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Kelly, Robert

Robert Kelly

Primary Appointment

Materials Science and Engineering

Contact Information

Telephone: 434-982-5783
Fax: 434-982-5799
Email: rgk6y@virginia.edu
Website: http://www.virginia.edu/ms/research/kelly/

Research Interests

Corrosion

Research Description

Prof. Kelly's present work includes studies of the electrochemical and chemical conditions inside localized corrosion sites in various alloy systems, corrosion in aging aircraft, atomistic and continuum modeling of electrochemical processes, development of embeddable corrosion microinstruments, as well as the use of microfabrication methods to probe the fundamentals of localized corrosion.

Selected Publications

Lim Mary Lyn C, Matthews Robert , Oja Michael , Tryon Robert , Kelly Robert G, Scully John R, Model to predict intergranular corrosion propagation in three dimensions in AA5083-H131, ; Materials & Design. 96(1) 131-142 |

Crane Cortney B, Kelly Robert G, Gangloff Richard P, Expand Article Tools Crack Chemistry Control of Intergranular Stress Corrosion Cracking in Sensitized Al-Mg, ; Corrosion. 72(2) 242-263 |

Woldemedhin M. T, Srinivasan J. , Kelly R. G, Effects of environmental factors on key kinetic parameters relevant to pitting corrosion, ; Journal of Solid State Electrochemistry. 19(12) 3449-3461 |

Woldemedhin M. T., Shedd M. E., Kelly R. G., Evaluation of the Maximum Pit Size Model on Stainless Steels under Thin Film Electrolyte Conditions, ; Journal of the Electrochemical Society. 161(8) E3216-E3224 |

Schindelholz E, Tsui LK, Kelly RG, Hygroscopic particle behavior studied by interdigitated array microelectrode impedance sensors., 2013; The journal of physical chemistry. A. 118(1) 167-77 PMID: 24328164 |

Cooper KR, Kelly RG, Using capillary electrophoresis to study the chemical conditions within cracks in aluminum alloys., 1999; Journal of chromatography. A. 850(1) 381-9 PMID: 10457501 |

Lewis KS, Yuan J, Kelly RG, Chemical conditions inside occluded regions on corroding aircraft aluminum alloys., 1999; Journal of chromatography. A. 850(1) 375-80 PMID: 10457500 |