The main purpose of this joint industrial R&D project was to perform detailed field measurements on selected pipeline segments in close vicinity to a High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) transmission line during planned staged fault tests on the power line.
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The gas carrier terminal project is located on the Yamal peninsula on the Arctic Ocean. This quantitative study was to collect field data to define a corrosion protection system for carbon steel submerged structure and to forecast the related corrosion risks.
Corrosion measurement and monitoring with correlation to corrosion rates can now be applied directly in the field with a new stand-alone hand-held potentiostat/galvanostat in combination with a new in-house diagnosis software of electrochemical current noise.