Results from studies on corrosion measurement in low conductive, sulfolane-based solutions are presented in this paper. Sulfolane is commonly used in petrochemical processes for extraction of aromatic compounds including benzene, toluene or xylenes.
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The use and benefits of the EN instrumentation, in combination with process chemistry analyses, were employed to monitor operating conditions in a full-scale Coke Oven Gas (COG) desulfurization process in which the corrosion rate changed with time.
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 Historical Document 1989
This NACE Standard describes a variety of devices used for on-line monitoring of fouling, corrosion, and other parameters in recirculating cooling tower water systems.
Devices used for on-line monitoring of fouling, corrosion, and other parameters in recirculating cooling tower water systems. Methods for collecting test data to determine fouling and corrosion rates. Historical Document 2002
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.