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One of the primary goals of CREVICER is to have an open architecture so it can be used as a platform for a variety of projects. This page contains information on some of the various projects at UVa that are or have utilized CREVICER in one way or another.

The Use of Microfabrication Methods to Produce Crevices with Rigorously Controlled Dimensions
Demonstration of Appropriate Scaling Factors for Crevice Corrosion (Jason Lee)

Multi-University Research Initiative on Multifunctional, Nanoengineered Coatings (AFOSR)
Amorphous Metal Cladding Throwing Power (Francisco J. Presuel-Morenno)

Controlled Release of Inhibitors from Polymer Matrices (David Wang)

The Science of Localized Corrosion (Center for Synthesis and Processing, DOE)

Crack Chemistry
Scaling Factors for Studies of Hydrogen Embrittlement (M. Sweitzer)
The Effects of 1-D vs. 2-D Geometry on Crack Potential Distributions (K. Stewart, J. Lee, K. Cooper)

Last modified: July 1, 2002 David Wang & R. G. Kelly

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