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Oxygen Corrosion

Oxygen Corrosion

Oxygen Corrosion

Anyone who has data (e.g. corrosion rates) on oxygen corrosion due to high dissolved oxygen in boiler feed water?

RE: Oxygen Corrosion

EPRI document 1017482 may be useful. Otherwise find someone that has both a DO analyzer and corrosion product monitor.

RE: Oxygen Corrosion

Thank you, MFJewell and metengr. Do you know any other references from API, NACE or ASME regarding this? I cannot see any established corrosion rates as functions of temperature, DO, pressure and velocity.

RE: Oxygen Corrosion

EPRI is where these experts would publish paper since it is power generation focused.

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P.E. Metallurgy, Plymouth Tube

RE: Oxygen Corrosion

I Andijani, S Turgoose, Prediction of oxygen induced corrosion in industrial waters, Water Science and Technology, Vol 49, (2), 2004, pp 115-120.

Steve Jones
Corrosion Management Consultant


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