Corrosion Technical Series

Corrosion Technical Series

Corrosion Technical Series

Jam-packed with the latest insights and technical developments, this new seminar series from NACE brings together subject matter experts from a wide variety of industries and professional backgrounds to discuss hot-button corrosion topics. Through best practices, case studies, and lessons learned, these “technical think tanks” will shed light on the shared corrosion challenges faced by different industries. More importantly, they will reveal commonalities and differences in how various industries, departments, and job titles view and tackle these corrosion issues.

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Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion

Microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) is corrosion affected by the presence or activity of microorganisms in biofilms on the surface of the corroding material – a problem that threatens assets in many industries, including oil and gas, water and wastewater, and maritime industries.

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Corrosion Failures

Corrosion Failures features thought leaders from government, oil & gas, and pipeline industries. Unique to this seminar, subject matter experts will present a holistic view of how their organizations address corrosion failures from a high-level standpoint, before drilling down to how their processes are managed and executed at the operational level.

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Diesel Corrosion: Risks and Options for Tanks and Equipment

The NACE Corrosion Technical Series on Diesel Corrosion is specially organized for the trade groups and government agencies whose constituents have diesel fueled vehicles, equipment, generators, heating oil tanks, and fuel storage tanks.

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Robotics in the Corrosion Industry

This one-day seminar, entitled Robotic Capabilities for Surface Preparation, Integrity and Corrosion Management, features thought leaders from the energy, technological, manufacturing, and engineering sectors, scientists, maritime, and more who will share insights on robotic capabilities for surface preparation, integrity and corrosion management.

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