Corrosion & Prevention 2019

Corrosion and Prevention is the largest Corrosion Conference and Exhibition in the Southern Hemisphere.

The next Conference will be from the  24th -27th November 2019 in Melbourne

Call for Papers

Submissions are now welcome on all aspects of corrosion and corrosion control for Corrosion & Prevention 2019. Papers are subject to peer review and if accepted will be published in the Conference Proceedings. Critical dates for acceptance of abstracts and papers are:

Close of Abstracts:                  25 March 2019
Acceptance of Abstracts:        15 April 2019
Receipt of Papers:                   3 June 2019

Guide to Submission

Papers submitted to the Corrosion & Prevention 2019 Conference must be unpublished works. It is the responsibility of the author to obtain necessary clearance/permission from their organisation. Copyright of the paper is assigned to the ACA. Abstracts should include the names of all authors, an appropriate title and a brief summary. All authors whose papers are accepted are required to attend the conference to present their paper at the Conference.

Industry Sectors

This conference will have material of value to those working with the following industries:

  • Building and construction
  • Cultural and historical materials preservation
  • Defence (air, land & sea).
  • Education and research
  • Food processing
  • Government
  • Marine, transportation and infrastructure
  • Mining and resources
  • Oil & Gas
  • Power Generation and energy systems
  • Water and wastewater

Technical Streams

Corrosion and Prevention 2019 invites technical papers on all subjects related to corrosion.  The conference will bring together leading researchers and industry practitioners who combat corrosion daily.  Diverse technical streams will showcase the latest developments in corrosion, ranging from fundamental corrosion science to hands-on application.  Submissions may include research papers, review papers and case studies related to the industry sectors and technical streams listed below:

Concrete

  • Concrete deterioration
  • Reinforcement corrosion
  • Concrete coatings & repair
  • Cathodic protection of reinforcement

Steel Corrosion

  • Coating of steel structures
  • Cathodic Protection of steel structures
  • Steel in a marine environment

Water Infrastructure

  • Pipe corrosion and Condition Assessment
  • Water Treatment Plant & Waste Water Treatment Plant Corrosion

Oil & Gas

  • Cathodic protection of pipelines
  • Refinery issues
  • Marine structures

High temperature corrosion

Non-ferrous metal corrosion

Asset Management

Microbiologically Influenced Corrosion of Steel