NACE, ASM Launch Corrosion Analysis Website

March 31, 2010
Web site features advanced collaborative tools allowing network users to interact with each other.

NACE International, The Corrosion Society, and ASM International, The Materials Information Society, have collaborated to create a new online source for corrosion-related problems.

"We are proud to partner in this effort," say Delmar Doyle, interim executive director of NACE International and Stan Theobald, managing director of ASM International. "The answers provided here, developed by the world's top researchers and engineers, have been published in the leading journals and references in our fields. These solutions span the world's most challenging environments, from aerospace to infrastructure to medical."

Available on a subscription basis, visitors can access a complete library of published papers and articles from both societies. The new Web site features analytical and modeling tools that can aid in the comparison and selection of materials and coatings.  The Web site also features advanced collaborative tools allowing network users to interact with each other to further assist in achieving solutions to complex corrosion and materials problems.

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