27 JANUARY 2016 : Workshop on CORROSION CONTROL IN CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES
Posted On : 11th January 2016

INTRODUCTION

Under the auspices of the Technology & Energy Expert Committee, ICC and in cooperation Department of Chemicals & Petrochemicals, Ministry of Chemicals & Fertilizers, Government of India and with the support of Asian Pacific Corrosion Control Conference and Indian Institute of Technology Bombay is organizing a One-day Workshop on "CORROSION CONTROL IN CHEMICAL PROCESS INDUSTRIES" on Wednesday, 27 January 2016. The venue of the Workshop is Victor Menezes Convention Center, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Powai, Mumbai - 400 076.

IMPORTANCE OF THE WORKSHOP

Corrosion causes productivity loss and affects safety, environment and profitability. The course is meant to address measures to control corrosion effectively in industries. The Organizing Committee will make all efforts to foster quality deliberations on Corrosion Science and Engineering and also make your participation a memorable one. For more details visit : www.apccc17.org.

Due to several environmental catastrophes including major ones of Seveso [1976], Bhopal [1986], and the perceived risks associated with its activities, the chemical sector has been exposed to an increasing pressure to improve the management of its environmental impacts. The Responsible Care Programme launched in India through Indian Chemical Council (ICC) is a unilateral voluntary initiative encouraging firms to adopt beyond-compliance policies and commit themselves to continually enhance their health, safety and environmental performances. By acting in a responsible way, the chemical industries expect to earn public trust to continue its operations in a safe and profitable way and with due care for the interests of future generations.

Many safety related incidents and disasters have been linked to material failures in components, plant equipment, transportation systems, storage vessels, etc. The Workshop on "Corrosion Control in Chemical Process Industries" to be held on Wednesday, 27 January 2016 in association with two prestigious bodies, APCCC and IIT Bombay, addresses these issues. The participants will be imparted knowledge by an erudite and experienced faculty on material selection, processing, protection measures, corrosion control and mitigation, with several case histories from the chemical process industries. In the open forum, the industries will voluntarily share their experiences and pose queries on problems faced by them.

The APCCC-ICC-IIT Bombay workshop will encourage the participating industries to improve the safety standards by addressing material degradation issues in their plants.

PROGRAM

Prof. Lalit Mohan Gantayet, Member, Technology & Energy Expert Committee of ICC is the Convener for the Workshop. The faculty comprises of leading corrosion engineering professionals with decades of experience in combating corrosion in Chemical Process and Allied Industries. The course will cover right from an understanding of the materials, their corrosion behavior, to mitigation of corrosion in process environment encountered in a host of chemical industries. The participants will be exposed to important issues in selection of materials as well asfabrication techniques. The topics will also include High Temperature Corrosion and Mitigation of Reformer Units and Stainless Steels and Nickel Base Alloys, Corrosion in Mineral Acids. Open Forum will address real life problems brought forth by the participants. The detailed programme giving the topics is attached herewith for reference.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

The workshop will provide an excellent opportunity for researchers and engineers to deliberate on recent developments in Corrosion Science and Engineering.  Executives, Managers, Project and O &M Personnel from manufacturing industries will be benefited by attending the Workshop.

REGISTRATION FEES

To defray the expenses, the registration charges will be Rs. 3,000/- per delegate (No service tax).

Kindly note that APCCC17 is being organized by Indian Institute of Metals and is exempted from Service Tax payment.

PARTNERSHIP

We request members to consider partnering the Workshop by being Gold or Silver Sponsor:

Gold Partner : Rs.2,00,000/- &
Silver Partner : Rs.1,00,000/-

ICC will acknowledge the partnership support by displaying an appropriate banner at the venue of the Workshop and will also allow 3 complimentary registrations to each Gold Partner and 2 complimentary registrations to Silver Partner.

We request all members to attend this important Workshopand take advantage of the same.Please confirm registration as per the format enclosed and send it to the APCCC17 Secretariat with a copy to ICC - Mumbai Office (Sir Vithaldas Chambers, 16 Mumbai Samachar Marg, Mumbai - 400001 Email: iccmumbai@iccmail.in; events@iccmail.in to reach on or before FRIDAY, 22 JANUARY 2016.

Kindly draw the Cheque / Demand Draft for the requisite amount in favour of "APCCC17" and send to APCCC17 Secretariat, C/o Prof. V. S. Raja, Department of Metallurgical Engineering & Material Science, IIT Bombay, Powai, Mumbai - 400 076.

P R O G R A M

08:30 a.m. - 09:00 a.m.

Registration

Inaugural Session

09:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.

Welcome Address and Theme of the Workshop by:
DR. LALIT MOHAN GANTAYET
Member - Technology & Energy Expert Committee, ICC

Address by:
MR. S. R. LOHOKARE
Chairman, Technology & Energy Expert Committee, ICC

Inaugural Address by:
MR. DEVANG V. KHAKHAR, Director, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay

Felicitation of
DR. K. ELAYAPERUMAL, Corrosion & Metallurgical Consultant

Presentation of Responsible Care Logos to:

  • Heubach Colour Pvt. Ltd.
  • Huntsman International (India) Pvt. Ltd.
  • Rallis India Limited.

Vote of Thanks

09.30 a.m. - 09.45 a.m

Tea / Coffee Break

09.45 a.m. - 11.00 a.m.

Forms of Corrosion and Mitigation

Dr. Vivekanand Kain
BARC

11.00 a.m. - 12.00 noon

Corrosion Issues in Reformer Tubes

Dr. K. Elaya Perumal
Corrosion & Metallurgical Consultant

12.00 a.m. - 01.00 p.m.

Materials and Fabrication Techniques for Corrosion Control

Mr. B. K. Shah
BARC

01.00 p.m. - 02.00 p.m.

Lunch Break

02.00 p.m. - 02.50 p.m.

Corrosion in Mineral Acids and Materials Selection

Dr. K. Elaya Perumal
Corrosion & Metallurgical Consultant

02.50 p.m. - 03.40 p.m.

Materials for Chemical Process Industries: Stainless Steels and Nickel Base Alloys

Mr. Mohan Gawande
Gen. Manager - Sales, Tube Core & Standard Products,  Sandvik Asia Pvt. Ltd.

03.40 p.m. - 04.00 p.m.

Tea / Coffee Break

04.00 p.m. - 05.00 p.m.

Typical Case Studies from Chemical Process Industries

Dr. K. Elaya Perumal
Corrosion & Metallurgical Consultant

05.00 p.m. - 05.30 p.m.

OPEN FORUM:
Discussions on Participants' Queries on Lectures and Specific Issues raised

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