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Analysis of new methods for the determination of the cathodic disbonding
behaviour of hull coatings

Conference Paper · September 2016

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Marina Delucchi Alessandro Benedetti
Università degli Studi di Genova Italian National Research Council
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Abstract

The work proposed here is devoted to the analysis of a new method for the determination of the
cathodic disbonding behaviour of hull coatings. The new procedure draws inspiration from the
following standards:

• BS EN 10289:2002, Determination of requirements of epoxy/epoxy modified coatings for the
corrosion protection of steel tubes and pipeline fittings of on/offshore pipelines
• EN ISO 15711:2004, Determination of the disbonding of epoxy coatings applied to metallic
substrates as ships or marine structures
• NACE TG-470:2014, Cathodic disbondment test for coated steel structures under cathodic
protection

The problems emerging by its application as testing procedure for coatings are here evidenced and
discussed as evidenced during 12 weeks of exposition. We think that this experimentation can
provide wider information about the phenomena occurring at the anodic and cathodic sides of the
cell.

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