PRCI WEBINAR (RECORDING): Assessing High Voltage DC Interference Risks on Buried Pipelines

Tue, January 21, 2020

Click here to view the webinar recording. Webinar runtime: 54 minutes
 
Join the PRCI Corrosion Technical Committee as they present research that investigated the interference risks of high voltage DC power systems on buried pipelines. 
 
The research included the application of advanced computational modeling to determine the magnitude of DC stray current corrosion based on various parameters, including; operations conditions of the HVDC system; the pipeline properties; the cathodic protection settings; and the soil conditions. Three industrial cases were completed using the modeling, with one case being validated with field data.
 
During the session attendees will: 
Receive an overview of the literature study that was completed to better understand the safety and condition threats associated with HVDC systems on buried pipelines
Gain an understanding of the various types and configurations of HVDC systems and which types impact buried pipelines
Be presented with a real-world case study that includes field data validations
Be given suggested guidelines for operators to use to assess and mitigate risks upfront and opportunities for cost-savings
 
 
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