Sacrificial Anode Cathodic - 3 PDH
This course will provide you with an introduction to the methods, equipment and practices for design and operation of sacrificial anode cathodic protection systems.
2. SACRIFICIAL ANODE CATHODIC PROTECTION SYSTEM DESIGN PROCEDURES
3. DETERMINATION OF CURRENT REQUIRED FOR PROTECTION
4. DETERMINATION OF ANODE OUTPUT
5. DETERMINATION OF NUMBER OF ANODES REQUIRED
6. DETERMINATION OF ANODE LIFE
7. SEASONAL VARIATION IN ANODE OUTPUT
8. SACRIFICIAL ANODE MATERIALS
9. OTHER SYSTEM COMPONENTS
Upon completion of this course you will:
Learn about the advantages and disadvantages of sacrificial anode systems;
Learn about the soil conditions where sacrificial anodes are most effective;
Learn about the metals applicable for anode material;
Find out how sacrificial anode systems differ from impressed current systems;
Learn where magnesium anodes are most effectively employed;
Learn about relatively recent uses for aluminum anodes; and
Learn about operational and maintenance considerations for sacrificial anode systems.
This course is intended for civil engineers, structural engineers, mechanical engineers, electrical engineers and other design and construction professionals wanting an introduction to the principles of sacrificial anode cathodic protection systems.
Benefit for Attendee
This course will give professional engineers and others an introduction to the principles and practices that are the basis of corrosion protection systems employing sacrificial or galvanic anodes.
This is an introduction to cathodic protection for galvanic and sacrificial anode systems.
This course will give you an introduction to principles of design and maintenance of sacrificial anode cathodic protection systems...