The main purpose of this book is to provide the most recent information on underground corrosion of metals, its evaluation and the factors that affect it.
Table of Contents
Soil Surveys: Their Synthesis, Confidence Limits, and Utilization for Corrosion Assessment of Soil
Foss J., Miller F., Wolf D.
Corrosion and Corrosivity of Steel in Norwegian Marine Sediments
Bue B., Fischer K.
An Overview of the Anaerobic Corrosion of Underground Metallic Structures, Evidence for a New Mechanism
A Statistical Probability Method for Soil Resistivity Determination
Simplified Method for the Electrical Soil Resistivity Measurement
Some Field Studies of the Correlation Between Electromagnetic and Direct Current Measurements of Ground Resistivity
On the Estimation of the Corrosion Rates of Metals in Soils by Electrochemical Measurements
Mannheimer W., Serra E.
Principles of Measurement and Prevention of Buried Metal Corrosion by Electrochemical Polarization
Practical Aspects of Underground Corrosion Control
Corrosion of Buried Pipes and Cables, Techniques of Study, Survey, and Mitigation
Eight-Year Evaluation of the sti-P3 System for Protection of Buried Steel Tanks
The Relationship of Coatings and Cathodic Protection for Underground Corrosion Control
Replaceable Deep Groundbed Anode Materials
Paper ID: STP741-EB
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