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Molecular Dynamics Study for Inhibition of Iron Corrosion in High-Temperature Liquid PbBi with Nobel Gas Inhibitors Arkundato, Artoto; Rohman, Lutfi; Sa’adah, Umi
Jurnal ILMU DASAR Vol 17 No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Fakultas Matematika dan Ilmu Pengetahuan Alam Universitas Jember

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Molecular dynamics is a popular method to observe the movement of interacting molecules. In this study molecular dynamics method was used to observe the phenomenon of iron corrosion and analyze effect of noble gases as a corrosion inhibitor for iron in liquid metal PbBi. Physical quantities are evaluated from the results of this study including: Mean Square Displacement (MSD), the diffusion coefficient, and for the crystal structure is visualized using Ovito program. The ron is placed in the middle high temperature liquid PbBi, the noble gases is injected into the liquid metal. Based on the three kinds of the noble gases (helium, neon, and argon) thhat injected into the molten metal PbBi, it obtained that Argon is the most effective in inhibiting the corrosion of iron. Argon is able to reduce the corrosion rate of 80.29% iron for temperature of 1023K. One reason to use the noble gas because these gases are difficult to react with other elements. Keywords: Molecular Dynamics, Corrosion in Liquid metals, Nobel Gases, Inhibitors
Comparative Analytic of Viscoelasticity Carbon, Glass, and Graphite Fiber Composite Using Maxwell Model Khohar, Ro’sil; Sa’adah, Umi; Puspita, Dewi Azzahra
Computational And Experimental Research In Materials And Renewable Energy Vol 1 No 1 (2018): November
Publisher : Physics Department, Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences, University of Jember

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The fulfillment of the need for materials with viscoelastic characteristics to be a supporting factor. The aim is to obtain composite materials with good viscoelasticity. Vinylester matrix composite materials with variations of graphite, glass, and carbon fibers were tested using FEA and Maxwell model. The simulated viscoelasticity of the isotropic, transverse, and mixed state of glass, carbon, and graphite fibers depends on the magnitude of modulus Young and Poisson's ratio. The most significant sequence value of viscoelasticity is in graphite fiber 10,4 GPa, carbon 5,5 GPa fiber, and glass fiber 3,78 GPa.