Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are being utilized more and more in various industries to safely and efficiently inspect critical assets and infrastructure that would otherwise be difficult to access.
Knowing that moisture can destroy mortar over time, a team of Technical University of Munich scientists developed a new process to limit water uptake by adding a biofilm while mixing the material.
Read the MP article about the root cause of a Type 316L SS closed drain line failure, then explore the science behind the corrosion problem, which is presented in several related CORROSION articles listed at the end of the article.
This article provides a summary of the scope, approach, and significant findings of NACE International’s recent IMPACT study, including corrosion control strategies that could save hundreds of billions of dollars per year.
In a new report on corrosion inside underground storage tanks storing diesel fuel, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency found moderate or severe corrosion could affect metal components inside both steel and fiberglass tank systems.
A new U.S. Geological Survey assessment of more than 20,000 wells nationwide showed that untreated groundwater in 25 states and the District of Columbia was classified as potentially corrosive, thus creating a high risk for lead leaching in homes.
One of the first successful techniques for locating coating defects (holidays) on buried pipelines using surface electrical measurements is the Pearson survey, named after its inventor.
Click here for full access to NACE International's 2016 IMPACT study report, including valuable tools for companies to implement an effective Corrosion Management System Framework, benchmark their current practices with other organizations worldwide, and learn how to optimize the safety and lifetime of critical assets.