This guide will outline the procedures for conducting corrosion monitoring for metallic field structures and plant equipment under operating conditions and for conducting electrochemical studies for metals by the use of coupled multielectrode method or coupled multielectrode array sensors.
Coupled multieletrode methods have been used for corrosion monitoring in field structures and plant equipment under operating conditions for over 20 years and for electrochemical/corrosion studies for over 16 years. A standard guide is useful to the structure or equipment operators and laboratory researchers regarding how this method should be used, what limitations there are with the methods and how the data should be interpreted.
Keywordscoupled multielectrode array sensors, CMAS, coupled multielectrode array sensors, CMS, coupled multielectrode array, CMA, coupled multi-electrode array, coupled multi-electrode sensors, corrosion monitoring, corrosion sensor, localized corrosion sensor, pitting corrosion sensor, corrosion probe
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Ballot Item Approved as G217-2016 and Pending Publication