Welcome to the London Branch
The fundamentals of the Institute of Corrosion is for the local Engineering Fraternity to gather, discuss the pro’s and con’s of the latest technology and network.
The branches are therefore located in strategic cities and grouped into six regions. Each Branch is made up with volunteers who work together to engage and provide support to the local engineering communities.
We also work with other Engineering Institutions to provide interesting and diverse topics for discussion at a local level, to include; IMechE, IOM3, Institute of Welding, Institute of Chemical Engineers.
Venue: Imperial College, London, The Skelton Building, Civil Engineering Department, Imperial College Road, off Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2AZ
London Branch meetings are held every 2nd Thursday in the month from September to May.
The evening events start at 18.00 with complimentary drinks.
The Technical Presentation starts at 18.30.
There is complementary buffet and a full bar from 19.30 onwards.
The meeting generally closes around 21.00.
Imperial College, London
Imperial College, London
The Skelton Building, Civil Engineering Department, Imperial College Road, off Exhibition Road, London, SW7 2AZ
Latest News & Newsletters
By John Lilley and Mark Stone Sonomatic Ltd The industry is well versed with Corrosion mapping of vessels and pipework but Corrosion Mapping of Storage Tanks has always relied on “dropping the tank” which has an impact on production and risk. The industry does...read more
By:Hamed Habibi - Speir Hunter Limited This presentation introduced and explain the benefits of Stress Monitoring in Pipeline Integrity Management. The technique is the only inspection technique that can simultaneously map the lateral position and depth of...read more
The Use of EIS as a Predictive Tool for Coating Lifetime By Dustin Traylor – Axalta Global Product Manager Dr Stephen Drew – Axalta EMEA Coatings Leader This presentation will evaluate the use of Electro Chemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIC) to assess the adhesive...read more
The 29th Institute of Corrosion Lunch at The Royal Overseas League, was another huge success with 177 people attending the event in Mayfair London. Guests started to arrive at 11.30 for a pre-dinner drink and were seated by 12.30 for the first of two acts by The...read more
James Hesketh – National Physical Laboratory Stable pitting is a precursor to sulphide stress corrosion cracking (SSCC), which is one of the main causes of failure of stainless steel pipelines used in sour Oil and Gas production. Despite this, the underlying mechanism...read more
London Branch News - OCT 12 - IMO3 Joint Meetingread more
London Branch News - OCT 17 - SCI Joint Meeting Rev.Imread more
Institute of Corrosion London Branch / Young ICorr Joint Meeting with LMS 12th October 2017 Corrosion Challenges and Considerations for the Design and Installation of 316 Stainless Steel- Clad Subsea Flowlines Simon Bowcock, CEng, Meng - BP Sunbury Simon is a...read more
Following on from the success of the 2012-13 and 2014-15 young engineers program the Institute of Corrosion will be starting the next event in this series in January 2018. There will be lectures on the subjects related to Corrosion in Oil and Gas as shown below. ...read more
London Branch Committee Members
Chair: David Mobbs
Vice Chair: George Winning
Events: Trevor Osborne
Treasurer: James Glynn
Secretary: Paul Brooks
Web Updates: Polina Zabelina
Young ICorr: Sarah Vasey
Invitations: Ben Moorhouse
Membership Development: Steve Barke
Email address: email@example.com