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This article presents a brief history and the uses of the anodic protection technique.
- Some aspects of corrosion research
- CA2115719C - Anodic protection method and system - Google Patents
- 10. Cathodic and Anodic Protection
Some aspects of corrosion research
Anodic protection A. The principles of design of anodic protection systems are not very well developed. This paper discusses several important basic design concepts and describes several equations which can be used for the design and optimization of anodic protection systems for corrosion control. Foroulis, Z. Report bugs here.
Polarization curves provide the basic information for derivation and study of anodic protection. Methods are surveyed for the measurement of polarization curves, one of them based on slow continuous or stepwise change of the applied potential under constant electrochemical conditions. The other method, applicable also to variable conditions, derives polarization curves from multipoint current-density-time curves. The analysis of polarization curves and of their components is discussed with respect to pure metals and alloys. In the survey of anodic protection of alkaline pulping digesters the effect of polysulfides as depolarizers and of reducing reagents is explained. In many other applications of anodic protection the absence of reducing reagents demands the application of a potentiostat to prevent a shift to the transpassive range.
The sacrificial metal then corrodes instead of the protected metal. For structures such as long pipelines , where passive galvanic cathodic protection is not adequate, an external DC electrical power source is used to provide sufficient current. Cathodic protection systems protect a wide range of metallic structures in various environments. Common applications are: steel water or fuel pipelines and steel storage tanks such as home water heaters ; steel pier piles ; ship and boat hulls; offshore oil platforms and onshore oil well casings; offshore wind farm foundations and metal reinforcement bars in concrete buildings and structures. Another common application is in galvanized steel , in which a sacrificial coating of zinc on steel parts protects them from rust. Cathodic protection can, in some cases, prevent stress corrosion cracking. Cathodic protection was first described by Sir Humphry Davy in a series of papers presented to the Royal Society  in London in
CA2115719C - Anodic protection method and system - Google Patents
Platinum Metals Rev. The technique of cathodic protection is well known and has been widely applied to a number of corrosion problems. It is not so well known that corrosion can also be prevented in suitable cases by anodic protection, using a platinum electrode system. The author shows that, with adequate laboratory work beforehand and proper instrumentation, the use of anodic protection can make an effective contribution to the life of a chemical plant. It is well known that corrosion can sometimes be controlled by cathodic currents and, even with an elementary knowledge of electrochemistry, it is easy to appreciate why this should be so. Corrosion involves the oxidation of the metal and it is reasonable to expect that cathodic polarisation, which discourages oxidation and favours reductions at the metal surface, should tend to cause protection.
10. Cathodic and Anodic Protection
Corrosion Control pp Cite as. Cathodic protection converts all anodic areas on a metal surface to cathodes so that corrosion ceases. The protected metal has positive current flowing onto it from the electrolyte everywhere on the surface so that no current flows off. This result can be achieved in two distinctly different ways. Unable to display preview.
Materials science, technology and engineering, has emerged as an independent discipline during the last decade. These changes have brought up the importance of corrosion problems and the urgency to apply preventive methods. It is probably true to say at the present time that the losses due to metallic corrosion give a fair index of the industrial prosperity of a nation. A developing country like India had to face the challenge posed by corrosion, and there is now an increasing awareness of the imperative need for corrosion research and the application of the findings to meet specific situations. Rama Char, T.
Electrochemistry and Corrosion Science pp Cite as. Anodic protection AP is a potential-control electrochemical technique suitable for preventing corrosion of a metal in aggressive environments, such as sulfuric acid H 2 SO 4. In this technique, the metal to be protected must exhibit passivity at relatively low current density so that the passive current density i p is at least one order of magnitude lower than the corrosion current density i corr care must be exercise in selecting a material that shows a wide enough passive potential range.
Corrosion Control by Anodic Protection
Cathodic protection CP is a technique used to control the corrosion of a metal surface by making it the cathode of an electrochemical cell. The sacrificial metal then corrodes instead of the protected metal. For structures such as long pipelines , where passive galvanic cathodic protection is not adequate, an external DC electrical power source is used to provide sufficient current. Cathodic protection systems protect a wide range of metallic structures in various environments. Common applications are: steel water or fuel pipelines and steel storage tanks such as home water heaters ; steel pier piles ; ship and boat hulls; offshore oil platforms and onshore oil well casings; offshore wind farm foundations and metal reinforcement bars in concrete buildings and structures.
Marsh, Glenn A.. The corrosion of steel in an aqueous environment proceeds by an electrochemical process, usually controlled by the speed of the cathodic reaction. Over the pH range from 5. Electrons consumed in the cathodic reaction are supplied by the anodic reaction. Electronic current flowing from anodic to cathodic areas, the "corrosion current", can be calculated from the corrosion rate. In cathodic protection enough current must be supplied to "satisfy" the cathodic reaction. This amount of current is usually about 20 per cent higher than the corrosion current.
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