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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2019
Symposium Crosscutting Issues in Corrosion of Materials: Control, Monitoring, Mitigation and Material Selection
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Matthew Asmussen, Pacific Northwestern National Laboratory
Jeff Binns, Nuclear Waste Management Organization
James Neeway, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
John Zhang, Gamry Instruments
Mary Lyn C. Lim, PPG
Sudhakar Mahajanam, Pinnacle ART
Eric Schindelholz, Sandia National Laboratories
Ajit Mishra, Haynes International
James Noel, Western University
Guang-Ling Song, Xiamen University
David Shoesmith, Western University
Raul B Rebak, General Electric Global Research
Scope The impact of corrosion on in-service materials, both metallic and non-metallic, is estimated at $2.5 trillion USD globally, with an associated risk increase for materials in aggressive environments and where safety is of the utmost importance (e.g. nuclear waste disposal). Upon aqueous or humid exposure, materials in service can experience various corrosion processes such as uniform corrosion, localized corrosion, galvanic corrosion, environmentally assisted cracking and microbial influenced corrosion. Corrosion processes, while difficult to fully stifle, can be delayed by utilizing corrosion control approaches, employing appropriate material selection/fabrication, coating applications, and utilizing targeted monitoring and detection instruments. These preventative methods are cross-cutting through many disciplines and industries ranging from the energy sector, to transportation, infrastructure, marine applications, medical and nuclear waste form disposal. This symposium presents a platform for multi-discipline research to be presented in an effort to enhance cross-cutting opportunities for corrosion control, mitigation and material selection practices.
A variety of standard and novel, advanced techniques can be used to investigate these corrosion processes, track their progress and assess the effectiveness of coatings/mitigation processes including, but not limited to, gravimetric techniques, electrochemical techniques, surface analytical techniques, non-destructive approaches, modelling and spectroscopy/microscopy techniques. Presentations could be related to laboratory research, field testing or failure analysis. Examples of materials of interest range from stainless steels, lightweight alloys (titanium, aluminum and magnesium), non-metals, glass, corrosion resistant alloys and emerging material classes (e.g. nano- and bio-materials.). This symposium is co-sponsored by NACE and the ACerS Glass and Optical Materials Division.
Abstracts Due 04/05/2019
Proceedings Plan Undecided
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A study on the effect of NaNO2 in corrosion inhibition of micro-alloyed steel in E20 and E40 Simulated Fuel Grade Ethanol Environments
An electrolytic cell used in a simulated high pressure corrosive deep sea environment
An investigation of cast iron corrosion behavior in chloride containing engine coolant environment
Application of impedance-scanning electrochemical quartz crystal microbalance in film formation and conversion on silver
Characterization, Understanding, and Mitigation of Stress Corrosion Cracking in Al-Mg Alloys
Corrosion Behaviour and Inhibition of Aluminium Alloy in Coconut Shell/H2SO4 solution
Corrosion Fatigue Performance of AA5456-H116 for In-Service versus Laboratory Accelerated Sensitization
Corrosion of Coated Tinplate Cans Used for Food Storage
Corrosion Studies of the Copper-Coated Canadian Used Fuel Container
Determination of Corrosion Fatigue Crack Growth Rates of AA 7085-T7451 Utilized in Atmospheric Conditions
Effect of Zn2+ ions on the corrosion behavior of the pure magnesium in NaCl solutions
Electrochemical sensors for multiphase environments
Evaluation of Palm Kernel Oil as Green Inhibitor for Protection of Mild Steel in Acidic and Alkaline Media
In situ Raman characterization of aqueous corrosion processes
Interactions of Aqueous Surface Treatments with Magnesium Alloy
Interactions of Water, Chloride, and Acetic Acid on the Corrosion Behavior of Aluminum in Ethanol blended Gasoline Fuels
Investigating the transport mechanisms governing the oxidation of Hastelloy BC-1 by in situ ToF-SIMS
Materials Corrosion in Hot Dilute Acidic Pre-hydrolysis Biorefining Conditions
Reduction of Microbiologically Induced Corrosion (MIC) in a Seawater Injection Plant Utilizing DNA-based Molecular Technologies
Simultaneously Achieving Superior Mechanical Properties and Corrosion Resistance in Mg Alloys by Advanced Solid Phase Processing
Steel Corrosion Resistance in the Technological Process
Surface alloying of Mg alloy for improving corrosion resistance and mechanical performance
The Complex History of Rb Influenced Steel Corrosion
Understanding the Effect of Anodic Polarization on SCC Resistance of AA6111 to Simulate Coupling with CFRP for Automotive Applications


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