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  • Principles of Corrosion Engineering and Corrosion Control
    Principles of Corrosion Engineering and Corrosion Control. Highly illustrated, with worked examples and definitions, this one-stop guide covers basic corrosion principles, and more advanced information for postgraduate students and professionals.
  • Corrosion Control
    Heat removal is one of the most important functions of a metalworking fluid. Effective heat removal yields good tool life and dimensional accuracy of parts. Water has greater capacity for removing heat than oil. However, water alone in contact with freshly machined metal leads to corrosion. Thus
  • Phosphate Corrosion Control in Drinking Water
    Corrosion occurs because metals tend to oxidize when they come in contact with oxygenated water, resulting in the formation of stable metal oxides. Corrosion in water distribution systems can impact consumers' health, costs, and the aesthetics of finished water. Older systems may include lead based
  • Advanced Membrane Degassing Technology for Radiation Source Term Reduction and Corrosion Control in Nuclear Power Plants
    Dissolved gas control in a nuclear power plant's water system, including the primary make-up water storage tank and refueling water storage tank, can be essential to reduce radiation source term (defined as a release of radioactive material).
  • Controlling corrosion, particles in metal etch-and-strip cluster tool systems
    , on metal etch systems, clusters lessen the risk of corrosion from residual chlorine, since wafers are moved between etch and strip processes under continuous vacuum without exposure to moisture in ambient air. To obtain all the benefits of integrated serial processing, additional burdens are placed
  • Electrical Conduit Corrosion
    When maintaining or designing electrical systems, one must consider the possibility that corrosion will occur and cause irreparable damage to the electrical equipment. Electrical devices are sometimes located where corrosive media such as dirt, water, salt, acid, caustic or other corrosive media
  • Case Study 6.1: Crude oil transfer metering skid, remove grease, grime, paint and corrosion from control equipment
    Coating/Contaminant: Crude oil transfer metering skid, remove grease, grime, paint and corrosion from control equipment; Substrate: Stainless steel, iron pipe, I beams, brass, galvanize
  • Optical Dissolved Oxygen with ISM (R) - Minimizing Corrosion in Power Plants
    Dissolved oxygen (DO) control is widely. used in power plant cycle chemistry. treatment to minimize corrosion in. boilers, turbines, and piping. Efficient DO. control relies on obtaining fast, accurate. measurements from on-line sensors. DO. probes based on optical technology and. with ISM

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