Designing for Corrosion Control

General Corrosion

Designing for Corrosion Control (DCC)

The Designing for Corrosion Control Course covers the principles of corrosion and corrosion control and provides a systematic method for applying the technology of corrosion prevention to the design process. An overview of the steps involved in materials selection common to many industries is also provided. Corrosion control in system design and the financial principles used in evaluating alternative materials and designs are also covered.

Classroom instruction is comprised of lectures and open discussions.

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Who should attend

Anyone who has a technical corrosion background but is new to designing corrosion control systems. This includes:

  • Civil engineers
  • Managers
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Design Engineers
  • Process Engineers
  • Consultants
  • Contractors
  • Architects

Learning objectives

  • Apply corrosion control methods into the design process
  • Associate materials performance to service environments
  • Explain the processes, methodologies, and factors influencing materials selection
  • Recognize the effects of corrosion and design on materials
  • Select the appropriate methods to deliver design optimization
  • Apply various methods of economic analysis to find direct and indirect costs
5 Day Course
English

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Prerequisites

Required

There are no required prerequisites for this course.

Recommended

Basic Corrosion or Basic Corrosion eCourse

End of course exam

Successful completion of the written exam is required to earn a certificate of completion.