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Scale effects and verification of modelling of ship cathodic protection systems, V.G. DeGiorgi, E.D. Thomas and K.E. Lucas. Engng. Anal. Boundary Elements, July 1998, 22(1), 41--49.

The use is reported of boundary element techniques to evaluate the impressed-current cathodic protection system designed for a US Navy carrier. The boundary element model and experimental process are described together with graphical and tabulated data. Detailed comparisons of computational and experimental results show good agreement. 18 refs.

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