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V&A U - Corrosion Can Be Measured
Video 1- Corrosion can be measured
V&A’s Jose Villalobos. PE and Matt Show, CP1 exhibit that corrosion is a measurable phenomenon. Measuring leads to determining how to better use municipal resources. “If we can measure, we can manage.” (Peter Drucker)
video 2 - Corrosion Between Steel and Copper
Measuring voltage between cooper and iron. There is a voltage difference between the 2 materials.
video 3 - Corrosion between Magnesium and Copper
Measuring the current and voltage of the corrosion cell. The circuit created has the same voltage as the sample battery. The current and voltage is increasing.
video 4 - Calculating Corrosion Rate based on Measurements
Now, they show how we use the measurements to determine how to maintain the pipe's integrity and thus, the infrastructure.