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This paper will focus on design parameters required for cathodic protection (CP) of stainless steel screens with particular attention on design and operational current density values and suitable protection criteria. The detrimental effects of overprotection will also be discussed.
This paper describes the range of copper alloys in marine service today and the evolution of applications which include ships' cannon and hull sheathing in 18th and 19th century and condenser and seawater piping requirements which spurred concentrated investigations in the 20th century.
Acceptable “industry standard” for dissolving a silicate deposit is hydrofluoric acid. Here, we introduce a safer, more environmentallyfriendly el method for dissolving silicate scales and present a case study for its application in industry.
In this paper the performance of a variety of biopolymers and synthetic polymers as calcium phosphate inhibitors is evaluated under a variety of cooling system impurities. For comparison various commercially available phosphonates were also investigated.
Gypsum scale formation takes place directly on the surface of heat exchanger without bulk or spontaneous precipitation in the reaction cell. Polymeric and non-polymeric inhibitors have been examined for their effects on the rate of scale formation.