The design engineer no longer relies on the cathodic protection engineer as half‐back to provide a cure for his corrosion problems. He must ensure their prevention from the outset. However, since he is now brought in at the design stage, the cathodic protection engineer must be capable of assessing the final prevailing conditions and requirements and assessing the economic advantages of protection. This brief historical summary, as well as stating the position of the cathodic protection engineer, outlines the inherent problems of the subject.
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