The development of design levels of track-to-earth resistance has been diluted and misunderstood. This paper will describe development of track-to-earth resistance levels, examples of differences in systems and extensions, describe the latest technologies and discuss acceptance testing.
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This paper will outline the effect of stray current that originates from an HVDC transmission system that runs parallel to and crosses a crude oil and natural gas pipeline system.
In this paper exhaustive field study trials to monitor the pipe to soil potential over an extended time period and subsequent analysis of data has been discussed with reference to the critical Combined Cathodic and Anodic Interference phenomena observed on pipelines.
The influence of anodic current on the corrosion protection conditions of buried steel pipelines at a potential less noble than -0.85 V was evaluated in test cells simulating the pipelines under long-term cathodic protection. Results are discussed.
The corrosion of reinforcing and prestressing steel in concrete structures caused by stray currents. The history of stray-current corrosion, sources, mechanisms, effects on structures, detection and mitigation.
The purpose of this document is to present information on rail transit stray current as it concerns transit and utility engineers.