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Corrosion and Reliability Engineering at The University of Akron 17 March 2018 Corrosion and Reliability Engineering at The University of Akron 17 March 2018

The Corrosion and Reliability Program benefits society, industry and government through enhanced corrosion control The Corrosion and Reliability Program benefits society, industry and government through enhanced corrosion control for reduced costs of corrosion and for greater performance, safety and reliability. This is accomplished through the development and implementation of education, training, research and service. “Focus at the intersection of engineering, science and 17 March 2018 management for greater reliability, safety and reduced costs of corrosion” Contact name and number

An Innovative and Holistic Approach to Filling the Education Gap Applied RDT&E Innovative Products An Innovative and Holistic Approach to Filling the Education Gap Applied RDT&E Innovative Products Industry Partners Advanced Degrees (UA or other universities) de Stu Contact name and number es at 17 March 2018 du Non-Credit Workshops • Collaborative Agreement with NACE International • Discussions with the Society for Protective Coatings (SSPC) ra Certification and Licensure and s/G nt Degree Programs B. S. Corrosion Engineering Corrosion Associate and Baccalaureate Engineering Technology Degrees

Program Update (Activities Since December 2008) • Curriculum Approval – Approved by the College Program Update (Activities Since December 2008) • Curriculum Approval – Approved by the College of Engineering and UA Faculty Senate – Spring 2009 – Accepted by the UA Board of Trustees – June 2009 – Pending approval by the Ohio Board of Regents • Instructional Lab – Existing space being renovated to accommodate introductory lab courses – Scheduled for completion in December 2009 – Funding provided by FY 09 Do. D contract • Program Team and Faculty 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Stakeholder Input: Knowledge of… Capability/ability to … Benefit Corrosion basics (principles and mechanisms) Prevent Stakeholder Input: Knowledge of… Capability/ability to … Benefit Corrosion basics (principles and mechanisms) Prevent corrosion Asset preservation Diagnose failures Increased profitability Guide maintenance and repair Enhanced readiness Conduct inspections using relevant codes Improved safety Set-up specifications and standards Lower environmental impact Materials characteristics Corrosive media Mechanical/physical properties Testing, evaluation, inspection Corrosion prevention Fabrication and processing “Cost-effectiveness”, planning, execution and management Life cycle costing Risk based assessment Manage projects Work effectively on teams Communicate effectively DOD NACE, MTI Academia – MIT, OSU, UD, CWRU, IIT National Academies – Industrial panels 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

