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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium Materials Selection and Characterization for Corrosion Control
Sponsorship NACE International
Organizer(s) Ajit Mishra, Haynes International
Matthew Asmussen, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Eric Schindelholz, Sandia National Laboratories
Florent Bocher, Southwest Research Institute
Guang-Ling Song, Xiamen University
Jeffery Thomson, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Kevin Lambrych, Ashland Corrosion Science Center
Gary Coates, Nickel Institute / Garcoa Metallurgical
Raul B. Rebak, GE Global Research
Scope Materials selection must be given full attention at every stage of design, construction and operation of parts used in aggressive environments. While corrosion can become a major issue, damage from aggressive environments can be minimized or eliminated by proper materials selection and careful monitoring. The various corrosion processes in harsh environments could be uniform corrosion, localized corrosion, galvanic corrosion, environmentally assisted cracking etc. This symposium is intended to address the behavior of materials due to exposure in harsh environments, few of them are chemical process industry, oil and gas, petrochemicals, pharmaceuticals, automotive, medical devices, nuclear power plants and other industries where corrosion plays an important role in the choice of materials. Presentations could be related to plant testing, laboratory research, or field returns (failure analysis). Types of materials include carbon steel, stainless steel, nickel alloys, titanium alloys, aluminum and magnesium alloys and non-metals, and their fabrication issues (e.g. welding) are of particular interest. Reports on innovative solutions to identified corrosion problems and potential degradation issues are strongly encouraged.

This symposium is sponsored by NACE International and endorsed by the Corrosion and Environmental Effects committee of TMS.
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Planned: Other (journal publication, etc.; describe below)
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Advanced Electrochemical, Spectroscopic and Microscopic Techniques for the Study of Corrosion Processes
Calorimetry for Characterizing Aluminum Sensitization
Comparative Studies of the Corrosion Potentials of Three Proprietary Micro Alloyed Steels in Aerated Brine Solutions
Correlation of Grain Boundary Plane, Sensitization and Corrosion Resistance
Corrosion Analysis of Wire Cleaning Processes for Biological Use Wire
Corrosion Behavior of Nanocrystalline Al-M (M: Cr, Mn, Ti, Ta, Si, Ce and Mo) Alloys Produced via High-energy Ball Milling
Corrosion Behavior of Nuclear Waste Glasses in Geological Repository Systems
Corrosion Behaviour of AZ31 in Highly Alkaline Environment
Corrosion Resistance of Transmission Pipeline Steel Coated with Five Types of Enamels
Diffusion Bonding of Ni-based Superalloys for Microchannel Heat Exchanger for Application in Supercritical CO2 Cycles
Early Stage Oxidation of NiCrAl Alloys
Hardware Materials in Molten Carbonate Fuel Cell
Influence of Deformation Temperature on Mechanical and Corrosion Property of 6082-Al Alloy
Long-term Field Corrosion Monitoring in Supporting Structures of China Xiamen Xiangan Submarine Tunnel
Materials Selection for Use in Concentrated Acids
Mechanism of Magnesium Corrosion Poisoning through Alloying
Mitigation of Stress Corrosion Cracking of Austenitic Alloys by Laser Shock Peening
Painting Aluminum: Easier Said Than Done
Remarkable Oxidation Resistance Due to Nanocrystalline Structure of Fe-Cr Alloys
Role of Admixtures in Concrete during Corrosion of Rebar: Effect of Glycerol and Silica Formulations
The Galvanic Corrosion between Steel and Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer
Threshold Chloride Concentration for Passivity Breakdown of Mg-Zn-Gd-Nd-Zr Alloy (UNS M12310) in Basic Solution


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