Modeling and Simulation

Modeling and Simulation

NCERCAMP utilizes a number of different modeling and simulation software programs to develop, validate and apply mathematical models to predict, prevent and manage corrosion.


  • Conducting coordinated experimental/modeling investigative approaches using interdisciplinary teams of mathematicians, statisticians, scientists and engineers. The approaches combine scientific concepts and empirical input
  • Constructing atomistic, mesoscale and continuum scale simulations of deterministic and/or stochastic models for new or existing designs, and for risk analysis
  • Developing analytical solutions and/or numerical simulations (using in-house or commercial computational codes)
  • Elucidating the interaction between the environment and the dynamic response of the system


  • Atomistic simulations of surface layers, inner layer coatings, and binding of coatings to metals
  • Crevice corrosion of corrosion-resistant alloys in fastener assemblies
  • Galvanic corrosion in a variety of industrial metallic configurations
  • Pitting corrosion
  • Combines galvanic, crevice and pitting corrosion
  • Microbially influenced corrosion (MIC) and biofilms
  • Corrosion in coating/metal systems
Risk Management of pitting corrosion in atmospheric conditions diagram

Risk Management of Pitting Corrosion (AA1050) in Atmospheric Conditions

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Researchers perform testing to develop analytical solutions



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