Thursday, July 15, 2021
9:00 am - 3:30 pm
The Australian Electrolysis Committee is pleased to bring you their first biannual meeting for 2021. This event will be a hybrid event, with in-person attendance for a limited number of guests being run from the ACA Head Office in Melbourne, with free online attendance available for anyone else.
Anyone with an interest in Cathodic Protection is welcome to register to attend either the online event or the in-person session. The cost of in-person registration includes the provision of catering for the duration of the day. The number of attendees in person is strictly limited.
|09:00||Opening Session||Bruce Ackland|
|09:10||Remote earth and CP designs||Bruce Ackland|
|09:30||Remote monitoring at SA Water||Ramon Salazar||SA Water|
|10:00||ICCP simulation of GACP system||Rajko Vukcevic|
|11:00||Hydrogen embrittlement of pipelines and possible CP effects||TBA||Deakin University Research Group|
|11:30||CP shielding and corrosion under disbonded coatings||TBA||Deakin University Research Group|
|12:00||What Can a Lab Investigation Tell Us About Electrolysis Effects on 164 Year Old Pipe?||Candice Blackney||City West Water|
|13:00||Revised NSWEC Guide for the Measurement of Electrolysis Corrosion Interference||Jim Hickey||Ausgrid|
|13:30||AEC AGM||Bruce Ackland and Alireza Kouklan|
|13:45||Panelist Discussion Forum||Led by the ACA VIC Branch|
|14:30||Closing Session||Bruce Ackland|
|15:30||End of Event|
Online attendance for this event is free – you can register to attend here.
Venue: ACA Head Office, Melbourne