- Corrosion Experts
- Technical Groups
Advances in Understanding Corrosion Mechanisms and Asset Failure
A NOVEL APPROACH TO SHALLOW WATER CORROSION MODELLING: USE OF SHIPWRECK MATERIAL FROM HMS SIRIUS (1790)
Ian D. MacLeod
Ian D. MacLeod AM, worked for the Western Australian Museum from 1978-2016 studying corrosion of metals on historic shipwrecks. Former Executive Director of the WA Maritime Museum, he now runs Heritage Conservation Solutions. Ian is the former editor of Corrosion and Materials and chair of the scholarship committee of the ACA Foundation.
INITIAL CORROSION BEHAVIOUR OF SPHEROIDAL GRAPHITE CAST IRON AND RUST EVALUATION IN ATMOSPHERIC ENVIRONMENT
Ichiro Dote has studied in the Department of Civil Engineering, at Kyushu University as a working doctor from 2018. Where his major field of study is atmospheric corrosion of cast iron. Right now, he is living in Fukuoka, Japan.
3:30 pm – 4:00 pm
STRESS CORROSION CRACKING OF CABLE BOLTS
Judy Turnbull is a consultant Metallurgist with Bureau Veritas, undertaking component failure investigations. She has held this role since 2013. Judy has more than 30 years’ experience in the engineering field, having worked in heavy engineering, hard rock mining, concrete, oil & gas and pipeline inspection as well as information technology.
4:15 pm – 4:45 pm
EXAMINATION OF A SINGLE COLUMN PANTOGRAPH DISCONNECTOR FAILURE
Roger Costanzi is the Manager of the Materials Science & Engineering Group of Bureau Veritas, a position he has held since 2007. The group provides a broad range of technical support and failure analysis investigations of plant and equipment used in the Australian mining, transport, manufacturing, power and process industries.
5:00 pm – 5:30 pm
CORROSION RESISTANCE AND DETERIORATION BEHAVIOUR OF OVERLAPPING LAYER BETWEEN THERMAL SPRAY COATING AND HEAVY DUTY PAINT COATING
Muye. Yang is a research assistant professor who has been working at the Department of Civil Engineering, Kyushu University since 2017. Her major field of study is steel structures, responsible for the maintenance of steel infrastructure. Participated relating topics are including the fatigue strength of weld joint, corrosion mechanism and cathodic protection of carbon steel, environmental deterioration of CFRP, development of electrochemistry sensor, etc.
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