The call for papers for the joint Congress is open!
Deadline for abstract submission: 17 January 2017
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The EFC is a federation of 38 organisations (Member Societies and Affiliate Members) with interests in corrosion based in 25 different countries within Europe and beyond. Taken together, its Member Societies represent the corrosion interests of more than 25,000 engineers and scientists.
Founded in 1955, its aim is to advance the science of the corrosion and protection of materials by promoting cooperation in Europe and collaboration internationally. [ more...]
The EFC accomplishes its most important activities through twenty active working parties devoted to various aspects of corrosion and its prevention.
EUROCORR , the EFC's annual conference is the flagship event of the European corrosion calendar. This year’s event is the 36th in the series.
Element Oilfield Engineering with Polymers Conference
NACE International and Element are teaming up to host the 10th Element Oilfield Engineering with Polymers Conference, a world renowned event that focuses on the international application of polymers and other advanced materials within the oil and gas sector. This event was established to foster knowledge sharing and networking between the polymeric material selection and application technical community, and the major oil and gas operators and their supply chain partners. It examines the role of thermoplastics, elastomers, and composite materials as components in the demanding oil and gas environment.
London, United Kingdom
Oct 25, 2016 - Oct 27, 2016
Durable coatings offshore
Durable coatings offshore - trends in coatings and surface treatments for offshore applications
Today, there is still debate regarding the most optimal coating systems for offshore wind structures. Currently ISO 12944 is under revision and a new VGB/BAW standard for corrosion protection of offshore wind structures in Germany has recently been issued. Therefore, new more clearly defined protective paint systems and test requirements for long-term offshore service are expected in the near future.
The focus of the seminar is to bring forward recent experiences and developments within protective coatings for offshore application and challenge our understanding of the durability of existing solutions. The seminar also gives the opportunity to visit the heart of offshore renewable testing facilities in Denmark – exemplified by a large climatic test chamber currently under construction.
LORC Lindø Offshore Renewable Centre, Denmark
Oct 27, 2016 - Oct 27, 2016