Dr. Ajit Mishra and I have organized the upcoming TEG 407X (STG 60) Mechanisms of localized corrosion in Memoriam of Professor José Galvele (March 1937 – August 2011). The year 2016 marked the 40th anniversary of Prof. Galvele’s seminal “Transport Processes and the Mechanism of Pitting of Metals” publication. Our goal for the symposium was to bring the best of industry and academia under one roof. We will be honored by the presence of distinguished guest speakers from both industry and academia. A list of lecturers and scope of their talks is presented below.
Do magnesium alloys suffer environmentally assisted cracking?
In this work, presented at CORROSION 2014, we investigated the hydrogen embrittlement and stress corrosion cracking of magnesium alloy AZ31B in chloride solutions.
This blog entry provides the link to download our final NACE CORROSION 2015 publication on corrosion of carbon steel in the presence of alternate currents (AC). Elmira Ghanbari presents a model, based on fundamental corrosion principles, which estimates the effect of an applied AC interference on Faradaic processes leading to corrosion.
This blog entry provides the link to download our final NACE CORROSION 2015 publication on the effect of σ-phase precipitation on localized corrosion of super duplex stainless steels.
The deadline for abstract submission is May 1st. This post describes the symposium objectives and provides a link to NACE International Abstract Submission Portal.
This article describes the results of a recent NACE MR0175/ ISO 15156 ballot that imposes stringent maximum allowable stress values.