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Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC)

The purpose of this Corrosion community is to encourage collaboration between research engineers, scientists, maintainers, and managers on the logistics needs of the DoD with an emphasis on stakeholder communication. Acquisition and sustainment processes require maximum communications and cooperation to have an effect on reducing total life cycle costs due to corrosion. This community not only brings the corrosion community together, but also the weapon systems and facilities communities toward reducing costs and increasing availability. These objectives can be achieved through the engagement of our community members who represent the government, including the DoD, FHWA, NASA, GSA, and our partners from Industry, Academia, and Allied Nations. 

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Leslie Miller - Community Leader

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Join Us for a Panel Discussion on Corrosion/Coatings on Military Assets - AMPP 2024 Show
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We are excited to invite you to a panel discussion focused on an issue critical to the longevity and effectiveness of military assets: corrosion management. This event aims to gather experts and stakeholders to explore innovative strategies, best practices, and technological advancements in combating corrosion within military equipment and infrastructure.

Date: March 4, 2024
Time: 1:00-2:30
Location: AMPP 2024 Annual Conference and Expo
New Orleans Convention Center
Room 213

Our distinguished panelists will share their insights and experiences in addressing corrosion challenges in various military contexts.

Panelist:
Robert Herron – DoD Director, Corrosion Policy & Oversight
John Wegand - Deputy Navy Corrosion Control and Prevention Executive
Courtney - Deputy Army Corrosion Control and Prevention Executive
Wes Barfield – Air Force - Warner Robins Air Logistic Complex Lead Environmental Engineer
Mark Schultz – The Sherwin Williams Company

To register for the AMPP Show, please go to: https://ace.ampp.org/registration

Online registration ends on February 29th.

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2023 DAF Corrosion Prevention and Control Strategic Plan
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The Department of the Air Force (DAF) has released an updated Corrosion Prevention and Control (CPC) Strategic Plan.

The plan articulates priorities and effects for CPC in the coming years, builds upon progress made as a result of the work completed in the 2014 Plan, and incorporates Space Force perspectives. The strat plan is targeted at managing corrosion risk through deliberate initiatives supporting six Strategic Priorities and Objectives that encompass DAF systems and facility lifecycle roles and responsibilities. This plan will also make progress on goals of “fielding sustainable systems” by ensuring corrosion control and mitigation planning is addressed earlier in the lifecycle and implementing metrics to assess results of DAF CPC Strategic Plan efforts and initiatives.

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"Breakthrough" Strategies for Effective Corrosion Prevention and Control

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We are excited to invite you to a panel discussion focused on an issue critical to the longevity and effectiveness of military assets: corrosion management. This event aims to gather experts and stakeholders to explore innovative strategies, best practices, and technological advancements in combating corrosion within military equipment and infrastructure.

Date: March 4, 2024
Time: 1:00-2:30
Location: AMPP 2024 Annual Conference and Expo
New Orleans Convention Center
Room 213

Our distinguished panelists will share their insights and experiences in addressing corrosion challenges in various military contexts.

Panelist:
Robert Herron – DoD Director, Corrosion Policy & Oversight
John Wegand - Deputy Navy Corrosion Control and Prevention Executive
Courtney - Deputy Army Corrosion Control and Prevention Executive
Wes Barfield – Air Force - Warner Robins Air Logistic Complex Lead Environmental Engineer
Mark Schultz – The Sherwin Williams Company

To register for the AMPP Show, please go to: https://ace.ampp.org/registration

Online registration ends on February 29th.

Hurry! Flash sale is happening now!
Use code 24CONF10 at checkout to save 10% on your full conference registration when purchased between February 2-11.

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Community Announcement / Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC)
CPC content in revised SEP Outline Guidance and DTRAM Guidance Published May 2023
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Good Morning DoD Corrosion Community,

As follow-up to our April email announcement on revisions to the Independent Logistics Assessment (ILA) Guidebook, the CPO team is happy to share we have been collaborating with the OUSD(R&E) team to include CPC planning criteria in the Systems Engineering Plan (SEP) Outline Guidance and Defense Technical Risk Assessment Methodology (DTRAM) which is the guidance on conducting Independent Technical Risk Assessments (ITRAs). The May 2023 revisions to these documents include:

  • SEP outline: adds a new CPC section.
    • This is a "win" since corrosion is not referenced at all in the current SEP outline version though CPC planning was required content in the SEP per policies.
  • DTRAM guidance: adds 2 CPC criteria under the RAM and Sustainment section
    • This a positive change because:
      • "corrosion" was only previously referenced in the e.g. follow-on statements.
      • It assesses if CPC:
        • Is included in technical assessment criteria
        • planning is included in the SEP and LCSP
        • Is included in the technical baseline and a topic in technical reviews
        • Is included in trade-off decisions.

