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About the Course
Audience of the course:
This course is intended for those that have had past exposue to the topics of corrosion in prior short courses, undergraduate classes, or field experience, but would like to have a deeper understanding of the concepts and issues in corrosion science and engineering. Introductory concenpts will be reviewed, however; the focus of the modules will be on in-depth discussions.
Topics Covered in the course:
- Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Corrosion
- Environment Assisted Cracking
- Passivity and Localized Corrosion
- Treatment of Data from Corrosion Measurements
Set up of the modules:
Each module is offered either in the mornings or afternoons of the three-day program. Two modules are offered co-currently during each morning and afternoon session. Attendees may choose to take one module during each day or a module in the morning session and in the afternoon of each program day.
This program is taught by Dr. Rudolph Buchheit and Dr. Gerald Frankel from The Fontana Corrosion Center, part of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio.
Registration, Location, and Contact Information
Questions about this course may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Currently, no short course has been scheduled at this time