Role of Iron in the Inhibition of Corrosion of Marine Heat Exchangers - A Review
DEFENCE STANDARDS LABS MARIBYRNONG (AUSTRALIA)
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The review traces the history of the role of iron corrosion products as a corrosion inhibitor with particular reference to a the presence of iron corrosion products in the cooling water derived from either sacrificial galvanic iron protector blocks or by injection of ferrous sulphate into the system b iron corrosion products provided from iron incorporated as an alloying element in the tube or tube plate material, considering in particular copper-zinc, copper-nickel and aluminium-bronze alloys.
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