Cathodic protection of hot tank bottom tanks requires specific design parameters. This paper presents the design, installation details and commissioning results for two hot sulphur tank cathodic protection using impressed current titanium / Mixed Metal Oxide ribbon anode grid system.
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This paper will focus on design parameters required for cathodic protection (CP) of stainless steel screens with particular attention on design and operational current density values and suitable protection criteria. The detrimental effects of overprotection will also be discussed.
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DOWNLOADABLE HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Chinese translation. Galvanic anode cathodic protection to the normally submerged steel surfaces inside water storage tanks used for municipal water supply and fire protection.
DOWNLOADABLE HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. Impressed current cathodic protection to the normally submerged steel surfaces inside water storage tanks. Design and installation of cathodic protection systems and methods to determining effectiveness.
Galvanic anode cathodic protection (CP) for submerged steel surfaces in water supply and fire protection storage tanks. Design and installation of CP systems. Effectiveness evaluation, operation, maintenance.
Galvanic anode cathodic protection (CP) for submerged steel surfaces in water supply and fire protection storage tanks. Design and installation of CP systems. Effectiveness evaluation, operation, maintenance. PRINTED HARD COPIES REQUIRE A MINIMUM OF 7-10 DAYS FOR PROCESSING BEFORE SHIPPING.
Guidelines for sacrificial (galvanic) cathodic protection (SACP) of reinforcing steel in atmospherically exposed concrete elements or structures. Not applicable to nonferrous, coated or galvanized reinforcement.