Theoretical-Computation Conception for Forecasting on Corrosion Influence into Steel Elements at Sustainable Development
Antonio Shopov

Antonio Shopov, Department of “Mechanics and Mathematics”, VSU “Luben Karavelov”, 175“Suxodolska” str., Sofia, Bulgaria.
Manuscript received on 05 June 2019 | Revised Manuscript received on 13 June 2019 | Manuscript published on 30 June 2019 | PP: 2253-2261 | Volume-8 Issue-8, June 2019 | Retrieval Number: H7152068819/19©BEIESP
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Abstract: The majority of existing numerical methods for predicting the effect of corrosion on steel elements are oriented using experimental results and established dependencies. It is wrong to think that solving a corrosion problem will be achieved automatically by applying several numerical models. First, it is necessary to carry out, systemize and process numerical and statistically determined number of experimental observations, measurements and results. Under the same corrosive conditions, different mathematical calculation models can be created, but each of these models will be a private solution to the problem being investigated. A theoretically grounded calculation model should exist for the compilation of an appropriate mathematical model to properly describe the corrosion process and its influence as a system of private mathematical equations. This paper presents the possibility of predicting the corrosion impact on steel elements. The negative influence of corrosion on mechanical properties is known, which necessitates the compilation of numerical algorithms to predict its impact in order to predict, develop and automate the necessary calculations. This makes it easier to determine the effect of corrosion on materials. This type of algorithm should be universal and can be used in any case to determine the consequences or the expected impact that indicates the corrosion of the materials. Dependencies are used which are known for corrosion development, including a numerical algorithm for creating theoretical models. Types of forecasts and types of models for development of the corrosion process are considered. Several basic types of models are proposed, which can be programmed as a numerical algorithm. A computational block-scheme of the proposed models is presented. A theoretical conceptual computational model was developed to predict the influence of corrosion on steel elements.
Keywords: Conception, Forecasting, Corrosion Influence, Steel Elements, Sustainable Development.

Scope of the Article: Computational Biology