Giulia Masi
Giulia Masi
Ph.D student, Department of Civil, Chemical, Environmental and Materials Engineering, University of Bologna
Verified email at unibo.it
TitleCited byYear
A comparison between different foaming methods for the synthesis of light weight geopolymers
G Masi, WDA Rickard, L Vickers, MC Bignozzi, A Van Riessen
Ceramics International 40 (9), 13891-13902, 2014
1152014
The effect of organic and inorganic fibres on the mechanical and thermal properties of aluminate activated geopolymers
G Masi, WDA Rickard, MC Bignozzi, A Van Riessen
Composites Part B: Engineering 76, 218-228, 2015
412015
Corrosion investigation of fire-gilded bronze involving high surface resolution spectroscopic imaging
G Masi, C Chiavari, J Avila, J Esvan, S Raffo, MC Bignozzi, MC Asensio, ...
Applied Surface Science 366, 317-327, 2016
172016
X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy as a tool to investigate silane-based coatings for the protection of outdoor bronze: The role of alloying elements
G Masi, A Balbo, J Esvan, C Monticelli, J Avila, L Robbiola, E Bernardi, ...
Applied Surface Science 433, 468-479, 2018
72018
Characterization of typical patinas simulating bronze corrosion in outdoor conditions
G Masi, J Esvan, C Josse, C Chiavari, E Bernardi, C Martini, MC Bignozzi, ...
Materials Chemistry and Physics 200, 308-321, 2017
62017
The influence of short fibres and foaming agents on the physical and thermal behaviour of geopolymer composites
G Masi, WDA Rickard, MC Bignozzi, A van Riessen
advances in Science and Technology 92, 56-61, 2014
52014
Evaluation of the protectiveness of an organosilane coating on patinated Cu-Si-Mn bronze for contemporary art
G Masi, C Josse, J Esvan, C Chiavari, E Bernardi, C Martini, MC Bignozzi, ...
Progress in Organic Coatings 127, 286-299, 2019
32019
Corrosion protection of outdoor bronze: historical quaternary alloy and modern alloy with artificial patination
G MASI, L ROBBIOLA, J ESVAN, C CHIAVARI, C MONTICELLI, A BALBO, ...
1
Effect of Heat Treatment Conditions on Retained Austenite and Corrosion Resistance of the X190CrVMo20-4-1 Stainless Steel
MC Bignozzi, L Calcinelli, M Carati, L Ceschini, C Chiavari, G Masi, ...
Metals and Materials International, 1-11, 2019
2019
Development of multi-component fluoropolymer based coating on simulated outdoor patina on quaternary bronze
T Kosec, L Škrlep, EŠ Fabjan, AS Škapin, G Masi, E Bernardi, C Chiavari, ...
Progress in Organic Coatings 131, 27-35, 2019
2019
Electrodeposition of Hydroxyapatite Coatings for Marble Protection: Preliminary Results
E Sassoni, G Masi, MC Bignozzi, E Franzoni
Coatings 9 (3), 207, 2019
2019
Practical adhesion measurements of protective coatings on bronze by three-point bending test
M Aufray, C Josse, A Balbo, C Monticelli, EŠ Fabjan, L Škrlep, T Kosec, ...
Journal of Coatings Technology and Research, 1-13, 2019
2019
Thermal properties and steel corrosion in light-weight alkali-activated mortars
L Carabba, G Masi, S Pirskawetz, S Krüger, G Gluth, MC Bignozzi
2019
Atmospheric corrosion of outdoor bronze: mechanism of decay and conservation strategies
G Masi
alma, 2018
2018
Durability of lightweight geopolymers for passive fire protection: steel corrosion behavior in chloride-rich environment
G Masi, L Carabba, M Chiara Bignozzi
2018
Micro-characterisation of innovative organic coatings applied for the protection of outdoor bronze monuments
G Masi, C Josse, J Esvan, E Bernardi, C Martini, MC Bignozzi, L Skrelp, ...
EUROCORR 2017-The Annual Congress of the European Federation of Corrosion …, 2017
2017
Sviluppo di rivestimenti a base di silani per la protezione di opere d’arte in bronzo patinato: parte 1
C Monticelli, V Grassi, C Martini, C Chiavari, G Mavilia, F Zanotto, G Masi, ...
XII Ed. Giornate Nazionali sulla Corrosione e Protezione, 2017, 1-1, 2017
2017
Outdoor bronze corrosion: nanoscale XPS investigation of silane-based protective coatings
C Chiavari, G Masi, A Balbo, C Monticelli, J Avila, J Esvan, L Robbiola, ...
EUROCORR 2016, Advances in linking science to engineering, 1-12, 2016
2016
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