International Symposium Book of Proceedings

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A collection of papers dedicated to the occasion of the International Symposium on Advances in Corrosion Science and Corrosion Engineering, held by the Australasian Corrosion Association Inc. at the Marriott Melbourne, 24 & 25 July 2019. This event was held In honour of some of the contributions made to the Australasian corrosion science and engineering by Bruce Hinton, Les Boulton, Brian Martin, Brian Kinsella, Greg Moore and David Nicholas.

Papers presented:

1. Some Factors to Consider in the Design of Alloys Optimized for Corrosion Resistance – John R. Scully, Angela Y. Gerard, Katie Lutton Cwalina

2. Quasi in-Situ Corrosion Study of The Mg2si Phase in 6Xxx Series Al-Alloys Using Transmission Electron Microscopy – Shravan K. Kairy and Nick Birbilis

3. Duplex Stainless Steels – the Versatile Alloys Roger Francis

4. Facades to Structures: Corrosion Resistance and Mechanical Property Developments in Stainless Steels – Graham Sussex

5. Modelling of Localized Corrosion Under Atmospheric Conditions in the Presence of Galvanic Coupling – Rebecca J. Skelton, Robert G. Kelly

6. Analysing the Past to Predict the Future: Corrosion Modelling and Prediction for Military Aircraft – Aaron Sudholz

7. On the Mechanism of Cathodic Protection and its Implications on Criteria Including AC And DC Interference Conditions – Markus Büchler

8. A Critical Assessment of the True Meaning of Cathodic Protection Potential Measurements – Bruce G. Ackland, Kathryn P. Dylejko

9. Corrosion Modeling For Oil & Gas Applications – Srdjan Nesic, Aria Kahyarian and Yoon Seok Choi

10. Understanding and Addressing Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion (MIC) – Laura L. Machuca

11. Recent Advances in Investigating Chemical Inhibition of Mild Steel Corrosion – Katerina Lepková

12. Corrosion Can be Where You Least Expect it: Degradation of Plastic Pipes in the Water Industry – Graeme George

13. Corrosion of Cast Iron Water Mains – Developing Models for Long-Term Prediction – Robert E. Melchers

14. Advances in Condition Assessment of Water Industry Pipeline Assets – Paul Vince

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