Design by Dingle Jose, ECN Project Team, Manchester (UK). All rights reserved ,
Copyright Act 2012 , UK .
The future of corrosion science begins here
Electrochemical noise (ECN) is naturally generated during corrosion and it consists
of fluctuations of the corrosion potential and of the coupling current, if two connected
electrodes are used. The fluctuations in potential and current can be analyzed to
obtain information on the corrosion rate, type and characteristics.
ECN Analysis version 1.0 recognizes data files from a variety of potentiostats thanks
to its counterpart ECN converter 1.0
ECN Analysis version 1.0 estimates noise impendence, noise resistance , current power
spectral density , potential power spectral density, charge and frequency of corrosion
events by statistical and frequency domain methods .
All the intermediate steps required to obtain the results are graphically presented
enabling the user to select the most appropriate processing parameters.
All results can be viewed and compared directly in ECN Analysis version 1.0 or
can be saved for future references and plotting with other software.