TITLE

Botaş Ham Petrol Boru Hatlarının İncelenmesi ve Rehabilitasyonu için Sistem Önerisi

AUTHOR(S)
Işik, Hilmi
PUB. DATE
September 2008
SOURCE
International Journal of InformaticsTechnologies;2008, Vol. 1 Issue 3, p27
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The most effective method in the protection of metallic structures ( bridge, viaduct, industrial transportation lines…) especially transport and distribution systems ( water distributing network, natural gas network, petrol transportation, water transportation, gas transportation…) from corrosion is external current sourced cathodic protection. The faults that occur in the basic components of external current sourced cathodic protection systems (Trafo-Rectifier, anode and anode channel) cannot be known or even if they can be known, this fault cannot be improved in time because of the reasons such as transportation and cost. In the researches made in the raw petrol transportation pipe lines of BOTAS (Pipe Lines and Petrol Transportation A.Ş.), it has been seen that there are faults in many TR units and these cannot be improved. It is certain that these will cause important accidents with loss of property and life, not today, but in the future. Such reasons as pipe lines spreading in a wide area (Figure 1) , climate conditions, lack of staff and device can be listed as the reasons of their not been able to be improved. In this work, BOTAS pipe lines have been examined and solutions for deficiencies seen have been suggested.
ACCESSION #
36621236

 

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