CP Design for Buried Pipelines
March 13, 2019 - March 14, 2019
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
This training has passed.
The Cathodic Protection (CP) Design for Buried Pipelines course is offered as a 1.5-day course that covers corrosion principles and CP concepts as they apply to buried pipelines. Course topics include factors that influence CP design, CP design approach, CP design principles, CP system and materials, and CP design examples. This course utilizes a combination of theory and practical information and is designed to provide in depth coverage in the principles and concepts of pipeline CP design. The course will provide design calculations and examples. Students are expected to have a basic knowledge of corrosion on buried structures and CP application and concepts (please see our CP Concepts and Design Principles course for basic knowledge of CP).
Who Should Attend?
Engineers, consultants, pipeline operators
Factors Influencing Pipeline Cathodic Protection Design
CP Design Approach
Cathodic Protection Systems and Materials
- Pipeline CP Design Factors and Calculations
- Coating Conductance Calculations
- Total Current Determination
- Total Resistance Determination
- Choice of Sacrificial or Impressed Current System
- Basic Design Procedure for Sacrificial Anode Systems
- Basic Design Procedure for Impressed Current Systems
- Deep Well Anode Ground Bed Design
- Pipeline Current Attenuation
- Voltage and Rectifier Determination
Pipeline CP Design Examples
David A. Willoughby, RK&K Director, Energy & Corrosion (ret)
Mr. Willoughby has 40 years of experience in engineering, pipeline design, corrosion control, and management in the petroleum and utilities pipeline industry. His experience includes gas transmission and distribution systems, petroleum facilities, and water/sewer pipelines from conception through design, construction and testing, economic evaluation, and project field supervision. Mr. Willoughby has been responsible for the design, permitting, inspection, and construction administration of numerous horizontal directional drills (HDD) on pipeline projects. Mr. Willoughby is author of several articles and two books published by McGraw-Hill; Plastic Piping Handbook, 2002 and Horizontal Directional Drilling, 2005.
Mr. Willoughby provides HDD training to the pipeline and utility industries. He has presented HDD training to the engineering workshop at the N.C. Utilities Commission Office of Pipeline Safety Conference, Southern Gas Association Annual Conference and teaches several HDD programs a year for a broad list of clients such as Equitable Resources, Dominion Energy, FERC, National Gas Company of Trinidad, Public Service of NC, Exxon Pipeline, Shell Oil, Atlanta Gas and Light, Dominion Transmission, Columbia Gas Transmission, Colonial Pipeline, Questar Gas Company, Kansas Gas Services, HT Engineering, etc. Mr. Willoughby’s HDD training is used to provide Professional Development Hours (PDU) for professional engineers in many states, including Texas.
Venue Phone: 713-871-9911
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Treat clients or your significant other to an exceptional Houston Galleria area hotel stay and explore nearby attractions, including Reliant Park, downtown Houston, Texas Medical Center and George R. Brown Convention Center. Minute Maid Park, Toyota Center, Rice University, Memorial Park, the Houston Arboretum, Museum District and Hermann Park are also nearby.
Included in Every Stay
- Hampton’s free hot breakfast
- Clean and fresh Hampton bed®
- Free WiFi throughout the hotel
- Gym/fitness center use