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This presentation explains: the role of nickel in stainless steels and; the factors which should be taken into account if considering the use of a stainless steel with reduced nickel content.
"Forms of Stainless Steel Corrosion" looks briefly at the various forms of corrosion which can be avoided in architectural applications by correctly selecting, installing and maintaining stainless steel.
This presentation highlights the good practices that should be followed to maintain corrosion-resistance and aesthetic qualities of austenitic stainless steels.
"Corrosion by Waters" discusses the challenges of handling water in process plants.
Without non-ferrous metals, no energy transition!
The video demonstrates how non-ferrous metals contribute to achieve an energy transition – with three case studies.
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Where: Lisbon, Portugal
When: 20-22 September 2017
Where: MECC Maastricht, The Netherlands
When: 28-30 November 2017
This presentation was given by Gary Coates at the 5th China International Duplex Stainless Steel Congress in Beijing on 26 November 2015.
This presentation was given by Richard Matheson in Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China, on 15 November 2015.
The poster explaining the unique properties of alloys as ‘special mixtures’ and the metals industry’s proposed application of bioelution based approaches for the classification of alloys was presented by Dr. Adriana Oller, NiPERA in collaboration with the European Copper Institute and Eurometaux at the Institut National de l’Environnement Industriel et des Risques conference Chemical risk: innovative methods and techniques held 8-10 April, 2015 in Nancy, France.
Feature Story:Demand side response and battery storage systems rise to the challengeThe demand for energy is continually increasing; at national levels, within communities and in households. The traditional method of meeting this demand has been to increase production on the supply-side.