Corrosion Control in Industry and Plant
Sep 24 - 27 Sep, 2012
This course is designed to provide an in-depth appreciation of corrosion engineering for both engineers and scientists working in a variety of industry. Those engineers concerned with design will find this course extremely useful as well as representatives of government agencies and the insurance industry. COURSE OBJECTIVES: Industrial infrastructure as well as manufactured products can suffer from corrosion damage with adverse effect on both quality assurance and production schedules. Participants will gain an understanding of corrosion engineering and its application in a range of different industries including the various methods used for corrosion control; how to recognize the various forms of corrosion; how to investigate corrosion problems (corrosion failure analysis); how to monitor and inspect corrosion, and how to use the corrosion literature (including corrosion related software) to advantage.
Venue: London, United Kingdom