Steel Pile Marine Corrosion and Cathodic Protectionby C.H. Horton,
Serial Information: Journal of the Waterways and Harbors Division, 1961, Vol. 87, Issue 3, Pg. 59-70
Document Type: Journal Paper
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Principles of cathodic protection are given for galvanic and impressed current systems; various ways of installing anodes are described as well as effect of cathodic protection on electrical current; how fresh, brackish, and salt water affect current flow is also included; making steel members metallically continuous; concrete capping and its extent of coverage; protection of anodes and cables.
Subject Headings: Steel piles | Cathodic protection | Cables | Salt water | Electrical systems | Steel | Water flow | Fresh water | Hydro power
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