Forthcoming Technical Presentations

The selection of topics for the four technical presentations at each meeting is made by the membership of the MCF. Consequently these are usually directly related to experiences and new materials or applications, with occasional presentations concerning research studies.  The present Technical programme is attached, whilst the subjects presented since 1993 are linked below, indicating the broad range of topics considered.

If you would like to offer a presentation, or request an invitation to attend one meeting,
then please contact the Secretariat.


Forthcoming Technical Presentations for 2015/2016

The Marine Corrosion Forum is recognised by the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST) and the Institute of Corrosion (ICorr) as offering technical presentations which will contribute to an individual member's Professional Development requirements.  Each agenda is also submitted for PD approval to the  Institute of Materials, Minerals & Mining (IOM3).

 Next Meeting:

8th July 2015, National Motorcycle Museum, Birmingham, see agenda
The Findings From HSE's KP4 Programme On Ageing & Life Extension’, Andy Duncan, DWT Intertek Production & Integrity Assurance
‘HISC of Super Duplex Stainless Steel in Offshore Application’, Xiaoxue An, Technip Umbilical Ltd
Subsea Friction Welding with ROVs or Divers for Cathodic Protection Retrofit Offshore’, Stuart Harvey & Dave Gibson, Proserv UK Ltd
'Marine Growth Prevention Systems’, Julianna Measures, Cathelco

 Future Dates: 

21st October 2015, Lloyd's Register, London,
‘Brighton Marina Breakwaters: Developing a Corrosion Management Strategy’, Jim Preston, Corrosion Prevention Ltd
Biofouling and Corrosion in High Energy Tidal Environments’, Thomas Vance, Plymouth Marine Laboratory
'Subsea Small Bore Tubing - Material Selection and Corrosion Risk Assessment’, Marco Rapone, GE Oil & Gas

27th January 2016, London, with A.G.M.

19th April 2016, Aberdeen, with Aberdeen Branch of ICorr

6th July 2016, Birmingham
New Test Methods’, Phil Dent, Exova

26th October 2016, London

The MCF reserves the right to change the programme at any time as circumstances dictate.

All Past Presentations with abstracts

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