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Name: Rebecca
Status: Student
Age: 8
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Date: 2001


Question:
I am doing a project on Cathodic Protection of steel used in offshore oil and gas platforms. I am looking for source of basic information of how this process works. I would like to look at additional ways of protecting metals at the water line that cannot be painted or adequately protected by the use of anodes.



Replies:
You can find a rather detailed discussion of "cathodic protection" and related links on the website:

http://www.corrosionsource.com/learningcenter/cathodic.htm

Uhm? I don't think there are any ways of protection against, or by, CATHOLICS using standard engineering principles: Re: NEWTON BBS Catholics Protection Engineering.

Vince Calder



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