 

The DAU page(s) links to the updated SEP Outline and DTRAM are still lagging but OUSD(R&E) has posted the revised documents to their publications page found at the following link:

 

Engineering References for Program Offices – DCTO(MC)

 

 

The CPO Team is making slow but deliberate positive progress to ensure that CPC planning is included in the necessary policies and processes used to acquire and sustain weapon systems. I encourage you to utilize these resources to advocate for CPC planning and CPC requirements in the acquisition and sustainment programs that you support.


Community Announcement / Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC)
AMPP Education Events Hampton, VA - Mega Rust
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Corrosion Community,

 

The Association for Materials Protection and Performance (AMPP) will be providing the following classes during the Mega Rust Show coming up in June!

 

MegaRust is conducted annually to provide a consolidated focus on Navy corrosion issues. Corrosion is a major factor in the readiness and total ownership cost of naval systems and this conference is intended to provide updated information on programs, policies, standards and Fleet experience related to corrosion and to promote discussion and sharing of information on technologies and strategies for controlling corrosion.

 

Training Information:

 

•  3 Training Programs will take place in conjunction with the show! 

 
•  Deadline to register May 12th.

 

•  All classes will take place at this hotel which is right next to the convention center where MegaRust will take place.

Embassy Suites Hotel
1700 Coliseum Drive
Hampton, VA 23666

 

•  These classes tend to fill very quickly! The date and link to register for the classes is below. If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Merck at [email protected].

 

Class Offerings:

Thermal Spray Inspector: June 13, 2023
  • 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM -
Hampton, VA - MegaRust Register

 

Corrosion Fundamentals Half Day Class: June 14, 2023
  • 8 :00 AM to Noon
- Hampton, VA - MegaRust Register

 

Protective Coatings Fundamentals Half Day Class: June 14, 2023
  • 1:00 PM-5:00 PM
- Hampton, VA - MegaRust Register

 

You can also click here to register, just list Hampton, VA in the location box to get the classes to populate:

https://my.ampp.org/education/courses/courseschedule.aspx

 

Note:

To Register for the Mega Rust Show go to: https://www.navalengineers.org/Symposia/MR2023

 

Thermal Spray Inspector:

As thermal spray coatings become more widely used in the protective coatings industry, it becomes more important to ensure these coating systems are applied properly. Be an expert in thermal spray inspection by learning how to navigate the NAVSEA standard on thermal spray and a Department of Transportation (DOT) specification. This program covers the inspection of thermal spray from pre-surface preparation through coating application.

(If you are government personnel you can get the special GSA Rate for this class. Email Jen Merck for more information in this at [email protected].)

 

Corrosion Fundamentals Half Day Class:

This half day class is a high overview of key causes of corrosion and the methods by which corrosion is identified, monitored, and controlled. The intent of the abbreviated course is to introduce the attendees to general information on corrosion basics from our 5-day Basic Corrosion course, currently available in-person, virtual or on-line self-study.

Protective Coatings Fundamentals Half Day Class:
This half day class is a high overview for those who are new to the protective coatings industry. It is also an ideal refresher for reviewing the fundamentals of corrosion and the use of coatings as a protective mechanism against corrosion and deterioration of industrial structures. The course will cover coating types and their mechanisms/protection, surface preparation for painting, application of coatings, inspection/quality control, coating degradation/defects/failures.

Committed to your professional development!
From trade school and university students to seasoned professionals, AMPP training supports every stage of your corrosion and coatings career.

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Corrosion Policy and Oversight


Community Announcement / Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC)
CPC content in revised ILA Guidebook Published 7 April 2023
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Good Morning DoD Corrosion Community,

 

As you may recall, CPC planning for acquisitions changed several years ago from requiring a separate CPC Plan for ACAT I programs to incorporating CPC Planning into the Systems Engineering Plan (SEP) and the Life Cycle Sustainment Plan (LCSP). DoDI 5000.88 and DoDI 5000.91 are the overarching policies for SEPs and LCSPs, respectively.

 

The CPO team has been developing relationship with the OASD(Product Support) team to broaden our collaboration with the Product Support and Product Support Management acquisition communities. Our recent collaboration effort was the revision of the Independent Logistics Assessment (ILA) which was last updated in 2011.

