Academic-focused training's are identified as CM-A-XX; developed specifically for research students from academic institutes; present general aspects of corrosion and corrosion control; and use certain chapters of “Corrosion Control in the Oil and Gas Industry” book as course material.
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ACADEMIC FOCUSED TRAININGS
|Academic- focussed trainings||Topic||Duration (hours(F))||Description|
|CM-A-01(A) (B)||Corrosion control R&D - Course||40||
This 5-day course provides the research students the tools to conduct innovative corrosion control research to produce practically applicable and commercially viable solutions as well as the tools to generate scientifically accurate and technically relevant corrosion data. This course also provides an overview of more than 25 international standards on corrosion measurement and monitoring.
|CM-A-02(A),(C)||Corrosion control R&D - Workshop||20||
This 3-day workshop provides the research students the tools to generate scientifically accurate and technically relevant corrosion data. This course also provides an overview of more than 25 international standards on corrosion measurement and monitoring.
|CM-A-03(A),(D)||Corrosion Education Ladder: The big picture - Tutorial||6||
This 1-day tutorial first presents the importance of corrosion and corrosion control. The topics covered include cost of corrosion, forms of corrosion, corrosion issues in various industries, corrosion control practices, and economical aspects of corrosion control. The tutorial then introduces the corrosion education ladder and explains various rungs of the ladder including innovation, research, development,commercialisation, and standardization. It finally emphasizes the importance of innovation in corrosion R&D.
|CM-A-04 (A),(D)||Corrosion Education Ladder: Claiming the ladder - Tutorial||6||
This one-day tutorial takes the participants through the rungs of the innovation ladder using corrosion inhibitor development as the topic of research. The tutorial educates the participants the interrelation between Innovation, Research, Development, Commercialisation, and Standardization.
|CM-A-05(A)||Laboratory methodologies: Corrosion simulation - Tutorial||3||
This tutorial introduces various laboratory methodologies to evaluate corrosion characteristics of materials and environment. The methodologies include static test, dynamic tests (rotating disk electrode, rotating cylinder electrode, rotating cage, and jet impingement), and simulation tests (salt-spray chamber, environmental chamber, and UV chamber). It also lists standards providing guidelines to use these tests.
|CM-A-06(A)||Laboratory measurement: Nonelectrochemical techniques - Tutorial||3||
This tutorial discusses the non-electrochemical techniques to measure corrosion rate in the laboratory. The techniques include mass loss,microscopy,spectroscopy, and laser profilometry. It also presents an overview various standards providing guidelines to carry the measurements.
|CM-A-07(A)||Laboratory measurement: Electrochemical techniques - Tutorial||6||
This tutorial describes the electrochemical nature of corrosion and discusses electrochemical techniques to measure and monitor corrosion. It presents the advantages and disadvantages of various electrochemical techniques. It also presents an overview various standards providing guidelines to carry electrochemical corrosion measurements.
|CM-A-08(A)||Corrosion data: Accuracy, precision, repeatability,reprodu cibility, and relevance - Tutorial||3||
This tutorial presents the importance of generating accurate and relevant corrosion data. It explains the difference between accuracy and precision;repeatability and reproducibility; and relevance and easy-generation. It prescribes methodologies to establish corrosion laboratory best practices.
|CM-A-09(A)||Laboratory corrosion measurement - Practical||3||
In this group practical class, participants carry outsimple corrosion tests. Results obtained will be used to explain the accuracy, precision, repeatability and reproducibility of corrosion data.
|CM-A-10(A),(E)||Laboratory corrosion measurement: Vendor participation||3||
Local equipment-suppliers present technical aspects of their products. These presentations are organised normally during lunch break.
Participants may take this 3-hour open book test at the end of the course. Several reference materials will be available during the test.