Evaluating criteria whereby prestressed concrete structures and members can be protected from corrosion by means of cathodic protection (CP).
Several commercially available galvanic cathodic protection/prevention systems for protecting atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete structures. Principles. Theory. System types.
Electrical resistance (ER) corrosion measurement probes, used for internal corrosion monitoring, are now referred to as soil corrosion probes (SCP) when used in soil-side applications.
Requirements to ensure adequate isolation of cathodically protected pipelines, especially those with high-quality dielectric coatings.
Characteristics of reference electrodes commonly used in atmospherically exposed reinforced concrete structures and the installation methods for same.
Electrical isolation/continuity issues and coating issues to consider when designing and operating offshore pipeline cathodic protection (CP) systems. For owners, engineers, contractors, and operators.
Literature on cathodic protection (CP) in the ocean at depths greater than 300 m (1,000 ft). Reports extensively on deep water field test results and operating experiences.
Applications for offshore platforms, mobile drilling rigs, ships, and underground pipelines. Anode deployment efficiency. Anode-cathode resistance calculations underground and in diverse cathodic protection applications.
Cathodic protection (CP) is a corrosion control technique to protect metallic structures, such as pipelines, offshore platforms, and reinforced concrete. Mechanisms. Design. Materials. Monitoring. Techniques. Historical outline.
Some 55 articles, papers, and reports. Cathodic protection as a form of corrosion control. Interference. Field testing. Role of oxygen. Galvanic corrosion, Steel in dilute aqueous solutions. Potential measurement. Sources: AGA, NIST
Cathodic Protection (CP) systems and their history, structure, the choice of remediation or life enhancement, design, installation, performance measurement, costs. Examples of damage. Diagnostics. Studies. History of CP.