Organization

Focus

Format, Location, Length

Topics Covered

Appalachian Underground Corrosion (continued)

Pipeline (intermediate)

 

Corrosion cells in action

Installation of galvanic anodes

Installation of impressed current cathodic protection systems

Criteria for cathodic protection

Corrosion control for pipelines

Impressed current interface testing

Troubleshooting in cathodic protection systems

Rectifier maintenance

 

Pipeline (advanced)

 

Pipe-to-soil and surface potential analysis

Materials for cathodic protection

Evaluation of aboveground coating assessment techniques

Stray current analysis

Design of impressed current galvanic protection

Design of galvanic cathodic protection

Introduction to microbial protection

 

Coatings

 

Introduction

Surface preparation

Generic types of coatings: Pipelines, exterior and interior

Coatings instrumentation

Pipeline pigging

Coating failure causes

Tank linings

Hands-on field coatings demonstration

 

Water and wastewater

 

Underground corrosion in water and wastewater

Water quality issues for internal corrosion

Evaluating existing ductile iron pipe

Corrosion protection by coatings in water and wastewater

Corrosion control methods that extend life of existing pipeline

Economics of cathodic protection

External corrosion comparison: Steel and ductile iron pipe

Corrosion control monitoring for water systems

Facilities

Protecting existing prestressed concrete cylinder pipe

Instrumentation and measurement



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