The 3rd webinar in the Corrosion Testing in Extreme Environments series from LBBC Baskerville, will be held on 26 November 2020, at 13.00, and cover Corrosion Testing Innovation – The past, present and future.
Autoclave corrosion tests are a convenient way of laboratory simulation of many service environments by recreating the high temperatures and high pressures commonly occurring in industrial processes. However, there are numerous shortcomings, e.g. the conditions in the autoclave vary from real life because the fluid is not continually replenished, and the conditions are difficult to measure/monitor under the extreme conditions.
Discussions with the University of Leeds identified a specific opportunity to develop an innovative range of high pressure autoclave systems incorporating continuous, real-time monitoring of the corrosion process being investigated within the vessel. This will be of interest to a number of industries for lab investigations of corrosion of materials exposed to high temperatures and pressures.
In this webinar, Dr Danny Burkle and Dr Richard Barker will enlarge on their discussions from previous webinars and discuss the key challenges in harsh operating environments, current and future needs in tools, technologies and methods, and how new products can be developed to enable innovation and improve testing programmes.
The topics to be covered include, corrosion testing methods, limitations of current corrosion testing methods, and corrosion testing innovation: linking lab to field.
For more information contact, firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, and to register, go to https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_fIT6kwfSR5-lJuAgbW-KVg