Newsletter | July 28, 2005

7.28.05 — U.S. Power Industry Breaks Record For Electricity Demand
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Featured Article
Deoxygenation Of Make-Up Water Using Gas Transfer Membranes
Corrosion control in piping, boilers, and associated equipment is an important issue with power generation facilities. The presence of dissolved oxygen in process waters coming into contact with this equipment is one of the major sources of corrosion. In order to minimize this corrosion source, power generation plants remove virtually all dissolved oxygen in process water. This treated make-up water is commonly held in a large storage tank of sufficient capacity and design to handle variations in the power facility's needs. One major drawback to a vented storage tank is that it allows oxygen from the atmosphere to come into contact with deoxygenated water stored in the tank. Therefore water exiting the tank will show increased levels of dissolved oxygen as compared to that of the incoming water...

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