IMPACT OF DIFFERENT MATERIALS ELECTRODES IN EARTH GROUNDING SYSTEMS
Abstract: This paper presents results from experimental research work involving the improvement and also the different characteristics of grounding grids implemented with different materials. A comparison test is made between copper and steel grids in order to observe their performances. The results can be extended to other materials knowing their properties in regard with the two materials presented.
Key words: grounding, grounding electrodes, grounding electrode materials, cathodic protection, grounding grid.
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