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CATHODIC PROTECTION OF A DEEP SEA MOOR (AUTEC TOTO II).
NAVAL RESEARCH LAB WASHINGTON D C
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The report describes the design, assembly, and installation of a magnesium anode cathodic protection system on a three-point moor laid in 5400 feet of water on the Tongue of the Ocean on 26-30 May 1962. The theoretical considerations of cathodic protection of wire rope are discussed as well as the effect of coatings on the results. Author
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