 

If you are not aware, ILAs are a statutory requirement per 10 U.S.C. 4325 levied upon the military departments for major weapon systems. ILAs are conducted at each program milestone, at minimum. Therefore, including assessment criteria for CPC planning is a good mechanism for verifying CPC planning was effectively included in the LCSP. This revision adds a new assessment criteria section for CPC planning (section 3.4). In addition, CPC Planning was included in:

  • Section 1.2.6: Included a verification for CPC planning content in the SEP
  • Section 3.3.1: Did identify corrosion specifically in the FRACAS process
  • Section 6.2.5: Packaging, Handling, Storage, and Transportation
  • Section 11.1: Facilities and Infrastructure requirement for system Corrosion Control
  • Appendix 2: Post IOC Assessment Considerations, items 3.4.1, 5.12

 

The published copy can be found, for your reference, using the DAU page URL below:

 

https://www.dau.edu/tools/t/Logistics-Assessment-Guidebook

 

The PS and PSM communities are ultimately the individuals responsible for dealing with maintainability issues resulting from accepted design risks. If you have not already developed relationships with your Product Support counterparts, I would encourage to utilize the ILA Guidebook revision as a means to initiate those conversations and foster a relationship with them. The PSM community can be a good ally in engaging with the program engineers to correct CPC design deficiencies. And I believe they would appreciate the support for improving corrosion maintainability aspects as well.  


Community Announcement / Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC)
Blog Post - DoD Corrosion Technology & Innovation Symposium
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Corrosion Community-

Don't forget to check out Bill Kobran's latest blog post about the DoD Corrosion Technology & Innovation Symposium. Blog posts such as this are a great way to stay up-to-date with the latest in acquisition news.


You can view the blog post here.

Community Announcement / Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC)
DoD Corrosion Prevention Technology Innovation Symposium
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​Corrosion Community-

We are pleased to announce the DoD Corrosion Prevention Technology Innovation Symposium will be held August 14-17, 2023 in Tucson, AZ.


The 2023 DoD Corrosion Prevention Technology and Innovation Symposium is a critical event that fosters an efficient and effective collaborative environment to not only better understand the impact of corrosion on DoD equipment and facilities, but also to jointly work toward practical prevention and control solutions. This effort brings together a diverse spectrum of technical expertise and knowledge representing government, industry, academia, and international corrosion partners. Participants represent essentially every field related to corrosion prevention and control; including basic and applied research, maintenance and sustainment, research and development, practitioners and manufacturers, and the DoD acquisition workforce.

The official approval memo can be found here.

The official conference website can be found here.


Community Announcement / Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC)
DoD CPC IPT - Dec 15, 2022 at Maintenance Symposium
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Corrosion Community-

 

This year, the DoD Corrosion Prevention and Control Integrated Product Team (CPC IPT) will be held as an associate meeting in conjunction with the DoD Maintenance Symposium and Logistics Exhibition, December 12-15, 2022 in Orlando, Florida. The Symposium is a three day DoD event solely focused on the maintenance of weapon systems and equipment, with Defense maintenance and sustainment professionals from government, industry, and academia typically in attendance.

 

The intent of the December 15, 2022 DoD CPC IPT meeting will be to kick-off the 5-year extension of the US-German Corrosion Data Exchange Agreement (DEA) to present research interests with applications for aerospace, ground vehicles, and maritime segments. We are also coordinating a tour of the NASA-KSC corrosion laboratory facilities on December 16. More to follow on the agenda.

 

In addition, a workshop, "Overview of Corrosion Control for Weapon System Sustainment," is scheduled for Monday, December 12 at 08:30 ET. Last, the Defense Maintenance and Logistics Exhibition hosts companies and organizations involved in military and commercial maintenance technology, information, and management processes that drive next generation materiel readiness through data advantage, technology, and innovation.

 

As a member of the corrosion community, please use the CPC IPT discount registration code: CORRDOD22.

 

More information about the Symposium and Registration can be found at  https://www.sae.org/attend/dod.


Community Announcement / Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC)
FAA Webinar Thursday October 13: Corrosion – The Silent Destroyer
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For those of you who may be interested, below is information on a relevant FAA Webinar, "Corrosion – The Silent Destroyer."

Topic: Review of Corrosion Types, Prevention and Repair

Date and Time: Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 19:00 Eastern Daylight Time (16:00 PDT; 17:00 MDT; 18:00 CDT; 13:00 HST; 15:00 AKDT; 16:00 Arizona; 23:00 GMT

Description: In this presentation, we will look at the Australian Safety Board Cessna T210M Accident Review to see why the wing failed, review Chapter 8 of the FAA Aviation Maintenance Technician General Handbook on Cleaning and Corrosion Control to investigate the types of corrosion, corrosion-prone areas, both geographic areas and structures that are prone to corrode. Then we will cover some measures that might prevent corrosion damage.

