Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Where do we stand for corrosion control in India? What is the present position on Knowledge Management for Corrosion Control efforts in India?

Subject: Technical  Paper : CORCON 2010 Conference & Expo on Corrosion


Dear Sir,

We thank you for the submission of abstract titled “Our "Iron Pillar Way" of Knowledge Management for Corrosion Control in India” of your paper for the presentation during our CORCON 2010 Conference. With great appreciation for your experience and expertise on subject matter of your paper, we note that your paper does not contain any new information with regards to corrosion and its protection / control and therefore it is not possible for us to accept it for the presentation during the conference.

With regards,

Sincerely yours,

R P Nagar
Chairman, Technical Committee

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Title: Our "Iron Pillar Way" of Knowledge Management for Corrosion Control in India.

Abstract

The Iron Pillar of India has withstood corrosion for over 1,600 years in the open air. But the present position on corrosion problems faced by many industries in India seems to be a disturbing fact. Considering the complex nature of corrosion management analysis, knowledge sharing between individuals and the network of various agencies throughout the world is essential. This paper presents a framework designed to set up Knowledge Management electronic platform for innovation and building bridges between professionals, technologies and management systems. "We CAN control corrosion in India" is an example knowledge management networking group launched on Linkedin, a social networking site available in public domain for exchange of knowledge and views, to establish global level multi-dimensional communication pathways (Technology Providers-Technology Users-Academic and Research Institutions-Professional Associations-Legislation Support) and guide professionals from various disciplines and other technology groups to network with the best knowledge source for corrosion management. This paper highlights the efforts taken by the corrosion technology networking group to support the initiatives of global indian knowledge connection platform created by the government agencies and the corrosion control efforts of various agencies in India.

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