Principles and work investigating various corrosion and scaling inhibitors for the production and process industries. The use of block-copolymers and hyperbranched oligomeric design in inhibitors is of a high interest. Also involved are a number of analytical and testing methods
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Results, interpretation, benefits and limits of using electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS). Results reveal CI protection/failure mechanisms under specific test conditions.
To address the need to predict scaling at conditions ranging from ambient to extreme, a thermodynamic model has been developed to represent the solubility of scaling minerals at temperatures up to 300 °C and pressures up to 1,700 atmospheres.
This paper describes the development of novel coating materials and methods and evaluation of their effectiveness in preventing iron sulfide scale.
Suitability and potential benefit of using hydrogeochemical modelling to monitor scaling and corrosion during geothermal exploration and production in the high-salinity geothermal area of the North German Basin was explored.