Corrosion Science Center Studies Use of FRP Composites
Developed to help optimize ways to use fiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) composites in corrosion-resistant applications, the Ashland Corrosion Science Center (ACSC) in Dublin, Ohio, supports applications requiring corrosion resistance. End-users, design engineers and fabricators, and industry partners can visit the center to work with Ashland’s corrosion team.
Among other projects, researchers at the center staff will focus on defining the efficacy of FRP in new corrosion applications. In addition, they will support FRP users in industries such as chemical processing, oil and gas, mineral processing, pulp and paper, and pollution control. ACSC experts will help solve complex customer problems through laboratory and field corrosion testing combined with real-world case studies.