Materials Performance

MAR 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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52 MARCH 2018 W W W.MATERIALSPERFORMANCE.COM COATINGS & LININGS ESSENTIALS Continued f rom page 51 Leadership Forum Tuesday, April 17 10:15 to 11:15 a.m. | Orange Theater/Booth 1555 Presented by NACE International How can you be a stronger leader in your role and organization? At NACE's interactive Leadership Forum, learn from those who have success- fully embarked on challenging professional journeys and experienced results. Gain valuable insight and leadership skills that will enhance your personal and professional lives. This forum will feature Commander Mike Abrashoff , Keynote speaker and author of "It's Your Ship", Richard Hays, Senior Corrosion Engineer, Excet, Inc., Terry May the founder/CEO of Mesa who is a 2-time Malcolm Baldridge award recipient, and Bill Hedges, Acting Chief Engineer, BP Facilities & Assets. These leaders will share candid stories and provide you with tools and skills to empower you in your role and take the next steps in your career. Come prepared to ask questions and receive real world feedback. diffraction. Assessment of coating thick ness and coating adhesive strength before and after exposure were also made. e researchers concluded that the CBPC coating surface degraded in moist environmental conditions, with degrada tion in the form of scouring and chalking on the coating surface. e bulk coating degraded by forming enhanced pores during exposure in presence of moisture. An intermediate reaction product, iron hydrogen phosphate hydrate Fe(H 2 PO 4 ) 3 2H 2 O, formed during exposure and is thought to be protective. However, there is the possibility of steel substrate corrosion during long exposure times in moist environments. More information can be found in CORROSION 2017 paper no. 9593, "Update on Corrosion Performance of CBPC Coatings in Aggressive Bridge Environment," by M.A. Sabbir, S.F. Fancy, K. Lau, and D. DeFord.

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