三级全黄

  1. <code id="l0twy"><em id="l0twy"></em></code>
    <big id="l0twy"><em id="l0twy"></em></big>

      <object id="l0twy"></object>
    1. <code id="l0twy"><small id="l0twy"><samp id="l0twy"></samp></small></code>
      <object id="l0twy"><nobr id="l0twy"><samp id="l0twy"></samp></nobr></object>

      這是描述信息
      搜索
      Search
      /
      /
      /
      International Symposium on Corrosion Control of Ships and Offshore Structures
      News
      Check category

      No.169, Binhe South Road, Luolong District, Luoyang City, Henan Province,China

      News Detail

      International Symposium on Corrosion Control of Ships and Offshore Structures

      • Categories:Company News
      • Author:
      • Origin:
      • Time of issue:2019-10-30 11:30
      • Views:

      (Summary description)On behalf of the organizing committee, we are very pleased to announce that International Symposium on Corrosion Control of Ships and Offshore Structures (CCSOS 2018) will be held in Qingdao, a beauti

      International Symposium on Corrosion Control of Ships and Offshore Structures

      (Summary description)On behalf of the organizing committee, we are very pleased to announce that International Symposium on Corrosion Control of Ships and Offshore Structures (CCSOS 2018) will be held in Qingdao, a beauti

      • Categories:Company News
      • Author:
      • Origin:
      • Time of issue:2019-10-30 11:30
      • Views:
      Information

      International Symposium on Corrosion Control of Ships and Offshore Structures

      CCSOS-2018

      First Announcement

      Dear Colleagues,

      On behalf of the organizing committee, we are very pleased to announce that International Symposium on Corrosion Control of Ships and Offshore Structures (CCSOS 2018) will be held in Qingdao, a beautiful coastal city of Chinaon October 26th-27th, 2018.

      Marine ships and offshore structures may suffer severe corrosion in the harsh environment, which affects the performance, service life and safety of ships and marine structures seriously. Therefore, it is of great significance to develop materials with high corrosion resistance and effective methods of corrosion prevention for ships and ocean engineering equipment and facilities.

      This symposium aims to build a platform for scientists, scholars and engineers from research institutes, universities, shipbuilding and offshore industries to discuss and exchange research progresses and innovative technologies of marine corrosion control. Experts in China and abroad in this field are invited to attend the symposium and give presentations. We are sure the technical exchange and academic discussion will benefit all the participants.

      Warmly welcome colleagues to attend this symposium.

      We are looking forward to seeing you at the conference in Qingdao.

      Prof. Likun Xu

      State Key Laboratory for Marine Corrosion and Protection

      Luoyang Ship Material Research Institute (LSMRI)

      China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC)

      Topics

      A- Marine Corrosion: Behavior, Mechanism and Testing Methods

      B- Corrosion Inspection and Monitoring for Ships and Offshore Structures

      C- Deep Water Corrosion and Control

      D- Coatings: Anticorrosion and Antifouling

      E- Cathodic Protection for Marine Ships and Offshore Structures

      F- Corrosion and Prevention in Seawater Piping System

      G- Corrosion Control of Ballast Tanks

      H- Standards, Regulations and Others

      Organization of the Symposium

      Organizers:

      State Key Laboratory for Marine Corrosion and Protection

      SunRui Marine Environment Engineering Company Ltd

      Luoyang Ship Material Research Institute, China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation

      NACE ShanghaiChinaSection

      Committee of Ship Materials, Chinese Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers

      Committee of Water Environment, Chinese Society for Corrosion and Protection (CSCP)

      QingdaoAssociation for Science and Technology

      Society for Corrosion and Protection of ShandongProvince

      Society for Corrosion and Protection of Qingdao

      Co-organizers:

      Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

      OceanUniversityof China

      ChinaUniversityof Petroleum (Huadong)

      Marine Chemical Research Institute

      Qingdao Research Institute for Marine Corrosion, Central Iron and Steel Research Institute

      SINOPEC Qingdao Safety Engineering Institute

      ShandongUniversityof Science and Technology

      Honorary Chair:

      Prof. Baorong Hou (Academician of Chinese Academyof Engineering)

      Prof. Guangzhang Chen (Honorary Chairman of CSCP)

      Symposium Chair:

      Prof. Likun Xu

      Vice Chair:

      Prof. Mingxian Sun, Prof. Hongtian Fu

      Symposium General Secretary:

      Prof. Cunguo Lin

      Organizing Committee:

      Prof. Baorong Hou (Academician of Chinese Academyof Engineering;

      Instituteof Oceanology, ChineseAcademyof Sciences)

      Prof. Guangzhang Chen (Honorary Chairman of Chinese Society for Corrosion

      and Protection)

      Prof. Likun Xu (State Key Laboratory for Marine Corrosion and Protection,

      Luoyang Ship Material Research Institute)

      Prof. Mingxian Sun (State Key Laboratory for Marine Corrosion and Protection,

      Luoyang Ship Material Research Institute)

      Prof. Cunguo Lin (State Key Laboratory for Marine Corrosion and Protection,

      Luoyang Ship Material Research Institute)

      Ms. Bei Gu (General Representative, NACE ChinaOffice)

      Prof. Dun Zhang (Instituteof Oceanology, ChineseAcademyof Sciences)

      Prof. Hongtian Fu (SunRui Marine Environment Engineering Company Ltd.)

