded)

     

     

    WEEK 8

     EXAMINATION WEEK



    WEEKS 9-11

    TEKNOS Virtual excursion 28.2. at 12.15.

    LAB WORK - WEEKs (1.3 - 19.3)

    obs. These weeks are NOT full time lab work but 3*(max 4 hours) agreed with the students.

     LAB WORK - WEEKs

    obs. These weeks are NOT full time lab work but 3*(max 4 hours) agreed with the students.

     



     

    HOW TO COMPLETE THE COURSE?

    24% from exercises (6*4 points)

    45% from laboratory work (3*15 points) - Lab work I, II and III (completed during weeks 9-11 for ca 3*4 hours)

    (7% from excursion (7 points) - year 2022 due to covid most likely not possible)

    24% from lectures (12*2 points) - Lecture tasks