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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OCTOBER 2018 VOL. 57, NO. 10 IN THIS ISSUE CORROSION PREVENTION AND CONTROL WORLDWIDE MATERIALS PERFORMANCE This futurist-looking public pedestrian and cycling footbridge, the Infinity Bridge, is located in the borough of Stockton-on-Tees in the northeast of England and crosses the River Tees. The theme of this month's MP is "Corrosion of Bridges and Highways," as well as our special section looking into the future of corrosion control. The article beginning on p. 10 explores the current state of U.S. bridges, with five industry experts describing the technologies and activities needed to protect and ensure the safety and performance of existing and new bridges far into the future. Another article starting on p. 36 highlights the predictions of six NACE corrosion experts on what the future holds for a wide variety of industries and technologies. The CORROSION 2019 Advance Program, inserted after p. 8, enhances this futurist issue by providing all the information needed to make the most of attending the world's foremost and leading-edge corrosion conference. About the Cover DEPARTMENTS 4 What's Online @ www.materialsperformance.com 6 Up Front 8 NACE News A9 Viewpoint A77 Building Business Connections A77. Corrosion Engineering Directory A80. Advertisers Index SPECIAL FUTURIST SECTION 10 How Do We Move into the Future with Bridge Infrastructure from the Past? Kathy Riggs Larsen 20 Leadership Becomes Priority for Future of Corrosion Control Ben DuBose 26 Are You Ready to be a Disruptive Leader? Michael Goodfriend 30 Future Trends in Corrosion Control Drew Hevle 36 NACE International Expert Roundtable: Predicting Corrosion Control Developments of the Future Gretchen A. Jacobson SPECIAL FEATURE 8 CORROSION 2019 Advance Program Follows 2 OCTOBER 2018 W W W.MATERIALSPERFORMANCE.COM MP (Materials Performance) is published monthly by NACE International (ISSN 0094-1492; USPS No. 333-860). Mailing address and Editorial Offices: 15835 Park Ten Place, Houston, TX 77084; phone: +1 281- 228-6200. Internet address: www.nace.org. Preferred periodicals nonprofit postage paid at Houston, TX and additional mailing offices. Canada Post: Publications Mail Agreement #40612608. Canada Re- turns to be sent to Pitney Bowes, PO Box 25542, London, ON N6C 6B2. Copyright 2014 by NACE International. Reproduction of the contents, either as a whole or in part, is forbidden unless permission has been obtained from the publisher. Articles and editorials herein represent the opinions of the authors and not necessarily those of NACE. Advertising is included as an educational service, and products and/or services mentioned carry no implied or real endorsement or recommendation from NACE. NACE reserves the right to prohibit any advertisement that is not consistent with the objectives of NACE. POSTMASTER: Forwarding charges guaranteed. Send address changes to NACE FirstService, 15835 Park Ten Place, Houston, TX 77084. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: To members as part of annual dues $12; U.S. nonmembers $115; overseas nonmembers $130; libraries $205; overseas libraries $220; single copy $20, availability permitting. Rates to nonmembers subject to change. Subscriptions must be prepaid. Claims made within 6 months of issue date filled at no charge, avail- ability permitting. Non-airmail overseas subscribers must wait 60 days from issue date to claim a replacement issue. Individual back issues may be available for up to 2 years. Requests for address changes should include previous address of subscriber. Change of address should be provided 6 weeks prior to ensure continued delivery (phone: 1 800- 797-6223 U.S. and Canada or +1 281-228-6223 worldwide or e-mail: firstservice@nace.org). Cancellation must be made in writing. Refunds will be prorated less a $20 processing fee. Information on becoming a NACE member can be obtained from the NACE Membership Services Department at the above phone number and e-mail address. PRINTED IN THE U.S.A.

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