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Water-Based Corrosion Inhibitors for Reinforcing Bars

Open circuit potential, electrochemical polarization, salt spray testing, and immersion testing in sodium chloride solution were employed to evaluate the anticorrosive ability of the water-based conversion film.

Members of NACE International, SSPC Vote to Approve Combination

Members of NACE International voted in April to approve the association’s proposal to combine with SSPC: The Society for Protective Coatings. During the two-week voting period, thousands of NACE stakeholders worldwide cast votes, with an overwhelming 89% voting in favor of combining forces with SSPC.

Corrosion Basics: ICCP for Atmospherically Exposed Reinforced Concrete Structures

Impressed current anodes for atmospherically exposed steel in concrete are very different from anodes for underground and underwater applications.

Corrosion Basics: Open Recirculated Cooling Water Systems

There are certain fundamental considerations that should be understood in relation to open recirculated systems.

Corrosion Basics: Locating Pipeline Coating Defects with a Pearson Survey

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.

Corrosion Basics: Steam Generation in Power Plants

The greatest use of high-temperature water and steam is in electrical power generation. Historically, fossil fuels were used almost exclusively to heat water for steam until the introduction of nuclear power steam generators. This article briefly summarizes corrosion considerations for fossil fuel and nuclear fuel steam plants.

Strategic Planning at NACE International: Eighth in a Series

Given that the October print issue of MP is focused on CORROSION 2018, it seems appropriate to describe some of the strategic planning-related activities that will occur at this upcoming conference.

Strategic Planning at NACE International: Seventh in a Series

The plan for success has three elements: key strategic initiatives, implementation plans, and review and reload sessions. In this month’s post, we introduce all three steps in the plan for success process.

Strategic Planning at NACE International: Sixth in a Series

The overarching goals create a specific, measurable, and attainable verbal picture of what our association will look like by October 2019.

Strategic Planning at NACE International: Fifth in a Series

With a commitment to core ideology behind us, strategic planning efforts shifted toward survey input and analytical data that helped create a picture of the current state of health of our association.

Corrosion Basics: Stress Corrosion Cracking

Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) is a mechanical-chemical process leading to the cracking of certain alloys at stresses below their tensile strength.

Strategic Planning at NACE International: Third in a Series

Last month we defined ideology as a body of beliefs that guide individuals or large groups. To define our core ideology, the NACE International Board of Directors recognized that we must answer three questions.

Strategic Planning at NACE International

Strategic planning is a process that provides a roadmap for taking our association from a well-defined present state, to a compelling and significantly different future state.

Corrosion Basics: High-Temperature Corrosion

High-temperature corrosion does not require the presence of a liquid electrolyte. In this corrosion mechanism, metals react directly with gaseous atoms in the atmosphere rather than ions in solution. Sometimes, this type of damage is called “dry corrosion” or “scaling.”

Strategic Planning at NACE International: Implementation Plan

In the 10th part of this series, we explain how the implementation plan is a tool that can be used to break annual key strategies into increasingly smaller tasks.