B. S. in Corrosion Engineering • Based on input from various stakeholders (learning outcomes) B. S. in Corrosion Engineering • Based on input from various stakeholders (learning outcomes) • Consistent with existing programs ü Comprehensive Corrosion Degree ü Maintains engineering core o Multi-disciplinary ü Includes strong science and engineering foundation • Adds management component • Could be started within an existing program ü Draws upon existing courses 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Corrosion-Centered Program • Fundamentals of Science and Math • Maintains engineering core • Builds Corrosion-Centered Program • Fundamentals of Science and Math • Maintains engineering core • Builds upon existing College of Engineering courses • Ensures strong Corrosion Science foundation • Corrosion Prevention • Analysis of Corrosion • Adds Corrosion Management components • Modular approach for flexible delivery Repeated exposure to content and project management 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Bridge Approach • Multiple entry points to serve a diverse student population • Realistic Bridge Approach • Multiple entry points to serve a diverse student population • Realistic pathways for students to re-enter or continue the educational process with maximum efficiency and minimal cost • Opportunities for industry to gain value from working with our students and hiring our graduates – Strong educational foundation at all levels – Blending of critical engineering and science fundamentals with practical experience (strengths of the co-op model) – Students and graduates who can apply their education to “real world” projects 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Corrosion Centered Curriculum • Core Courses in Corrosion – – – – Tools for Corrosion Centered Curriculum • Core Courses in Corrosion – – – – Tools for Corrosion Engineering Fundamentals of Aqueous Corrosion* Aqueous Corrosion Prevention* Fundamentals of Dry Corrosion* Dry Corrosion Prevention* Corrosion Management II * Taught in parallel with 1 credit hour lab 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Corrosion Centered Curriculum Fundamentals of Aqueous Corrosion Electrochemistry Thermodynamics Kinetics Chemical/Environment Effects Application to Corrosion Centered Curriculum Fundamentals of Aqueous Corrosion Electrochemistry Thermodynamics Kinetics Chemical/Environment Effects Application to forms of corrosion Bulk Materials Crystal Structure and Defects Microstructure Alloys Surfaces Stress/Strain and Fatigue Text: Elementary Corrosion and Corrosion Control (Uhlig) 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Corrosion Centered Curriculum • Corrosion Labs – Electrochemical Test Methods – Chemical-Environmental Effects – Corrosion Centered Curriculum • Corrosion Labs – Electrochemical Test Methods – Chemical-Environmental Effects – Chemical Reaction Rates – Mass Transfer Limitations – – Failure Analysis/Optical Microscopy Failure Analysis/Sample Preparation Failure Analysis/Electron Microscopy Evaluate Coatings/Stability/Corrosion Tendency 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Project Management Sequence – Project Management and Teamwork • Once per year • Apprentice Project Management Sequence – Project Management and Teamwork • Once per year • Apprentice Model • Affective Skills – Co – Op assignments • At least three assignments • Typically one company – Capstone Design • System level engineering 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Distance Learning at The University of Akron 29 Distance Learning Classrooms Multimedia and Videoconferencing Distance Learning at The University of Akron 29 Distance Learning Classrooms Multimedia and Videoconferencing CODEC for point-to-point and multi-point videoconferencing Touch sensitive Smart. Board Connected to hundreds of locations Berlin London Madrid Moscow Tokyo 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Corrosion Centered Curriculum • Corrosion Management I – Diagnostic (Testing/Monitoring) • Standards – Prognostic Corrosion Centered Curriculum • Corrosion Management I – Diagnostic (Testing/Monitoring) • Standards – Prognostic (Assessment/Prediction) • Effect on process and system – Inspection/Detection • Policy – Mitigation • • Cost effectiveness Safety Repair, Rehabilitation and Maintenance Equipment Life Extension Texts: Principles and Prevention of Corrosion (Jones) Engineering Design (Dieter) 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

First Half of Final Program 17 March 2018 Contact name and number First Half of Final Program 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Second Half of Final Program 17 March 2018 Contact name and number Second Half of Final Program 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Corrosion-Centered Curriculum • Existing Electives – Chemistry/Biology Elective • • • 3100: 111 Principles Corrosion-Centered Curriculum • Existing Electives – Chemistry/Biology Elective • • • 3100: 111 Principles of Biology 1 (4) 3100: 112 Principles of Biology 2 (4) 3150: 463 Advanced Organic Chemistry (3) 3150: 472 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry (3) 9871: 407 Polymer Science (4) – Corrosion Engineering Electives – Electives Requiring No Additional Pre-requisite Courses • • • 17 March 2018 4200: 330 Chemical Reaction Engineering (3) 4200: 353 Mass Transfer Operations (3) 4200: 408 Polymer Engineering (3) 4200: 472 Separation Processes in Biochemical Engineering (3) 4200: 496 Topics in Chemical Engineering 4300: 306 Theory of Structures (3) 4600: 203 Dynamics (3) 4800: 360 Biofluid Mechanics (3) 4800: 400 Biomaterials (3) Contact name and number

Corrosion-Centered Curriculum – Electives Requiring Additional Pre-requisite Courses not in Corrosion Engineering Program • Corrosion-Centered Curriculum – Electives Requiring Additional Pre-requisite Courses not in Corrosion Engineering Program • • • 3100: 331 4200: 470 4300: 403 4600: 336 4800: 440 – Design • • 17 March 2018 4200: 194 4200: 294 4200: 394 4200: 494 4300: 341 4300: 426 4300: 480 4600: 462 Microbiology (4 cr) Electrochemical Engineering Reinforced Concrete Design (3) Analysis of Mechanical Components (3) Advanced Biomaterials (3) Chemical Engineering Design 1 (1 cr) Chemical Engineering Design 2 (1 -2 cr) Chemical Engineering Design 3 (1 -3 cr) Chemical Engineering Design 4 (3 cr) Hydraulic Engineering Environmental Engineering Design (3 cr) Reliability Based Design Pressure Vessel Design (3) Contact name and number

