Cathodic Protection of Steel in Hot Water by Alloys of Magnesium, Zinc, and Aluminium

The degree of cathodic protection of steel and the anode corrosion rate were determined when anodes and waters of different compositions were used at temperatures similar to those in domestic hot water tanks. Twenty different anode materials, sixteen of them magnesium-zinc-aluminium alloys, were immersed in six different synthetic waters resembling those to be found in various parts of Canada
Keywords: anode, cathodic protection, Dominion Magnesium, pH Aluminium Zinc Manganese, Roman numerals, Cathodes, Magnesium, Materials, Protection, steel, Steels, Water, Waters
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