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The growth kinetics of the total Fe-Zn alloy layer (gamma + delta + zeta) was dominated by the growth of the zeta-phase layer which was in contact with liquid zinc during immersion in the zinc bath.
      
Zeta-phase did not form in the 0.20 wt% Al-Zn bath, in contrast with zeta-phase formation in the pure zinc bath.
      
As in the pure zinc bath, the growth kinetics of the total layer was controlled by the Fe-Zn phase in contact with the liquid zinc during galvanizing.
      
For the 0.20 wt% Al-Zn bath, the Fe-Zn phase in contrast with the liquid zinc was the delta-phase, whereas the zeta-phase was in contact with liquid zinc in the pure zinc bath.
      
The addition of alloying elements to the zinc bath is one of the best solution to reduce overthicknesses of the coating when galvanizing silicon-killed steels.
      
In this process, the steel strip is immersed in a molten zinc bath containing small amounts of aluminium (less than 1 wt%).
      
Experimental influence of kinetics on galvanized coatings when saturating a zinc bath with alloying elements
      
Effect of Ni addition in zinc bath on formation of inhibition layer during galvannealing of hot-dip galvanized sheet steels
      
Untreated bright and dull zinc coatings produced on a hot-dipped-coating pilot line from a zinc bath containing small concentrations of aluminum, antimony, and lead were examined with a scanning Auger microprobe.
      
Zinc coatings produced on a hot-dipped-coating pilot line from a zinc bath containing small amounts of aluminum, antimony, and lead were treated with a commercial chromating solution and then examined with a scanning Auger microprobe.
      
The sleeve and the bushing wore evenly when tested in a pure zinc bath.
      
In a pure zinc bath, zinc-based intermetallic compounds formed on the bearing surfaces; in baths containing aluminum, a compact intermetallic layer, based on the cobalt-aluminide phase, was detected on the bearing surfaces.
      
Liquid Metal Corrosion of 316L Stainless Steel, 410 Stainless Steel, and 1015 Carbon Steel in a Molten Zinc Bath
      
Very large grains, termed "spangles," are produced on galvanized sheet steel coatings when lead is added to the zinc bath.
      
The production speed of the steel sheet galvanizing process is limited by several factors; the dynamic behavior of the guiding rollers submerged in a molten zinc bath is among the crucial ones.
      
This paper proposes a thermodynamic description of liquid Fe-Ni-Zn alloys, which explains the dross formation observed when galvanizing iron alloys in a zinc bath with 0.1 wt.% Ni added.
      
Large amounts of zinc ash and flue dust, containing more than 80% zinc, are accumulated during galvanization processes at the surface of molten zinc bath and in the chimney, respectively.
      
A deposition apparatus delivers a small amount of phosphor to the surface of the steel sheet immediately after it emerges from the zinc bath.
      
Galvanizing is applied by electrolytic coating or hotdipping into a zinc bath.
      
Steel phosphate/chromate coating line data as it emerges from the zinc bath and is heated to form the galvanneal coating.
      
 

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