Speaker: Paul Meyer, CLT FPM

Registration Information: Can be found here.

Additional Information: Can be found here.

Community Announcement / Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC)
AMPP 2023 Annual Conference + Expo - Call for Abstracts
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Corrosion community-

The 2nd Annual NACE/SSPC combined conference – AMPP Annual Conference+Expo, the largest and preeminent gathering of corrosion and coatings professionals in the world. The event features a robust program of technical symposia, forums, workshops, standards and administrative meetings, student poster sessions, networking and more. Join them for the second annual AMPP Annual Conference + Expo on March 19-23, 2023 in Denver, CO.

 

The full call for abstracts can be seen here. The deadline is August 19, 2022.

 

In particular, don't forget to check out and submit abstracts for the Military Coatings and Corrosion Symposium. Details have been included below.

 

Name: Military Coatings and Corrosion

Description: This symposium features technical papers on controlling corrosion in the military sector, whether that is thru material selection, design, coatings, or cathodic protection.

Chairs: Patrick Cassidy, Elzly Technology Corporation, [email protected]; Dr. Charles White, NSWC Carderock Division, [email protected]

Directions: Follow the link and scroll down to the Military Coatings and Corrosion symposium, click the "Submit Abstract" button.

 

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Corrosion Policy and Oversight


Resources / Corrosion Prevention & Control (CPC)

Conferences

Welcome to the Corrosion Prevention & Control Page on Previous and Upcoming Conferences!

 
 
There are several corrosion related conferences throughout the year. The DoD Allied Nations Technical Corrosion Conference is held biennially on odd numbered years. Please see documents below from previous conferences. 
 


 




 

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CPC Related Training

NACE International 

 

SSPC Training & Education

 

DAU's Interactive Catalog (iCatalog)

 

WBDG (Whole Building Design Guide)

 

Whole Buiding Design Guide Corrosion Training

 

 

 

 

 

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CPC Related CoPs
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Environment, Safety, and Occupational Health (ESOH)
Facilities Engineering
Life Cycle Logistics
Science and Technology Management
Systems Engineering
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CPC Frequently Asked Questions

 

Where do I go for questions?

​For inquiries, please contact our front desk at 703-697-3909
 

What are noble metals?
​Noble metals are those metals which are resistant to corrosion and oxidation. 

 
What is corrosion?
​Although, the word "corrosion" is most often associated with "rust" and the oxidation of other metals, the Congressional definition of corrosion is, "the deterioration of a material or its properties due to a reaction of that material with its chemical environment" and can be found in 10 U.S.C. § 2228. It is inclusive of the deterioration of all materials, which can be caused through sun exposure, mold and mildew, wind, and other environmental elements.

 
Where can I find corrosion studies?
​Each of these studies have been cataloged on this website. To access them, please follow the link here

 
What does the Corrosion Policy and Oversite Office do?
The Corrosion Policy and Oversight office sponsors and provides training across the DoD weapon system and facilities spectrum. Training and certification opportunities can be found here:
 
1. Defense Acquisition University
 
2. NACE International (The Corrosion Society)
 
3. SSPC (The Society for Protective Coatings)
 
4. Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG)
 
5. CLM 038 Corrosion Prevention and Control Overview

 
Where can I find Facilities Training?

​Facilities training can be completed through the Whole Building Design Guide (WBDG) CPC-source.

The CPC Source contains a broad spectrum of CPC content related to the life cycle of facilities, as well as facilities-related training. Topics include:Coating Fundamentals (1PDH)Corrosion Fundamentals (1PDH)Cathodic Protection Basics (1PDH)Corrosion Prevention and Control of Utilities and Buried Structures (1PDH)Corrosion Prevention of Waterfront and Coastal Structures (1PDH)Coating Selection, Types, Performance, and the Environment (1PDH) - (In development)Coating Application, Quality Control, and Safety (1PDH) – (In development)CPC Facilities Life Cycle (1PDH) – (In development)

 

 

What does the CPC Director do?
The Director of the Corrosion Policy and Oversight Office (CPO) has partnered with the National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) to host the Corrosion Prevention and Control (CPC) Source section on the Whole Building Design Guide (wbdg.org).
 
The WBDG is a robust gateway to up-to-date information on integrated 'whole building' design techniques and technologies.
The WBDG is the only web-based portal providing government and industry practitioners with one-stop access to up-to-date information on a wide range of building-related guidance, criteria and technology from a 'whole buildings' perspective. Currently organized into four major categories—Design Recommendations, Project Management / Operations & Maintenance, Federal Facility Criteria and Continuing Education—at the heart of the WBDG are Resource Pages, reductive summaries on particular topics.
 
