Chloride induced corrosion is recognized as a significant disease in the nation's concrete infrastructure. This paper will provide an overview of the various corrosion mitigation techniques available and then focus on two innovative methods of using discrete anodes embedded within the concrete to provide corrosion protection to existing structures.
The objective of the research summarized in this paper was to define pipeline conditions where use of the 100-mV polarization criterion may be conducive to possible SCC problems. Paper Number 01592, presented at Corrosion/2001, summarized Part 1 of the research, in which the previous research results were analyzed. In this paper, the results of the laboratory testing are presented.