Why we use Siemens STAR-CCM+
By connecting the Corrdesa electrochemical database with Siemens STAR-CCM+ we can now assess corrosion risk using 3D models – enabling us to continue tackling the huge and costly corrosion issues.
Dr Keith Legg has been awarded the National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF) highest honor
This award is for recognition of contributing to the advancement of theory and practice of surface finishing and allied arts, raising the quality of processes and products, and enhancing the status of the profession.
Dr Keith Legg will be at SUR/FIN 2019
Corrdesa’s CTO Keith Legg will be presenting twice at SUR/FIN 2019 in Rosemont, Illinois! The first presentation will be “On-Aircraft Non-Drip Selective Anodizing” at 12pm on June 4th and the second will be “Updates on Galvanic Corrosion MIL-STD-889 and New Corrosion Test Development” also on June 4th and both will be held in Meeting Room 4.
Introducing Dalistick Non-drip selective anodizing for on-aircraft repair
Corrdesa is the US distributor for Dalic, the French company that invented the non-drip plating and anodizing technology, which uses a closed-loop system to selectively anodize or electroplate, even overhead. The nondrip technology uses airflow to hold the electrolyte in the plating tool and on the surface, avoiding the need for seals or dams. Find out more about the tool here or contact us!
At MRO Americas we’re showing how the latest non-drip brush plating technology ensures low waste, low emissions but the highest product quality. The machines can be used on-aircraft in small spaces and overhead areas, without chemicals dripping onto equipment, operators, or the floor.
We're ready for MRO Americas in Atlanta, GA
Corrdesa attended NACE 2019
Whilst in Nashville at Corrosion 2019, Corrdesa gave many demonstrations of Corrosion Djinn and provided new connections with free trials to try back in their own environment. It has never been easier to explore possible coating protection options for product designs. We are looking forward to receiving their feedback soon.
Attending NACE Corrosion 2019 was a great experience and gave us the opportunity to demonstrate our quick, accurate galvanic corrosion prediction tool – Corrosion DjinnTM. Our presentations were well attended and can be found on our resources page.
We are all set up for NACE Corrosion 2019 in Nashville, Tennessee.
Between March 25th and March 28th, come along to booth 2648 for a demonstration of Corrosion Djinn and receive a free trial!
Galvanic Corrosion Protection: Those Old Galvanic Potential Tables Are Finally Being Replaced
The galvanic potential tables people have been using for years often give the wrong answer. Now the U.S. Navy is taking a new approach and updating MIL-STD-889, the galvanic corrosion standard, replacing galvanic charts and tables with corrosion rate calculations. What does this mean for industry?
Corrdesa will be presenting: Using simulation to understand the difference between corrosion in atmospheric environments and chamber tests at NACE Corrosion 2019 on March 27th in Nashville
To read the full abstract please visit the presentation page on the NACE website
Alan Rose will be presenting "Corrosion Prediction and Testing for Aerospace and Defense" alongside representatives from Southwest Research, NAVAIR and Boeing at NACE Corrosion 2019
Alan will be presenting “Corrosion Prediction and Testing for Aerospace and Defense” on March 26 at NACE 2019 which is taking place in Nashville, Tennessee. Find out more here. Corrdesa will also have a booth at NACE so come and see us in Booth #2648!
The Simcenter conference was very interesting, providing a great opportunity to learn more about the present software tools and also the trends in future development. One key takeaway for Corrdesa was the presentation on ‘Design Manager’ – this is a very powerful tool allowing easy setup of many simulations to more thoroughly explore the design space. So now we have changed out engineering workflow to think in more of a stochastic framework of many simulations and ranges of parameters instead of deterministic simulations of one scenario after the other. This approach really leverages the power of our computing cluster and provides much more optimum solutions to our clients.
Alan’s corrosion simulation presentation was very well received with many questions and follow-up meetings. Much of the Siemens Simcenter community were unaware of the existence of the electrochemical modules within CCM+ and in particular the advances made in corrosion prediction.
The presentation is available here showing how the ‘1D’ approach of Corrdesa Corrosion Djinn can be leveraged to assess corrosion risks in materials selection and then further refinement made in more complex designs with the use of CCM+ employing the Corrdesa electrochemical database
We would like to welcome Dr Julio Mendez to our team as a CFD engineer!