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The new executive director of the American Society of Naval Engineers (ASNE) shares ideas on keeping the 125-year-old organization vital for engineers, scientists, and allied professionals involved in maritime and aviation for the U.S. military.

Aging water and wastewater infrastructures are difficult and expensive to manage. But how much does the corrosion problem cost the industry? And how can water utilities better manage corrosion to reduce these costs?

No coating is better than a bad coating because recoating can cost much more than the initial coating application. Find out how to prevent coating failure by getting things right the first time around.

The coating, for all intents and purposes, was perfect. But if this work were to be done today, with a third-party inspector onsite, it would not be approved.

A water infrastructure corrosion expert reviews a paper by researchers at the University of Bristol on an innovative technique called ice pigging for the water supply industry.

Measurement of film thickness can be done with many different instruments. Understanding the equipment available for film thickness measurement is important for every coating operation.

Aluminum and aluminum alloys are in widespread use in many industrial applications, with its usage second only to that of steel.

Corrosion under insulation (CUI) causes many safety hazards in industrial facilities, many of which are prevented by using thermal insulating coatings.

Typical coating solutions come with risks including VOCs, HAPs, and flammability, but there are new and unique solutions hitting the market that offer great protection without the risk.

Rarely does a coating fail because of only one contributing factor. Rather, it is usually two or more factors working in conjunction that cause a coating to fail on a particular site, when that same coating has performed as expected on other sites.

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