Published: Jan 2005
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CORROSION OF ELECTRIC POWER transmission lines has been a primary cause of in-service equipment degradation. An integral part of the effort to mitigate corrosion processes is the use of standard and nonstandard testing methods for their prevention, correct recognition, and damage extent determination. Corrosion testing also serves multiple functions in equipment design, manufacture, and service life extension.
Principal Engineer, Kinectrics, Toronto, Ontario
President, EP and CC Consulting, Toronto, Ontario