Corrosion-Centered Curriculum Proposed Elective Course Topics or Focus Areas • Refining Processes • Polymer Corrosion-Centered Curriculum Proposed Elective Course Topics or Focus Areas • Refining Processes • Polymer Coatings • Cathodic and Anodic Protection • Electroplating • Microbiologically Induced Corrosion (MIC) • Environmental Sustainability and Corrosion • Biomaterials/Nanosensors • Safety, Health and Corrosion • Systems Integration/Reliability • Risk-Based Inspection • Physicochemical Mechanics of Fracture • Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (FMEA) 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

New Engineering Facility This new 35, 000 sq ft facility (which will include corrosion New Engineering Facility This new 35, 000 sq ft facility (which will include corrosion research labs) will be ready for occupancy by 2010. This project received partial funding from The Timken Foundation. 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Integrity Management, Reliability, Performance Assessment and Safety Dr. Joe H. Payer Professor of Corrosion Integrity Management, Reliability, Performance Assessment and Safety Dr. Joe H. Payer Professor of Corrosion and Reliability Engineering The University of Akron 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Performance Assessment, Reliability, Risk Assessment and Safety Performance assessment to evaluate current status and Performance Assessment, Reliability, Risk Assessment and Safety Performance assessment to evaluate current status and future performance • Energy, transportation, communications, water • Aging structures and equipment are paramount to the U. S. ü power plants, transmission, bridges, pipelines, nuclear and other environmental waste • Advanced, next generation systems with new materials/environment/service ü power plants, wind mills, pipelines, bridges ü fuel cells, batteries, energy storage, electronics • Integrity management, performance assessment, life prediction, accelerated testing How safe is it? 17 March 2018 How long will it last? How sure are you? Contact name and number

Three Crucial Areas to Reduce Costs and Increase Reliability (A) Advance Life Prediction (B) Three Crucial Areas to Reduce Costs and Increase Reliability (A) Advance Life Prediction (B) Performance Assessment for Existing and New Systems (C) Condition Assessment and Life Extension of Aging Infrastructure Power plants, wind mills, pipelines, bridges Fuel cells, batteries, energy storage, electronics ØHow safe? How long? How sure are you? 17 March 2018 Contact name and number From “Corrosion Costs and Preventive Strategies in the United States’

Integrity Management, Reliability, Performance Assessment and Safety I. III. Multi-scale, Multi-level Models for Performance Integrity Management, Reliability, Performance Assessment and Safety I. III. Multi-scale, Multi-level Models for Performance Assessment and Reliability Determination of Chronological Damage Evolution Understanding Corrosion Processes at the Molecular Level Affects both aging infrastructure and advanced, next generation systems Current practices do not meet present and growing expectations of operators, regulators and the public Advances in both science and engineering are needed Major transitional gains are to be realized from enhanced modeling for materials performance and performance assessment. 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

I. Multi-scale, Multi-level Models for Performance Assessment and Reliability Analysis of Waste Package Performance I. Multi-scale, Multi-level Models for Performance Assessment and Reliability Analysis of Waste Package Performance “Will a metal can last 10, 000 yrs? ” “Linked” multi-length scale corrosion, electrochemistry, chemistry and physics are needed to build the ties between the atomic and engineering application scale 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

“Linked” multi-length scale physics is needed to build the ties between the atomic and “Linked” multi-length scale physics is needed to build the ties between the atomic and engineering application scales Courtesy of Rusty Gray, LANL 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

II. Damage Chronology Depends upon the Metal and the Environment 17 March 2018 Contact II. Damage Chronology Depends upon the Metal and the Environment 17 March 2018 Contact name and number

Chronological Damage Evolution: Experiment, Computation and Visualization • • • Conditions are not constant: Chronological Damage Evolution: Experiment, Computation and Visualization • • • Conditions are not constant: temporal and spatial changes Metal (corrosion) and Environment (corrosivity) A process not an event: Initiation-Propagation-Stifling (slowing)-Arrest (stopping) Treatments of evolution of environment and evolution of corrosion damage 17 March 2018 Contact name and number