This work presents a numerical model of the coupled interactions between temperature profile, electrolytic potential drop, and steady-state oxygen concentration gradient in soils surrounding buried pipelines.
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A research methodology has been employed to quantify the dynamic effects of anodic transients on CP and corrosion by means of an electrochemically integrated multi-electrode array, often referred to as the wire beam electrode (WBE).
There is a growing trend to supplement cathodic protection with Volatile Corrosion Inhibitors (VCI) beneath tank floors. This work is to investigate mutual compatibility and interactions of three different volatile corrosion inhibitors and cathodic protection.
This paper explores the use of remote monitoring systems and web-based data analysis to track corrosion rates in real time.