Water Corrosion Case Studies – Online Short Course

Water Corrosion Case Studies – Online Short Course

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Water Corrosion Case Studies

February 23, 2023 – 9am to 1pm EST

Online course for those in North America, Europe, and the Middle East

Course Premise

While literature by API, ASM and AMPP includes ample theory describing corrosion, we have LOTS of pictures of it. We believe by reviewing case-after-case of corrosion damage, the subtleties of the various corrosion modes will become more intuitive. This is the first course of the series.

Water is the Enemy of Steel and Other Metals

Water can attack steel and other metals in a variety of ways – especially when pollutants, flow, heat, chemical treatments and bioactivity become involved. This course brings-to-life the various ways and circumstances water can damage metal.

This 4hr lecture-style course reviews numerous case studies of common water-based corrosion mechanisms. These case studies are based upon laboratory analyses of failures experienced in the refining and petrochemical industries. Reviewing back-to-back cases and studying numerous photographs of how each mechanism attacks metals helps deepen one’s understanding of corrosion.

Who Should Attend?

This is great add-on training for those familiar with common corrosion mechanisms. Such as for those already exposed to training/literature from API, ASM or AMPP.

Frontline reliability, inspection, operations or those dealing with corrosion issues.

API Inspectors – receive certificate for 4hrs of CPD.

Course materials will be mailed. These materials are for reference rather than needed for the course itself. – Sign up ASAP to receive them in time!!

Note: This course helps build upon knowledge of corrosion and how common corrosion modes damage metals. It does NOT teach how to diagnose each of the damage modes (most modes require lab analysis for diagnosis).

Natalie Johnson

Natalie Johnson

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