Application, Monitoring and Models in Corrosion

Wednesday, 4 October 2017: 14:00-18:40
Camellia 2 (Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center)
Chairs:
Sannakaisa Virtanen and John R. Scully
14:00
Welcoming Remarks
14:10
679
Investigation of Local Hydrogen Uptake in Rescaled Model Occluded Sites Using Crevice Scaling Laws
J. R. Scully (University of Virginia), J. S. Lee (Naval Research Laboratory), J. Locke (The Ohio State University), M. A. Switzer (University of Virginia), P. Lu, and J. Saal (QuesTek Innovations, LLC)
14:30
680
Artificial Pits for the Study of Underdeposit Corrosion Kinetics
A. N. Shamso (Imperial College London, Qatar University), A. M. Abdullah (Qatar University), N. Laycock (Qatar Shell), and M. P. Ryan (Imperial College London)
14:50
681
Atmospheric Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking of Corrosion Resistant Alloys Used for Dry Storage of Spent Nuclear Fuel
T. Weirich (The Ohio State University), R. F. Schaller, C. Bryan, E. J. Schindelholz (Sandia National Laboratories), and J. Locke (The Ohio State University)
15:10
682
Pourbaix Diagrams As a Root for the Simulation of Polarization Curves for Corroding Metal Surfaces
S. C. Perry, S. Gateman, L. Stephens, and J. Mauzeroll (McGill University)
15:30
Break
16:00
683
Effect of pH and Salinity on Polarization Behavior of Cathodically Protected   HY80 Steel, Inconel 625 and Nickel-Aluminum Bronze in Mexican Gulf Seawater
O. A. Baturina (Naval Research Laboratory), M. J. Strom, and F. J. Martin (US Naval Research Laboratory)
16:20
684
Quantitative Examination of Porous Rust on Steel
N. Curry (University of Manchester), T. Wills, S. R. Gibbon (AkzoNobel), and S. B. Lyon (The University of Manchester)
16:40
685
Nanostructured Steel Susceptibility to Sulfide Stress Cracking
A. Shadravan, R. Case (Texas A&M University), and A. Rumann (VODIK industries)
17:00
686
Iron Sulfides Electroactivity in Environments in the Presence of Strong Acid, Carbonic Acid and Aqueous Hydrogen Sulfide
S. Navabzadeh Esmaeely (Institute for Corrosion and Multiphase Flow Technology, Ohio University) and S. Nesic (Ohio University)
17:20
687
Effect of Residual Chlorine Concentration on Water Pipe Corrosion
K. S. Han (Seoul Water Institute, Seoul Metropolitan Government), J. H. Park (National Institute of Environmental Research), Y. B. Park (Seoul Water Institute), S. J. Kim, H. D. Kim (Seoul Water Institute, Seoul Metropolitan Government), Y. J. Choi (Seoul Water Institue, Seoul Metropolitan Government), I. C. Choi (National Institute of Environmental Research), and S. H. Hong (Department of Chemical Engineering, Soogsil University)
18:00
689
Effect of Tail Length of Surfactant-like Corrosion Inhibitors on Chemical Mechanical Planarization Slurry
L. C. Ho, W. W. Tsai, C. B. Lee, Y. H. Hsu, J. F. Wang, and W. Zhou (Electronic Materials, The DOW Chemical Company)