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Failure of Water Wall Tubes Caused by Hydrogen Embrittlement from Severe Underdeposit Corrosion

In a CORROSION 2017 paper, authors discussed two water wall tubes in a multistage flash distillation plant’s operating boiler that experienced failure after 14 years of service.

Nickel-based Coatings May Slow Corrosion in Solar Power Plants

New research at the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory is aimed at mitigating corrosion levels in concentrating solar power plants with nickel-based coatings.

Dome Roof of Historic Mosque Receives Waterproof Repairs

The 128-year-old dome of the Shah Jahan Mosque near London, United Kingdom was suffering from corrosion-related perforations and leaks. A cold-applied, seamless roof was the solution.

Strategic Planning at NACE International: Ninth in a Series

A number of board key strategies and definitions of success were agreed upon at the fall 2017 meeting of the NACE International Board of Directors.

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