Marine Corrosion Forum Meeting 6 July 2022 – Birmingham

Marine Corrosion Forum
Meeting 6 July 2022

National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham, B92 0EJ

Revised program

Access Live Stream via MCF web site ‘Attend’ page

https://marinecorrosionforum.co.uk/attend

1030   Registration and Coffee/Tea
1100   Using the new Standard EN ISO 24656 ‘Cathodic Protection for Offshore Wind Structures’. Birit Buhr, Oersted
1145   Offshore Renewables Cathodic Protection, Impacts of revised DNV Requirements. Lars Lichtenstein, DNV
1230   Combined discussion on Offshore Renewables
1245   Buffet Lunch
1300   MCF News and Open Forum
1315   SCC of Austenitic Cast Iron in Seawater. Roger Francis, RF Materials
1415   Localised Corrosion of Wire Arc Additively Manufactured (WAAM) Duplex Stainless Steel. Hussam Attar, Manchester University
1530   Tea/Coffee

The Marine Corrosion Forum is recognised by the Institute of Corrosion and the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology as offering technical presentations which will contribute to an individual member’s Professional Development requirements. Each agenda is also submitted for approval to the Institute of Materials, Mineral & Mining (IoM3)

The MCF reserves the right to amend the program at any time as circumstances dictate

Marine Corrosion Forum Birmingham 060722 Revised Program 040722

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