1 views

Uploaded by amrinder

q 13

save

- erwere
- jbptppolban-gdl-casmaolana-5009-1-daftar--3
- Cabrera_Mapeando Los Estudios Visuales
- Celebracion de religion.docx
- Format Surat Pernyataan Sanggup Membuat Npwp
- agroindustria helados.docx
- Testimonio de curación-HN.pdf
- ABB - Eficiencia de Motores Electricos - 4 pp.pdf
- 5. BAB III
- 253370783-woc-HPP(1).docx
- BAB 1 Kewirausahaan
- Atividade Com o Gênero Carta
- EL HABEA CORPUS Y LOS DERECHOS HUMANOS.pdf
- Conhecendo_TSQL
- 320657161-Uraian-Tugas-Dr-spesialis.docx
- como-aprenden-los-ninios.pdf
- prelabo
- Scribd Mecanica de Fluidos
- 2. Malayan Insurance vs. Cruz Arnaldo
- Makalah-Jaminan-Perorangan.docx
- 2TS12555 - Copy.pdf
- ordonanta_nr_13_2011 (1).pdf
- Un Hombre y Una Mujer
- caratula emprendimiento
- Specification Outoatient Deoartment Waitino Area 0
- Flujos de caja.pdf
- Yang Jadi Ikut 14.53
- Mora
- Lo Guarracino
- DSP_for_MATLAB_and_LabVIEW.pdf
- Energydigital_01_2016
- readme.txt
- p (55).pdf
- 2_Part_1
- LESSON-1.pdf
- is.15679.2006.pdf
- p (8).pdf
- 1_Part_1
- p (23)
- No Times Daily Planner Half Size
- LESSON-26
- Article Vibraiton Basics
- q 50
- LESSON-25
- 3_Part_1
- q 5.pdf
- q 8
- q 5
- q 14
- q 10
- q 51
- q 6
- q 11
- q 2
- q 9
- q 12
- q 4
- q 7
- q 3

You are on page 1of 1

Fig. 1200-4 Typical Attenuation Curves — Single Drain Point

**assumed to be an infinite line in both directions. The attenuation curves for drain
**

points 1 and 2 are shown as dashed curves. These correspond to the infinite line

curve in Figure 1200-4.

The potential change at any point between the two drain points equals the sum of

the potential changes produced by the individual current drains (the upper solid

curve in Figure 1200-5). Since the currents caused by the two current drains flow in

opposite directions the resultant current at any point between the two drain points

equals the difference in the currents attributable to the two current drains.

At midpoint P, the two currents are equal and opposite, and the resultant current is

zero. Since there is no resultant current flow in the line at this point, the current and

potential distribution will not be disturbed if the line is cut at this point and an insu-

lating flange inserted. It follows that the resultant current and voltage distribution

between a drain point and the electrical midpoint between two drain points is the

same as for a finite line of the same length. This can be seen by comparing the

curves in Figures 1200-4 and 1200-5.

Attenuation Equations

Attenuation equations express the relationship between current and potential along a

uniform pipeline when current is drained from a single point. These equations apply

specifically to coated lines. They assume that the pipe is of uniform section and

Chevron Corporation 1200-13 August 1999

- Energydigital_01_2016Uploaded byamrinder
- readme.txtUploaded byamrinder
- p (55).pdfUploaded byamrinder
- 2_Part_1Uploaded byamrinder
- LESSON-1.pdfUploaded byamrinder
- is.15679.2006.pdfUploaded byamrinder
- p (8).pdfUploaded byamrinder
- 1_Part_1Uploaded byamrinder
- p (23)Uploaded byamrinder
- No Times Daily Planner Half SizeUploaded byamrinder
- LESSON-26Uploaded byamrinder
- Article Vibraiton BasicsUploaded byamrinder
- q 50Uploaded byamrinder
- LESSON-25Uploaded byamrinder
- 3_Part_1Uploaded byamrinder
- q 5.pdfUploaded byamrinder
- q 8Uploaded byamrinder
- q 5Uploaded byamrinder
- q 14Uploaded byamrinder
- q 10Uploaded byamrinder
- q 51Uploaded byamrinder
- q 6Uploaded byamrinder
- q 11Uploaded byamrinder
- q 2Uploaded byamrinder
- q 9Uploaded byamrinder
- q 12Uploaded byamrinder
- q 4Uploaded byamrinder
- q 7Uploaded byamrinder
- q 3Uploaded byamrinder