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Bugs 'n Steel Afloat and On Shore

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If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Geoff Hale.

Prof. Lindsay Greer has kindly offered to provide a tour of the Department. Please arrive by 6:30 pm if you wish to join the tour. Light refreshments from 7:00 pm. Anyone with an interest in the topic is welcome to attend.

Microbially-influenced corrosion (MIC) is possibly the most extensive and expensive mode of corrosion. MIC has been documented in chemical, food and pulp and paper processing; conventional and nuclear power generation; exploration, production, transportation, storage and use of hydrocarbon fuels; and marine and fire protection systems. Although MIC does not produce an unique type of corrosion, most is localised corrosion and can take the form of pitting, crevice corrosion, under deposit corrosion and de-alloying, in addition to enhanced galvanic corrosion and erosion corrosion.

This talk is part of the Cambridge and Anglian Materials Society meetings series.

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