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Tribo Corrosion V

Tribo-corrosion is a crucial materials degradation issue in industrial process as well as in service environment. It is major cause for significant loss of energy, efficiency and overall life of components and devices in a range of sectors., viz. oil and gas, chemical and metallurgical processes, medical and dental and renewable energy domains as in wind, tidal and wave based systems.

This Fifth edition in the International Conference series will address, the advances in the field and chart out road maps for mitigating the synergistic effects of tribo corrosion in industrial and service environments.

  1. Modelling and Simulation of synergistic effects
  2. Ambient Temperature wear + corrosion
  3. High Temperature wear + Corrosion
  4. Bio-Tribo Corrosion
  5. Degradation in Vacuum and Cryogenic Environments & Solutions

Papers on the above aspects are being solicited.
Selected papers will be published in Tribology International and Journal of Bio and Tribo Corrosion.
A poster session is also being envisaged covering the above said topics.

Organizing Committee

Chair:Prof Margaret May Stack [University of Strathclyde]
Co-chairs:Dr. Manish Roy [DMRL, Hyderabad, INDIA] & Dr. K. Balasubramanian [NFTDC, Hyderabad, INDIA]
Convenor:Dr. Hareesha Iddya [NFTDC, Hyderabad, INDIA]

Important Deadlines

Abstract submission: 15 Aug 2016
Poster submission: 30 Sep 2016
Confirmation of presentation: 31 Oct 2016

For further enquiries

Email: organiser@tribocorrosion-v-2016.com

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