By Walter von Baeckmann, Wilhelm Schwenk, Werner Prinz
This English translation of the 3rd, revised variation of this textbook, released in 1989 by means of VCH Verlagsgesellschaft mbH, Weinheim, Germany, includes 24 contributions addressing either theoretical and functional facets of cathodic defense. It updates fiscal concerns in mild of extra stringent rules and criteria and examines the newest advancements in electrochemical defense know-how. New to this variation are concepts for measuring capability and information review through machine. New chapters handle the matter of excessive voltage and the cathodic safety of metal reinforcement in concrete. Annotation c. through publication information, Inc., Portland, Or.
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The Berlin City electrical engineer M. Kallmann reported in 1899 on a system for controlling stray currents of electric railways . 5 V with the rails positive. Extensive research was undertaken on reducing the risk of stray current in the soil by metallic connections from pipes to rails. However, as one writer noted, "a procedure on these lines should definitely be discouraged as it carries the seed of its own destruction" . The Journal fur Gasbeleuchtung mentions electrolytic corrosion damage caused by direct current cables in Berlin in 1892, and a few years later damage by tramway currents was reported in 14 German towns.
V. ) contained the first written description of corrosion. Plato defined rust as the earthy component separating out of the metal. Georgius Agricola held to the same opinion some 2000 years later in his great mineralogical work De natura fossilium: "Iron rust (lat. ferrugo or rubigo) is, so to speak, a secretion of metallic iron. " Gaius Secundus Pliny also mentioned bitumen, pitch, white lead, and gypsum as protecting iron and bronze against corrosion. He reported that Alexander the Great had constructed a pontoon bridge at Zeugmar on the Euphrates with the aid of an iron chain.
Todt, Korrosion und Korrosionsschutz, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin 1961. R. Evans, Einfiihrung in die Korrosion der Metalle. Historischer Uberblick, S. 251, Verlag Chemie, Weinheim 1965. R. Johannsen, Geschichte des Eisens, 2. , Verlag-Stahleisen, Diisseldorf 1935. G. Seelmeyer, Wichtige Daten aus der Geschichte der Korrosion bis 1900 in F. Todt . Geschichte des Lackes, Dtsch. Farben-Z. 10, 251 (1956). P. Baur, Farbe u. Lack 69, 3 (1963). A. Walter, Die geschichtliche Entwicklung der rheinischen Mineralfarbenindustrie.