2.1.3 Novel Hydrogen Probe for Al Melt
- 14th International Meeting on Chemical Sensors - IMCS 2012
2012-05-20 - 2012-05-23
- 2.1 High Temperature Gas Sensors II
- C. Park - Dept. of MSE, KAIST (Korea), Y. Yang - Samsung Electronics, B. Jung - Dept. of MSE, KAIST (Korea)
- 159 - 160
These days the use of Al is ever-increasing as a building block for construction as well as aerospace industry and electronic home appliances because of its high strength with light weight and good surface appearances. However as the strength of the Al alloy increases, it is more susceptible to hydrogen which is incorporated in the melt through the decomposition of the humidity in the ambient. The object of this study is to achieve a stable electrochemical hydrogen sensor which can be used in a harsh environment of Al alloy melts.