Corrosion processes due to induced alternating currents (60 Hz)
Keywords:Induced corrosion, Alternating voltage, Cathodic protection, Electric interference, Induced voltage
The phenomenon by which a sinusoidal a.c. signal damages a steel in contact with an aggressive electrolite was determined. Thus, a series of electrochemical tests was carried out, when a signal of the previously mentioned characteristics is present in the metal-electrolite interphase, both with cathodic protection and without it. The results allowed to postulate an empirical relationship that determines the corrosive process kinetics exerted by the action of an alternating signal. The phenomenon by which the AC signal generates a corrosion state over a probe was determined from the physical point of view.
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Vera, E., Villarreal, J., & Panqueva, J. H. (1996). Corrosion processes due to induced alternating currents (60 Hz). Revista De Metalurgia, 32(5), 287–292. https://doi.org/10.3989/revmetalm.1996.v32.i5.892
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