Standard: NACE 1E100
ENGINEERING SYMBOLS RELATED TO CATHODIC PROTECTION
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TG 429 was formed to revise the 2010 edition of NACE Publication 1E100, which provides engineering symbols related to CP that are commonly used in industry and disseminates this information for use by those who have a need for these symbols. To aid in accomplishing this task, a survey was distributed in 2010 to members of NACE STG 05, "Cathodic/Anodic Protection," and STG 35, "Pipelines, Tanks, and Well Casings." The survey asked respondents to submit symbols related to CP currently in use by their computer-aided drafting (CAD) personnel. The results of the survey were distributed to TG 429 committee members and were discussed at length at CORROSION 2011. The symbols included in this report are a result of the most common symbols used by the respondents and the decision of the TG 429 committee members.
This report presents a process of using symbols that provides a list of common standard symbols and how they might appear in normal practice
|Document Number:||nace 1e100|
|Change Type:||COMPLETE REVISION|
|Most Recent Revision:||YES|
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