The WBDG.org portal houses and maintains a large number of corrosion-related criteria and CPC-related resources. The WBDG is the "go to" location for the government and private sector, and serves as the host for facilities criteria, standards and guidance.
TheCPC Source is intended to help planners, facility managers, sustainers, architects, engineers, and constructors manage problems and make informed decisions to correct and address CPC requirements in new construction and existing facilities. These facilities professionals act to correct deficiencies before corrosion causes failure and downtime and increases sustainment costs. Resource and Knowledge Page topics include:Corrosion Prevention and Control Source OverviewTrainingBest Practices Identified During the Facilities and Infrastructure Corrosion Evaluation StudyEnvironmental Severity ClassificationThe Importance of Including Corrosion in the Planning ProcessAcquisition IssuesSustainment, Restoration, Modernization (SRM), Operations and Maintenance (O&M)CriteriaDesign and Construction IssuesCompetenciesTechnology Transitions into CriteriaCorrosion Science Cathodic ProtectionPaint and Coatings Petroleum, Oils, and Lubricants (POL) Storage Distribution SystemUtilities and Buried StructuresPavementsFencingDoorsWaterfront and Coastal StructuresPiers and Wharves (New)Aviation Facilities (New)
 
 

 
Does the military have their own CPC?
Each Military Department has their own, individual Corrosion Control and Prevention Executive (CCPE). Their names are listed below:
Air Force: Walter Juzukonis
Army: Eric Linderman
Navy​: Edward Lemieux

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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(CPC) ACQuipedia Articles

Acquisition Encyclopedia

ACQuipedia serves as an online encyclopedia of common defense acquisition topics. Each topic is identified as an article. Each article contains a definition, a brief narrative that provides context, and includes links to the most pertinent policy, guidance, tools, practices, and training which further augment understanding and expand depth.
 

ACQuipedia was developed as a collaborative project to create content around Defense Acquisition-related topics. Articles (topics) will be maintained as a collaborative effort of subject matter experts across the Defense Acquisition University (DAU). Future growth may expand the collaboration of subject matter experts beyond DAU.
 

ACQuipedia provides the acquisition workforce with quick access to information in a succinct and digestible format. Article content aggregates the most relevant references and learning assets to narrowly focus users and quickly provide high value information.
 

Below are a few articles which may be of interest:

 

Corrosion Prevention and Control
 
Reliability Centered Maintenance (RCM)
 
 Service Life Extension Program (SLEP)
 
 Integrated Product Support (IPS) Element - Design Interface




 
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CPC Training

Welcome to the Corrosion Prevention & Control Training Page!


    The Corrosion Policy and Oversight office sponsors and provides training across the DoD weapons system and facilities spectrum. Opportunities are linked below.





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Policy & Impact of Corrosion

Welcome to the Corrosion Prevention & Control Policy and Impact of Corrosion Page!


             Please find links to relevant policy documents. Additional reports, below, are listed which give a detailed view on the impact of corrosion within the DoD.

             Together, policy improvements and these reports on the status of corrosion with the DoD, can be used to improve readiness and availability across all platforms.

             If you have any questions or concerns about specific policies of the impact of corrosion reports, please post in the Discussion Board.


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2023 DAF Corrosion Prevention and Control Strategic Plan
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The Department of the Air Force (DAF) has released an updated Corrosion Prevention and Control (CPC) Strategic Plan.

The plan articulates priorities and effects for CPC in the coming years, builds upon progress made as a result of the work completed in the 2014 Plan, and incorporates Space Force perspectives. The strat plan is targeted at managing corrosion risk through deliberate initiatives supporting six Strategic Priorities and Objectives that encompass DAF systems and facility lifecycle roles and responsibilities. This plan will also make progress on goals of “fielding sustainable systems” by ensuring corrosion control and mitigation planning is addressed earlier in the lifecycle and implementing metrics to assess results of DAF CPC Strategic Plan efforts and initiatives.

Advancements of Aluminum Plating with Ionic Liquid Based Electrolytes
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Kirt Leadbetter, Juergen Fischer, Mary Kading

"Breakthrough" Strategies for Effective Corrosion Prevention and Control
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"Breakthrough" Strategies for Effective Corrosion Prevention and Control

2021 Annual Review SAFE Part 2
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2021 Annual Review SAFE Part 2

The Ohio State 2022 Annual Review - Part 1
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Summary of polarization curves in accordance to MIL-STD-889

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