      Prof. Jianhua Wu (State Key Laboratory for Marine Corrosion and Protection;

      Xiamen Sunrui Ship Coating Co., Ltd.)

      Prof. Hongren Wang (SunRui Marine Environment Engineering Company Ltd.)

      Prof. Taijiang Gui (Marine Chemical Research Institute)

      Prof. Bing Han (Qingdao Research Institute for Marine Corrosion)

      Prof. Liangmin Yu (OceanUniversityof China)

      Prof. Min Du (OceanUniversityof China)

      Prof. Shougang Chen (OceanUniversityof China)

      Prof. Jia Wang (OceanUniversityof China)

      Prof. Zhuoyuan Chen (Instituteof Oceanology, ChineseAcademyof Sciences)

      Prof. Yanliang Huang (Instituteof Oceanology, ChineseAcademyof Sciences)

      Prof. Huyuan Sun (Instituteof Oceanology, ChineseAcademyof Sciences)

      Prof. Jizhou Duan (Instituteof Oceanology, ChineseAcademyof Sciences)

      Prof. Xiaohui Liu (SINOPEC Qingdao Safety Engineering Institute)

      Prof. Zhaohui Yang (Qingdao Research Institute for Marine Corrosion)

      Prof. Yan Li (ChinaUniversityof Petroleum (Huadong))

      Prof. Rongchang Zeng (ShandongUniversityof Science and Technology)

      Secretary:

      Dr. Li Ma

      Dr. Xiangbo Li

      Dr.RiQiu

      Dr. Feng Liu

      Important Dates

      The first announcement: May 1st, 2018

      Deadline for submitting English abstracts: August 1st, 2018

      The second announcement: September 1st, 2018

      Symposium date: October 26th-27th, 2018

      Contacts

      Dr. Ri Qiu(General issue including visa)

      Tel: +86 532 68725117 Mobile: +86 18754268077

      E-mail: qiur@sunrui.net Fax: +86 532 68725100

      Dr. Feng Liu (Abstract submission)

      Tel: +86 532 68725105 Mobile: +86 13708989852

      E-mail: liuf@sunrui.net Fax: +86 532 68725100

      Venue

      Huanghai Hotel Qingdao, No. 75 YananYi Road, Shinan District, Qingdao, P. R. China

      Guidelines for Abstract Submission

      Abstract about the related topics on corrosion control of marine ships and offshore structures can be submitted. Here are the guidelines for abstract submission:

      1. Please submit abstract in English. A collection of detailed abstracts of papers will be provided for participants, while proceedings of the symposium with full papers will not be compiled. Abstract should be limited to 2 pages. Kindly follow this template (download the template) to prepare the abstract. The deadline for submitting detailed abstract is August 1st, 2018.

      2. The abstract should be sent via e-mail to liuf@sunrui.net. In the abstract, please provide the name, title, affiliation, email, telephone, address, zip code and other related contact information of the corresponding author. For invited speakers, please provide a biography with photo in addition.

      Title Is Inserted Here

      Xiaoyun Wang a,b,Xiaoyun Wanga, Xiaoyun Wanga, and Xiaoyun Wang*,a

      a State Key Laboratory for Marine Corrosion and Protection, Luoyang Ship Material Research Institute, Qingdao 266101, P. R. China

      b Luoyang Ship Material Research Institute, Qingdao266101, P. R. China

      Abstract

      Oil and gas equipment are being manufactured, stored and/or deployed or used in increasingly aggressive corrosive atmospheres due to an increase in atmospheric pollution. This is further aggravated by ever increasing complexity of the equipment and assemblies themselves, made more complicated by new environmental mandates in Europe coupled with a growing Green Movement, as well as fumigation requirements from countries such as Australia, for items going into ecologically sensitive areas. All have impacts on how equipment is made, stored and shipped. These issues leave the products/assets significantly more susceptible to corrosion, negatively impacting product performance, longevity and reliability.

      The impact of all of these factors is being felt beyond just the industries initially targeted by the environmental legislation in Europe and China, since production facilities for manufacturing are now global in scope. Effective barrier packaging can improve this situation. Bell Labs developed a reactive barrier material, which is extruded into multi-layer structures, which has been shown to be effective at protecting against corrosion as well as protecting against static electricity. This material uses no volatiles and has an extremely low carbon footprint. The material is universal because it is available worldwide, and because it can be used easily, it can be easily re-sealed in the field, it is robust enough to be deployed in almost any environment, and it is environmentally friendly, with no volatiles, no oils and fully reusable and recyclable. The material has been used successfully by numerous oil and gas companies in upstream and downstream applications enabling them to eliminate oils, reducing carbon footprints and saving money. Case studies of how the material is used will be presented.

      Graphical abstract or featured Figures.

      A graphical abstract or some featured figures are recommended as a part of this detailed abstract. Authors should provide some images that clearly represent the work described in the submission.

      Webpage Copyright(c)2015-2019 luoyang ship material research institute.  豫ICP備13020589號  Powered by www.300.cn 

      三级全黄

      1. <code id="l0twy"><em id="l0twy"></em></code>
        <big id="l0twy"><em id="l0twy"></em></big>

          <object id="l0twy"></object>
        1. <code id="l0twy"><small id="l0twy"><samp id="l0twy"></samp></small></code>
          <object id="l0twy"><nobr id="l0twy"><samp id="l0twy"></samp></nobr></object>