Ion man receives Alfred Deakin Medal
Materials engineering researcher Anthony Somers has been awarded an Alfred Deakin Medal.
Arresting the corrosion factor
Deakin's new Corrosion Research Centre offers unique research access to Australia's critical infrastructure sectors.
Seeing a future in the pipeline
New National Facility for Pipelines Coating Assessment launched at Waurn Ponds.
Novel sensor to detect pipeline corrosion
A new corrosion sensor developed by IFM researchers offers a way to prevent dangerous corrosion in underground pipelines.
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- Rare Earth and Ionic Liquid Inhibitors
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The Deakin Corrosion Research Centre has expertise in:
- Engineering research solutions to corrosion.
- Materials testing in simulated environmental conditions.
- Corrosion inhibitors and protective coatings.
- Corrosion monitoring and prediction.
- Applied electrochemistry and cathodic protection.
- Metallurgy (including fatigue and fracture analysis).
- Materials engineering, composites, structural polymers and coatings.
- Stress corrosion cracking and new alloys development.
We are currently focusing our expertise on projects in the following areas:
- Corrosion, infrastructure reliability and durability.
- Materials selection for corrosion control (e.g. protective coatings for underground pipeline and metals or alloys for desalination plants).
- Pipeline corrosion and prevention Energy Pipeline CRC.
- Carbon dioxide corrosion and inhibition (e.g. corrosion inhibitors in oil and gas production environments).
- Biocorrosion and microbiologically induced corrosion (MIC).
- Light metals and reactive metals coatings and inhibitors.
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