Impressed current cathodic protection of solar hot water tanks
Gjerde, Oddbjorn (2014) Impressed current cathodic protection of solar hot water tanks. Other thesis, Murdoch University.
“This project is concerned with investigating the use of impressed current cathodic protection (ICCP) to protect domestic tanks. ICCP is a technique used in large industrial installations, such as those in the mining and oil and gas industries, and uses an electrical potential to impede the electrochemical reaction that leads to corrosion. Given a continuous source of electrical energy this approach operates indefinitely, without any maintenance.” (Lee, 2014) This document provides guidelines as to what must be done and where to look for answers as well as delivering suggestions to the design.
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