Podcasts: CORROSION journal Interview Series
In this new series, launched September 2020, CORROSION journal Managing Editor in Chief discusses corrosion phenomena and information on scholarly publishing a wide range of corrosion experts and professionals. Episodes and transcripts are available below.
Chip Blankenship and Ji Ma, professors in the University of Virginia’s Materials Science and Engineering Department, join the CORROSION journal Interview Series to discuss why we’re drawn to additive manufacturing. Topics discussed on this episode include successful applications of the technique, current challenges, and future applications.
Nick Birbilis, Deputy Dean of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at the Australian National University in Canberra, joins the inaugural episode of the CORROSION journal Interview Series to explain the basics of additively manufactured metals.
Episode Two of the Flint Phenomenon series continues the roundtable discussion surrounding the water crisis in Flint, Michigan. In this chat, panelists explore the science behind the problem while evaluating the difficulty in monitoring lead in water systems; the use of corrosion inhibitors and water filters; the changing standards of lead in metals and drinking water; and how Flint is doing today.
The first episode of the Flint Phenomenon series discusses the water crisis in Flint, Michigan, including the causes of lead release in the drinking water and how the situation was handled. It includes discussion on the difficulty in identifying and replacing lead pipe in Flint and throughout the United States. The episode includes discussion with panelists Marc Edwards, who led the team that collected the water samples in Flint, and Darren Lytle with the Environmental Protection Agency.