This paper deals with the main aspects of the calculation of current and potential distributions and summarizes some results obtained on different systems using a computer program based on the boundary-element method. Model results are compared to literature data for well-known geometries, and to experimental data obtained both in laboratory testing with a suitable cell and in field testing on offshore structures (in particular platform nodes). The good predictive capability of computer modeling is shown.

Application of the Boundary-Element Method to Offshore Cathodic Protection Modeling

PASTORE, Tommaso
1990-01-01

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This paper deals with the main aspects of the calculation of current and potential distributions and summarizes some results obtained on different systems using a computer program based on the boundary-element method. Model results are compared to literature data for well-known geometries, and to experimental data obtained both in laboratory testing with a suitable cell and in field testing on offshore structures (in particular platform nodes). The good predictive capability of computer modeling is shown.
Cicognani, P.; Gasparoni, Francesco; Mazza, Bruno; Pastore, Tommaso
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