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Amendment to the “Transportation Equity Act for the 21 st Century (TEA-21)” in 1998 led to this project Cost of Corrosion - Acknowledgement
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• Project Funded By: • Federal Highway Administration (DOT) • Office of Infrastructure Research and Development • Project Manager: Y. Paul Virmani, Ph.D. • In Cooperation With: • NACE International – The Corrosion Society • Disseminating study finding – raise awareness Cost of Corrosion - Acknowledgement
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• CC Technologies • Gerhardus H. Koch, Ph.D. • Neil G. Thompson, Ph.D. • Michael P.H. Brongers • Joe H. Payer, Ph.D., Case Western – Reserve University Cost of Corrosion – Study Contractor
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• Study Goals • Previous Studies • Current Study • Method 1 – Corrosion Control Methods & Services • Method 2 – Industry Sector Analysis • Highlights of Selected Sectors • Extrapolation to Total Corrosion Cost • Preventative Strategies Cost of Corrosion – Presentation Outline
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• Determines the cost of corrosion control methods and services • Determines the cost of corrosion for specific industry sectors • Extrapolate individual sector costs to a national total corrosion cost • Assess barriers to progress and effective implementation • Develop strategies for realizing cost savings Cost of Corrosion – Study Goals
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• 1950 H.H. Uhlig – US Study: 2.1% of GNP • 1970 T.P. Hoar – UK Study: 3.5% of GNP • 1974 Japan Study: 1.2% of GNP • 1975 Battelle/NBS – U.S. Study: 4.5% of GNP Cost of Corrosion – Previous Studies
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• All costs are direct corrosion costs • Disadvantage: many costs are missed • Costs of labor attributed to corrosion management activities • Cost of the equipment required because of corrosion-related activities • Loss of revenue due to disruption in supply of product • Cost of loss of reliability Cost of Corrosion – Method 1 – Methods & Services
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Protective Coatings B$ 108.6 Corrosion Resistant Alloys B$ 7.7 Corrosion Inhibitors B$ 1.1 Engineering Plastics/Polymers B$ 1.8 Cathodic & Anodic Protection B$ 1.0 Corrosion Control Services B$ 1.2 Research & Development B$ - Education & Training B$ - TOTAL: B$ 121.41 Cost of Corrosion – Method 1 – Methods & Services
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• For each sector, details of analysis are different • Government Reports • Publicly Available Documents • Industry Experts • U.S. Department of Commerce Bureau Census • Existing Industrial Surveys • Trade Organizations • Industry Groups • Individual Companies Cost of Corrosion – Method 2 – Industry Sector Analysis
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