Corrosion threshold data of metallic materials in various operating environment of offshore wind turbine parts (tower, foundation, and nacelle/gearbox)

J. I. Ahuir-Torres, S. Simandjuntak, N. Bausch, A. Farrar, Stephen Webb, Adrian Nash, Bob Thomas, J. Muna, Carl Jonsson, Diana Mathew

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Abstract

This paper outlines corrosion thresholds for different environmental conditions of metallic materials commonly used in the tower, foun- dation, and nacelle/gearbox of an offshore wind turbine. These threshold values were derived from laboratory corrosion testing employing electrochemical analysis techniques, using the media/ solvents that are representative to the operating environment of those wind turbine parts, such as seawater, grease, oils/lubricants, or their combination, at room temperature and at 328K. These values can provide an indication when general/local corrosion or protective film/surface damages have occurred. They can thus be utilised for detecting and monitoring corrosion at certain locations in the wind turbine structure. The presented data have been verified and vali- dated to ensure their repeatability and reliability by means of numerous laboratory tests in accordance to the relevant engineering test standards and an extensive literature/published data review.
Original languageEnglish
Article number104207
JournalData In Brief
Volume25
Early online date3 Jul 2019
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2019

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