Corrosion and anti corrosives, Water purification
During the construction of a chemical processing plant, a polyphosphate product was selected for use as a corrosion inhibitor in the open recirculating cooling tower system. After several months of operation, problems in the system made evident the fact that polyphosphate as a corrosion inhibitor was not acceptable. An organic corrosion inhibitor was substituted for the phosphate, resulting in improved corrosion protection and the elimination of phosphate fouling.
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Clausen, Chris A.
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College of Natural Sciences
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Corrosion and anti corrosives, Water -- Purification
Everson, Lawrence P., "Evolution of a Cooling Water Treatment Program at a Chemical Processing Plant" (1980). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 481.
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