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DNVGL-RP-0416

Corrosion protection for wind turbines

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Organization: DNVGL
Publication Date: 1 March 2016
Status: active
Page Count: 31
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Objectives

The objectives of this recommended practice are to:

provide an internationally acceptable level of safety by defining minimum requirements for corrosion protection systems (in combination with referenced standards, recommended practices, guidelines, etc.)

serve as a reference document between suppliers and purchasers related to design, construction, installation and in-service inspection - serve as a guideline for designers, suppliers, purchasers and regulators

specify procedures and requirements for corrosion protection systems

serve as a basis for verification of corrosion protection systems scope and application.

The recommended practice is applicable to all types of wind turbines.

The recommended practice is applicable to the design of complete structures, including towers, substructures and foundations, but excluding wind turbine components such as nacelles and rotors.

This recommended practice gives recommendations for the following: Corrosion control including

corrosion allowance,

cathodic protection (CP), orrosion protective coatings and

use of corrosion resistant materials.

 

Document History

DNVGL-RP-0416
March 1, 2016
Corrosion protection for wind turbines
Objectives The objectives of this recommended practice are to: provide an internationally acceptable level of safety by defining minimum requirements for corrosion protection systems (in...

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