Corrosion analysis in different cookware materials

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© 2016 by IJETT Journal
Volume-34 Number-8
Year of Publication : 2016
Authors : Javier Martínez-Gomez, Gonzalo Guerrón, Ricardo A. Narvaez C
DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V34P276


Javier Martínez-Gomez, Gonzalo Guerrón, Ricardo A. Narvaez C "Corrosion analysis in different cookware materials", International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology (IJETT), V34(8),389-393 April 2016. ISSN:2231-5381. published by seventh sense research group

The efficient use of energy is a priority when a technology migration of technology plan is being held. Several factors must be taken into account in order to achieve this goal. In this paper the migration from liquefied petroleum gas based cookers to electric induction cookers is shown. To accomplish this study several test have been performed in three kinds of pots made of different materials: stainless steel, enameled cast iron and aluminium. The purpose of this test is to see how different materials for cookware would be affected by introducing them into a salt spray chamber. These tests try to reach conditions similar to cooking with salt. The results of this study try to emphasize the selection in terms of corrosion of the best material to produce the cookware suitable for induction cookers. The standard test methods ASTM B895 ? 05 have allowed to evaluate the corrosion property. The wrong choice of the material can lead to an inadequate life cycle assessment of the pot. After completing this research, it has been found that the enameled cast iron and the stainless steel present higher corrosion resistance.


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component; corrosion, cookware, induction cookware, pots, induction pots, ASTM B895 – 05.