Materials Performance

OCT 2018

Materials Performance is the world's most widely circulated magazine dedicated to corrosion prevention and control. MP provides information about the latest corrosion control technologies and practical applications for every industry and environment.

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#CORROSION2019 Symposia Control of Corrosion in Oil and Gas with Inhibitors – Day 2 This symposium will include technical papers on the study and application of corrosion inhibitors and/or scale/deposit inhibitors and their mechanisms of inhibition. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 184X Chair: Zhengwei Liu Vice Chair: Yang Yang Corrosion Assessment and Modeling of Reinforced Concrete Structures – Day 2 This symposium will include technical papers on the corrosion performance and service life of reinforced concrete (RC) structures. Papers on corrosion assessment of repaired or retrofitted systems are preferred and can include: RC repair case studies, service life assessment/modeling, development of repair techniques and materials, mechanisms of repair or corrosion control system degradation or damage, and maintenance plans. Other relevant papers on corrosion of RC structures will be considered as well. Sponsoring Committee: STG 01 Chair: Kingsley Lau Vice Chair: Gina Crevello Corrosion Control for Above Ground Storage Tanks – Day 2 This symposium will include technical papers on the inspection, monitoring, coating, cathodic protection, volatile corrosion inhibitors (VCIs), and other innovative methods of corrosion management for above ground storage tanks. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 132X Chair: Calvin Pynn Emergent Materials – Research in Progress This symposium will include presentations that provide fundamental insight into the processing-structure-corrosion performance relationships of emergent materials. Emergent materials of interest include nanocrystalline, amorphous, and high-entropy alloys; nanolaminates; nanostructured coatings; additively manufactured metals; and composites. Contributions highlighting materials-by- design concepts and approaches for corrosion resistance are included. Sponsoring Committee: Research Committee Chair: Rajeev Gupta Vice Chair: Sebastian Thomas Environmentally Assisted Cracking – Day 1 This symposium will include technical papers on understanding all kinds of EAC mechanisms including but not limited to hydrogen embrittlement, stress corrosion cracking, corrosion fatigue, liquid metal embrittlement, and so on. The papers can cover root cause failure analysis in service, laboratory testing methods, materials modeling, industry standards development, state-of-the-art EAC research reviews, and so on. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 186X Chair: Arshad Bajvani Gavanluei Vice Chair: Fei Tang Microbially Influenced Corrosion – Day 1 This symposium will include technical papers on microbial corrosion research, case studies, control monitoring, and treatment. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 187X Chair: Amilcar Oberto Vice Chair: Nora Elbergen Modeling and Simulation – Research in Progress This symposium will include presentations related to the development of state-of-the-art modeling for different kinds of corrosion mechanisms. Contributions on the latest development of models considering the mechanistic interplay between mechanical, chemical, and electrochemical interactions and the ability to predict material performance or damage accumulation in aggressive environments are of particular interest. The publications will make emphasis on validation, by either experimental or field-testing, as well as on detailing the mathematical approaches considered for the modeling from a mechanistic perspective. Publications considering stochastical methods for modeling complex systems may be included. Sponsoring Committee: Research Committee Chair: Raymundo Case Vice Chair: Marc Singer Offshore Cathodic Protection – Case Studies, New and Novel Designs or Inspection Techniques This symposium includes papers on offshore cathodic protection (CP) case studies, new or novel CP designs or inspection techniques for any offshore applications, oil and gas fixed or floating structures, wind, tidal energy, etc., including any related applications combining the effect of coatings, marine growth, or TSA. Sponsoring Committee: STG 30 Chair: Alex Delwiche Vice Chair: Kehinde Ogun Oil and Gas Coating Technology – Day 2 This symposium will include technical papers on polymeric coating and TSA papers in the following themes: 1. residual stresses in coatings, 2. failure modes of pipeline coatings, 3. edge delamination of 3LPO pipeline coatings, 4. blister mechanism, 5. long life (>25 years) offshore wind-mill coatings, 6. acid tank linings, 7. CUI coatings, 8. high-temperature (>200 C) coatings, 9. salt removal coatings, 10. offshore platform deck coatings. Sponsoring Committees: TG 260 and TG 470 Chair: Benjamin T. A. Chang Vice Chair: Shaoguang Feng Pipeline Integrity – Day 2 This symposium will include technical papers on all aspects of pipeline integrity that can include pipeline integrity management, inspection, in-line inspection, assessment, mitigation, rehabilitation, operational aspects, regulatory issues, present and upcoming technologies, methods, experiences, case studies, etc. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 267X Chair: Tony Poulassichidis Vice Chair: Pamela Moreno Recent Development of Advanced Materials and Coatings for Marine Applications – Day 1 This symposium will include technical papers on recent developments in advanced materials, alloys, and novel coatings for use in marine environments including seawater and marine atmospheres. Sponsoring Committee: STG 44 Chair: Moavin Islam Vice Chair: Abdul Hameed Al-Hashem A17 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE: VOL. 57, NO. 10 OCTOBER 2018

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