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Potential Theory Applied to Cathodic Protection Design

Potential Theory Applied to Cathodic Protection Design provides the mathematical development of analytical equations for the design of cathodic protection (CP) systems for underground structures with anode groundbeds having various configurations. Equations include calculations for the resistance and voltage (potential) and will assist the CP design engineer.

2021 NACE. B&W, perfect bound, 124 pages, 6 x 9 trim size

 

Product Number: 37652-POD
ISBN: 978-1-57590-395-8
Author: Rogelio De Las Casas and Ronald Bianchetti
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Potential Theory Applied to Cathodic Protection Design provides the mathematical development of analytical equations for th design of cathodic protection (CP) systems for underground structures with anode groundbeds havinge various configurations.

Equations include calculations for the resistance and voltage (potential)
and will assist the CP design engineer.

All the previous references on this subject matter (including NACE CP courses) utilize equations developed almost a century ago by Sunde and Dwight for electrical grounding systems. This book also has a methodological approach, showing detailed developments and practical examples to the equations.

The book is unique in the presentation of the theory that justifies the development of equations to design and simulate CP systems. The book provides the methodology to develop new equations with more specific uses, if required.

• Step-by-step development of the original equations by Sunde and Dwight.
• Explains the development of new equations for the design and simulation of CP systems.
• Explains a new approach to the categorization of DCVG anomalies, based on potential theory.
• For the first time, the authors explain the correlation between the equations and actual field testing, and provide the procedures for field verifications.
• Explains the CP attenuation on transmission pipelines to include the influence of the groundbed and the influence of neighboring pipelines in the
same right of way with different attenuation characteristics.

2021 NACE. B&W, perfect bound, 124 pages, 6 x 9 trim size

Potential Theory Applied to Cathodic Protection Design provides the mathematical development of analytical equations for th design of cathodic protection (CP) systems for underground structures with anode groundbeds havinge various configurations.

Equations include calculations for the resistance and voltage (potential)
and will assist the CP design engineer.

All the previous references on this subject matter (including NACE CP courses) utilize equations developed almost a century ago by Sunde and Dwight for electrical grounding systems. This book also has a methodological approach, showing detailed developments and practical examples to the equations.

The book is unique in the presentation of the theory that justifies the development of equations to design and simulate CP systems. The book provides the methodology to develop new equations with more specific uses, if required.

• Step-by-step development of the original equations by Sunde and Dwight.
• Explains the development of new equations for the design and simulation of CP systems.
• Explains a new approach to the categorization of DCVG anomalies, based on potential theory.
• For the first time, the authors explain the correlation between the equations and actual field testing, and provide the procedures for field verifications.
• Explains the CP attenuation on transmission pipelines to include the influence of the groundbed and the influence of neighboring pipelines in the
same right of way with different attenuation characteristics.

2021 NACE. B&W, perfect bound, 124 pages, 6 x 9 trim size

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