Twenty-first century x-ray technology has allowed University of Warwick scientists to peer back through time at the production of the armor worn by the crew of Henry VIII’s favored warship, the Mary Rose.
Researchers at the University of Central Florida are working to develop sophisticated computer models to better pinpoint the initial stages of stress-corrosion cracking.
Corrosion engineers are clearly needed in the desalination industry to not only ensure that the correct alloys are selected, but that proper technical specifications, including quality assurance and quality control, are in place to ensure the material delivered is fit for service.
The authors studied open-cell aluminum foams with different pore densities under marine conditions, with the objective of learning more about the corrosion behavior of these materials. The resulting deeper understanding is expected to lead to expanded utilization in advanced engineering applications.
A new study by engineers at Monash University has demonstrated improvements in the fatigue life of high strength aluminum alloys by 25 times, which the researchers believe could be significant for the transport manufacturing industry.
Built by researchers at Rice University, the compact Hyperspectral Stripe Projector is designed to collect the spatial and spectral information required for surface wear and corrosion detection, among many applications.
With recent improvements, computer modeling of alternating current (AC) interference effects on buried pipelines has become an engineering best practice, most notably with complex pipeline and high-voltage AC right-of-ways.
Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology offer a novel approach to designing fouling-resistant materials for use in nuclear reactors and other large-scale energy systems.
A team of researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory have found that exposure to radiation can improve the resistance of certain alloys that could be used in fission or fusion reactors.
This article describes the importance and benefits of remotely monitoring a large distributed CP system, being optimally operated to ensure 24/7 protection of assets against corrosion.
A global research consortium is working to develop a new method to better assess the condition of concrete structures, as well as enabling laboratory measurements with more precision.
The team utilized corrosion growth rate estimates collected from a dataset of operations from a North American pipeline operator’s integrity database, and developed machine learning algorithms to estimate risk.
Patterns of moisture trapping underneath insulation were visualized using moisture detection imaging, and a contact-free insulation system with low-point drains achieved maximum drainage efficiency (97%) and the least trapping.
The new technique developed by University of Illinois researchers can potentially be used to make microcapsules that respond to changes in pH, which are useful for applications such as anticorrosion coatings.
The Southwest Research Institute has been awarded a $1.3-million project to build a robotic inspection system designed specifically to inspect the bottoms of massive underground double-shell tanks.