Who should attend
Individuals with extensive CP f ield experience, graduate level mathematics, and a strong technical background in cathodic protection.
- Describe the effects of stray current, AC voltage, and telluric currents on metallic structures
- Recognize coating types and curing mechanisms
- Detect stray current, AC interference, and telluric current
- Recognize deleterious effects of AC and DC interference
- Mitigate and monitor AC and DC interference
- Predict AC interference
There are no required prerequisites for this course.
- NACE CP Technologist Certification or equivalent training
- Basic Corrosion or Basic Corrosion eCourse
- 3 years’ exposure to CP field or design level work experience
- Thorough understanding of units conversions, scientific notation, advanced algebra, DC circuits with previous exposure to basic AC circuits, complex numbers, interference testing
End of course exam
A written exam is administered at the end of the course and is included as part of your course registration.