A new design approach allows more precise design of cathodic protection systems, particularly in areas such as deep water or new geographic areas.
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Application of waterborne coatings to railcars. For railcar fleet owners, operators, manufacturers, and repair personnel who use waterborne coatings.
Explores the trend of the increasing number of reported incidents of alkaline carbonate stress corrosion cracking (ACSCC) since the year 2000. Locations. Theories. Mitigation. Inspection. Industy survey results.
Mitigation of corrosion of iron pipe and fittings. Engineering practices for ductile- and cast-iron pipe. Protective measures and their results. Influences of the different properties of the two types of iron.
The problem of corrosion in wastewater structures. Renewal technologies for rehabilitation, repair, and replacement of existing systems, structures, and components.
The theoretical basis for the 100 millivolt (mV) cathodic polarization criterion. Effects of other factors such as temperature, mill scale, moisture, and anaerobic bacteria, polarization.
Analysis of available and emerging technologies in the field of in-line inspection tools and review their status with respect to characteristics, performance, range of application, and limitations.