To modify an original construction.
Silverized. A type of lead with high silver content which is used as an
impressed current anode.
Structure-to-Electrolyte Potential. (Also structure-to-soil potential or
pipe-to-soil potential) The voltage difference between a buried metallic
structure and the electrolyte which surrounds it as measured with respect to a
reference electrode in contact with the electrolyte.
Sulphate. An ion containing one sulfur atom and four oxygen atoms.
chemical compound containing sulfate ions.
A type of electrical insulating material.
Thermocouple. A combination of two metals which produce a potential
difference between them, which is proportional to temperature.
Capable of generating electric current directly from heat.
Thermo-Welding. A technique which is used to join metals wherein an
exothermic chemical reaction produces molten metal.
Wye. A method of connection of three-phase electrical circuits where all
three phases are connected to a single point.
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