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Modelling of Cathodic Protection Systems
Damages appear on a hull of a vessel during its lifetime. In many cases the correct position of these damages are completely unknown. Its knowledge is important from mainly two points of view. Cathodic protection of the vessel. A corroded hull would be economically inefficient (current and fuel consumption) apart from being potentially dangerous since it is a hot point for crack corrosion . Noisiness of the vessel. Damages will increase the current flux from the anode to the cathode (damageddoi:10.2495/1-85312-889-9/07 fatcat:hw34fpx2czazdcun3tqtj2vl4y