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 Hydrogen Embrittlement of Bolting and Metallic Materials Exposed to Seawater with Cathodic Protection – Research Topical Symposium This research topical symposium will include presentations that bring to light recent studies and investigations in progress that highlight the role of material selection, metallurgical processing, cathodic protection system design and operation, and/or subsea conditions in environmentally assisted cracking, as well as studies that shed light on improvements in techniques for evaluation, selection, design, and specification to reduce failure risk and possibility of failure. Sponsoring Committee: Research Committee Chair: John Farraro Vice Chair: Russell Kane Microbially Influenced Corrosion – Day 2 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 Nonmetallic Materials for Oil and Gas Production Environments – Day 1 This symposium will include technical papers on the performance of nonmetallic materials used in relation to the production of oil and gas in onshore and offshore environments. These materials can include elastomers, composites, organic coatings, linings (for tubular structures for example), and polymeric materials for structural products. Sponsoring Committee: STG 33 Chair: Peter L. Huesmann Vice Chair: Carlos Fernandez Recent Development of Advanced Materials and Coatings for Marine Applications – Day 2 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(s): STG 44 Chair: Moavin Islam Vice Chair: Abdul Hameed Al-Hashem Recent Experiences with Austenitic and Duplex Stainless Steels – Day 1 This symposium will include technical papers on recent experiences with stainless steels. The focus is on end user experiences from the process industries such as chemical processing, pulp and paper, oil and gas, desalination, pharmaceutical, and power generation. Topics include successes, failures, material selection, fabrication, and new developments. Sponsoring Committees: TEG 114X and TEG 116X Chair: Nicole Kinsman Vice Chair: Lena Wegrelius Recent Findings on Localized Corrosion and Electrochemical Techniques This symposium will include technical papers on recent findings on mechanisms of localized corrosion as well as electrochemical methods used to study and elucidate localized corrosion mechanisms. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 407X Chair: Martin A. Rodriguez Vice Chair: Helmuth Sarmiento Klapper Refining Industry Corrosion This symposium will include technical papers on corrosion and material issues within the refining industry. Topics will explore case histories, materials performance, corrosion mechanics, and failure analysis. Sponsoring Committee: STG 34 Chair: Jon Allen Scale/Deposit Mitigation in IWS: Current Technologies, New Technologies, or Future Evolutions – Day 1 This symposium will include technical papers associated with the following areas of interest: mitigation of mineral scale, deposit, and corrosion in industrial water systems including boiler, cooling, desalination, geothermal, oil and gas production, and wastewater treatment. Topics to cover include current technologies, new technologies, or future evolutions. Sponsoring Committee: STG 11 Chair: Zahid Amjad Vice Chair: Daniel Meier Sour Corrosion This symposium will include technical papers on advances in sour corrosion in oil and gas production. The focus is on sour corrosion mechanisms, mitigation strategies, case histories, and best practices in corrosion management. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 282X Chair: Sajid Tanwir Vice Chair: Mohsen Achour Understanding and Controlling Atmospheric Corrosion in Infrastructure, Transportation, and Utilities This symposium will include technical papers on methodologies to improve the service life of materials and structures in infrastructure, transportation, and utilities industries. As an example, how do we achieve a 100-year service life from steel bridge superstructures? As a second example, how do we achieve a 20-year service life for aerospace structures? The development of improved mitigation strategies requires 1) an understanding of atmospheric corrosion phenomenon and mechanisms by which mitigation technologies work, and 2) the ability to measure atmospheric corrosion. Therefore, technical papers related to the understanding and control of atmospheric corrosion of steel (including standard, low alloy, and stainless), aluminum (including structural and cosmetic), and other relevant alloys will be discussed. Sponsoring Committee: TEG 189X Chair: Richard Granata Vice Chair: Kristen Williams Water Treatment Systems This symposium will include technical papers on corrosion issues seen in water treatment systems for industrial, commercial, and institutional facilities. Sponsoring Committee: STG 11 Chair: Matthew Schnepf Vice Chair: Michael Todd A19 MATERIALS PERFORMANCE: VOL. 57, NO. 10 OCTOBER 2018

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