Corrosion Protection of Steel Pipe Samples Buried in Soil
AL-Rafdain Engineering Journal (AREJ),
2010, Volume 18, Issue 5, Pages 1-10
AbstractThe types of corrosion protection on corrosion resistance of steel pipe samples buried in soil have been studied in this research. Samples of unprotected carbon steel are used with other protected by different corrosion protection such as galvanic coating, rubber coating and two types of cathodic protection (impressed current and sacrificial anodes). The weight loss technique is used as a function of the corrosion rate (mdd).
The results, which have been obtained, show that the corrosion rates in the unprotected samples are high compared with the corrosion protected samples, and the maximum corrosion resistance is found to be at the cathodic protection systems.
Key words: Corrosion protection, Samples of steel pipe, Buried in soil
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