Non-Linear Polarisation Curves in BEM Software PROCOR
This paper describes the first development achieved on software PROCOR in order to perform cathodic protection analyses. PROCOR is based on the Boundary Element Method and can take into account non-standard boundary conditions representing polarisation curves. The mathematical background is first presented, then new features included in the software are described and finally a very simple example shows what results can be expected.
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