Combatting Corrosion

The National Composites Centre (NCC) is delighted to work in collaboration with the AMRC to deliver this course.
This course is being run at The National Composites Centre by AMRC BOOK HERE
Course aims
To provide delegates with a full understanding of the principles of metallic corrosion and prevention mechanisms appropriate to a variety of applications.
Who should attend
Engineers and designers of all disciplines involved in the supply of metals and alloys to industries in which corrosion is an issue. 
The course is also applicable to production and technical staff concerned with the specification, selection and application of corrosion-resistant materials.

Course Duration: 1 day

Price: £400

Mechanisms & Forms of Corrosion
• Pitting corrosion
• Crevice corrosion
• Galvanic corrosion
• Stress-corrosion cracking
• Hydrogen induced cracking
• Erosion corrosion
• Microbial corrosion
Inspection & Testing Techniques
• Visual inspection
• X-ray inspection
• Optical metallography
• Scanning electron microscopy
• ASTM G48 methods A & B
• Salt spray testing
• Offshore
• Carbon dioxide
• Hydrogen suphide
• Fatigue/corrosion in aircraft
Corrosion Prevention Technologies
• Organic coatings & paints
• Galvanising
• Zinc plating
• Noble coatings
• Nickel & chromium plating
• Anodic & cathodic protection
Designing to Prevent Corrosion
• Environment
• Crevices
• Inhibitors
Case Studies
• BP Foinavon
• Seawater Circulating Pump

The course will be held at National Composites Centre, Feynman Way Central, Bristol & Bath Science Park, Emersons Green, Bristol, BS16 7FS - BOOK HERE

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