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RP0189-1989, On-Line Monitoring of Cooling Waters

Technologies for on-line monitoring of cooling water systems on a short-term basis (minutes to hours) to provide output to deal with changing conditions in real time. Corrosion rates & changes in heat transfer coefficients with precision and accuracy. Historical Document 1989

Product Number: 53070-HD1989
Author: NACE International
Publication Date: 1989
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1. 1 The purpose of this standard is to consider technologies applicable to the on-line monitoring of cooling water systems. The standard focuses on those technologies that provide data on a short-term basis (minutes to hours) and provide output in a form that may be used by the operator to deal with changing conditions in real time.  1.2 For the purpose of this standard, an on-line monitor for a cooling water system is defined as a device or combination of devices that measures corrosion rates and determines changes in heat transfer coefficients (fouling factors) by measuring pertinent parameters under steady state conditions that simulate critical conditions in an operating heat exchanger in a reliable and objective manner and with acceptable precision and accuracy. (Nomenclature and abbreviations used in this standard are defined in the Appendix.)

 Historical Document 1989

1. 1 The purpose of this standard is to consider technologies applicable to the on-line monitoring of cooling water systems. The standard focuses on those technologies that provide data on a short-term basis (minutes to hours) and provide output in a form that may be used by the operator to deal with changing conditions in real time.  1.2 For the purpose of this standard, an on-line monitor for a cooling water system is defined as a device or combination of devices that measures corrosion rates and determines changes in heat transfer coefficients (fouling factors) by measuring pertinent parameters under steady state conditions that simulate critical conditions in an operating heat exchanger in a reliable and objective manner and with acceptable precision and accuracy. (Nomenclature and abbreviations used in this standard are defined in the Appendix.)

 Historical Document 1989