African Corrosion Journal & Congress

Discussing African Corrosion solutions for African problems

AfriCORR - African Corrosion Congress

AfrCORR 18 is scheduled for 16-20 July 2018,  in Johannesburg, South Africa, in association with NACE International.

AfriCORR is an initiative of the Corrosion Institute of Southern Africa. It has a special interest in connecting Industry and Academia through-out Africa. We look to create platforms that link research to action ultimately finding African Solutions for African Challemges, all the while ensuring we remain in touch with worldwide trends. 

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN

Please click here link to register for AfriCORR18

PROGRAMME

 

The programme for  AfriCORR18 can be downloaded here - please note that this is subject to change

Venue

AfriCORR 2018 will be hosted at the Ditsong National Museum of Military History, in Saxonwold, Johannesburg.

AFriCORR18 Gala Dinner

The AfriCORR Gala Dinner will be hosted on Thursday 19 July at moyo Zoo Lake. As a celebration of the centennial anniversary of the birth of Nelson Mandela and presented in conjunction with the Annual CorrISA Awards dinner, this is an evening not to be missed. With traditional African foods and music, we will have the opportunity to celebrate  our own African solutions to African Corrosion Challenges .

Each registration for AfriCORR18 INCLUDES one seat at the AfriCORR Gala dinner. Delegates are invited to purchase a "partner's ticket" for R400 when they register. Please note that additional dinner tickets are available at R590 directly from CorrISA.

Technical Topics

  • Primary Focus = INDUSTRIAL CORROSION and corrosion in MINING & MINERAL PROCESSING
  • Other areas of interest include Oil & Gas - Civil & Marine - Water & Wastewater Systems - Power Generation

Papershave been submitted in the areas of corrosion science and engineering, corrosion mechanisms, detection methods, measurement techniques, case studies, prevention and mitigation methods, in the following fields :    

  • Traditional and advanced materials


  • Corrosion modelling


  • Pipeline corrosion


  • Protective coatings


  • Failure analysis


  • Tribocorrosion and erosion corrosion


  • Cathodic & anodic protection systems


  • Advances in corrosion inhibitors


  • AC induced corrosion


  • Atmospheric corrosion 


  • Corrosion education



Contact: Dr Peter Olubambi for more information