Corrosion and Scaling problems with process Cooling Water

Agarwal, Lalit Mohan (1971) Corrosion and Scaling problems with process Cooling Water. In: Proceedings of Short Course on "Corrosion Control in Water and Waste Water Engineering", Feb. 24th-27th, 1971, NML, Jamshedpur.



Water is the most abundant of our natural resources. Without it, life would perish. Without it, many industrial processes cannot function. some of its important uses are in Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, Diesel Genenating Sets, Air Compressors, Power Plant Condensers, Chemical Plants, Heat Exchangers, Furnaces, Steel Plants, etc. In effect, today the process cooling water in any modern Industry, is as essential as the raw material.

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