Simulation as an aid to CP System Design and Interference Predictions
Corrosion of metallic structures arises when an electric current flows from
the metal into the electrolyte. The potential difference across the
metal-electrolyte interface, the driving force for the corrosion current, can
emerge due to a variety of non-homogeneous conditions on either side of the
interface such as temperature, pH, humidity, ... and much more!!
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