The effect of thermoelectricity for power station cathodic protection of pipelines from
V.S. Ezhov, doctor of engineering. Sciences, Professor, Department of HVAC;
N.E. Semicheva, PhD, associate Professor of HVAC;
A.P. Burtsev, 2nd year student of magistracy 13.04.01 «Heat Power engineering» Department of HVAC;
A.V. Brezhnev, 3rd year student of bachelor 08.03.01 «Construction» of the Department of HVAC;
K.M. Golubnichy, student of 2nd year undergraduate, Department of electric power engineering and electrical engineering;
M.S. Gerasimov, student of 2nd year undergraduate, Department of mechatronics and robotics
Southwest State University (SWSU)
Abstract. The work is devoted to the use of the effect of thermoelectricity for power supply of cathodic protection (shortcircuit) thermal networks, gas and oil pipelines from corrosion.
Key words: thermoelectricity, electricity, cathodic protection, corrosion, voltage, current, power, efficiency, autonomy, tubing.