Senior cathodic protection engineer working at Petroleum Pipelines Co., Egypt. I have a B.SC. of electrical power engineering from Banha university, Egypt. I am interested in being familiar with codes and standards related to my field. I like sharing my knowledge with other.
Recent Articles by Mahmoud Elmahdy
Electrical interference is a threat that accelerates corrosion in buried metallic structures such as pipelines, tanks and vessels. Interference sources include cathodic protection systems, DC traction, HVDC systems and welding machines.
In order to determine the adequacy of a cathodic protection system applied on a certain structure, its polarized potential has to be measured. Here, we discuss the practical techniques that can be used to measure the structure's polarized potential.
Learn about cathodic protection potential measurement, a method used to determine the adequacy of a cathodic protection system by comparing the measured potential with certain criteria.
All Articles by Mahmoud Elmahdy
- Corrosion and Electrical Interference in Buried Metallic Structures
- Practical Techniques for Cathodic Protection Potential Measurement
- An Overview of Cathodic Protection Potential Measurement
- Troubleshooting Cathodic Protection Systems and Function Systems
- Cathodic Protection of Earthed Tank Farms
- Human Error as a Factor in Corrosion Failure
- What Causes Stress Corrosion Cracking In Pipelines?
- The Basics of Cathodic Protection
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