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The first three editions gave the FAC conference a real identity, notably by giving participants the time and space required to share their experiences, knowledge and expertise, but also to forge new relationships. Every edition sets time aside for social events such as the gala dinner, during which participants can get to know each other better.

 

2013

After two highly successful editions in 2008 and 2010, FAC2013 could not fail to meet expectations: At the lavish Palais des Papes in Avignon, 135 participants from 25 countries gathered at this four-day event.

Various topics were covered during the 56 conference sessions, including erosion-corrosion modelling, maintenance programme planning and the examination of steel systems. This was also the chance for certain speakers to present the advances made since the two previous conferences.

FAC2013’s exhibition space also played host to firms such as Zetec, Olympus, Thermofisher, Swan and Lainsa, enabling them to showcase their know-how and products.

Alongside this conference and exhibition, various social events were organised to enable participants to make the most of the exceptional Palais des Papes.

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2010

Three years earlier, FAC2010 was held on the back of the success of the 2008 edition. The presence of 150 participants confirmed the conference’s ability to reinforce international cooperation in the vast field of erosion corrosion.

The first two FAC conferences forged a real identity for the event, giving participants the necessary space and time to share their experiences, knowledge and expertise. They also allowed attendees to strike up new relationships.

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2008

The FAC2008 conference welcomed some 130 representatives from various organisations based in 20 countries. The conference spanned three days and featured 36 high-quality presentations on different topics relating to erosion corrosion.

For its first edition, the conference achieved its goal of assembling a range of experts, so as to draw on their experience and knowledge of erosion corrosion, the ultimate aim being to work together to minimise the risk of pipes and conduits rupturing.

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