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Pipeline Integrity Assurance: A Practical Approach

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M. Mohitpour
M. Mohitpour
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A. Murray
A. Murray
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M. McManus
M. McManus
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I. Colquhoun
I. Colquhoun
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ISBN:
9780791859568
No. of Pages:
612
Publisher:
ASME Press
Publication date:
2010

The prevention of external corrosion on underground structures is accomplished using a dual system of coatings and CP. To define corrosion, pipelines will be considered synonymous with all underground structures. All metallic corrosion is electrochemical in nature and is the result of direct electrical current flow.

Pipeline Corrosion and CP
Definition of Corrosion
Mechanism of CP
CP Requirement
Applicable Standards and Procedures
Pipeline Corrosion Influencing Factors
CP Methods
Sacrificial Anode Characteristics
CP Design Considerations
Electrical Interference Effects
Guideline for Annual CP Survey/Inspection
Guidelines for Rectifiers and Critical Bonds
Remedial Program
Equipment Protection and Safety Issues
References and Other Sources Cited
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