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Literature Survey on Corrosion of Underground Metallic Structures induced by Alternating Currents

Literature Survey on Corrosion of Underground Metallic Structures induced by Alternating Currents



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Arnhem, October 2001
A few words about ECI
The European Copper Institute (“ECI”) was established in January 1996 on behalf of the world's largest cop-per producers and Europe’s leading fabricators, to promote the benefits that copper can provide tomodern society. ECI is a joint venture between ICA (International Copper Association) and IWCC’s(International Wrought Copper Council) contributing members.Its Brussels headquarters are supported by a network of eleven local Copper Development Associations inBenelux, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Poland, Russia, Scandinavia, Spain and the UK.ECI is committed to promoting copper’s markets and applications across the Building Construction andElectric & Electronic markets. ECI promotes modern solutions, for example in the areas of energy effi-ciency, residential safety and convenience, telecommunications and safe distribution systems for waterand gas.
ECI’s Mission
ECI is an industry partnership committed to the expansion and support of copper’s end-use markets inEurope.ECI sets the strategy, arranges funding for, and implements market promotion initiatives undertaken ona collective industry basis at European and national level.It will sustain a European infrastructure for the effective implementation of its promotional plan.ECI will undertake to strengthen public awareness of copper’s value to society and its role in the environ-ment, based on scientific research.
This project was realised through support of the International Copper Association, www.copperinfo.com.Picture courtesy of Carlo Colombo S.p.A. (Italy)
Literature surveyon corrosion of underground metallic structuresinduced by alternating currents
Arnhem, October 2001
Authors H.C. Koerts and J.M. WetzerKEMA T&D PowerBy order of the European Copper Institute

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