Establishment of criteria for the pilot-scale evaluation of the performance of cooling water additives under field-specific operating conditions.
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For engineers and maintenance personnel who design, operate, and maintain large, multi–stage wastewater treatment plants (WWTP) Basics of corrosion of metals and degradation of non–metals, including concrete, and how to mitigate them. 3rd edition 2016 NACE E-Book
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Deposit weight density(DWD). Removing and measuring the deposits in boiler tubes. Data collected by several laboratories on boiler tube samples are compared and analyzed.
Information on equipment or in situ processes that are used to treat water - without the addition of chemicals - to produce a measurable useful effect. An example would be a change in the dissolved or suspended matter content of the water.
On-line monitoring of fouling, corrosion, and other parameters in recirculating cooling tower water systems. Fouling and corrosion rates. Predicting service life. Optimizing operation. Solutions.
Determining quality piping systems of inhabited, nonindustrial buildings and options for remediation. Identification. Severity assessment. Course of action. Implementation.
Ordering, cleaning, coating, inspecting, handling, transporting & installing steel reinforcing bars. Fusion-bonded epoxy powder coatings by electrostatic spray. For owners, architects, engineers & contractors.
Inspection of deaerator system welds. Boiler feedwater deaerator cracking. Design and fabrication of vessels and repair of existing vessels. Operational and water chemistry parameters.