General InformationPublications

  • B. A. Shaw and Elzbieta Sikora, 2013, Crystalline Alloys: Magnesium, CRC Press, pp. 21-67
  • Elzbieta Sikora, 2012, "A Quest for the Holy Grail of Bioimplants - A Review of Recent Developments in Biodegradable Metals for Medical Applications", Recent Patents on Corrosion Science, (2), pp. 81-97
  • D. Schmidt, B. Shaw, Elzbieta Sikora and W. Shaw, 2006, "Corrosion Protection Assessment of Barier Properties of Several Zinc-Containing Coating System on Steel in Artificial Seawater", Corrosion, 62, (4), pp. 323-340
  • D. P. Schmidt, B. A. Shaw, Elzbieta Sikora, W. W. Shaw and L. Laliberte, 2006, "Corrosion Protection Assessment of Sacrificial Coating Systems as a Function of Exposure Time in a Marine Environment", Progress in Organic Coatings, 57, pp. 352-364
  • A. Shi, B. A. Shaw and Elzbieta Sikora, 2005, "The Role of Grain Boundary Regions in the Localized Corrosion of a Cu-free 6111-like Alloy", Corrosion, 61, pp. 534-537
  • Elzbieta Sikora, Mathiew Kuentzler, Jesse Galvan, Daniel Cordova and Barbara Shaw, , "An Accurate, Durable, and Flexible Coating Health Sensor", Naval Engineers Journal
  • Michael Nunez, Elzbieta Sikora, Robert Gresh, Thomas Baylis, Hanqui Xu, Esteban Brown and Barbara Shaw, , "CORROSION AND STRUCTURAL CHARACTERIZATION OF PHYSICALLY VAPOR DEPOSITED MAGNESIUM ALLOYS", Naval Engineers Journal
  • Nasser al Jassem, Elzbieta Sik andra, , , "Study of protection mechanism of multifunctional coating systems against internal corrosion in pipelines in oil and gas industry"
  • Nasser al Jassem, and Elzbieta Sikora, , "Effect of chloride concentration and temperature on corrosion and wear resistance of polymer coating for protection of internal surfaces of gas pipelines"


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